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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

HydraLight Water Flashlight Giveaway

Light a light with water. US residents have just a week until 12/18 to enter. Good luck.
Enter the HydraLight Water Flashlight Giveaway
Sponsored by Hydralight and Hosted by It's Free at Last
The Hydralight is powered by simply removing the revolutionary “hydra-Cell” fuel cell and immersing it in water. When water enters the fuel cell, it immediately begins to generate power. Place the fuel cell back in the HydraLight, and you have a functional flashlight.

Key features of HydraLight:

  • The HydraLight can be switched on and off like a regular flashlight, and can run up to 100 continuous hours on a single water charge.
  • With a rubberized armor coating, the HydraLight is rugged, durable, and made to last. It can safely be used in even the worst weather conditions.
  • With a handheld light, you need one hand to hold the light…but with the HydraLight, you now have both hands-free!
  • It’s perfect for outdoor camping activities. It can even hang inside your tent. It’s perfect for your boat, or for anytime you need a hands-free light.
  • The HydraLight is the perfect long-lasting light for emergencies of all kinds.
Be sure and read Kristin's full review here!

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a

Hydralight Flashlight that Runs on Water!

Giveaway ends 12/18/17 at 11:59 pm ET! Open to US residents 18+ and older.
Enter using the Rafflecopter form below.
Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries!
Good Luck!
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13 comments:

  1. yes, and it is frustrating to have to locate it in the dark or when you really need it

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  2. Yes always on days when the electricity goes out.

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  3. I have been without a flashlight and it was not fun.

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  4. We always have either no batteries or dead batteries in our flashlights because the kids like to play with them.

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  5. I can't remember any specific time that I've been without, but probably did before flashlights were on phones. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  6. Yes! Years ago I dropped something out of the car, in the dark, and never could find it due to a non-working flashlight :(

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  7. Constantly! I am always looking for the perfect flashlight that will not fail me...and I still haven't found it...maybe this one? kate g.

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  8. Yes, because the batteries are dead in them. Lauralee Hensley

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  9. Yes I have or the flashlight I have always seems to have dead batteries and it seems I have to see my way to my car in the dark while stepping in mud puddles.

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  10. Yes. And finding your batteries are old and your light dim or out is the pits.

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