Introduction, Specifications & Availability
Bracketron is a new company we're working with, with the first product to arrive in my office being their incredible SmartLantern. First off, the company sells a variety of different accessories for a range of devices; ranging from smartphone/GPS/tablet accessories, all the way through to in-car products.
The company sent me over their new SmartLantern, which is a mobile rechargeable battery with an internal 7800mAh battery, doubling as a flashlight or lantern. Yeah, you read that right! This thing has a damn built-in lantern, which works incredibly well.
The Bracketron SmartLantern has an internal 7800mAh battery, 2.1A port for charging up your smartphone or tablet, 64 LED Lumens, and a one-year warranty. The flashlight/lantern side of things is the big deal here, and we'll get into that shortly. Not only that, but we also have a flashlight, but when you pull the ring on the top of the SmartLantern, the LEDs find themselves in a new home; creating a lantern.
The company has an MSRP of $79.99 on the SmartLantern, but you can find it on Amazon for $60 with free shipping at the time of writing.
PRICING: You can find the Bracketron UGC-482-BX USB Charging Lantern - Black for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
United States: The Bracketron UGC-482-BX USB Charging Lantern - Black retails for $60.00 at Amazon.
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