Hydralight 2-in-1 Flashlight and Lantern, No Batteries Needed, Runs on Water | Camping, Hiking, Emergency, Hurricane, Power Outage, Outdoor and More

August 27, 2018 - Comment

The Hydralight 2 in 1 Flashlight and lantern runs on water! It uses no batteries, no charging cords and can last for up to 100 hours on a single water dip. Each fuel cell lasts up to 300 hours before the cell is exhausted. Packaged in non-retail packaging. Product Features The Hydralight flashlight runs on

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(as of 19 April 2020 04:45 EDT - Details)

The Hydralight 2 in 1 Flashlight and lantern runs on water! It uses no batteries, no charging cords and can last for up to 100 hours on a single water dip. Each fuel cell lasts up to 300 hours before the cell is exhausted. Packaged in non-retail packaging.

Product Features

  • The Hydralight flashlight runs on water! Any kind of water: Regular, Distilled or salt.
  • No batteries. Up to 100 continuous hours on a single water dip and has a 25 year shelf life.
  • Each fuel-cell lasts up to 300 hours. Great for camping, backpacking, emergencies or everyday use.
  • This Battery Free Flashlight replaces old technology that was previously seen in Emergency Wind Up, Crank, Solar power, shake out flashlights.
  • Keep in your car for those unexpected emergencies. You can take it camping as well as keep around the house for power outages.

Comments

N. DiDonato says:

Okay. Where do you buy the refills? I gave this to my daughter and son in law for Christmas and the next day their electric went out so they soaked the thing and it worked great. Then they read the instructions…the cell only charges 3 times! Hum! Not happy. So much for them using it for camping. Also not happy that there is no indication where to buy refills for them. I just bought a bomb gift for my kids. Thanks AHs.

Jim C says:

A total scam The claim that the flashlight “runs on water” is absolutely not true. The actual source of energy a metal electrode (probably magnesium), and when the electrode is used up, no amount of water will make the thing work. This flashlight is similar to the Eaton The American Red Cross Blackout Buddy H2O, which you can also buy on Amazon, but for much less money. The Eaton flashlight is advertised as “water activated”, rather than “runs on water” – a much more honest…

Jim B. says:

you better sit down Well, it works. But I wasn’t impressed. It’s not very bright. I have other lights that are very bright. So I want to return it. I have called and called and called, and stayed on the line for over 25 minutes before someone finally answered. So if by some chance you want to return yours, you better sit down, and kick back and be prepared to wait FOREVER. I also sent an e-mail to them, and didn’t get a reply.

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