|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||Hybrid light|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
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Hybrid Solar Powered Flashlight with Emergency Battery Backup - Black (2 pack)
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- Hybrid light
- Features Super Bright 1-Watt 2X LED. 11 continuous years of burn time on LED or 22 years of burn time when in the on position only at night.
- Does not need to be stored in the sun - throw it in your glove box or drawer and three years later, just turn it on!
- Extreme temperatures do not affect the light - very durable and guaranteed for life. Hybrid Solar Lite is 100% water proof up to depths of 80' and it floats!
- Holds a single charge for over 3 years and comes fully charged.
- Does not need to be stored in the sun - throw it in your glove box or drawer and three years later, just turn it on! Treat it like a regular flashlight as it is always ready to go.
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Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE 10/21/10. I've now had them about 1 1/2 years and still going strong. Well made.
UPDATE 9/6/15 I've now had the original pair 6 or 7 years, still going strong and regularly used. I have purchased about 8 others over the past 6 years, and all except one work just fine. One recently stopped charging. I have contacted hybridlight for warrantee replacement, We will see how good the "Limited Lifetime Guarantee" is.
To summarize this review: Great emergency flashlight, but keep it exposed to light to gain the full benefits. It is not as useful for deep storage, and I'll explain why below.
I bought two 2-packs of these lights at Costco. They are very light and rugged, and their backup battery is lithium which means the light can be neglected for up to seven years and still function. The lithium batteries are replaceable too! They are standard, disposable lithium button cells. The solarlite trickle-charges its solar battery whenever natural light hits it. And now, my one minor gripe:
Despite what they say about the solar battery holding a charge, I guarantee if you leave this flashlight in complete darkness for a year, its "primary" solar battery will be dead. The manufacturer is being a little coy about the fact that rechargeable batteries in general do NOT hold their charge well in deep storage- you need to top them off once in a while to keep them useful. That means keeping this light stashed on a window sill, rather than in the drawer.
This company also makes a hybrid shake light, which I think is better for deep storage. It uses lithium batteries as the PRIMARY batteries and the backup power is shake power- which makes more sense if you think about it.
However, both work pretty well from the Solar power and provide usable light. As I write this, I am in the process of testing one and will leave it running all night to see how long it lasts.
As mentioned in the other reviews, the on/off switch is a bit confusing as there is a danger that other family members who do not fully know it's solar to battery to off mechanism might drain the battery source.
I will most likely return to Costco and get a pair that works from both solar and battery energy sources.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought one of these in 2012 and loved it for several years. But now the battery simply will not hold more than two minutes of light, and the power will leak almost completely out... Read morePublished 1 day ago by James H.
Both would not hold a charge. After a couple of days in direct sunlight...1 would stay on for only a couple seconds and the other would only stay on for a couple minutes. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kenneth Nemchak
Can't recommend these enough. Have given these as gifts and have three myself.Published 3 days ago by Greg Stotts
i dont know how i lucked up and got the two of the most useless flashlights i ever came across! but i sure did they didnt work right out of the box will not charge will not turn on... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Alabaster
Perfect for emergent prep and to keep in your car I keep my flashlight on the window sill and one in the back window of the car they stay charged and ready to usePublished 8 days ago by Joe 76
These are great flashlights, they have a solar powered recharge and battery backup, the solar power actually will charge with regular light fixture light too and both the solar &... Read morePublished 8 days ago by SW
junk! will be return! dont waste your money. like for real. useless.Published 10 days ago by bluntcritic