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Gear Preview: Biolite PowerLight Mini Photo courtesy of Biolite

A wearable light that doubles as a teeny-tiny camp lantern

This little firefly is love at first light. Casting aside conventional headlamp and lantern design, the innovators at BioLite reimagined personal lighting in the form of the PowerLight Mini—a wearable light that doubles as a teeny-tiny camp lantern. Fulfilling BioLite’s mission of energy everywhere, the Mini also stores a charge for your phone via the included USB cable, making it our favorite new gadget for on-the-go light and power. At roughly the size of...

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