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February 01, 2018

You’re headed out on a trip and need to know how to pack your lights. This post will give you all the information you’ll need to determine how much space the lights will take up. For more information on traveling with your LuminAID lights, see this post.

All LuminAID lights ship in their packaging, which includes multilingual instruction manuals in English, Spanish, French, and German. They will be shipped in inners or masters by default. See below for the weights and sizes of these boxes by product.

 

PackLite Halo Shipping Diagram

 PackLite Halo Multilingual Instruction Manuals 

 

 

PackLite Nova USB Shipping DiagramPackLite Nova USB Multilingual Instruction Manuals 

 

 

PackLite Max 2-in-1 Phone Charger Shipping DiagramPackLite Max 2-in-1 Phone Charger Multilingual Instruction Manuals 

 

 

PackLite Hero 2-in-1 Supercharger Shipping DiagramPackLite Hero 2-in-1 Supercharger Multilingual Instruction Manuals 

 



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