Solar-Powered Flashlight Goes Anywhere
Tired of grabbing a flashlight, only to find the batteries are dead? Our solar flashlight uses the sun's energy to charge its bright LED lights. Even if the solar charge runs out, the flashlight still works: just pull the string as a backup power source. Small, handy size is great for glove compartment, home, or purse. Water resistant to go anywhere.
5-1/4"L x 2"W x 3/4"D
(based on 6 reviews)
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from La Verne, CA
Comments about Plowhearth Solar-Powered Flashlight:
I have one other solar flash light. This one is a nice size however it is made of a cheep plastic and I am afraid it will not last very long. the string you use to wind it up, is think fish wire. Not sure it will hold up. Nice concept.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Perfect Purse Partner
from Provo, Utah
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
This flashlight is so handy to carry and find in my purse. It is thin so is not bulky. It fits my hand well and does not feel like a toy.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
"Solar Perfect One"
By Quality Driven, Bargain Hunter
from Eagle Rock, CA
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Gave one as a Father's Day present, stashing one as a Christmas stocking stuffer, keeping one in my purse. The 'string-pulling charging mechanism' makes it so excellent, so perfect! Will order several for Christmas if available by then.
Great little flashlight
from San Diego, CA
I bought this for my dad who gets up frequently at night. He loves it. He doesn't have to change batteries and travels with it regularly. It's easy to charge and the charge seems to last a long time. I just might have to get one for myself!
from Jacksonville, NC
This was purchased for my dad and he loves it.
Best little solar light
from Texoma upper part of east Texas
The light is used for when I coming home and the sun has set. It is used when power is out or I just need a light to guide my steps or find something in the dark. The light is along a flat line, but it is a very bright light.