Thermacell Repellent Camp Lantern

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The spring season brings about plenty of daytime camping fun, but who says the fun should stop after the sun goes down? The problem is, even the best lantern attract unwanted bugs. Thermacell plans to put a stop to all that noise with the insect Repellent camp lantern.

Any good lantern can provide hours of light on the darkest of nights, but only Thermacell’s offering heats up an insect repellent, and releases it into the air – keeping mosquitoes, flies, and other unwanted insects at bay. The water resistant lamp is powered by one set of D-Cell batteries, and lasts up to 50 hours on the highest of its three settings. A low battery indicator will let you know when those 300 lumens of light are running low on juice, turning from blue to orange to red as the power drains. [Purchase]

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