The Ready Hour 9-in-1 Multi-Function LED Solar Rechargeable Flashlight
Necessity when camping, hiking or enjoying the great outdoors. Compact enough to fit easily into your backpack go bag. Another reason to own this Ready Hour reliable flashlight is that you do not want to be left in the dark if the lights go out! This is solar powered so no need to ever worry about batteries and waste.
But, it's more than just a flashlight! This solar powered light combines nine functions into one unit. Check out the details below:
- Ultra-bright LED flashlight
- Solar panel
- Power bank to charge other devices or batteries
- Red SOS light and strobe
- Room work light
- Seat belt / rope cutter
- Glass-breaking hammer for car windows
- Detachable compass
- Magnet to attach to your vehicle or other metal
- 2,000 mAh battery - Recharge it thousands of times, either using the sun, or "fast charge" it using the USB cable (when recharging at 2 amps, it will take 1 hour and 4 amps takes 30 minutes)
- 50 mAh solar panel - solar charging at its finest
- 3 watt LED Chip - project 200 yards of light
- 200 lumens - an average light bulb is 60, so you have some extra power.
- IP 65 Waterproof Rating - no need to worry when you need to use it in the rain, or drop it in a puddle.
- Shipping weight of 1.05 pounds
- Flashlight is 9.0” long x 2.5” wide
- 3.7V Cylindrical Lithium Ion cell
- High-quality, aluminum construction
- Diamond-thread, anti-slip handle
- Adjustable wrist strap for night use
Ships in a sturdy box that measure 10 x 5.5 inches.
Battery Care: As with all battery-run devices, proper upkeep is critical for the prolonged function of this unit. If the unit is left to sit for long periods, the battery can drain and even become inoperable. Make sure to charge the battery every few months to extend its life and performance.
Caution: This flashlight contains sharp edges (seat belt/rope cutter).
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.