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Smart Original Led Flashlight Orange Black Nip on

US $44.66

Remlingen, Germany

Remlingen, Germany
Condition:New Accessory Type:Solar LED flashlight EAN:0706686286140 Original:Original Brand:No data Product Type:Accessory & Fan Item Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Manufacturer/Provider:Smart

Smart Original LED flashlight Orange Black NIP

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New and original packed.

Smart Original

Solar LED Flashlight

Orange Black

The smart solar flashlight is in the form of smart pictogram and is available in various colors. The eco-friendly and high-performance lithium-ion battery is recharged in sunlight after just one day. When it is fully charged, it can last up to six hours. The life of LED is over 50.000 hours of their luminous intensity equivalent to 20 candela. The practical flashlight features an Auto Power Off, wrist strap and is water resistant. - Material: Plastic - pictogram shape - Off - carrying strap - Length: approximately 6,8 cm (without cord)

Product Features:

  • Material: Plastic

Manufacturer/Provider Smart
EAN 0706686286140
Brand No data
Accessory Type Solar LED flashlight
Manufacturer Part Number Does Not Apply
Product Type Accessory & Fan Item
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