Luci Lights by MPowerd Pro Lux Solar Light + Mobile Charger

Luci Lights by MPowerd Pro Lux Solar Light + Mobile Charger
Luci Lights by MPowerd Pro Lux Solar Light + Mobile Charger
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Pro Lux Solar Light + Mobile Charger by Luci Lights by MPowerd
Light up camp with the elegant glow of the Luci Lux Solar Light + Mobile Charger. Charge it via USB in as little as two hours, or utilize direct sunlight for a full charge in 14 hours. The warm, natural glow of the LED bulbs provides a functional ambience, while the four modes allow you to adapt the light to your needs.Not only does the lantern serve to brighten up your outdoor environment, but it also works as a charger to top off your smartphone's battery. In about two to three hours the lantern can power up most smartphones 30-50%, keeping you connected when you need it.

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SKU: LCU000A
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