- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Bright | Compact | Durable
• Stay Green
The Basecamp LED is a bright light but only requires 6 Watts per hour! With one fully charged Kodiak Battery (not included) will provide 183 hours of light! Inergy can help you reduce your carbon footprint. • Long-Warranty
Inergy is so confident with their products, they have a manufacture warranty of 1-year! • High Lumen Output
The Basecamp LED may be small, but it really packs a punch! It produces 400 lumens but only uses 6 Watts of clean, but green electric from your Kodiak. • Daisy Chain
The Basecamp LED can chain up to 10 units together, making your home or camp site bright for hours! The Basecamp comes with an 5 ft. of length allowing you to run a Basecamp LED from room to room.
Enjoy the bright and clean light you get with your high-efficiency Basecamp LED light from Inergy. This compact light is perfect for your weekend adventure or that unexpected black-out. With just one Basecamp LED you'll light up a 20-foot radius but uss only 6 Watts per hour. Basecamp LED is so efficient that you can chain multiple units together to create a clean, green source of light.
Be bright in your emergency with this Basecamp light for hours on end. This Basecamp LED is a must -have accessory for any Kodiak battery pack owner. You can chain up to 10 Basecamp LED's together, providing your house or campsite with the brightest and clean light whenever you need it.
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Emergency Power:
(1) Basecamp LED (chainable)
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: GB0037 Array: Inergy Solar Dimensions (LxWxH): 13" x 11" x 5" Battery Type: N/A
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