LUX · PRO Rechargeable & Charging 1000 Lumen BROADBEAM LED Lantern – LP1512

June 12, 2019 - Comment

The LP1512 Rechargeable LED lantern/power bank is as bright as you want it to be, with an adjustable maximum output of 1000 lumens. It features a patented 360° BROADBEAM LED for a nice, continuous even light spread. The variable mode dial lets you adjust the light from low to high with an incredible lumen output

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(as of 18 October 2019 12:48 EDT - Details)

The LP1512 Rechargeable LED lantern/power bank is as bright as you want it to be, with an adjustable maximum output of 1000 lumens. It features a patented 360° BROADBEAM LED for a nice, continuous even light spread. The variable mode dial lets you adjust the light from low to high with an incredible lumen output range of 75 – 1000. This lantern features a USB port so you can charge your other portable devices while on the go. It has a rechargeable UL recognized 2000mAh battery built in and comes with a micro USB charging cord. It can run on rechargeable batteries and/or 3 C Cell batteries. Built with a sturdy, rugged, rubberized design that is O-ring sealed gives you a high quality, durable, weatherproof lantern to take on your wildest camping and outdoor adventures. * For the maximum run-time fully charge your lantern and include 3 C Cell batteries.

Product Features

  • LANTERN DOUBLES AS A CHARGING STATION- In addition to being a robust LED lantern, the 1512 simultaneously serves as a power bank charging station. It comes equipped with USB port and we’ve included a micro USB cord so you can charge your other electronic devices no matter where your adventure takes you.
  • WATER RESISTANT BRIGHT AND BUILT TO LAST- Made for the elements, our best efforts have gone into creating a versatile, durable LED lantern that excels in any condition. Our adjustable, rubberized, weatherproof,1000 lumen lantern is designed to thwart the extremes of camping, survive the unexpected drops of DIY and the beatings it’ll take in the garage.
  • BANG FOR YOUR BUCK- From a quality and functionality perspective, the LP1512 LED Lantern is pretty extreme. Accounting for the rubberized casing for protection, it’s rechargeable, the lumens that vary from 75 to 1,000, the dual battery design for up to 150 hours run time, it’s ability to charge other electronics, the patented 360° BROADBEAM LED and the weatherproof construction- there is no other lantern with comperable durability, versatility or value on the market.
  • RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES OR ALKALINE- Rechargeable LI-ION battery is included, but also operates with standard alkaline batteries interchangeably or in tandem in case of emergency. Add 3 C batteries for extended run time up to 2 months! UL recognized 2000mAh rechargeable battery comes standard so you can get your DIY project or camping adventure started immediately.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Brightest little light I have ever seen A small package with a huge product. This light is so bright that it hurts to look at directly under higher power. Has a nice power dial, a port for charging phones kindles or whatever. A plus, a product made in the U.S. and the best part is that it far exceeds expectations. 5 stars plus.

Anonymous says:

I wish it took 18650 type batts. instead I probably shouldn’t be reviewing this as I haven’t had long enough to judge reliability, but so far it seems better constructed than so much of the shoddy Chinese Junk put out today. The light out -put is pretty decent also. I just wish it would take 4 18650 batts.instead of 3 C type batteries. You can’t buy 3 C types off shelf. You have to buy them in 2s and 4 packs. I’m trying eliminate most of my Batts. to rechargble.Update: Let’s all start contacting these companies that won’t put in…

Anonymous says:

Bright, but I wish I’d have bought something else… On full brightness this little light is very very bright . However, it seems to discharge quickly at full brightness. I wish I’d have bought a light with a magnet on the bottom which makes it convenient for household projects and easy to store on a metal pegboard. Also, I don’t like the 360 light. It ends up blinding me as much as projecting light. I think a directional lantern would be more functional.

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