Crush Light Chroma

$44.95

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SKU: GZ32013 Category:

Product Description

Lightweight and easy to pack, the colorful Crush Light Chroma turns any campsite into a party. This collapsible solar lantern boasts six color modes and a multi-color fade in addition to the same three white light settings and candle flicker mode of the award-winning Crush Light. Charge it up quickly from any USB port before you go and use the built-in solar panel to keep it powered from the sun throughout your adventure.

Features

Light it.
This collapsible solar powered lantern is a lightweight companion to any adventure with 60 lumens of usable light on high, and a 35 hour runtime on low. It also features a soft candle flicker mode for ambiance.

Color it.
With six different color modes and a multi-color fade, you can turn any campsite into a party.

Charge it.
The Crush Light Chroma charges up with ease from any USB port via micro USB cable (included) and can be powered from the sun via its built-in solar panel.

Crush it.
The Crush light Chroma is as easy to store as it is to use, collapsing to just 15 mm high.

CHARGE TIMES
  • USB Source: 2.5 hrs
  • Nomad 7: 2.5 hrs
  • Built-in Panel: 20 hrs

Specs

 

  • Weight: 91g
  • Dimensions (Open): 125 x 125 x 100mm
  • Dimensions (Closed): 125 x 125 x 15mm
  • USB Micro (input): 5V, up to 0.5A 2.5W max
  • Full Bright, 4 Lights: 60 Lumens, 3000K

RUN TIME

  • High power: 3 hours
  • Medium power: 6 hours
  • Low power: 35 hours
  • Candle light: 3.5 hours

 

What's Included

 

  • Crush Light lantern
  • Micro USB cable

 

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