USA – 03-25-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — SOSSolarlight the renowned manufacturer of solar powered products have just launched their latest flashlight that is completely powered by the sun. It can be charged using sun or any other light source during the day. It can hold its charge for up to 3 years, the longest solar powered flashlight charge available on the market today. Never worry about not having light again.
SOS Solarlight designed the flashlight with durability and functionality in mind. It is the perfect companion for when there are power outages, car breakdowns, or for camping, backpacking and any other situation a small but powerful light is needed for. The longevity in the charge is a key feature, but there’s also a battery powered backup which lasts for an incredible 7 years. As well as these features the flashlight is shock resistant, has a built-in compass, an LED bulb for power and is completely waterproof. The cone-spot pattern of the flashlight focuses the light on objects and then extends out for optimum results. It’s great for up to 40 feet or more. People can use the flashlight in adverse weather conditions and any other situation necessary because of the compact but highly durable design.
When creating the product Michael Andre, Head Product Designer of SOS Solarlight said “when our flashlight was in the development stages the main goal was that it would make people’s lives easier. No more batteries, and better for the environment. We are delighted with what we have achieved, and the product speaks for itself”. While customer reviews have been unanimously positive. One user commented “this is one of the best flashlights I have ever bought, I use it around the house all the time”.
The solar flashlight is available on the SOSSolarlight website and Amazon and is priced at $15.95.
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