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Solar and Hand-Powered Safety Flashlight

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14 reviews
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A potential lifesaver in emergencies, and a helpful light on countless other occasions. This bright LED flashlight never needs batteries, so it's always ready to use. Whether you're heading out to do nighttime chores or keeping it as a safety light in your car, boat or home, you'll never be caught in the dark again.
  • Never needs batteries
  • Three light settings: energy saver (one bulb), bright (three bulbs) and emergency flasher
  • Built-in solar panel charges in bright light Hand-crank for emergency power
  • Lights for one hour after one minute of cranking
  • Floats and is waterproof up to 15 feet
  • Compact – Fits easily in purse, glove compartment or drawer
  • 6"L x 2-1/4"W
  • China
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SOLAR AND HAND-POWERED SAFETY FLASHLIGHT DESCRIPTION
"We've had this flashlight for months, and use it nearly every morning. We had been living in a very dark basement apartment, and still hardly ever had to charge it. It was always bright & reliable." --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer  

"This flashlight is great. We keep it on a window sill and it's always ready when we need it." --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer


Customer Reviews of Solar and Hand-Powered Safety Flashlight
Product Rating: 4.7 out of 5.0(14 reviews)
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- 10/25/2014
said: Mari Braveheart-Dances
"I have not used the product, and I expect I will be satisfied with it. I am dissatisfied with the packaging. The hard plastic shell surrounding the flashlight was sealed shut. This means two things to me: one is that any plastic packaging is not necessary, and two, it is hard plastic which will take even longer to break down in our Earth. I am giving the product a bad rating, because this is unacceptable packaging to me. Had I known it would come this way and be so wasteful, I would not have ordered it. I am trying to nearly get rid of plastic from my life. Lehman's is a spectacular company with many good intentions. But the only reason anyone would sell such an item packaged this way, is that in this instance money is the bottom line. I would rather pay more for something made a little closer to home, and have it be of high quality, with as little packaging as possible. Find a company somewhere else that can produce a product that is packaged in a way more in line with the true Lehman's character. Peace, Mari Braveheart-Dances - a loyal customer"
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- 6/15/2012
said: smith
"Built good, wind up seems like it will last, solar panel built on the side is a huge plus. I haven't found a port to plug in, even so I am going to order a couple more. Gave it a 4 only because I can't find the port."
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- 10/13/2014
said: Kathleen Leader
"I love this light! I have been forever buying batteries. This light pays for itself! It lasts forever when I do night chores. I am planning on getting more of these because everyone wants to use them. I regret not buying more. Well made and great quality product. "
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- 6/17/2014
said: AVJ
"I've had this solar flashlight for at least three years and keep it handy for power failures and other emergencies. This is the best flashlight I have ever purchased because of its brightness, reliability and superior quality. The first time you initially crank it you feel the quality. I am ordering another one for my family and one for my brother and one for my son's family."
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- 2/14/2014
said: bow
"I cranked this when I received it for maybe a minute or two, then forgot about it. One night decided to try it rather than put on a light AND it was still working a few months later! not sitting in any sunlight either! So, I bought all the family one for Christmas and some friends. Great to keep handy. I highly recommend this crank flashlight, the price is very good for this, too. Great quality, well made. Thank you for a good product. Bow and family."
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- 12/26/2013
said: Jean
"I just got this solar flashlight. It seems to be well made, have not had to charge but leave in front of a window. I too would like to know where the port is to charge a cell phone. I will probably buy more for other family members. Thanks."
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- 3/7/2013
said: Anonymous User
"We've had this flashlight for months, and use it nearly every morning. We had been living in a very dark basement apartment, and still hardly ever had to charge it. It was always bright & reliable. We will likely order a couple more soon! (if you're looking for a good solar LANTERN, however, d.light makes a nice one. Plus, they give one to a developing country for every lantern purchased.)"
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- 8/7/2012
said: Lydia
"This flashlight is great. We keep it on a window sill and it's always ready when we need it."
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- 7/20/2012
said: Sophia
"Got this flashlight and left in sun about one hour. Well, it works great! Got 3: one for each of us. My daughter used hers in car when out with baby to charge her phone. Nice product."
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- 7/11/2012
said: Curtis Wiltse
"I haven't had this flashlight for long, but so far, so good. I left it on the countertop, underneath a skylight, for a day or so. Then I used it on the following mornings for reading. I had it on for at least 3 hours (one bulb), and it was still shining brightly. Three bulbs didn't seem to produce a markedly brighter light than only one, so I'm guessing that for most applications, using one should be sufficient."
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