40 lumens |Recommended to provide light for 1 person
50 hours of full-power battery life (40 lumens)
Ease of use
One button, one light mode | built-in tab for hanging it up
IPX4 rated lamp: withstands rain in all conditions
The lamp is 4 cm tall and 7 cm long.
Lightweight: 145 g
3 LR6 AA batteries.
Recommendations for use
This lamp was designed to be used in several positions:
- laid flat
- by detaching the tab to fix it on the 2nd attachment point and create a small buckle. You can hang it on a branch, on a tent hook (which fits in the hole on the tongue) or place it on the side of your table to point the lighting in the right direction.
Its shape and size make it easy to hold. Backup lighting on a short trip.
This small lamp can provide good lighting in the evening or during the night for: eating, reading or looking through your belongings. Unregulated light because the power decreases as the batteries lose their charge.
OUR ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACH
During its development, we have worked to make the new BL40 100% recyclable at end of life.
- We use one single material for the (white) light diffusion part and the battery case to make recycling easier
- No welding (easy to separate and recyclable)
- 100% recyclable TPE rubber
We have achieved a 6% reduction in CO2 impact: This is still not enough and that's why we are working to make this product eco-designed one day.
Tips for storage and maintenance
Choose a clean, dry place to store your lamp. Remove the batteries if not using for long periods.
TESTS AND WARRANTY
Our Quechua global design centre is based in Passy, at the foot of Mont-Blanc in Haute Savoie.
This location makes it a real meeting place for our teams (designers, product managers, engineers, etc) and outdoor sports enthusiasts.
A great asset for designing high-quality products for camping trips and giving you access to all our expertise.
To fulfil your needs, the Quechua products are tested in the countryside under the conditions that you will come across when camping.
Our teams, as well as a tester panel (made up of partners, ambassadors and customers), test products throughout their development until they go to market.