UGC-482-BX

Bracketron USB Charging Lantern

Bracketron USB Charging Lantern

Description

The Bracketron USB Charging Lantern is a compact, high output LED lantern and flashlight.

Features

  • High-capacity 7800mAh rechargeable back-up battery offers 48 hours of flashlight or lantern illumination
  • USB to Micro USB charging cable included
  • High-impact fireproof housing and portable design
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$79.95
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$48.59
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The SmartLantern is the perfect lighting and charging solution for outdoor recreational use or for in-car & home emergency preparedness kits.
The product features a rechargeable, compact high-output LED lantern & flashlight. Lantern globe slides down easily for flashlight use for more focused lighting. Built-in 1A USB port supports a fast charging solution anywhere, anytime for mobile devices, including smartphones and MP3 players.

Features:

  • High-capacity 7800mAh rechargeable back-up battery offers 48 hours of flashlight or lantern illumination or up to five full charges to your mobile device
  • High-impact fireproof housing and portable design to go with you anywhere
  • 1.0A USB port fully charges most mobile phones within 2-3 hours and can hold a charge for up to one year
  • USB to Micro USB charging cable included
  • One (1) Year Limited Warranty



The SmartLantern is the perfect 2-in-1 solution for great outdoors or in-car & home emergency use.
The lantern features eight high-power LED lights, as well as charging capacity for your mobile device to help you stay connected. Perfect for use with smartphones, GPS units and MP3 players. The high-impact, fireproof housing is designed to stand up to the elements and includes a drawstring bag when not in use.

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Bracketron USB Charging Lantern UGC-482-BX USB charging lantern
$48.59
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