21st CG 6019 Waterproof Hand Crank and Solar Flashlight

08/12/2013 - Comment

The 21st Century Goods 6019 Waterproof Hand Crank & Solar Flashlight is a perfect flashlight for such events as: Hiking Boating Fishing Hunting Camping Severe weather Cross-country skiing You usually don’t know how reliable your flashlight is until you NEED a flashlight! This incredible 3-LED solar flashlight is submersible to 15 feet! The 21st CG

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(as of 08/12/2013 1:21 AM EST - Details)

The 21st Century Goods 6019 Waterproof Hand Crank & Solar Flashlight is a perfect flashlight for such events as:

Hiking
Boating
Fishing
Hunting
Camping
Severe weather
Cross-country skiing

You usually don’t know how reliable your flashlight is until you NEED a flashlight!

This incredible 3-LED solar flashlight is submersible to 15 feet! The 21st CG 6019 Waterproof Hand-Crank & Solar Flashlight can be charged by hand-cranking or by the flashlights’ internal solar panel. Leave in the sun during the day to charge with no worries. Crank for 1 minute and have up to 60 minutes of maximum power – or 80 minutes at low power. It will have the power to light up the night!

When it comes to water, not a problem…the 21st CG 6019 Waterproof Hand-Crank & Solar Flashlight is WATERPROOF!

The 21st CG 6019 Waterproof Hand-Crank & Solar Flashlight is perfectly suited for many actual or potential emergencies, such as:

Camping
Snorkeling
Auto emergencies
Emergency preparedness
Severe weather environments

Be confident in the solar and hand-crank charging system for fail-safe bright LED light anytime…anywhere!

Product Features

  • 3 LED Super Bright Waterproof Solar and Hand Crank Flashlight
  • High Low and Flashing settings
  • Submersible to 15 Feet
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Comments

kik says:

Simple cheap flashlight saves you money on batteries I wanted a hand crank flashlight as a cheap option to my large 3-cell D MagLite for when I go camping. I hate draining its expensive batteries for simple tasks so a hand crank flashlight seemed like the perfect option for free lighting. After looking around I decided I wanted both a crank and solar power flashlight.Product arrived 4 days early(I live in a large city) and came with specifications and directions. Light was brighter than expected so I hope that continues with use…

Scott-Mo says:

Early review is in…………. First of all this is not as comfortable in your hand for use as it is for cranking. Most likely designed for ease/comfort of grip for cranking. A little wider/larger than I thought (almost 6″ long, almost 2 1/2″ at its widest). 3 modes, hi, low and strobe. Has an opening on the rear for lanyard. Feels pretty well made and sturdy. Like I said early review, have cranked it but not put it in the sun yet. Package says 8 hrs to fully charge in the sun = 4 hr run time, 1 hr sunlight charge = 90 min…

Ben says:

Just what we were looking for… After Hurricane Sandy, we wanted to be prepared for power outages. This flashlight is magnificent and does the trick. No battery required! Definitely worth the money. Might not be the most rugged in terms of taking a beating, but for the average person, this is more than adequate.

Bharti says:

It’s a $20 light, expect to get what you pay for!Pros:This light is very well put totgeher! completely sealed & water resistant.They don’t lie it is indeed bright as hell.The battery life is incredible, seems to go forever on a single charge.Cons:It is much more like a flashlight than a work / trouble light, all those LED’s seem to focus into one beam.The single red LED is completely pointless LOL.All in all it’s a great light for $20, I will use the crap out of it, but if you’re looking for more of a flood light then you should consider a better light or a more traditional trouble light.

Princesitha says:

I got this light for working outoodrs at night and power outages, which seem to happen with annoying regularity. The lights has LEDs on the tip and along one side, and you can turn on either the tip for a flashlight-like directed beam, or the side for a more ambient room-filling glow. When used in a dark room the later produces about the same amount of light as a 50 watt bulb, so it’s enough to make a room usable in the dark, but I wouldn’t want to read a book when sitting more than a few feet away.One of the things I really like are all the little extras on this light. I usually don’t go for extra features, but in this case they really make the light better. There’s a hook on the top for hanging the light, and it comes with both an AC adapter and a car charger (useful for extended power outages, camping, and more). There’s also a magnetic clip you can attach to stick the light on any metal surface. The fact that all the lights are LED also means you will never have to replace a lightbulb (woohoo). For $30 I couldn’t have asked for something better.

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