.65 oz - 19 g Small Light
This micro-sized lantern brings big ambient lighting solutions to small spaces. Clip it to anything from a zipper to the top of your tent for quick hands-free lighting. It features an integrated carabiner clip with a light that swivels 360°. Available in white or red LED options.
The versatile MoonLit LED Micro Lantern features a secure carabiner at the top allowing it to clip and hang providing ambient hands-free lighting just about anywhere. The bright LED (white or red) can be set to glow or flash, and swivels in place 360° providing a comprehensive lighting solution in a compact package. Water resistant and featuring replaceable batteries that last over 60 hours, the MoonLit Micro Lantern is a great lighting companion for camping, fishing, reading, clipping to poorly lit areas like closets or shelving, and much more.
- Combination carabiner clip and LED on a swivel
- Secure carabiner clip
- Push button on/off
- Glow and flash modes
- Water resistant
- Battery run time: 60 hours
- 2x replaceable 2032 batteries included
- Dimensions: 1.6" x 2.3" x 1" | 40mm x 58mm x 24mm
- Weight: .65oz | 19g
I have not gotten to use this camping yet, but seems like a great light, about the size of a 50 cent piece, maybe a little smaller, very low weight and takes up virtually no space, runs on 2 small batteries (2032?I think?) gives off great light and seems like the perfect fix for hanging off of your ridge line or hanging from the inside of a tent. Definitely worth the money!!
Lighting is great for both tent and hammock. Just needed to be careful about it keeping it from inadvertently getting switched on inside backpack (from other items pressed against it).
This is my third one that I have purchased. They are small enough to put in your side pockets and they light up the tent pretty good at night. Gave one to my son to use when he is camping.
nice, compact, lightweight, love the ability to hook on a strap, a pack or a tent line, but I wish the "cool" white light was a "warm" white light. Makes a difference in the tone and atmosphere. I don't use LED's cold whites in my house, and hate them on the trail.
Love this little lantern for my hammock, I leave it attached to my ridgeline. It folds up for easy storage and is bright enough for reading. It's a little difficult to turn on/off, my only complaint.