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More compact and lightweight than it's big brother Trinity, the Glowe lantern fits perfectly into any backpackers sack. The retractable light chimney rests comfortably in the hand when using the Glowe as a torch. Then, when erected, the light chimney transforms the super bright beam into a secure unfocused glow of a lantern. Spreader feet provide stability when the Glowe is stood on a surface whilst the fold away hook allows the Glowe to be clipped into a tent or on to a convenient branch. Powered by 3xAAA batteries the Glowe can provide the comfort and security of light for over 50 hours.
Compact, lightweight dual purpose lantern/torch
Retractable feet and foldaway hanging point
3xAAA Batteries (included)
Compatible with NIH Rechargeable batteries (Do not use rechargeable Lithium batteries)
Modern front-mounted headtorches are neat and lightweight, yet pack enough power for most needs. Here we look in depth at five alternatives across the price spectrum.
31 Dec, 2019
Luci MPOWERD - Thank You!
Traditionally these "Product News" articles are used to promote the latest, greatest new products, however on this occasion we thought we'd do something a bit different, take the opportunity to explain a couple of things, but most of all to say THANK YOU!
25 Nov, 2019
The New Petzl SWIFT RL Headlamp
With 900 lumens of lighting power at only 100 grams, the SWIFT RL is Petzl's brightest compact headlamp. Designed with a reflective two-part headband for a stable and secure fit, this lamp is ideal for outdoor recreation with a mixed beam pattern for...
29 Oct, 2019
Alpkit Prism & Qark Headtorches
John McKenna tests two higher end models from Alpkit's extensive torch range. Which did he prefer for all-round mountain use, the gnarly Prism or the powerful and versatile Qark?
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