If you’re looking for an ideal combination of portable power in a compact size and light, the Osage River LED Camping Lantern is a good choice. This lantern has 4 light settings: red, flashing red, dim white, and bright white. For instance, when you need to alert others use the flashing settings for emergencies. And use the solid settings for lighting your campsite.
Meanwhile, the solid red light serves to attract fewer bugs to your campsite. So, you can use the white front button to switch between modes. The lantern produces 180 lumens of light at high power. The lantern functions as a 4400mah USB power bank for your electronics while you camp, powered by 2 lithium-ion batteries.
However, the battery tabs must be removed for the batteries to function and charge. The lantern takes 8 hours for a full charge. You can place 3 AA batteries at the top of the lantern if you wish to use the charging properties without using the rechargeable batteries. Batteries are not included.
In addition, a charging cable with a USB and Micro-USB end is included. Above all, this camping lantern has a waterproof rating of IPX5 to withstand wet or rainy conditions. With the integrated folding hangers and included carabiner clip, you can simply hang this lantern from your tent ceiling. Or mount it on metal surfaces with its magnetic base. The LED Camping Lantern is very useful at any campsite and especially during an emergency.
- 4 lighting modes: red, and flashing red for emergencies and dim or bright light for normal use
- Integrated folding hangers and carabiner clips for hanging
- A magnetic base for attaching to metal surfaces
- Waterproof grade of IPX5 to survive wet conditions
- Functions as a USB power bank and powered by 2 lithium-ion batteries, removed the battery tabs before charging or use
- Useful at a campsite and in emergency situations, and comes with a charging cable with a Micro-USB and USB end
***WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead or DINP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.***