• MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
  • MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking
MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking

MECO Hand Cranking Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight Emergency LED Flashlight Carbiner Dynamo Quick Snap Clip Backpack Flashlight Torch Weather Ready for Camping Outdoor Climbing Hiking

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  • Emergency flashlight With Built-In Rechargeable battery, store energy in for a long time, No external battery needed! excellent survival hiking gear!
  • High conversion efficiency, Cranking for 6 mins gives an hour light, Ready for the uncertain world
  • Classic Design, Durable, Army Green vs Dim Gray,Outdoor Survival Gear, The Shake Flashlight is Best Gift for Outdoor Activities or Hurricane
  • Mini Size: 124x45x32mm Weight: 86g/3oz With A Quick to Use Carabiner Clip, Clip it on your backpack and take it for camping hiking climing etc.
  • Quality Assurance: 40-day Money Back Guarantee&18 months hassle-free warranty with considerate customer service. 100% Happy Shopping in MECO; 100% POSITIVE AMAZON SELLER RATINGS; 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE

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Not very bright. It's ok for an emergency flashlight if you are driving in the middle of the night or the power goes out but it is not very bright at all. I would rate this along the lines of a keychain type flashlight for brightness just so anyone reading this is aware. 3Handy, compact and very easy to use - My Go-to emergency flashlight So far so good. I've owned this nifty little product for a few months now and have been very pleased with it. Last spring we had a bit of a storm come thru central NC and although we own a number of survival/emergency type items, after surviving the inconveniences of that ordeal I knew we needed to add a few more items to our "emergency plan" inventory; This small but powerful solar powered hand crank flashlight is a great addition.Let me run down a list of categories that I found necessary and important in my purchase of this particular product.PRICE: At less than 10 bones the price point IMHO is great!! Provided I get some longevity out of the rechargeable internal batteries the savings in replacement batteries is already made up say after 3-5 months of owning it and using it. $10 to give me and my family piece of mind is well worth the price. And compared to other similar products the price point is definitely reasonableCONSTRUCTION: It appears to be made of a hard durable plastic. Very lightweight and feels pretty good in my hand when I'm cranking the fold out handle to manually charge it up. Not sure if its "waterproof" or water resistant. At this price point I would venture to say it's neither, however I'll do further testing to give a more definitive answer in a later review. The item has a built in carabineer; it works, however as another reviewer pointed out, I think a solid rear construction of the case with just a simple hole thru it for attaching a purpose built carabineer would have been a better option. The crank mechanism is made of plastic and although felt relatively solid, it will by no means sustain rough or improper cranking use. Basically, take your time and gently crank so as not to exert any type of "sideways" motion to the cranking mechanismAPPEARANCE/WEIGHT: Its sleek and almost has a military look to it. I think it would serve the company better if it were offered in a variety of colors, such as highly visible Orange, yellow, or neon green. Easier to visually process during a power outage or find if dropped during a camping outing. Coming in at only a few ounces it easily fits into a pocket, clips on to a backpack or hangs on a wall mounted key hook. Honestly I have wallets that weight more than this item.LIGHT BRIGHTNESS: Although the instructions claim an average 40 lumen rating, when first charged and used it seems the light is brighter ( closer to 60 -100 lumens) and dulls or averages out over extended usage to a duller 40 lumen rating. With that said, for my intended purpose the light is plenty bright enough since I'm using this in an emergency setting versus a trail blazing/ camping type setting. Inside a dark home or even outside of the house during a power outage the product produces more than enough light to see adequately to accomplish simple tasks such as checking breakers in a panel box, scanning my roof (two-story home) to confirm or deny any roof damage from inclement weather or just to move freely thru a blacked out home without worry of bumping into every piece of furniture.USE: The item is basically a no-brainer to use. Flip the power switch forward or backwards to turn it on or off. With it off either set it out in the sun or beneath another light source to charge it OR flip out/up the hand crank and continuously crank it for 1 minute to 6 minutes to get anywhere from 15 minutes up to an hour of Light usage. We cranked it once for 6 minutes when it first arrived, turned it on to make sure it still worked and then once a week for an entire 2 months turned it on for 2 minutes just to see how long the charge would last. Here it is going into the 4th month and it's still charged up and working fine:-)REPLACEMENTS: Both the LED bulbs and batteries are sealed within the case. Yes, I suspect it could be unscrewed and broken down to its inner components, however, this product is not set up to be a "replenishable" item like a store bought, Duracell/energizer battery operated type flashlight. So, basically once the bulbs are burnt out or the internal battery is shot, the item is meant to be thrown