ThorFire Solar Powered Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6

(10 customer reviews)

Price: $17.90

Solar & Hand crank powered flashlights no batteries needed — This no battery flashlight is perfect for emergencies, power outages or anytime you need light.
High Efficiency of Energy Conversion Cranking Flashlight — Just 1 minute cranking will generate enough power for 1 hour long using time.
IPX6 Waterproof and Submersible up to 45 feet — Very durable and handy tool for home and outdoor use. Such as for Vehicle use, Camping, Hiking, Travel Etc. Whether you do survival adventure or rock climbing this no battery spotlight is a must have.
Bright Flashlight — This solar powered torch light is equipped with high quality LED bulb. Very portable and bright flashlights. Put it in the sun or wind it up to recharge.
After-sales Service — ThorFire will provide customers with ONE YEAR hassle-free after-sales service. Order with no worries!

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ThorFire Solar Powered Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6 Waterproof LED Emergency Flashlights Lights Dynamo Torch Ideal for Camping Outdoor Climbing Backpack Hiking

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ThorFire Solar Powered Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6

This dynamo flashlight is solar powered with a hand crank, so there’s no need to depend on external power.

It is an excellent survival tool for extended power outages. Very handy and useful self powered flashlight.

ThorFire cranking flashlight will be your best companion When you going camping, hiking, travelling and go outdoor adventure. When the battery runs out you can recharge it immediately by either using the hand crank or exposing the solar panels to direct sunlight.

Main Features:

Solar & Hand crank powered flashlights no batteries needed. This no battery flashlight is perfect for emergencies, power outages or anytime you need light.

High Efficiency of Energy Conversion Cranking Flashlight: Just 1 minute cranking will generate enough power for 1 hour long using time.

IPX6 Waterproof and Submersible up to 45 feet. Very durable and handy tool for home and outdoor use. Such as for Vehicle use, Camping, Hiking, Travel Etc. Whether you do survival adventure or rock climbing this no battery spotlight is a must have.

Bright Flashlight: This solar powered torch light is equipped with high quality LED bulb. Very portable and bright flashlights. Put it in the sun or wind it up to recharge.

ThorFire Solar Powered Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6

High Efficiency of Energy Conversion

Just 1 minute of hand cranking yields 1 hour of light and the efficient battery can store power all day.

After 1 Minute Hand Cranking: 80 Minutes light with 1 LED/ 60 minutes light with all 3 LED’s/110 Minutes of flashing.

ThorFire Solar Powered Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6

When the battery runs out you can recharge it immediately by either using the hand crank or exposing the solar panels to direct sunlight.

After 1 Hour Direct Sunlight: 120 Minutes light/140 Minutes of flashing.

ThorFire Solar Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6

IPX6 Waterproof and Submersible up to 45 feet

It’s one durable and handy tool flashlights for home and outdoor use especially for extreme weather such as for Vehicle use, Camping, Hiking, Traveling Etc.

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3 Lighting Models

1 LED Mode;

3 LEDs Mode;

SOS Flash Mode;

This solar powered torch light is equipped with high quality LED bulb. Very compact and bright flashlights. Must have one for home or outdoor use.

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Perfect Companion

This flashlight is the perfect companions in emergency situations that Works up to 4 hours at a time; The beauty of this flashlight is that you will not need to replace it or buy a battery for a LONG time. It provides timely illumination without the necessity of external batteries. It also fits perfectly into any practical use such as at home, for vehicle, camping, hiking, etc.

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lighting Models Mid/High/Flash Low/High Far beam/Dipped beam/Far&Depped beam Charging methods Hand crank/Solar Hand crank/USB port Hand crank/Solar/USB port/AAA Battery Features ✔Solar & Hand crank powered flashlights no batteries needed. ✔IPX6 Waterproof and Submersible up to 45 feet. ✔This solar powered torch light is equipped with high quality LED bulb. Very portable and bright flashlights. ✔These LED lights can be used as flashlights or lanterns. ✔It has ail-safes protects your lantern from overcharging. ✔Charging your phone by hand cranking in an emergency ✔ThorFire portable radio follow AM/FM & NOAA weather warning broadcasts ✔A 2000mAh power bank provides enough emergency power to any mobile device in emergency situations. ✔Very bright Reading Lamp /flashlight

