Summit Solar Lantern

The Solar Lantern converts light into power for charging electronic devices and provides light when there isn't any.
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Illuminate your life with the self sustaining Summit Solar Lantern. The dual array solar panel charger system combined with the USB port gives you the ability to charge the lantern or mobile device on the go. Other charging options include AC power wall charger and a 12 volt car adapter. This lantern is essential for home or car emergency kits and weekend camping trips. Also great for the cabin, boating, or ATV rides.


  • Three charging options
  • Dual array solar panel charging system
  • AC power charger/DC 12v car charger
  • Internal rechargeable batteries
  • 8 LED lantern lights
  • On/Off switch fully adjusts brightness
  • Charging station for smartphones and mp3's
  • Lightweight, durable, easy to use, and safe for children
  • Up to 10 hours of LED use off of a full charge


  • 2.2 Watt dual array solar panel
  • 110V/220V AC charger for wall use
  • 5 - 1.2 V rechargeable batteries
  • 8 LED lantern lights (100,000 hour life)
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5" x 4.5" x 4.5"

Product Downloads

 MSSL Instruction Manual


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  • From bbboomer1951 at 8/31/13 4:26 PM
    • I had the lantern plugged into the electric for 8 hours and the light was still red, how long does it take to charge? Is there any information on your website for this lantern on how to charge and maintain it ?
    • When plugged into a 110V AC outlet, it will take 5-6 hours to charge the lantern. When fully charged the red light will be replaced by a blue light. If you send an email to we can send you a PDF of the instructions for more information.
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  • From Steve A. Dagro at 6/12/13 4:43 PM
    • How many Lumens does the light put out.
    • The Summit Solar Lantern puts out 150 lumens.
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  • From Scott Hiebert at 5/7/13 12:47 PM
    • When I open the solar display to charge the batteries the red lights go on. They get brighter the more direct the sunlight is available. But they don't go off. I've been charging the batteries for about three days now so the batteries should be fully charged, but the red lights are indicating the unit is still charging. What am I not understanding here?
    • During this time of year the sun is not at it's highest point resulting in the lantern not being in the suns direct sunlight causing the lantern to not fully charge, turning the light blue. You can get a full charge, turning the light blue, if you plug it into an outlet to complete the full charge.
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