NEBO Z-Bug Lantern + Light AA 250 Lumens Lanterns

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Bug-Zapping LED Lantern and Flashlight

The next line of bug defense is Z-Bug Lantern + Light. Equipped with bug-attracting NUV LEDs and a 360º bug-zapping electric grid, this lantern & spot light combo will keep your outdoor excursions enjoyable and bug free! The handle easily adjusts to conveniently serve both light modes. Z-Bug Lantern + Light includes Z-Bug Bulb Sweeper to remove insect remains from the grid housing.

• 120 lumens - 18 hours / 120 meters

• White (250 lumens) - 6 hours / 10 meters
• White & NUV LEDs - 24 hours
• NUV LEDs (395nm) - 40 hours

• Fully dimmable
• 360º insect-zapping rails (1,000 - 1,200V)
• 360º protective cover for electric rails
• Adjustable handle

• Side-positioned, ON/OFF button

• Z-Bug Bulb Sweeper for easy cleaning

• Powered by 3 AA batteries (included)

• 0.3 lbs.
• Height: Closed - 5.46” / Open - 7.79”
• Diameter: 3.58”

Q: Can you hear the bugs getting "zapped"?

A: The noise generally associated with bug lights is caused primarily by the exoskeleton of the insect.

For most small bugs, including mosquitoes, you likely wouldn't hear a noise. It is possible that for

larger insects you could hear a noise.


Q: Does the UV light actually attract mosquitoes?

A: All bright light attracts flying insects. In particular, many scientists agree that mosquitoes can see

and are attracted to UV light. When the flying insect is drawn towards the light they come in contact

with the electrically charged grid that zaps and kills them.


Q: Does the Z-BUG Lantern have to be on for the bug zapper to work, or will it kill flying bugs even

with the light off?

A: The UV LEDs of the Z-BUG Lantern have to be on in order to attract and kill the flying insects.


Q: Will insects fall to the outside of the bulb or will they also fall inside the BUG Lantern’s zapper

cage? Will I need to clean it?

A: This depends largely on the way that the bulb stands within the fixture. To clean, turn off the power

switch then remove bulb from socket and shake out any bug remains. You can also use the Z-BUG

Brush that comes with each Lantern and carefully sweep out any bug remains.


Q: Is the Z-BUG Lantern water and rain proof? 

A: The Z-BUG Lantern is intended for indoor/outdoor use, but it is not water proof.


Q: At what distance will the Z-BUG Lantern attract flying bugs?

A: Generally, it should attract bugs as far as 15-25 feet away or as far as the UV light is visible to the flying bugs.


Q: Can this be used indoors also?

A: The Z-Bug Lantern + Light can be used indoors or outdoors.


Q: UV is ultraviolet, but what are NUV LEDs?

A:  Ultraviolet wavelengths range from 10nm up to 400nm.  The wavelengths that are found in the 350nm to 400nm range are often referred to as Near-UV, since they fall near the outer end of the overall UV spectrum.

Q - What is the Prop 65 warning, and should I be worried before I purchase?
A - Our “WARNING” notices are mandated by California Proposition 65. We believe that our products are completely safe for consumer use and if any Prop 65 listed chemicals were to be present, we believe they would be within the safe harbor levels for exposure as published by Prop 65.
Our lighting products use Polycarbonate (PC) lenses for light projection, and Bisphenol A (BPA) is a precursor chemical used to make PC lenses. Prop 65 identifies BPA as a cause of reproductive toxicity.
Our lighting products use Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) plastic for battery carriers and other enclosures, and Styrene is a precursor chemical used to make ABS plastic. Prop 65 identifies Styrene as a chemical that can cause cancer.
Please note that PC and ABS plastics are not listed polymers under Prop 65, but the identified precursor chemicals are listed and in some cases these finished plastics may contain low levels of the chemical in the plastic. Therefore, out of an abundance of caution we decide to adopt this marking in 2017 to alleviate any legal issues that could arise from an improperly marked product sold in California. These warnings are not required by FDA or other Federal agencies.