This rechargeable solar flashlight packs 280 lumens of on demand light. With an integrated solar panel, it has the ability to recharge slowly using solar energy alone, but can also be recharged with the included USB cord, or quickly with the 10 watt solar phone charger. It has a solar lantern mode, spotlight ability and a red strobe emergency setting. A magnetic back allows for hands free use.
Solar Assisted Flashlight
$29 $39 You save 25% ($10)
Weight & Dimensions
6.68" x 1.38" x .98"
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24 hours (Solar)
4 hours (USB)
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1000 ft reach
In the Box
USB Cable (1x)
3 brightness modes
Toggle between lantern, spotlight, & emergency.
20-hour battery life
Charge once and forget about it.
Charge your phone
Power up any USB compatible device.
Bottom snaps to surfaces for hand-free use.
- cell phone
- light patterns
It is light, bright, functional, quality built and handy with a nice magnetic on the bottom to stick to things. Once enhancement might be a carry strap. It is not a true solar light but the solar capability will add to your light charge. It still should be charged via USB and augmented by solar. You have to remove the cardboard insert at the bottom before using or charging. There is a rubber ring around the on/off, charge port opening. You have to remove that in order to charge the light or use it to charge devices. The cover over this opening does not stick in well so I have re-used the rubber ring to cover the cover/opening, thereby holding it in .. adds back the protection. Overall great light!! Would buy another if the price was the same but alas it has gone up. Shipment was from Canada so no duties, customs to work about. I hope this extends the "Flow/heater/Shower kit" that I wish to buy.
Got my order & unpacked everything. Of course all, if not most, battery accessories will need a full charge to be able to get FULL use out of them, so I connected everything & waited. The Solar Flashlight seemed exciting with the many different options. I tested it while on USB charge & became familiar with it. After several hours of charge I disconnected from USB & nothing. Now in the instructions it clearly states "Do not open or disassemble the flashlight body to prevent electrical shock or permanent damage." Also on the package front there is a very obvious sticker stating "For proper use, remove cardboard filler from bottom of battery." Nowhere, in the instructions or on the website, does it show or state that the bottom case cap will need to be unscrewed to find this cardboard filler. I find the machining of the aluminum case to be very good, the rest of the design seems flawless & the functions to be easy to use but this one small mistake of not clearly showing how to remove the cardboard filler or where to find it is very daunting & could eliminate many returns or failure issues. I cannot give top quality marks because of this one mistake, sorry folks it is a small technical issue but my past experience with this type of issue is what I have based my whole career on - testing & quality inspections.
I used the light daily. Its fantastic for off grid because of the solar assisted function. I truly believe solar is the future.
It charges from the sun and two other cable port options which is a great feature. Also has three different light setting options.