July 28, 2009

RC Portable Radio - Just in Case

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You never know when that next tornado or hurricane will appear, so be ready with this American Red Cross AM/FM/Weatherband Portable Radio with flashlight and cell phone charger. Available in red or white, the solar-powered device with Ni-MH battery can also be powered with a dynamo crank or AC adapter. The FR 150 radio has a built-in cell phone charger, flashlight and 3.5mm earphone jack. At a size of 126 x 60 x 46 mm, it comes with a handy preparedness guide and card to order cell phone tips.

Via Red Cross AM/FM/Weatherband Portable Radio

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July 24, 2009

Solar Powered Flashlight Good for Decades

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Never worry about getting lost in the dark again with the Hybrid Solar-Powered Flashlight. Available in a 2-pack, each has a 1W 2x LED. The handy device has 11 continuous years of burn time or 22 years when used only at night. It doesn't need to be stored in the sun, holds a charge for 3 years, is waterproof in a depth of up to 80' and floats. The flashlights come fully charged and have emergency backup batteries (not that we think you will need them.)

Via Hybrid Solar-Powered Flashlight

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July 21, 2009

Sunforce Garden Lights Provide Illumination, Safety

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Sunforce's Solar Garden Lights need no wiring or batteries, of course. They will turn on at dusk automatically and charge during the day. Maintenance free, they run on amporphous silicon cells. Available in a pack of 10, this is an inexpensive answer to keeping you safe by lighting your front yard or preventing one of those falls that results in you not being able to get back up.

Via Sunforce

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July 16, 2009

Shine on With Solar LED Flashlight

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Keep this handy solar 0.5 x 3 x 2" LED Flashlight on your keychain, rest it on your dashboard, window sill or bright light when not in use and you will always be able to follow the light, Carole Ann.

Via Solar Flashlights

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