Mobile device power bank that functions as a powerful LED lantern

Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 power bank LED light lantern

Power hungry gadgets demand a constant backup for juicing them up when you are out on adventure trips. And also there is a need for a good lighting solution to light up the dark. Keeping this in mind, Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 outdoor lighting solution that also functions as a power bank is one accessory you want to have in your backpack every time you go on a hiking trip. And it is no ordinary mobile device charging device as it has 6600 mAh capacity, enough ti charge 3 smartphones or 2 tablet devices before needing a recharge. Moreover it also functions as a lantern or LED light that can continuously work for a staggering 50 hours in LED/lantern mode.

The mobile charging power bank has a 1W white LED light that can be used as a lantern by pulling out the vail on the lens and it gives around 23 lumens in LED mode and 27 lumens in lantern mode. Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 measures 110mm in diameter, 56mm in height and weighs just 270 grams which is quite handy to carry around.

Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 power bank LED light lantern

This outdoor light comes with a USB charging cable for juicing up your mobile devices like smartphones, tablets or music players. A four stage LED light on the side indicates the battery level while charging and discharging when you use it. The power bank has a recharge cycle of 500 charges, meaning that it can be charged 500 times before needing replacement.

Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 power bank LED light lantern

Quite clearly this is a must have accessory for adventurous geeks who like to spend couple of days in the wild, away from all the hassle of city life without worrying much about mobile devices running low on battery power. Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 will be released on 28th April in black and green colors.

Hitachi Maxell MPC-CLT6600 power bank LED light lantern

Via: Maxell



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