A Lantern That’ll Light Your Way for 10 Days on a Single Charge
Your move, Coleman
The night that the lights went out in Georgia, well, that was the night they hung an innocent man.
Don’t let an innocent man hang on your watch. Keep the lights on — for ten days straight.
An adaptable camping torch that can function as a standard lantern, handheld flashlight or overhead light, the Lunar Project runs on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can run from 10 to 240 hours on a single charge depending on the intensity of the light that is selected.
Project Lunar Lantern (6 images)
Capable of providing a warming white light that is less jarring than what traditional LEDs put out, the Lunar Project looks like and has an adjustable knob like conventional gas lanterns. Unlike traditional gas lights, however, the Lunar lantern has a USB for powering up your phone or tablet.
The Lunar Project is wrapping up funding on Kickstarter, but you can still score a full set for $77.
Don’t trust your soul to no backwoods southern lawyer … trust it to the Lunar Lantern.
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