The Tulip Lantern was not made for female campers. Instead, its flower-inspired shape was adopted purely for practicality's sake. It brings a higher level of intelligence to portable outdoor lighting with a simple design. Like the SnowMiner headlamp, the Tulip Lantern is capable of emitting either a focused or broad stream of light, depending on the situation. Unlike the headlamp, this option is controlled by gravity. When hung, the Tulip Lantern switches from using a direct and narrow beam to shed a more ambient glow.
Designed by Snow Peak, which develops intuitive and aesthetically-pleasing backpacking gear and accessories, the Tulip Lantern boasts a pliable, snake-like stem that allows for further adjustment. It produces up to 250 lumens with more than 100 hours of battery life.
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