A rechargeable LED lantern has a very long battery life and is useful when you are camping or dealing with a power outage. It can be a little tricky to decide on the right LED lamp because there are so many different options. We have compiled a list of the best rechargeable LED lanterns and sorted them according to their longevity, durability, and additional features, from the lowest- to the highest-rated.
10. Gama Sonic Rechargeable Emergency Lantern
With 40 LED bulbs set into a rectangular display, the Gama Sonic lantern definitely gives you plenty of light. A single charge lasts seven hours, and you can charge it with a simple wall outlet. The lamp has overcharge protection, so you can leave it plugged in until needed. The top of the lantern has a conveniently rigid handle, so you can hold the lantern in an outstretched position if needed.
9. Brisie Rechargeable Waterproof LED Camping Lantern
The Brisie rechargeable LED lantern provides long lasting light that lets you run the lamp for up to 180 hours on the dim setting. It also has a medium and high brightness for when you need a stronger light. The built in, rechargeable power bank can also be used to charge your phone when necessary. Thanks to the clip hook at the top of the lantern, you can easily attach it to tents, trees, canopies, or hiking backpacks. It also has a dustproof design that keeps debris from dimming your lamp. The only problem with this lamp according to verified customer reviews is that it only lights up along the base.
8. Supernova LED Camping Lantern
This lamp is perfect for those who need long lasting, extreme brightness. It has a convex reflector that helps to focus and strengthen the light of the lamp. With one charge, you can use the lamp continuously for up to six days. The outside is covered in a non-slip rubber and plastic molding to shield it from water and dropping. You can remove the top to focus the light upwards. A particularly convenient feature on this lamp is the slow-pulse LED indicator light that lets you find the lamp in the darkness.
7. Lighting Ever Rechargeable LED Camping Lantern
Lighting Ever’s rechargeable LED lantern is extremely versatile. The sides of this lamp detach to become flashlights if you need more portable lighting, or you can keep them attached for 360-degree lighting. It is cased in a durable, bright green plastic that is water resistant. The lamp also contains a built in compass, so it is ideal for hiking. At 600 lumens, the lamp provides plenty of light for your needs. You can use the 1800 mAH rechargeable battery, or install 3 D size batteries if you are not near a charger.
6. Tough Light LED Rechargeable Lantern.
This incredibly long lasting LED lantern can stay on for 200 hours with just a single charge. This lantern charges with a basic USB charger like the type used for most smartphones. Once charged, the lantern will hold that charge for nine months. At 400 lumens, the lamp is extremely bright, and you can turn on a red flashing option for signaling. The lamp is made from military grade rubber intended to provide water resistance and protect the lamp if dropped. Another great feature of this lamp is the power bank that lets you charge your phone from the battery.
5. Suboos Ultimate Rechargeable LED Lantern
Suboos lamp has a compact design that works well when you are traveling. It can be collapsed to an even smaller size when not in use. Make sure you have the 18650 batteries used by this lantern. The powerful batteries can last up to 11 hours even on the brightest setting. You can choose from various light modes, include a bright white, dim white, dim red, and flashing red. The Suboos lamp is also water resistant, so it does well in the outdoors.
4. Blazin’ Bison Rechargeable Emergency LED Lantern
Blazin Bison’s lamp stands out due to its incredibly long lasting battery. It has six different red and white modes of brightness and multiple flashing patterns such as “SOS.” The brightest setting is 400 lumen, or you can dim it all the way down to 10 lumens. When set on the lowest dimness level, you can run the lamp for up to 400 hours. It is drop proof for up to five feet and water resistant, so you do not have to worry about bumpy traveling, light rain, or water splashes.
3. Bodyguard LED Rechargeable Multifunction Camping Lantern
This is a solid LED lamp with two LED lights, an anti-skid bottom, and a hidden handle along the top. Bodyguard’s lamp comes with a few optional features that make it even more useful. It functions as a Bluetooth device, so you can talk on the phone without having to hold it. This Bluetooth device also works as a speaker, so you can turn your camping area into a musical party. The USB charger makes it easy to charge your lantern from an outlet, computer, or car. It folds up to a four-inch tall lamp when not in use.
2. Yieasy LED Camping Solar Lantern
This affordable rechargeable LED lantern set comes with three lamps that can be recharged with electricity or solar power. It has a collapsible design and two LED lights. You can use the light on the bottom while the lamp is folded up, or you can extend it to use a middle light too. Since this set has three lamps, you can store one in your car and one at home for emergencies. It does not have multiple lighting settings, but the single brightness level is quite useful.
1. Estink Portable LED Camping Lantern
This lantern has a waterproof and shockproof design thanks to its construction from military grade ABS material. At just over four and a half ounces, the lightweight lamp is convenient anywhere. The magnetic base on this lamp is particularly handy for situations where you need to keep your lamp upright. You can attach it to a metal camping table, a truck bed, or the bottom of a boat. Another nice feature on the Estink lamp is its five lighting modes that let you select from bright, medium, dim, red, and flashing red.
We consider the Estink model the best portable rechargeable LED lantern overall. Nevertheless, runner-ups from brands like Yieasy, Bodyguard, or Blazin’ Bison are also reliable choices when it comes to their dependability and luminosity. Do you know any other models that should be on this list?