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    MPowered Luci Soalr Powered String Lights

    I thought these would be great around the campsite, either strung up from my tarp, or my tent.
    Less bulkier overall than the battery powered cheap versions from HF etc and wraps up in a nice neat package, never mind never needing batteries.
    I was surprised at the nice light it casts at all 3 different light levels.

    It can be charged by a USB port in 2-3 hrs, via 2-way USB port. As well, that USB port allows you to charge some mobile devices

    https://www.rei.com/product/142541/m...-string-lights





















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    Re: MPowered Luci Soalr Powered String Lights

    Love my Luci lights! I got a string of those for my hammock.
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    Re: MPowered Luci Soalr Powered String Lights

    How long is the string of lights? Does it also have the regular light that the Luci lights have?
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    Re: MPowered Luci Soalr Powered String Lights

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluetick View Post
    How long is the string of lights? Does it also have the regular light that the Luci lights have?
    The string is 18' long, with 12 light 'nodes' that have 3 levels of brightness,
    There is also a single diode on the top of the unit that lights up with the 1st push of the switch and can be used as a sort of flashlight.
    As for a 'ring of lights' like a Luci Lantern - No!

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    Re: MPowered Luci Soalr Powered String Lights

    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Boots View Post
    The string is 18' long, with 12 light 'nodes' that have 3 levels of brightness,
    There is also a single diode on the top of the unit that lights up with the 1st push of the switch and can be used as a sort of flashlight.
    As for a 'ring of lights' like a Luci Lantern - No!
    Too bad it doesn't have the Ring like the original Luci, that would have made it perfect. The USB port on there being able to charge a phone or something is a nice feature.

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