30-000933

Gerber Freescape Lanterns

Gerber Freescape Lanterns

Description

The Gerber Freescape Lanterns are a bright and reliable light source for camping applications.

Features

  • IPX4 water resistant
  • Longer touch on the ring dims the light
  • Power kill switch to keep it off when stowed away
List Price
$66.66
Your Price
$43.50
In Stock

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The Freescape™ collection of products are designed to make life in the Outdoors more fun. The Small Lantern brings camp lighting to the next level. With a capacitive touch ring around the light, a light tap turns it on or off. A longer touch on the ring dims the light for those times when you don't need full output. Or, touch and hold the ring and make it feel like daylight in your tent with an estimated 80 lumens of output. An easy to use, spring loaded handle clip makes it easy to hand from a tent or the rope you shimmied up the tree to hand. Powered by 3 AA Batteries, the Smal Lantern emits light out the frosted side lens, but also through the bottom of the light to maximize effectiveness when hanging. To ensure that the batteries last as long as possible, in addition to the infinitely adjustable dimming feature, there is also a power kill switch to keep it off when stowed away withthe rest of your gear. The IPX4 water resistance makes sure that even if it is left out overnight in the rain, the Small Lantern is going to keep shining bright.

Features:

  • On/off power switch
  • Capacitive touch output band: tap on/off
  • Spring-loaded handle clip
  • Grippy rubber footings
  • ABS Plastic Body with TPE overmolds
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Gerber Freescape Lanterns 30-000933 Freescape lantern, small
$43.50
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Gerber Freescape Lanterns 30-000932 Freescape lantern, large
$60.90
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