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10 reviews for ThorFire Solar Powered Flashlight Hand Crank Solar Powered Rechargeable Flashlight IPX6

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    E. Beckstrom

    Summary: solid construction, charges properly via sunlight, the crank works well, and the light is adequately bright for the uses for which it is designed.I’ve read a few other reviews that have complained about the crank being hard to turn. I don’t think of it as difficult, but as solid. It does not have a cheap feel to it and I appreciate that. You can tell it is doing something when you are cranking it.The different options for brighter or dimmer are blinking work fine. It should be noted that the blank is not literally SOS, it just makes the light blink. Not a big deal.This next item isn’t really a complaint, but an observation: I am somewhat baffled by some of the design elements. The light is constructed as a kind of oval cylinder, with strange boxy, protruding edges which don’t appear to serve any functional purpose. All of this gives it a rather unnatural feel in my hand. I don’t have a serious problem with this because I think of this as an emergency light. It’s not the first thing I’m going to grab for an actual household maintenance job. I’m not likely going to bring it camping as the main flashlight I’m using to navigate the woods at night. That said, it is bright enough to do either of those things.

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    WakkyWabbit

    I have several of these lights and I have given them as gifts to family/friends. I own a zillion flashlights but I use these as backups and short-term use lights. I keep one in each vehicle, one in my bedside table, one in the kitchen and one in the barn.Yesterday, June 19, 2017, the Memphis/Bartlett area had a power outage that lasted over 12 hours. This light worked great. One minute of cranking and I had more than enough light for most activities (going to the kitchen, the bathroom, etc.) without the need to use battery operated lights.The solar charging on all my lights recharges the batteries well (one doesn’t charge as well as the others). Solar charging is best. It gives a stronger light for a fairly long period of time. I regularly solar charge all my lights once every couple of months. I recharge the one in my bedroom at least once a week because I use it frequently. Solar charging really cuts down on the need for cranking.Does one minute of cranking give an hour of light? On LOW, that one minute of cranking produced about five minutes of consistent quality light. By fifteen minutes, the LEDs were still active but the amount of light had severely deteriorated. However, there was sufficient light for me to read and maneuver around the house in total darkness. This weak, lingering light was maintained for hours.So, on LOW, expect about ten minutes of decent light from one minute of cranking.What I like best about this light? It always works, no matter what.

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    Amazon Customer

    My first non-battery operating flashlight. Bought this as a gift for use in Nigeria, where lights can go out at any time. I love the hand crank design with the rubber end and rubber power click. Makes it less harsh on your fingers when cranking. Be nice if the sides had rubber too so it’s softer on the hands while your are holding and cranking. You can also solar charge. Love that there are 3 lighting options, bright, more bright, and flashing. I guess the flashing will be good for when you get lost in the woods and need someone to find you or if you are directing traffic. First impression was that it was small, visually checking I think it’s 2X6. I was expecting something bigger for the price. Don’t be alarmed by the size. It’s light weight due to size, so great for taking anywhere. Great things do come in small packages too. What I love is that just a few minutes of cranking can get you light for hours. Quality product with good design so worth the money I paid. Can definitely see myself buying again. Just became loyal customer to ThorFire.

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    Ozzz

    I purchased this for my bug out bag for a just in case I run out of batteries and power situation. It’s a good quality plastic and bright enough to use for most needs. I was interested in checking out the charging capability as I have had other items with solar and crank charging that didn’t work well. It performs as well or better than advertised. I assumed it was fully charged on receipt and says it lights for 4 hours w/3 LEDs. At 3.5 hours it was still lit but dim, but it still illuminated enough that I could go into a dark bathroom and read with it after 5 hours. I ran it completely dead. It documents that after 1 minute of cranking you get 1 hour w/3 LEDs. I got an hour but it was pretty dim after 30 min. Good news is if you crank it just a couple of times you get full illumination for another 5 min. Very little effort and much return. Lastly I tried solar. I let it go dead again and (I live in AZ) put it in the sun for 1 hour. Per the documentation at 1 hour of sun you get 90 minutes w/3 LEDs. I got about 2 hours of good illumination and there was still light after 5 hours.I would say this is a very successful and useful product. My only gripe is that there is no battery indicator showing the level of charge or even indicating fully charged. But if I was stuck in a cave, I would rather have this than a battery running down (bottom line!).

