4k Review - Brinyte WT01 Apollo - Wireless Rechargeable Flashlight - Best Value 2019

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4k Review - Brinyte WT01 Apollo - Wireless Rechargeable Flashlight - Best Value 2019

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Hi. Nice light/kit. How much does it sell for?

thank you…..

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I like the way it switches on when you lift it from the base – for emergencies that seems very useful to me. Ideal bedside light.
Can you run it whilst it’s in the base, to use as a reading light?

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saypat wrote:
Hi. Nice light/kit. How much does it sell for?

thank you…..


You can buy it here. http://www.brinyte.com/
Tell my YouTube channel to them and ask for the discount code.
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I really like what I see so far, but when I hit the “Where to Buy” link it takes me to an form to fill out, but never mentions a price. I’d really like to know if I’m looking at a $50 or $500 light before I go further.

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G0OSE wrote:
I like the way it switches on when you lift it from the base – for emergencies that seems very useful to me. Ideal bedside light. Can you run it whilst it’s in the base, to use as a reading light?

You can use old light bulbs my friend

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amishbill wrote:
I really like what I see so far, but when I hit the “Where to Buy” link it takes me to an form to fill out, but never mentions a price. I’d really like to know if I’m looking at a $50 or $500 light before I go further.

I created a buying group for $ 90 for PT18. I think if there is a buying group, the price of WT01 will be similar.