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Fenix CL25 USB Rechargable Lantern - Black
Sale Price: $59.95

Fenix CL25 USB Rechargable Lantern - Black

Item: CL25R
Sale Price: $59.95


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    The Fenix CL25R LED Rechargeable Lantern features maximum 350 lumens, a Micro-USB rechargeable function, a very small size, measuring only 3.9" (99mm) tall and weighing only 4.5 oz (130g) within a cold-resistant structure. The Fenix CL25R rechargeable lantern includes 6 modes with a red light, moonlight mode and a maximum runtime of 600 hours. This adaptable lantern can be hung, stuck to a metal object with its magnetic base or mounted to a tripod. Perfect for camping and automotive repair.


    • Diameter: 2.0" (52mm)
    • Height: 3.9" (99mm)
    • Weight: 4.5 oz. (130g) excluding battery
    • Batteries: One (included) 18650 Li-ion rechargeable battery or two CR123A Lithium batteries
    • Included: Micro-USB charging cable, 18650 rechargeable battery, spare O-ring
    • Warranty: Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting U.S.


    Additional Features

    • Utilizes white LEDs and the red LEDs with 350-lumen maximum output
    • Excellent cold-resistant design
    • Micro-USB rechargeable, charging indicator and low voltage warning function
    • 25m beam distance
    • Waterproof to IPX-6 standard
    • White light with four output options and red light with two output options
    • Built-in protective circuit protects users from overcharging, over discharging, overheating and improper battery installation
    • Moonlight mode satisfies user's demand for lower output with extended runtime
    • Built-in magnet and tripod socket for easy attachement
    • Luminous single button switch for easy and fast operation