away. With that said, in an emergency type situation such as an item used during occasional power outages or roadside vehicular inconveniences I can't imagine this product NOT lasting for many years.SUMMARY: Overall I'm really happy with the purchase, so much so I bought several to have on hand (1 in each car and 1 on each floor of the house). The product is very easy to use and I've included a video of my 12 year old cranking and operating it. Only time will tell, but I fully expect this item to last me for MANY years to come. Hope this review helps you in your decision:-) 5i keep one in my car perfect for the car....don't have to worry about spare batteries or not having juice when you need the light the most. one thing is that it was smaller than i expected, not that it's a bad thing just figured from the pics it would be bigger. now, you must keep in mind that it's a capacitive device, meaning that when you crank it, you are not charging a battery but a capacitor instead. i'm saying that as many might think cranking will give them longer times than reality of light emission. i keep a really bright small flashlight in my pocket as an every day carry thing so this is a back up in the car but all that being said, no batteries are needed and it even has a solar panel to charge up that way too. great value for that oh crap moment and you need light. 5MEH. Works in some situations. I really wanted to love this. I used this on a backpacking trip. It worked, but it was a pain in the rear. I clipped it to the outside of the pack so the sun could charge it as we hiked. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that the flashlight had been on (the light had flipped to the on position) all day and hadn't charged. I was sure that I had just been really stupid and left it on. There was bunches of annoying hand cranking that night (and not the best light), the next day I was extra careful to make sure that the light was off when I clipped it to my pack. Low and behold, I checked it during our lunch break to find it had moved into the on position AGAIN. :( Turns out that this continued to happen. This just didn't work for me how I needed it to. Thankfully you can crank charge it too or it would have been miserable. If you have the ability to lay this out in the sun during the day and come back to it, like in a home or camping type setting, I think this would be fine. If you intend to use it backpacking or in motion- I'm not sure its worth it. I'll keep trying to find away to make this work for me but I'll also have to continue to carry a backup. 3this is the best 10 bucks you will ever spend this is the best 10 bucks you will ever spend, the light is not super bright but in an emergency who cares, I bought this because recently we were in my wifes car and needed one, I had 3 of flashlights in her car, glove box, console and emergency kit in the back . they all had dead batteries. I was really ticked off, if I had this I would not ever need to waste time on dead batteries, problem solved, If you think this is an 800 lumen light your an idiot, its for emergency use and not super bright but will get you out of a jamb or fix a tire at night etc. 5Excellent Mini Hand Crank Light Simple, functional hand crank flashlight1. Tight cranking mechanism2. 1 min crank = 1hr+ light3. 1 min solar charge = 5-15 mins light (didn't get consistent results, probably due to different light levels at different times of day)4. Bright LED light5. Caribiner is functionalyMy only complaint with this little light is that the caribiner isn't very friendly. The gate should probably be rounder because it's tough to push all the way down. I would almost have just gone with a hook on the end of it and added a small aluminum caribiner for carrying with it like some other products do. That said, I really love everything else about this light!Highly recommended!Note: I base my reviews on a) the functionality of all parts of the product based on its manufacturer intended use [not what I want or expect it to be able to do], and b) the usefulness of the product for my intended use [which I tend to base off the manufacturer intended use]. 5Crank broke after zero use in only 2 months! (CUSTOMER SUPPORT PLEASE!) I just bought this in January. Haven't used it all. Getting ready for a camping trip and went to attach it to my bag and with no rough use the crank handle broke off! If I was in an emergency situation I would be in big trouble. Maybe I got a defective one and I am hoping that their customer support folks chime in (in which case I will change my review), but for now this is a one star item. 1Great concept but still has flaws that need tweaking.... Okay so sadly this gets two stars out of five for me. It was unable to keep a charge, despite being left in direct sunlight for days. Even after which I used the self power crank to attempt to charge it further and it still did not keep a charge. I am however, in a relatively harsh desert environment but Sun is Sun and a physical crank charge system should still work as designed. I would not recommend this item for anyone who needs a better alternative flashlight. Look for something else. 2Gets the job done, solid product Great for the price. Not the brightest - i think it's 200 lumens - but what it lacks in brightness it makes up for in durability and longevity. Bought it for the crank and solar panel, don't like buying batteries all the time. I noticed my hand doesn't get as tired turning the crank if I hold flashlight from the bottom clip, rather than from the sides. The solar panel works in natural and artificial light. Other reviewers said how much of a beating it can take - it's a very sturdy, solid construction, lightweight but not cheap feeling. I don't have to worry about it falling apart when I need it most. I like that i can clip it to my shirt collar or put it around my neck on a cord so it's hands free. Instructions recommend cranking for at least 1min once a month to extend the battery's lifespan. Great buy. 5Flashlight handles the weather Flashlight works as expected. It tolerates bad weather well. I found this out when I dropped it outside, where it was rained on, snowed on and frozen for four days until I found it because I noticed a dim light still on after four days. I was impressed. 4
