R400L-09-R8

Nite Ize Radiant 400 Lantern

Nite Ize Radiant 400 Lantern
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Radiant® 400 Lantern

Whether the power has gone out in your home, or nighttime is falling on your campsite, nothing brings comfort like the bright glow of 400 Lumens from the Radiant 400 Lantern.

The Radiant 400 Lantern has three adjustable levels of intensity maxing out at 400 Lumens, to provide the best lighting solution in any situation, and features a first-of-its kind carabiner-style handle.

The fully featured Radiant 400 Lantern illuminates any outdoor adventure or night spent at home during a power outage. At 400 Lumens, it provides beacon-like brightness when needed, and its durable design showcases a first-of-its-kind carabiner handle that allows it to easily clip, carry, or hang. The lantern has three adjustable levels to provide intensely bright, or softer lighting providing the best lighting solution in any situation. It also comes with a protective carrying bag that doubles as a light diffuser. Powered by three D-Cell batteries, this lantern can run for nearly 800 hours in low mode before needing to swap out for new ones.

Features:
  • 400 Lumens
  • Multi-mode switch for three LED modes: high, medium, low
  • Weather resistant
  • Impact resistant (drop proof to 1M)
  • Intelligent switch: push to cycle through modes, after 5 seconds, push once to turn off
  • Optical diffuser for uniform beam pattern
  • Integrated carabiner handle to clip, carry, or hang
  • Included dual-purpose carry and light-diffusing bag
  • Powered by three D-Cell Batteries (not included)
  • Dimensions: 2.83" Dia. x 6.85" (72mm Dia. x 174mm)
  • Weight: 8.9oz (252g)
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