Saturday, March 19, 2016

Solar Camping Lantern

This is an awesome product to have on hand. You just never know when you will need a light when there is no power available. This can be charged with a USB or you can let it charge with the sun.

Great for camping, fishing, hiking, emergencies, and power outages.

My girls love to use this in their rooms as a night light sometimes when they are pretending to camp.

I was very surprised by how bright the light actually is. Much better then expected.

This solar lantern can be found on Amazon. My readers can get a discount. You can purchase the lantern for $9.99 using the code JXGHI872

What the Bright Outdoors has to say about their product.

The Bright Outdoors Solar Lantern is a super versatile, super bright light that suits any outdoors activity. Solar powered, you can simply leave it to soak up the sun's rays or plug in to a USB outlet for 6-10 hours of light. 

The ingenious design creates 3 products in one: leave closed for a directional flashlight or pull open for a lantern that lights up the campsite or yard. If you need to charge your phone or other device, simply plug into the power bank (will charge the average smartphone about 50%) 2 different brightness modes let you control the battery life. And there's even an SOS flash setting for when things get rough.

Clever design gives big light (65 lumens) from a package that folds down to just 2 inches high and 3 inches wide. It easily fits in your backpack, cupboard, glove compartment or just about anywhere!


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