Zippo Rugged Lantern

May 11, 2015

Category: Tech

Being chased by Sasquatch through a dark forest sounds like one of the more terrifying experiences one can live though. But it sounds 11% less terrifying when we picture ourselves equipped with a lantern that won’t wuss during the chase.

Zippo says “only the switch puts this light out,” so they’ve gone ahead and named it the Zippo Rugged Lantern. Capable of handling a 5-foot drop, staying lit all night in the rain, and even floating, the Rugged Lantern boasts the brightest light of any LED lantern out there, putting out 220 lumens on high. Adjusting the brightness from 100% to 50% to 10% will stretch the life of the lithium-ion battery, taking you from 12 hours on high, 18 hours on medium, and 59 hours on low. Rubber corners soften the blow for any drops, vertical stainless steel tubes add durability, and it comes with a 120V AC wall charger. [Purchase]

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