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Not very bright. It's ok for an emergency flashlight if you are driving in the middle of the night or the power goes out but it is not very bright at all. I would rate this along the lines of a keychain type flashlight for brightness just so anyone reading this is aware. 3Handy, compact and very easy to use - My Go-to emergency flashlight So far so good. I've owned this nifty little product for a few months now and have been very pleased with it. Last spring we had a bit of a storm come thru central NC and although we own a number of survival/emergency type items, after surviving the inconveniences of that ordeal I knew we needed to add a few more items to our "emergency plan" inventory; This small but powerful solar powered hand crank flashlight is a great addition.Let me run down a list of categories that I found necessary and important in my purchase of this particular product.PRICE: At less than 10 bones the price point IMHO is great!! Provided I get some longevity out of the rechargeable internal batteries the savings in replacement batteries is already made up say after 3-5 months of owning it and using it. $10 to give me and my family piece of mind is well worth the price. And compared to other similar products the price point is definitely reasonableCONSTRUCTION: It appears to be made of a hard durable plastic. Very lightweight and feels pretty good in my hand when I'm cranking the fold out handle to manually charge it up. Not sure if its "waterproof" or water resistant. At this price point I would venture to say it's neither, however I'll do further testing to give a more definitive answer in a later review. The item has a built in carabineer; it works, however as another reviewer pointed out, I think a solid rear construction of the case with just a simple hole thru it for attaching a purpose built carabineer would have been a better option. The crank mechanism is made of plastic and although felt relatively solid, it will by no means sustain rough or improper cranking use. Basically, take your time and gently crank so as not to exert any type of "sideways" motion to the cranking mechanismAPPEARANCE/WEIGHT: Its sleek and almost has a military look to it. I think it would serve the company better if it were offered in a variety of colors, such as highly visible Orange, yellow, or neon green. Easier to visually process during a power outage or find if dropped during a camping outing. Coming in at only a few ounces it easily fits into a pocket, clips on to a backpack or hangs on a wall mounted key hook. Honestly I have wallets that weight more than this item.LIGHT BRIGHTNESS: Although the instructions claim an average 40 lumen rating, when first charged and used it seems the light is brighter ( closer to 60 -100 lumens) and dulls or averages out over extended usage to a duller 40 lumen rating. With that said, for my intended purpose the light is plenty bright enough since I'm using this in an emergency setting versus a trail blazing/ camping type setting. Inside a dark home or even outside of the house during a power outage the product produces more than enough light to see adequately to accomplish simple tasks such as checking breakers in a panel box, scanning my roof (two-story home) to confirm or deny any roof damage from inclement weather or just to move freely thru a blacked out home without worry of bumping into every piece of furniture.USE: The item is basically a no-brainer to use. Flip the power switch forward or backwards to turn it on or off. With it off either set it out in the sun or beneath another light source to charge it OR flip out/up the hand crank and continuously crank it for 1 minute to 6 minutes to get anywhere from 15 minutes up to an hour of Light usage. We cranked it once for 6 minutes when it first arrived, turned it on to make sure it still worked and then once a week for an entire 2 months turned it on for 2 minutes just to see how long the charge would last. Here it is going into the 4th month and it's still charged up and working fine:-)REPLACEMENTS: Both the LED bulbs and batteries are sealed within the case. Yes, I suspect it could be unscrewed and broken down to its inner components, however, this product is not set up to be a "replenishable" item like a store bought, Duracell/energizer battery operated type flashlight. So, basically once the bulbs are burnt out or the internal battery is shot, the item is meant to be thrown away. With that said, in an emergency type situation such as an item used during occasional power outages or roadside vehicular inconveniences I can't imagine this product NOT lasting for many years.SUMMARY: Overall I'm really happy with the purchase, so much so I bought several to have on hand (1 in each car and 1 on each floor of the house). The product is very easy to use and I've included a video of my 12 year old cranking and operating it. Only time will tell, but I fully expect this item to last me for MANY years to come. Hope this review helps you in your decision:-) 5i keep one in my car perfect for the car....don't have to worry about spare batteries or not having juice when you need the light the most. one thing is that it was smaller than i expected, not that it's a bad thing just figured from the pics it would be bigger. now, you must keep in mind that it's a capacitive device, meaning that when you crank it, you are not charging a battery but a capacitor instead. i'm saying that as many might think cranking will give them longer times than reality of light emission. i keep a really bright small flashlight in my pocket as an every day carry thing so this is a back up in the car but all that being said, no batteries are needed and it even has a solar panel to charge up that way too. great value for that oh crap moment and you need light. 