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6 Surprising Uses For The heli You Might Not Know!

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6 Surprising Uses For The heli You Might Not Know!

When it comes to portable power storage and dispersal, not all products are created equal. The heli is not just a standard lantern, it has a wide array of uses. We here at heli want to make sure you get the maximum use of your heli lantern.


Below are 5 surprising uses for the heli you might not know about:

 

1. Work Light


Did you know your heli is a great source of extra light for work? You can place the heli literally anywhere. With the d-clip you can hang it overhead, or you can transform the 360 degree handle into a stand to position the light in any direction.
The turbo White setting can light a 25-foot diameter area for as long as 10 hours on a single charge. That’s a lot of work!


2. Portable Power Station


Not only is the heli a light source, but it is a portable power station as well. Connect any USB or Mini USB to the heli port for instant charging. Plus you can get even more charging options with our 10-in-one cable!
With our pass-through technology you can charge both your heli and any device simultaneously.


3. Emergency Beacon


Press the power button over until it turns flashing red, this is a great emergency beacon for use on the road or on your boat. The emergency beacon was independently tested and was visible for over 1.5 miles from shore to the deck of a kayak in choppy conditions! Fully charged it can run a continuous 38 hours.


4. Night Vision

The heli also has a constant red light function. You might have seen a photo or video of military personnel reading a map with a red light at night, this is to preserve their night vision. Our eyes are less sensitive to the color red which allows us to see longer wavelengths of light.
Our constant red is sufficient for personal area lighting, such as for reading in a tent or reading a personal device without hampering night vision. Pretty neat, huh?

5. Flashlight

With the heli you don’t just have a lantern in your hands, you also have a flashlight! Simply screw off the refractor cap (top piece) to change your degree of light. Now that’s handy!

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