KLARUS CL3 Camping Tent Lantern Night Light
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A mere 201.5g in weight, this compact marvel is available in dual hues, unobtrusive when suspended from the canopy and charming when adorning a tabletop.
- 3 color temperatures, 4 brightness settings, catering to diverse lighting needs.
- Versatile and adaptable for various scenarios.
- Low power consumption, ensuring long-lasting performance.
- IPX5 Waterproof and shockproof, effortlessly tackling outdoor conditions.
- Magnetic top design, Attaches to any ferrous material
After watching the promotional stuff on this and then seeing it on offer I took the plunge. The lowest setting (30 lumens) is decently useable at night for ambient light for probably a 10 ft radius. Which is good because the lowest setting gives the most run time. up to 60 hours on a charge. Probably the setting I will use the most. The middle setting is 150 lumens is very bright for 12 hours use. Then 750 lumens for something like 4-6 hours. Also features a red flashing emergency beacon feature. Which is quite good and can also be used as a handheld torch. Good for tables, good for hanging like a lantern. Fast USB-C charging. A lot of flexibility basically. If you want a camping lantern type light this is a strong option.
It held up to it's expectation and then some. "Now" I've only used it on two separate camping trips so. I will do an update to see how long it lasts. "BUT" so far I absolutely love it. It is adjustable and meets all lighting needs. It screwed on to my camera stand which worked great for lighting at the dinner table. We used it at our camp out. I charged it. Used it both nights for 6 or more hours on all settings depending on what we needed. Went home with it half charged. "By the way it has 4 battery indicator lights on it". Went back out camping the following weekend camping for 2 nights and it last the two nights without going dead. I'm going to purchase another one. I live in Texas and lost power during the storms for a week at a time. I'm actually looking forward to loosening power so I can use this to play board games with family during the outages.