Solar LED flashlight uses the sun to prevent injury
Jul 14, 2009 16:53
Flashlight powered by solar energy.
Going back home after dark, especially if the neighborhood isn’t as friendly in filling up any pits before you come back home, is always a risky business. Flashlights do help you getting back home safe, but the day when your luck runs out, the batteries in that won’t be charged or replaced. The Solar LED flashlight from ChinaVasion doesn’t need a lucky man to survive the pits and potholes on the road, but actually a decent amount of solar charge daily.
The flashlight comes with a built-in solar panel that can recharge the flashlights Li-ion battery, which is good enough for a decent illumination by powering the 10 LEDs the flashlight is equipped with. Considering that LEDs won’t eat much of your flashlights solar charge, a decent amount of sun exposure will definitely guarantee a safe back home trip. The flashlight is priced at $9.79, but the company isn’t shipping just one piece. May be a second for your loved one will help.
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