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LED Camp Light (with 5200mAh Power Bank) $22.49ea or 2 for $20.99ea + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Hongyan Amazon

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The deal is back for this LED Camping / Fishing Light with Built in Power Bank (5200mah) - This time the promotion includes the choice of 3 different colour outer casings (green, orange and yellow). At the checkout enter the code: GRYGA8MR to receive the special / promotion discount.The light is compact and brightness can be varied (low, medium, high, flashing and S.O.S.). The LED light is bright and can be used to light up a camp site or your tent and is also good for fishing and in power outages for up to 100 hours of light (on low light level). The built in power bank can also be used to charge electrical accessories (phone, other gadgets, etc via USB output). It takes around 3.5 hours to fully charge and is light weight, IP65 Water resistant and comes with a a USB charging cable. Check out the link to the Amazon.com.au page for more details. If you buy 1 with the code entered at check out it brings the price down 25% to $22.49 or if you buy 2 or more it brings the price down 30% to $20.99 each from the regular price of $29.99.

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    Already redeemed? Edit: worked adding 1 and code, then increasing to 2. Sorry, wasnt paying much attention to post.

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    Is this cool or warm white?

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    $10 delivered on AliExpress

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    I assume using the powerbank to charge a device will drain the entire battery meaning you'll have no camp light!?!

    This is just my personal review on this idea but last summer I bought a USB charging camp light with mozzie repellant (something like this https://www.banggood.com/Minleaf-ML-MK1-Eletric-USB-UV-Light...) with the opposite intention, to be able to charge my camp light from a power bank. Since I was bringing a 20,000MhA powerbank for our other devices anyway.
    Last thing you want is to be sitting in the dark or having to use the flashlight on the devices we bring (insects tend to gravitate to you holding your phone with a bright light), and we didn't plan on having powered camp sites.