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Nite Ize Radiant 300 Rechargeable Lantern

Nite Ize Radiant 300 Rechargeable Lantern
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Radiant® 300 Rechargeable Lantern

Who knew that something as simple as a lantern could harness such impressive technologies? This ultra-bright compact lantern is not only rechargeable, but has the power to charge other small devices like phones and cameras as well.

The Radiant 300 Lumen Rechargeable Lantern is unchallenged for its features, compact size, and unbeatable value. It is equipped with both white and red LED modes, a first-of-its-kind carabiner-style handle, and can be recharged or used to charge other small devices.

Unchallenged for its features, compact size, and unbeatable value, the Radiant 300 Rechargeable Lantern and the technology harnessed within it is impressive to say the least. Its ultra-lightweight, durable, compact design features a first-of its kind carabiner handle to easily clip carry, or hang, but the charging technology is where it really shines. The base of the lantern has two integrated USB ports - one input for re-charging the lantern in just 3.5 hours, and one output for charging other small devices such as a smartphone or camera. At 300 Lumens, the intelligent switch is used to activate high, medium, and low white LED modes or a red LED mode to preserve night vision. A micro USB cord and a protective carrying bag that doubles as a light diffuser are conveniently included.

Features:
  • 300 Lumens
  • Rechargeable
  • White and red LEDs
  • Multi-mode switch for high, medium, and low white LED modes, and a red LED mode
  • Weather resistant
  • Impact resistant (drop proof to 1M)
  • Optical diffuser for uniform beam pattern
  • Integrated carabiner handle to clip, carry, or hang
  • Micro USB input port for charging lantern, USB output port for charging other small devices
  • Included USB cable and dual-purpose carry and light diffusing bag
  • Recharges in approximately 3.5 hours
  • 2600 mAh rechargeable battery
  • Battery indicator light turns red when battery life has 2 hours remaining on high
  • Dimensions: 3.86" Dia. x 7.92" (98mm Dia. x 201mm)
  • Weight: 11.6oz (329g)
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