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Solar Flashlight and Power Bank

R359

Retail: R400

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This deal expired on 2021-01-20.

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Never waste money on torch batteries again! The Solar Flashlight Is Solar Powered! Leave it on your dashboard or on a sunny windowsill to keep it charged for when you need it. Powerful 500 Lumen flash light can be seen for up to 500 meters away.  It throws a beam for 300 meters.  Emergency Strobe Light Setting Along with four more Lighting Modes. Charge Your Phone Anywhere, Anytime with the USB Port output!

Product Features
  • Built in rope and seat belt cutting blade
  • Solar Powered Recharging
  • High and Low Beam torch LED modes
  • High and low beam lamp LED modes
  • Emergency orange flashing light and powerful emergency strobe
  • Glass Breaking safety Hammer
  • Personal alarm
  • Solid and durable but not too heavy to carry!
Product Specifications
  • Power bank output: 1A / 5V
  • USB Input: 1A / 5V
  • Battery: 2000mAh Lithium Ion, 18650 cell
  • Weight: 340g
  • Dimensions: 65mm x 197mm
  • Solar panel: Monocrystalline 50MA / 5V
  • Front LED:  10W CREE LED bulb, 500 lumens, Illuminates up to 300m
  • Side panel white LED’s: 10 x SMD LED, 0.2W
  • Side panel orange LED’s: 6 x SMD LED, orange colour, 0.2W
  • Certification: IEC 60950-1 safety report, CE, ROHS.  (SGS)
  • Materials: High-grade aluminium alloy and ABS
  • Magnet: Neodymium
  • Alarm: 120 Decibel, 3 sound modes
  • Water resistance: IP55!
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