Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Fly Product...BioLite's PowerLight Mini

Leading the charge of BioLite's new releases is the ultra-slim PowerLight Mini, a credit card-sized rechargeable lantern and power bank that can follow its users wherever they go, from camping to bike commuting. 

“We saw a huge gear overlap in the tools we use for portable light and backup power,” said BioLite CEO Jonathan Cedar. “We wanted to consolidate that into a single device in a really compact and versatile form.”

BioLite packs a lantern, headlamp, bike light and charger into one palm-sized product thanks to its unique edge-lighting technology. Featuring a proprietary texture, the light panel wraps tightly around the internal battery and LEDs and bounces light evenly without requiring a bulbous space. 

The resulting 135-lumen light provides a compelling alternative to glare-prone headlamps and bulkier lanterns. It features four lighting modes: a white dimmable lantern, red night vision, strobe lighting, and a pointlight for maximum visibility.

Thanks to the versatile clip stand, it can be clipped flat to a shirt or hang from a tent for hands-free personal illumination with the soft, edge-lit white light. The red night mode is perfect for moving in the dark without disturbing a tent mate.  With the strobe mode and included bike mount, the PowerLight mini crosses over seamlessly to the weekday commute, keeping riders visible. 

The PowerLight Mini also acts as a power source, with a rechargeable 1350 mAh battery that provides a boost to electronic gear. 

PowerLight Mini Features: 
  • Four lighting modes: white lantern, red night vision, strobe, and point light for maximum visibility 
  • 135 lumens 
  • Slim Li-Ion battery that provides up to 52 hours of light or a 50% power boost to most smartphones
  • Battery: 1350 mAh, USB rechargeable
  • Inputs/outputs: Micro USB in, USB out
  • Bike mount included
  • Weight: 2.82 oz.
  • Dimensions: 3.35" high x 2.10" wide x .59" wide
  • Colors: Red, Teal, Yellow, Grey
  • MSRP: $44.95


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