Liberty Lantern: The ONLY Solar Powered LED Lantern and Mobile Device Charger!

Liberty Lantern Product Description And Information

The Liberty Lantern is the ONLY solar powered LED lantern and USB mobile device charger on the market today. It’s LED light shines bright for up to 120,000 hours and can be easily recharged in the 4 following ways:

  • By USB charger from a wall adapter
  • By USB charger from a laptop or computer
  • By Solar Panel with indoor or outdoor light
  • By Hand Crank

  • Liberty Lantern Features And Benefits:

  • No batteries required!
  • USB output charging port for recharging your mobile devices.
  • 16 Ultra Bright LED Light Bulbs last up to 120,000 hours.
  • Built-in dimmer adjusts from an ultra-bright light to a soft candlelight glow.
  • Attractive antique style design, adds a nice decorative touch anywhere!
  • Durable weather resistant design, great for both indoor and outdoor use!
  • Always remains cool to the touch.

  • Liberty Lantern TV Offer Details:

    Order your Liberty Lantern today for just $19.95 plus $9.95 P&H and we’ll send you a second Liberty Lantern for $9.95 processing and handling. Plus you’ll have the opportunity to get a bonus Fold Up Lantern for $6.95 P&H.

    Liberty Lantern Customer Service:

    Phone: 1-862-437-1111 extension 14

    Customer service is available Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm Eastern Time.

    Please allow 24-48 hours for customer service to have information on your order.

    Your Credit Card will not be charged until your order ships.

    Please allow 2-6 weeks for your order to be delivered.

    All orders plus applicable tax. 30-Day Money Back Guarantee (minus P&H and any return shipping charges).

    What are YOUR thoughts about the Liberty Lantern? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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    16 comments on “Liberty Lantern: The ONLY Solar Powered LED Lantern and Mobile Device Charger!
    1. wang78739 says:


    2. Tinkltinklburger says:

      1st and flashlights are not hard to hold and they have flashlights that dont need batteries

    3. irken24 says:

      Excuse me, but did they just say it’s hard to point a flashlight where you need the light to be? That’s the whole point of a flashlight, you idiots!

    4. jumpstyleftw says:

      But It has an USB port.

    5. Jennie Puth says:

      yes, lets cut some cabbage in the dark

    6. donnk says:

      so tacky

    7. HTFsplendid says:

      the classic infomercial music is back!

    8. simlover00 says:

      4 ways to charge? i only counted 3: sun, wind and usb

    9. mrpotatohead34 says:

      later in the video, it says it has a built in hand crank in there.

    10. Brian McLoughlin says:

      Irken24: Your missing the point, they are saying the light can stay focused in an area where it is needed for an extended period of time with out giving up a hand.

    11. Brian McLoughlin says:

      Try holding a flashlight during an extended black out period while three kids run around and tell me if thats fun? Also Dynamo flashlights that you are referring to are typically under .75watt output and require constant cranking. From what I can calculate if it has 16 leds at full brightness this should be about 1.2watts which is actually very bright. I know after Sandy we could have used a few of these in the house for the five days we had no power.

    12. Brian McLoughlin says:

      Your saying its tacky as you display a picture of a child with down syndrome in a satirical sense????

    13. Divintatis says:

      What if the blackout lasts more than 120,000 hours?

    14. NeedTheHealJuice says:


    15. Alyssa Dore says:

      wet brush

    16. twingo famemonster says:

      Well I do admit this better then the Old Brooklyn Lantern. But why would I charge from my computer? Doesn’t that seem a little silly?

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