Make & Model - Secur SP-1002
Max Lumen Output - 8
Max Runtime - 8 hrs.
Overall Length - 6 in.
Weight with Batteries - 6.1 oz.
Battery Type - Built-in rechargeable
Controls - Push-button switch
Output Modes - High, low, flashing
Waterproof Rating - 13.7-meter immersion
MSRP - $23

This is a rechargeable flashlight, but not in the sense you might expect. Rather than charging via USB, it offers both a hand-crank dynamo and an integrated solar panel to recharge. One minute of cranking will produce approximately 80 minutes of light, and one hour of direct sun will produce about 120 minutes of light. However, the 8-lumen max is rather dim, and the beam pattern is uneven. On the other hand, it's rated to an impressive water immersion depth of 13.7 meters (45 feet). It's certainly better as a backup light than as an everyday-carry tool.

Pros: Dynamo and solar panel ensure it stays charged. Strong waterproofing

Cons: Maximuim output of only 8 lumens, Uneven beam pattern

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