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R-pal Micro Lantern

The R-PAL is a new micro lantern that is smaller, lighter, and brighter than all current lanterns on the market. It utilizes a custom made integrated circuit and modern battery technology (it uses the same batteries as a Tesla Model S) to provide up to 300 lumens and last up to 300 hours. It is also dust proof and waterproof, making it perfect for backpacking, emergencies, or casual use. watch the video

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