What is the weight of a solar flashlight

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What is the weight of a solar flashlight

I already have a flashlight for my outdoor activity, but I find it is a little too heave, one of my friend recommend me solar flashlight since it is environment friendly and convenient to charge with solar. But I find that all the solar flashlight online does not show the weight information, anyone has a solar flashlight, what is the weight of your solar flashlight ?

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Edan369 wrote:
I already have a flashlight for my outdoor activity, but I find it is a little too heave, one of my friend recommend me solar flashlight since it is environment friendly and convenient to charge with solar. But I find that all the solar flashlight online does not show the weight information, anyone has a solar flashlight, what is the weight of your solar flashlight ?

Hi Edan, the typical solar flashlight in the traditional form factor, about 8” or 9” long, are usually about 7-8 oz. in weight. So they are very light in weight and produce around 80-120 lumens for at least 8 hours when fully charged.

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Richie086 wrote:
Edan369 wrote:
I already have a flashlight for my outdoor activity, but I find it is a little too heave, one of my friend recommend me solar flashlight since it is environment friendly and convenient to charge with solar. But I find that all the solar flashlight online does not show the weight information, anyone has a solar flashlight, what is the weight of your solar flashlight ?

Hi Edan, the typical solar flashlight in the traditional form factor, about 8” or 9” long, are usually about 7-8 oz. in weight. So they are very light in weight and produce around 80-120 lumens for at least 8 hours when fully charged.

Thank you , Richie, since that solar flashlight light in weight and works well, I am going to buy one online. :bigsmile:

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I remember having a solar flashlight when I was a kid in the nineties. It took like three hours in the sun for three seconds of light. I hope they got better in the meantime Tongue Out

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Steve_the_Chief wrote:

I remember having a solar flashlight when I was a kid in the nineties. It took like three hours in the sun for three seconds of light. I hope they got better in the meantime Tongue Out

thats faster then a 40 year old virgin. haha

weird i just get addicted to flashlight like in a blink of an eye.

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I would like to buy a pink one since pink is my lucky color . how about this flashlight , it is not solar but very cheap and they offer free shipping!