5MEH. Works in some situations. I really wanted to love this. I used this on a backpacking trip. It worked, but it was a pain in the rear. I clipped it to the outside of the pack so the sun could charge it as we hiked. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that the flashlight had been on (the light had flipped to the on position) all day and hadn't charged. I was sure that I had just been really stupid and left it on. There was bunches of annoying hand cranking that night (and not the best light), the next day I was extra careful to make sure that the light was off when I clipped it to my pack. Low and behold, I checked it during our lunch break to find it had moved into the on position AGAIN. :( Turns out that this continued to happen. This just didn't work for me how I needed it to. Thankfully you can crank charge it too or it would have been miserable. If you have the ability to lay this out in the sun during the day and come back to it, like in a home or camping type setting, I think this would be fine. If you intend to use it backpacking or in motion- I'm not sure its worth it. I'll keep trying to find away to make this work for me but I'll also have to continue to carry a backup. 3this is the best 10 bucks you will ever spend this is the best 10 bucks you will ever spend, the light is not super bright but in an emergency who cares, I bought this because recently we were in my wifes car and needed one, I had 3 of flashlights in her car, glove box, console and emergency kit in the back . they all had dead batteries. I was really ticked off, if I had this I would not ever need to waste time on dead batteries, problem solved, If you think this is an 800 lumen light your an idiot, its for emergency use and not super bright but will get you out of a jamb or fix a tire at night etc. 5Excellent Mini Hand Crank Light Simple, functional hand crank flashlight1. Tight cranking mechanism2. 1 min crank = 1hr+ light3. 1 min solar charge = 5-15 mins light (didn't get consistent results, probably due to different light levels at different times of day)4. Bright LED light5. Caribiner is functionalyMy only complaint with this little light is that the caribiner isn't very friendly. The gate should probably be rounder because it's tough to push all the way down. I would almost have just gone with a hook on the end of it and added a small aluminum caribiner for carrying with it like some other products do. That said, I really love everything else about this light!Highly recommended!Note: I base my reviews on a) the functionality of all parts of the product based on its manufacturer intended use [not what I want or expect it to be able to do], and b) the usefulness of the product for my intended use [which I tend to base off the manufacturer intended use]. 5Crank broke after zero use in only 2 months! (CUSTOMER SUPPORT PLEASE!) I just bought this in January. Haven't used it all. Getting ready for a camping trip and went to attach it to my bag and with no rough use the crank handle broke off! If I was in an emergency situation I would be in big trouble. Maybe I got a defective one and I am hoping that their customer support folks chime in (in which case I will change my review), but for now this is a one star item. 1Great concept but still has flaws that need tweaking.... Okay so sadly this gets two stars out of five for me. It was unable to keep a charge, despite being left in direct sunlight for days. Even after which I used the self power crank to attempt to charge it further and it still did not keep a charge. I am however, in a relatively harsh desert environment but Sun is Sun and a physical crank charge system should still work as designed. I would not recommend this item for anyone who needs a better alternative flashlight. Look for something else. 2Gets the job done, solid product Great for the price. Not the brightest - i think it's 200 lumens - but what it lacks in brightness it makes up for in durability and longevity. Bought it for the crank and solar panel, don't like buying batteries all the time. I noticed my hand doesn't get as tired turning the crank if I hold flashlight from the bottom clip, rather than from the sides. The solar panel works in natural and artificial light. Other reviewers said how much of a beating it can take - it's a very sturdy, solid construction, lightweight but not cheap feeling. I don't have to worry about it falling apart when I need it most. I like that i can clip it to my shirt collar or put it around my neck on a cord so it's hands free. Instructions recommend cranking for at least 1min once a month to extend the battery's lifespan. Great buy. 5Flashlight handles the weather Flashlight works as expected. It tolerates bad weather well. I found this out when I dropped it outside, where it was rained on, snowed on and frozen for four days until I found it because I noticed a dim light still on after four days. I was impressed. 4
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