The Arka USB Charger + Lantern + Flashlight™ helps you prepare for any auto emergency, natural disaster or power outage. It's also a must-have tool for any outdoor adventure. It features a compact, collapsible lantern that provides up to 180 lumens of white light. When you need more focused lighting, the Arka's frosted globe slides down easily to switch between lantern and flashlight modes. The flashlight's beam projection is 250 feet. This lantern burns on high for six to eight hours or low for up to 100 hours. The lantern is powered by a four amp-hour rechargeable battery and is conveniently plugged into a normal electrical socket to recharge. The included battery can recharge your mobile or other digital devices, such as camera, GPS, etc. using the USB port. The on/off switch controls the brightness of the lantern- just hold the button and it will dim, or brighten, to the desired level. This lantern also features a red-light mode to preserve night-vision. This is extremely helpful for reading maps, and can offer strobe options as an emergency S.O.S. strobe. A great addition to any home's emergency preparedness kit. Durable, water-resistant, ABS/TPE housing with extendable feet for additional stability. Split ring on top allows for hanging. 100-240V charger and USB cable included.
• Flashlight, Lantern And USB Charger • Frosted globe slides up for lantern mode and down for flashlight mode • 5 lighting modes that vary from high to low, plus three red LEDs • Able to power a phone, camera, GPS, etc. • Top split ring allows for hanging
Dimensions Approx. 2-1/2" dia. x 6-1/4"H
Shipping Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
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