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NITECORE LR60 280 Lumen Rechargeable LED Camping Lantern

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Price: $44.95

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Product Code: FL-NITE-LR60

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  • 18W QC fast charge output
  • High CRI LEDs
  • 3 brightness levels and 2 special modes
  • Multiple illuminable direction settings to save power

Included in the Box

  • LR60 Lantern
  • USB-C charging cable
  • 18650/CR123 battery magazine x 2
  • (Batteries are not included in the manufacture package. Select the battery option if you don't already have them)

Compact Camping Lantern

The NITECORE LR60 is the upgrade from the LR50. It is a slim profile portable lantern that pushes out up to 280 lumens of high CRI light perfect for camping and outdoor activities. The LR60 comes with three different brightness settings which can be adjusted to multiple illumination directions to provide you just the right amount of light in any situation as well as saving power. Stand it on a table and use the forward lighting while reading or napping, or use the handy hanging loop or magnetic base and position the LR60 wherever you please.

USB-C Rechargeable Powerbank

The LR60 is much more than just a lantern. When equipped with two Nitecore 21700 batteries, the LR60 can be your mobile power station! It comes with a USB output port to charge your electronic devices like iPhones, Androids, tablets, batteries, and more. Upgraded to USB-C, the LR60 can recharge in no time with QC quick charge technology. No 21700? No problem, it even accepts 18650 batteries. You can even use the lantern while charging it at the same time.

Input Port: USB-C (QC Compatible, not compatible with PD USB-C to USB-C input)

Output Port: USB-A (QC Compatible)

Durable Outdoor Companion

The LR60 is constructed from durable fire-retarded polycarbonate materials yielding an impact resistance of up to one meter. Additionally, the lantern is rated IP66 water resistance protecting it from light rain and splashes. Weighing under five ounces with a sleek modern design, the LR60 is the best mobile, all-in-one solution for lighting and power for the outdoor enthusiast.


Maximum Brightness280 lumen
Peak Beam Distance30 yards
Peak Beam Intensity54 cd
IP RatingIP66
Impact Resistance1 m


High280 lumen16 hr
Mid75 lumen32 hr
Low6 lumen150 hr
Beacon280 lumen-
SOS280 lumen-

Compatible Power Sources

21700 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (Button-topped)217003.6V/3.7VY (Recommended, Rechargeable)
18650 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery186503.6V/3.7VY (Compatible, Rechargeable)
Primary Lithium BatteryCR1233VY (Compatible, NOT Rechargeable)
Rechargeable Li-ion BatteryRCR1233.6V/3.7VY (Compatible, NOT Rechargeable)
21700 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (Flat-topped)21700-N (Inompatible, NOT Rechargeable)
Nitecore LR60
Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
2 of 5 Needs two batteries June 19, 2021
Reviewer: Linda Hogg from RATON, NM United States  
This was not clear on the website.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 May 17, 2021
Reviewer: Graydon Nodurft from WIMBERLEY, TX United States  

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Don't be an idiot May 8, 2021
Reviewer: Leo from Stafford, TX United States  
Great product, unfortunately I bought the wrong batteries with it.  Out of all the batteries I could've gotten, I chose the HPi which is physically not compatible due to the button top design.  I was able to make it sorta work using a piece of button magnet, but it was such a hassle to install, that I just gave up even trying to put the second battery and just used some old 18650 batteries.  Btw, to the other idiot that can't read the manual clearly stating the USB-C as an input only port and leaving a 1 star review.  You're not qualified to use a smartphone, just go back to dumbphones...

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  4 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Good Lantern, small annoyances April 29, 2021
Reviewer: Josh from Springfield, MO United States  
I see the description has been updated to be much more clear that the USB-C port is specifically for input, and the power bank's output is only the USB-A port. As such, the previous version of this review is no longer fair to the product.

Annoyances keeping this from being a 5-star product:
1) It would be nice if the "power bank" function worked on the USB-C port.
2) It would be nice if it were compatible with the Nitecore "i-Generation" 21700.

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