If you’ve ever been dry camping and depended on your phone as a flashlight, you’d know it’s usually a bad idea. Cell phones are only so bright while walking down hiking paths or dimly lit streets. Even if the phone is bright enough to light your immediate walkway, using the flashlight setting will quickly deplete your phone’s battery. Since we’re in the dead of summer, right now is a great time to look into new safety light options. Whether you need a dim reading light or an SOS style flare light, Renogy has you covered. The new Renogy Rechargeable Camping Lanterns are stylish, functional, and designed to withstand rugged trails.
Above: Renogy 5200mAh LED Rechargeable Camping Lantern
From backyards to campgrounds and everywhere in between, Renogy Rechargeable Camping Lanterns are there to light the night. These portable lanterns come with the following battery storage capacities: 10000mAh, 5200mAh, or 4000mAh. If you know anything about battery life, most cell phones can be charged 2-3 times even with a 4000mAh battery. All of the lanterns weight under 1lb and include an attached hook so they can easily be affixed to a tent or pole. They include five lighting modes, including SOS/emergency. In the event of an emergency or power crunch, the lanterns can double as cell phone chargers! Talk about a two for one deal! Right now, these Rechargeable Camping Lanterns are available on Prime Day at Amazon.com.
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