Rechargeable Glass LED Lanterns
Introducing the Drifter Lantern, a stunning and versatile lighting solution that effortlessly enhances any living space. With its exquisite milled wood handle, hand blown frosted glass, and sleek glossy exterior, the Drifter exudes timeless elegance.
Designed to create a warm and inviting ambiance, the Drifter features a dimmable LED light with a captivating warm-toned glow. Whether you're relaxing indoors or enjoying a cozy evening outdoors, this portable lamp adds a touch of sophistication to any setting.
Enjoy the freedom to take the Drifter wherever you go, thanks to its portable design and long-lasting battery life. With up to 12 hours of continuous illumination on a single charge, you can indulge in the gentle radiance throughout the day and evening. When it's time to recharge, simply connect the lantern to any USB power source using the included cord and reliable wall adapter.
Experience the perfect combination of style, convenience, and long-lasting illumination with the Drifter Lantern. Elevate your surroundings with its enchanting presence, both indoors and outdoors.Features
- Milled Wood Handle
- Hand-Blown Glass
- Perfect for Outdoor or Indoor Use
- Includes 5.5 ft. Indoor Power Cord with 120V USB Wall Adapter
- LED Base Unit (With dimmable 3-phase light function and warm white LED) and long-life rechargeable lithium battery
How do I set up and use my Drifter Lantern?
Plug in charging cable (only charge lantern indoors). Red light will turn on while charging and turn off when lantern is fully charged (2-3 hours). To turn lantern on press the power on/off button on the bottom of the lantern. Lantern will run for 10-12 hours.
How do I adjust the brightness level?
a. Press power button 1x to turn on to full brightness.
b. Press power button 2x for medium brightness.
c. Press power button 3x for low brightness.
d. Press power button 4x to turn off.
Can my Drifter Lantern be left outside?
Drifter Lanterns are perfect for use on patios or backyards however we do not recommend leaving them outside for extended periods of time or in adverse weather conditions.