Edelrid Bodhi

 

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Edelrid Bodhi

The Edelrid Bodhi is a small and compact lantern with a powerful and longlasting rechargeable battery which takes only 3 hours to fully charge. It has an integrated stand that is easily adjustable to have the light at any angle desirable. It is also magnetic, allowing it to attach to cars ora any metal object.

  • 1 Power LED with 3 brightness levels and SOS strobe mode
  • Battery: Rechargeable lithium polymer battery 1800 mAh
  • Charging time: 3 hours via micro USB (USB cable supplied)
  • Detachable diffuser for pleasant ambient light
  • Designed to be attached using a carabiner
  • Magnet on rear for attachment in car, etc.
  • Adjustable angle
  • Battery indicator shows remaining battery power
  • Protected against powerful jets of water from any angle

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