Bellingham, WA -- GEAR AID®, an award-winning manufacturer long synonymous with outdoor adventure, today introduced the new rechargeable SPARK LED Light. A compact, portable, yet powerful light, the SPARK is smaller than a wallet and lighter than a cell phone, and delivers 160 lumens of white LED light that’s dimmable and water-resistant.
What truly sets the SPARK apart from the competition however is its incredible versatility. Unlike other lights, the SPARK can be mounted, hung or angled to illuminate any task. It’s compatible with tripods, GEAR AID mounts, RAM® mounts, and GoPro® mounts with adaptor. It can even transform into a hanging lantern quickly with its included storage bag / light diffuser and hang hook.
The SPARK recharges from any USB, including power packs, computers and solar panels. It features four distinct light modes, including an SOS setting. Its 3,000mAh lithium-ion battery runs for 5-25 hours depending on setting and includes a battery indicator to help ensure you’re never left in the dark.
“People love the sleek design and versatility of the SPARK,” said Sean Fields, GEAR AID VP of Creative. “You can hang it, slip it through a belt or backpack strap, or mount in a myriad of ways to give you bright white light where and when you want it.”
Key product specs/features:
- 15 ultra-bright white LED lights deliver up to 160 lumens
- 5 to 25 hour run time with 3,000mAh lithium-ion battery
- Aluminum kickstand
- Hanging lantern kit including hook and light diffusing storage bag
- Mini-USB charging port
- 4 ounces
- MSRP: $49.95
The first in a series of new LED lights and power packs the SPARK join siblings, the ARC and the FLUX, to create a full line of multi-purpose task lighting for virtually any application. For more information, please visit GEAR AID dot com.
About: GEAR AID is rooted in the outdoors. Built on the back of trusted repair and maintenance products for outdoor gear, GEAR AID empowers consumers to ‘Make Outside Yours’ and this year is breaking out into the ‘tools’ category with an all-new series of Light & Power Stations.