Canwelum LED Rechargeable Flashlight

Safety first…


We live in a safety conscious world yet most of us are ill prepared for any sort of emergency.  Whether it be a small one light losing power temporarily, being caught in the dark while on a hike, or getting a flat on a dark road with no light to help you out.

One of the reasons is that for so many years flashlights used normal batteries and flashlights used them up fast and they were expensive to replace.  Another was that most flashlights were bulky, so not exactly portable.

Well, this Canwelum LED Rechargeable Flashlight just makes sense.  It is small in size and light weight so it is easily portable.  You can throw it in a pocket, purse, backpack, waist pouch etc. and it will be there when you need it.  The lithium ion batteries it uses stay charged for a long time and last longer than other types of rechargeable batteries.

This light in incredible bright, and has several different light settings which is High, Medium, Low, Strobe and S.O.S.  Yes, that’s right the flashlight will send out an S.O.S. signal so if you ever get in trouble the S.O.S. signal will help get emergency crews to you quicker.  It even has a zoom function so you can concentrate the light and zoom it in.

It comes with a lithium-ion battery and a battery charger.  Everything you need to stay safe both around the house and outside of it.  This would make a very thoughtful gift to someone you care about.

You can purchase the Canwelum LED Flashlight on Amazon.ca and Amazon.com

A sample of this product was provide by the manufacturer.

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Author: Dee

I'm a shopoholic that works from home giving me plenty of time to do what I love....reviewing

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