Outdoor Solar Light Folding Inflatable Waterproof Camping Light Rescue Emergency Light 2 Pieces

Price: $78.69
Product prices and availability are accurate as of 2020-04-07 10:42:05 UTC and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on http://www.amazon.com/ at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.
CERTAIN CONTENT THAT APPEARS ON THIS SITE COMES FROM AMAZON SERVICES LLC. THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED 'AS IS' AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR REMOVAL AT ANY TIME.

Manufacturer Description

Solar panel power: 0.5w
Battery: Li-Battary 3.6v 1000mah.LED Power: 1w
Charging: 5-6 hours charging under sunlight can illuminate 4-5 hours
Third gear adjustment: 50 percent brightness in one gear, 100 percent brightness in second gear, and third gear sos for help flash mode.
Switch: Touch type, fully waterproof.
Products have overvoltage, overcharge, overdischarge protection devices, no need to worry about the battery
The product adopts the principle of swimming ring blowing.
Our products are subject to strict quality control, pro can rest assured to buy.
I am very happy that you can visit my shop, I wish you a one-stop shopping, happy shopping!

Product Features

SOLAR PANEL : LED camping light can be charged outdoors through sunlight! MULTIFUNCTIONAL: A multi-purpose LED lantern so versatile, it can be used as backpacking light, nightlight, book light, bedside lamp, or work light. 3 modes include both low and high brightness as well as SOS flashing mode. EMERGENCY POWER BANK: This is included in all disaster preparedness and disaster kits for events such as power outages, blackouts, storms and hurricanes! COMPACT AND PORTABLE: This foldable and ultralight unit fits easily in your pocket or in your backpack - small enough to leave hanging inside the tent for some night reading. Also packs nicely inside a car emergency kit, first aid kit, bug out bag, and tool box. HIGH QUALITY : Products have over-the-counter, over-charged, over-discharged protection devices, no need to worry about batteries. Charging in sunlight for 5-6 hours can illuminate 4-5 hours

Write a Review