BioLite Powerlight Mini Light

Feb 19, 2016

Category: Tech

What’s better than a personal camp light you can take with you on the go? How about a camp light, bike light AND mini power station. If that intrigues you then check out BioLite’s multipurpose Powerlight Mini. At about half the size of an iPhone, the Powerlight functions as the perfect lantern for camping as it provides a bright 135 Lumens and a run time of 52 hours on its low setting and 5 hours on high. Also, for the bikers, this light comes with a bike mount and four light modes: white lantern, red night vision, red/white strobe and white point.

This little light also functions as a power boost for your smartphone. With a 1350mAh battery, the Powerlight will recharge your device at 50% capacity. Never again will you be without the means to document your next outdoor adventure. Choose from 4 available colors. [Purchase]

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