Luci EMRG Review



Luci EMRG is one of the most epic inventions you will probably ever come across. It is a solar powered, inflatable, collapsible emergency lantern that you can either take camping or keep it home for when there’s a power outage. Even if you are a prepper it would come in very handy for when you needed an alternate light source.




The fact that the Luci EMRG is solar powered is absolutely something that I love. You have no need to worry about an open flame causing more dangers and possibly an already dangerous situation, and you don’t have to worry about having extra batteries. All you need is a little sunlight and you’re good to go. After an 8 hour charge you have 7 hours of light usage, and when storing the Luci EMRG it will keep up to 95% of its battery for months



(It is extremely hard to capture how bright the light is on camera, these pictures do no justice to how bright it actually is.)

Luci EMRG has four different light functions. There is a bright, superbright, SOS, and strobe function. When you are using the SOS light I love how Luci EMRG flashes SOS Morse code in red light then again and white light and alternates back and forth between the two. If you are stuck and somebody can’t hear you, there’s a good chance that they will be able to see the light before they will hear you and you will have a better chance of getting rescued.

I just can’t get over how simple yet functional the Luci EMRG is and I will definitely be buying more to keep on hand as well as give them as gifts. I can see every single person I know finding a function for the Luci EMRG.

***I did not receive any compensation from MPOWERD, simply their product free to me in exchange for my honest opinion***

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