Light Up the Darkness with a MalloMe™ LanternPower outages don't normally warn you before they occur. Your power can fail any time -- not just in stormy weather when you might be half expecting an outage. All it takes is for a car to hit a power line. Suddenly you may be in the dark -- unless you have an emergency light supply handy.
As I learned one day, even birds on a power line can cause a short. Two weeks ago I learned a fuse can blow out in a transformer in my neighborhood. That day we lost power for four hours. These men were fixing the problem.
The Night the Lights Went Out
Why Did I Choose the MalloMe™ Lanterns?
Getting My Lanterns Ready to Use
Operating the MalloMe™ LED Lanterns
How Much Light Can You Expect to Get?
Where Can I Use These Lanterns?
My Opinion of the MalloMe™ LED Lanterns
I took all photos with a Canon PowerShot SX410 IS Point and Shoot Camera. Most photos were taken without using the flash. This camera works better in low light than my Nikon point and shoot cameras.
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