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The Biolite PowerLight Mini Portable Lantern

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The Biolite PowerLight Mini clippable lantern is now available from Biolite. It’s a portable lantern, bike light and USB charger all in one, weighs in at less than 80 grams and fits in your pocket.

First purchase at Biolite? Get a coupon for $15 off your order.

We recently got a chance to review this unit, and we really liked it. Check out our review here.

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Save 20% site-wide at Biolite

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Update: The 20% off code expired so use this biolite coupon code  instead to take $15 off any purchase.

Save 20% sitewide at Biolite. Save on everything on the site which includes USB charging backcountry wood stoves, accessories, grills and more.

Four days only, valid through November 30.

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Free 2 day shipping at Biolite

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For free shipping day, December 18, BioLite is offering free shipping with purchase over $75. Valid over the weekend through December 20.

Discount applies automatically at checkout, no coupon code required.  All orders shipping to the 48 contiguous states and over $75 will qualify for a free upgrade to 2-day shipping.

Begins December 18 at midnight.

Looking for more? Also check out a code that will give you $15 off your purchase.

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$15 off BioLite Coupon Code

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Turn Fire Into Electricity. BioLite makes award-winning products that cook, charge, and light your life off-the-grid.

Get $15 off when you spend $75 or more at BioLite Store and use this coupon code.

We are loving the BioLite Stove.

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Biolite cooking stove turns fire into electricity charging your phone or camera. It boils 1 litter of water in 4.5 minutes!

 

A bit more about BioLite

BioLite makes award-winning products that cook, charge, and light your life off-the-grid.

You simply use small pieces of wood scavenged near you to build a small fire inside the stove which then generates electricity to charge any electronic device through the built in USB port. The stove also provides enough heat to boil water to make coffee, tea or to hydrate those freeze dried or dehydrated meals you carried with you into the backcountry.

I like the fact that you are using natural fuel (wood) so you don’t have to cary gas canters or liquid fuel which saves weight in your pack and gets rid of any potential fuel spills or leakage. There is something deeply satisfying watching the sticks burn inside the stove.

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