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Squeeze hand crank to chargeLEDs will last up to 50,000 hoursThree ultrabright white LEDsIncludes nylon lanyard2" x 4"
This emergency flashlight offers a built-in squeeze dynamo to power the flashlight. Just squeeze the dynamo like a hand-crank on the sides to charge up the power of the battery. The long lasting LEDs will last for up to 50,000 hours. The three LEDs are ultrawhite and are remarkably bright. It's great for camping, automotive, boating and emergencies. Includes nylon lanyard.
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I got one of these flashlights. It was five dollars when I got mine. It works great. I did look at the other reviews. Those comments ranged from "lifesaver" to "piece of junk". My thoughts were that such varying opinions meant that I needed to form my own opinion, and it was worth five dollars to me just to check things out.
Its a great little flashlight. It's made out of plastic, so it can't be torture tested - but if treated with just a bit of care performs quite well. As one person said, the beam has a total effective range of about 30 feet with the first 15 feet being what I would call usable. The dynamo charges easily and quickly with a few squeezes of the lever. That charge stays in place quite well. I gave mine a half dozen squeezes to get things bright and set it aside. No apparent loss of stored energy after a month on the shelf. No batteries needed. Built in manual recharging. Long life LED's. Compact and lightweight. What's not to like? I would suggest that you check each one for proper functioning before putting it in your emergency supplies, but emergency equipment should always be checked out before packing away anyway.
So, it isn't built like a tank and you can't treat it like one, but I'm going to get a couple more with my next order.
It feels cheap, that is because it is cheap, but it works. I just ordered more because it is a good deal in my opinion. If you are on the fence, just buy it. You will be glad you did.
When batteries become scarce, this light will be worth its weight in gold. Especially if we get an emp and you have them in farraday storage. I just ordered 5 more. $3 is stupid cheap.
Good price. Very practical. Save money by purchasing them singly rather than as a pack of three, but still a good price. even for $9.99!
I would like to say that these hand cranked lights have gotten me through the hurricane in Florida by not needing battery power
They got me through, I have 6 or more and I am planning to get more.I now how important they are when I lost my power and I had one in
every room and when my candles burnt out they helped me find more candles and other safety items I needed that I could of never found without
this amazing light.
The plastic body feels a bit cheap, but it has a pretty decent amount of light coming out of a little flashlight that sells for $2.99. This can be stored up in a survival kit, since it never needs batteries, and with LED bulbs, it will always be ready to go. I would recommend this.
this flashlight is a very nice product! If the light goes bad, all you have to do is simply release a pump and pump some juice into it. 5 out of 5
Just got 3 of these. Brighter than expected, & they stay lit even when not working the dynamo. Also like how the case is translucent so you can see the inner workings.
I have ordered several of these and they work well but I have received a couple duds. I would check the flashlight out to be sure they work just in case you might really need it.
I got 2 of these and checked them out tonight.
1. charges fast 2-3 pumps
2. A bit light weight but will work for camping or emergencies.
3.I used them outside of my house and they were great for about 8-10 feet and I could see about 30 feet or so, but just enough to walk not to find some thing I dropped or to see a animal (might see a shadow but would not now what it was).
4 Has 3 led lights in a row but all are focused to one spot and it is round light like a flashlight.
5 I will buy some more for camping or emergencies but will try to get them buy one get one (bogo) or free shipping but for 2.99 its a fair price but don't drop them they might brake.