My family and I believe in being prepared. I am also a bit of an LED junkie. I love them. LED lights are by far my favorite. They offer clear, bright light, and they last so long too. This particular light is very different from the ones I own. The design is very utilitarian, and I like it. It reminds me of one of those tubes at the bank, that shoot through the pipes, lol, just much smaller. This is a flashlight/lantern, SOS light, emergency light, and power bank. This light is obviously rechargeable. It does not have the option to use regular batteries. This light charges via a micro USB. Both the USB out port and micro USB port are located under the screwcap on the bottom of the light. Just unscrew it and you will see them. On the top of the light you will find the tail cap switch. When you press it the first time it goes on in low mode, which is still bright. Then soft press it again, and it goes to high. The third soft press turns it to the red light. The 4th soft press turns on the emergency red flashing light, and the 5th and final mode, turns it to the SOS mode. The SOS on this light is in red, and it’s a lot slower than some SOS modes. If you do not want to go through the modes to get to off, then press and hold the button. That will turn the light off. It does not have memory. It will go back to the low mode when turned on again. Also, on top of the light, you will find a metal ring to hang it with. You can use it as a tent light this way, and more. This light also has an IP68 waterproof rating, which means it can be submerged to 2m. The internal battery in this think is pretty large, it is a 2600mAh battery. It will charge your phone. It is, however, a 1A output. My phone trickle charges off of that. But, in an emergency, any charging ability, is better than none. A full charge will get you approx. 61 hours of light on low. I left it on, and am pretty sure that is the amount. After that long, I lost track of time. The LEDs are rated for 36,000 hours, which always impresses me. It uses approx. 90% less energy than a regular flashlight. It is made out of Polycarbonate which they say “is a tough plastic with nearly unbreakable, shockproof strength.” The light is lightweight at 0.18LB or 2.88 Ounces. You can add your own carabineer clip to it and attach it to your pack easily. Since it is so waterproof, a power bank, and a multi-mode light, it’s a great one to pack out with. On high, this light is 100 lumens. They state that the battery can be recharged about 500 times. When you screw on the bottom cover, it does have a silicone ring. Just make sure that you made it secure. The charging port and USB port are in there. So, if you let water in, you will ruin the light.
I am really happy with this light. It’s small and lightweight. It is multifunctional and works well. Since I drop things a lot, I am very happy with how durable it is too.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Allnice IP68 Waterproof Portable Camping Lamp And Rechargeable LED Flashlight / LED Lamp / LED Lantern with Power Bank & SOS Emergency Light, at a reduced cost, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This product arrives as shown.
If you would like to purchase this product, it can be found here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019RKRK88?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage