BAREBONES | Beacon Light - Red
BAREBONES | Beacon Light - Red
Shed some light on life's journey with the Barebones Beacon. Our light comes with a smooth dimming feature that allows you to completely brighten your surroundings or simply set the mood. Hanging is a snap with its carabiner top, and standing is a cinch with its sturdy base.
The Beacon comes with a 30-inch cord for its rechargeable battery—which lasts 200+ hours on low or three hours on high. And thanks to a convenient battery life indicator, you'll never be left in the dark.
– A BEACON, A GUIDE –
The Beacon’s classic and functional design was inspired by two durable and lasting pieces that came before it. Its body shape and protective casing is influenced by the design of traditional fisherman’s lantern, often called the onion lamp.
These lanterns served as fishermen’s primary source of light, and aided the crew in staying the course through even the most tumultuous of elements. Offering another source of inspiration for its body shape and directly influencing the inclusion of the carabineer top is the traditional coal miners’ lamp. Anchored throughout mining tunnels, these lanterns served as miners’ guardians as they worked through dangerous environments.
A nod to both designs, enhanced by Barebones’ signature beauty and durability principles, has shed a new beam on outdoor and exploration lighting.
- Rechargeable battery
- Emits up to 220 Lumens
- Can run up to 200 hours on low before needing to be recharged
- Comes with 30" charging cord
- Available in antique bronze, red, copper
- 1 year limited warranty
6" x 3"
- LED: 3 Watt Cree
- Light Spectrum: 3000K
- Lumens: Low: 30 High: 220
- Battery: (1) 8W Lithium-Ion Cell
- Recharge Time: 4-5 Hours
- Hours: Low: 200+ Med: 5-6 High: 3 (depending on setting)
- Input: 5V, Up to 1A Max
- Stamped Steel
ABOUT BAREBONES LIVING:
"Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you love. Come, be drawn by your True North."- Rumi -
Barebones founder Robert Workman grew up doing cattle drives on his family’s ranch. Even as a young boy who had just learned to ride, he’d set out at dawn to avoid the heat of the day and drive cattle down the path. At that hour, the cattle moved slow as cattle do. The Chuck Wagons would leave camp at the same time and set up where they estimated the drivers would stop for the day. At the end of the drive, all hot and dirty and bone-weary, Robert and his companions would sit down for a meal that tasted like heaven—a meal cooked in well seasoned cast iron.
"When I'm in the garden on my ranch, with my hands in the earth or witnessing the magic of a star-filled sky far from city lights or fully experiencing conscious time spent in nature, everything trivial falls away. I'm reminded why I'm here and what matters to me most. It is humbling and expansive all at once. It brings clarity and renews my passion to create the impactful life I imagine made vibrant by family, nature and the humanitarian work I love.
My intention is for Barebones to inspire a desire to consciously engage with nature and, as the poet Rumi invites, 'Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you love.' Come, be drawn to your True North."
Founder & Chairman of the Board
How Our Products Are Imagined
Appreciating the quality, design and uniqueness of Barebones products requires understanding the 'why' behind our product development.
Before Barebones was founded in 2012, our first products were imagined, designed and developed to support our Founder's global humanitarian efforts and passion to help people provide for their own basic needs.