Lampray camping lantern and mobile phone charger
196 lumen camping lantern and charging station for illuminating your camp life, with USB power output to recharge mobile phones.
Illuminate your night with Lampray. 196 lumens of light is splayed from this little guy, and his small small size make makes him easy to stow in your bag ready to brighten up gloomy day.
Lampray has a few tricks up his sleeve too. Not only is he rechargable via USB, but he can charge up your phone as well!
Lampray comprises of an attachment clip to allow for easy attachment inside a tent, on a tarp, a tree or even on a portaledge half way up a bigwall. But even better than that, Lampray includes a sturdy internal magnet for attaching to vans, cars, beams and any other metal-ware.
- 3 Year Alpine Bond
- Magnetic base and clip for easy attaching
- Charging station for your phone
- Rechargeable with USB
Bulb: 1 x Cree LED (not regulated)
Lighting distance: 14 m
Brightness / Burntime
High: 196 lm / 8 h
Mid: 100 lm / 12 h
Low: 10 lm / 110 h
Power: 3300mAH Li-polymer battery
Charge time: 5 hrs
iPhone charging time: 3 hours
Weight: 146 g
Size: ⌀6.5 cm x 5 cm
Lampray cannot be used as a charging device whilst the light is on Lampray can be charged and used as a charging device at the same time
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Extremely impressed with this bit of kit, quality build and very bright. Great service from alp kit would highly recommend it
A really well thought out piece of kit. Hanger & magnetic attachments are really useful - under car bonnets and in the hammock. The option to charge phones etc is a bonus too. Not the cheapest, but light and very versatile; does more than one thing which is never a bad idea. Well done Alpkit.
Just received the lampray and used camping in the garden with the kids this wk end-feels like a quality product, arrived charged and it DOES come with the charger cable, despite what the blurb says-bonus! Very bright, a nice 'warm' light, very much like a regular house-hold bulb unlike many other LED lights. Can't coment on charging or durability as yet but I'm sure (as with all alpkits stuff) it will prove a reliable piece of kit. Top notch! Cheers guys!
Awesome little light
This thing is so great. It kicks out an impressive amount of light for its size and weight. I've been looking a a simple small decent rechargeable lantern for some time and this really nails it for me. We actually plan to use it when car camping with electric hookup as it's bright enough and less hassle than our mains light.
Brilliant design, very impressive. Great amount of globe light that fills the entire tent with a warm light, recharges easily and gets you through the night if you need to quickly top up an electronic device from it. Does come with charger cable.
Used it in our tent, recently in a tipi and outside in the evening in an event shelter.
Extremely impressive piece of kit
Extremely impressive piece of kit. OK it’s a light, but it’s a bright (196 lumen) light, with some of the finer details that make it excel. I've had one for a year and think its a worthwhile investment.
First of all it utilizes a CREE LED (CREE are the leaders of LED tech), powered by a high capacity 3300mAH Li-polymer battery. One charge lasts for 3 days of camping on the mid-setting (100 lumen of light from the dome is plenty enough especially using the hanger clip attached to the tent ceiling).
The mag-mount is strong enough to provide reliable light when working on the car (the bright glow is better than directional light from a head torch).
Plus a great backup charger from that that high capacity Li-polymer battery, ensures that your phone / Garmin stays charged (tested it on a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and it happily feeds it juice).
Could only be improved by having a replaceable battery. I'm assuming the light uses a fixed 18650 type cell, which typically sell for £15, so you can see why this light isn't cheap!
Best Camping Light!
Extremely impressive light for camping & over night trips. Lots of settings, great battery life and very bright at max setting.
An excellent bit of kit
I've had one of these for about 2 years. It sits in my truck from one week to another. It's great for lighting up the back on a dark winter's morning. Just find something made of steel and the magnet will hold it in place. It's robust as well as I discovered when I forgot it was on the back door when I slammed it shut. It can be hung by its carabiner and made a good awning light on holiday. It can also charge a phone.