Solar Rechargeable Emergency LED Lantern With charging and a power bank USB port- Dark Black

Naptol Selling Solar Rechargeable Emergency LED Lantern Worth Rs. 1299 with 53% Off  At Rs. 599 + 99 Shipping Charge.

Solar Rechargeable Emergency LED Lantern

Product Features:

  • Back Up Time-4-6 Hours
  • Battery Type – Lethium Ion
  • No Of Led’s-1
  • Power-1 Watts
  • Rechargeable – Yes
  • Care Instructions- Emergency lights are battery-backed lighting devices that are used during power shutdowns.
  • Usage – Portable
  • Other Features – Can be used as USB Mobile Charger – only for emergency purpose upto 500mAH
  • Material -Plastic
  • Length – 11.7 cm

 

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Product Description:

  • Overview Don’t get caught off guard with unceremonious power cuts as Homes Decor brings to you the energy-efficient rechargeable emergency lantern.
  • Emergency lights are battery-backed lighting devices that are used during power shutdowns.
  • These lights are mostly used in residential buildings, and other places like college dormitories, in kitchens, etc.
  • The Homes Decor solar emergency lamp with USB port comes in handy during power cuts because they get switched on the minute the power goes.
  • Style and Design It is a rechargeable portable emergency light with LED lighting technology.
  • It is not bulky to carry around during power cuts at home or anywhere else too! Quality and Durability This high-quality emergency light gives you a soothing white light when opened.
  • Solar charging option is also an option. It comes with a charging cord, so plug it into an outlet and it automatically turns on when the power goes out.
  • This rechargeable emergency LED lantern is portable, energy efficient and has a unique bright light.
  • Specifications The material used to make the Homes Decor solar emergency lamp with USB port is Virgin plastic.
  • It has solar and electrical charging and a power bank USB port.

 

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