This week, four lucky winners will receive a prize package of camp lighting (valued at $200), including two dual-power headlamps and two device-charging lanterns.
More on the Prizes
Radiant PowerSwitch Rechargeable Headlamps
The prize pack includes the RH1 and RH2 PowerSwitch Rechargeable Headlamps. These headlamps have flood and spot beams with red and white LEDs and run on a rechargeable lithium-ion battery or three AAA batteries for backup. The body can tilt up to 90 degrees and has a dual-button design to make it easier to select the lighting mode you want.
The Radiant RH1 PowerSwitch Rechargeable Headlamp produces 600 lumens and a 95m beam. It is water-resistant (IPX4) and impact-resistant, according to the brand.
The Radiant RH2 PowerSwitch Rechargeable Headlamp is a tad lighter and more powerful, pushing 700 lumens with a beam of 77 m. It also has a flashing red mode, a waterproof-submersible rating (IPX7), and can survive 2m drops.
Winner will receive the Nite Ize Radiant RL2 & RL3 Lanterns. These lanterns have six lighting modes including a “moonlight” setting for ambiance and allowing your eyes to adjust, as well as an amber LED that flickers like a flame. They also have a lockout mode. Both lanterns are weatherproof and impact-resistant, come with a diffusing storage sack, and have input/output ports to power another device if needed.
The Radiant RL2 Rechargeable Lantern produces up to 400 lumens and recharges in approximately 3.5 hours. Moonlight mode is only 5 lumens and can last for days.
The Radiant RL3 PowerSwitch Lantern puts out at 500 lumens and recharges in 6 hours. Status lights indicate when it has fully charged, and they blink red when running on reserve. High mode produces 500 lumens for 10 hours, or more than 20 hours when three new AA batteries are used as a backup.
More on the Brand
Nite Ize designs and manufactures more than 500 inventor-driven products worldwide. These products include a variety of lighting like LED dog leashes and high-powered flashlights, protective gear like waterproof pouches and cases, and organizational tools like tie-downs and bungees. Each one is designed to resolve a problem.