Have you ever seen a flashlight that runs on water? Neither have I until I found HydraLight which has a rubberized armor coating, breakthrough hydra-cell technology, has up to 100 continuous hours on a single water charge and is rugged, durable and made to last. How it works is you remove the rear cap by twisting ¼ turn. Remove the HydraLight fuel cell from the body. Remove the plastic wrap from the HydraLight fuel cell. Dip the HydraLight fuel cell into water for 7-10 seconds for the initial fuel cell activation. Any source of water is usable. Vigorously shake out excess water. The HydraLight fuel cell is now activated and ready to use. Re-insert HydraLight fuel cell into the HydraLight body with the metal end first. Press front button to turn on/off; to recharge simply re-dip and re-use. This can be used as a flashlight or lantern by expanding the barrel and lights up the entire area.
My Opinion: I was skeptical at first as water really it can make a flashlight work? I was amazed that yes it did work and I am impressed and I know my dad will like this as he is a doomsday prepper so perfect for Christmas.
This also can be used for backpacking, camping, hunting, boating, power outages, emergencies, storage, daily and more.
To see more visit https://www.hydralight.com
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