LuminAID PackLite 12

May 5, 2015

Category: Tech

Whether you need some light in your tent or just a valuable addition to your emergency preparedness kit, a portable, solar-powered lantern sounds like a solid buy to us. The LuminAID PackLite 12 looks like a strong contender.

Providing up to 12 hours of consistent LED light (or 32 hours in blinking emergency mode), this cleverly designed product also twists flat and inflates, making it extremely convenient for stuffing in a backpack. Its battery comes partially charged, but for full brightness you need to charge it in direct sunlight for about seven hours. Ship sinking? No problem. The LuminAID PackLite 12 is waterproof (up to 1 meter deep) and it floats, so your odds of getting fished out of the water will greatly increase. [Purchase]

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