The Vortex Emergency Crank Floodlight is perfect for use anywhere. In the water, the Vortex will pierce the depths and can be recharged while submerged.
The Vortex Rechargeable Crank Floodlight pierces the darkness in emergencies or as an "every day" flashlight.
On land, it works like a floodlight and the Vortex rechargeable crank flashlight. The Vortex features a rugged impact resistant housing; a 1-watt center mount LED with a specially designed parabolic reflector. This reflector allows spot illumination of objects up to 120 feet away on land. The glass illuminates up to 40 feet away in clear water.
- Used by the Military
- Perfect for Camping
- Keep one in the House for Emergency Power Outages
- Perfect for the car, RV or boat
- Just a couple quick turns of the hand crank and you have enough light to light up the darkest places.
The Vortex has to two sides mounted .5 watt LEDs for perimeter illumination and a flashing emergency beacon.
The Vortex Rechargeable Crank Flashlight pierces the darkness in situations of emergency or as an everyday flashlight. It NEVER needs batteries and is water resistant.
Emergency Crank Floodlight
- 100 feet "on" land and 40 feet "in" water
- Crank Floodlight
- Never Needs Batteries
- 3 Light Settings: Super high-intensity Spot Light, Flood Light, Flashing Spot Light
- Efficient and reliable crank dynamo generator
- Durable, waterproof, and shock resistant construction
- Built-in power jack for charging cell phones, music players, and GPS units.
- Flashing Emergency Beacon
There is No need to worry about "'gummed up" brushes inside a generator. The crank dynamo generator efficiently recharges the NiMH battery in less than 2 minutes. After one full crank of the unit, the Vortex Flashlight produces 1 watt LED bright beam for about 15 minutes. The perimeter LED's can operate for about 30 minutes.
Here's your shallow water dive light or "all-purpose" flashlight around your home.
How many floodlights do you know that can recharge your low voltage electronic devices such as cell phone, iPod, or MP3 player?