Camelion 6 LED Plug in Rechargeable Emergency Blackout Flashlight- up to 24 Hours of Continuous Lighting (2 Count)

(1 customer review)

Amazon.com Price: $16.95 (as of 23/10/2021 16:00 PST- Details) & FREE Shipping.

Built-in rechargeable battery allows emergency lighting up to 24 hours.
Retractable sliding plug converts device into a portable emergency flashlight
Dual mode super bright LED lighting 3 LED ( 24H) 6 LED (15H). Longer runtime compared to competitors

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The Camelion CooLED Emergency flashlight is a will have to have for each household. The blackout flashlight has 2 lighting modes low and high that are designed to keep you with light for duration of 24 hours. Easy to push button will let you switch between lighting modes. When the light is on 6 LED you are going to have 15 hours of lighting and when on 3 LED 15 hours of lighting. Equipped with a retractable charge plug allows for device to all the time be attached to a wall outlet and in a position to be used when the lights go out.
Built-in rechargeable battery allows emergency lighting up to 24 hours.
Retractable sliding plug converts device into a portable emergency flashlight
Dual mode super bright LED lighting 3 LED ( 24H) 6 LED (15H). Longer runtime in comparison to competitors
Red light indicator shows when the blackout light is charging
Usages: emergency situations, power outages, blackouts, storm season, bad weather, household, kitchen, hallway, bedroom, garage, office and plenty of other situations.

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1 review for Camelion 6 LED Plug in Rechargeable Emergency Blackout Flashlight- up to 24 Hours of Continuous Lighting (2 Count)

  1. Joe Braun

    Do Not Buy! Poorly designed junk! These flashlights lasted less than one year! What a disappointment! After only a matter of months, the flashlights failed to recharge. So, I took them apart to look inside and see what went wrong with them. I discovered that the rechargeable battery’s terminals had corroded badly and the tiny wires broke off, causing the flashlights to stop recharging. The wires inside are so thin and tiny, that the battery acid ate through them and caused them to break off.

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