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    malinda lattin

    I realize that the 3-4yo crew is not the intended audience of this product, but it’s been awesome for my son. We live in the country and our power goes out pretty often. My son is at the age where this makes him anxious, and this product provides both a light and a distraction. It’s his job to get it from the drawer and wind it up, thus giving him both a sense of ownership over the situation, as well as something for his hands to do – plus I don’t have to pay for batteries. It’s bright enough to get the job done, and has had no issues with being dropped by a 3yo twice, so the quality seems to be there. I’ll be ordering a backup so he has one in his room as well.

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    Lisa Parziale

    Love this flashlight. Whenever I go to use a flashlight it kills me when the batteries are dead. This solves that issue so I can keep a flashlight in the car, boat or RV and not worry about dead or corroded batteries. It has two charging methods, solar and hand crank. The hand crank is solid. At first it is a little tight to turn but over time it loosened up.It has 3 levels, 1 beam, 3 beams and blinking. I use the 1 beam and have used this in a small tent-type space. I left it on overnight. I woke up about 6 hours in and it was dim at that point, so I hand cranked it a minute and left it on. In the AM it was barely lit but still trying. Hand cranking is actually pretty easy. I am gentle with it so it will last.I rarely have to crank it since I tend to leave it out where it gets direct light (charging I presume by solar – think of it like a trickle charge). I do give it a crank when I think about it to help keep the battery topped up. But every time I grab it, it works. I think if you left it in a glove box where it could not get light, you would need to use the crank. But hey, love that you have that option. I leave it where it gets light.Pretty solidly built. Perfect size fits in your hand. I liked this so much I now have 3 of this type of flashlight. These would be good for older kids (the crank would break if smaller kids did not treat it gently). Never worry about batteries again!! Wish we had these when I was a kid camping. My Dad used to always tell us to turn off the light as we were wasting batteries. Ha ha

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    Lynn

    I have purchased a few hand crank lights over the years and this is the only one that still works. The LED’s aren’t super bright but good enough to get you by when camping, I wouldn’t trust it to signal traffic or anything. I have been keeping mine in my backpack which sometimes gets left in the car so it has been exposed to temperature extremes on both ends. It has been exposed to water but never fully submerged. I am debating getting these as stocking stuffers for family. I believe everyone should have and emergency backup flashlight as well as candles.

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    Deborah Lee

    Ok.. this hand crank/solar flashlight has a great light whether partially or fully charged. It only needs a few minutes of cranking to be fully charged. It rained here the first 2 days I had it, so it went into the truck cranked, but without being solar tested. I will say that there is a clear anti scratch sticker on the solar panel that needs to be peeled off before solar charging. It is very lightweight, but seems to be built quite well. The cranking is serious business though. It is not just a matter of whipping that crank around for a couple of minutes. There is definitely some resistance there.. but not so much that it cannot be done without embarrassment or pain😂 About like fighting a good size Walleye.. If it were easier.. you would have to crank longer.. just remember that.It does need to be cranked once a month whether used or not, just to keep whatever battery system it has in it healthy. Yes, I am technologically challenged. I just set a monthly reminder on my phone to crank it. Great piece of mind for reasonable price that could be backpacked, tossed in a drawer or vehicle for when you need a flashlight and don’t want to worry about batteries or the rain getting the flashlight wet.

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    Amazon Customer

    Very little time/power/cranking to get this thing to light up bright and last a good while. Would prefer this over any flash light with batteries if I was out in the woods, might take a little muscle but it would never run out of power, plus the solar panel makes it 10x better since most the time you wont even have to crank if it is in the sun during the day!

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    Eric Erickson

    I was looking for something in front of Hurricane Florence that would be sustainable for a week if needed. This wasn’t my first “hurricane rodeo” and when everything is shut down, there ARE no “I’ll just go grab some batteries” option. The flashlight is simple to operate, works with a few spins of the wrist. This is NOT going to compete with those “survival, spots jets at 20K feet” type flashlights, but it’s sure sufficient for finding your way down a dark hallway or getting into a closet to root around for something in complete darkness (and we DID get to test out those features LOL). Bought two – may buy more in teh future!

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