This item is not a renewable flashlight as it is touted, it is a knockoff which uses 2 CR2032 button batteries to light a weak LED. mine arrived for reliability testing to reduce battery waste at my company with a loose screw and a plastic chip floating around in the case. I disassembled the flashlight to put the screw back where it belonged and remove the plastic chip, when I did I also noticed the bumper that the magnet is suppost to hit was loose so I pulled the end cap off. I did get the bumper put back in place but the magnet looked like a metal slug, so I tried to stick it to my refrigerator and low and behold it's not a magnet at all, just a piece of steel with no magnetism. I looked further at the coiled copper which is meant to generate power by having the magnet pass thru it, and it is would around and connects to nothing. Don't buy this flashlight, look at the crank or dynamo instead.
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