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The worst part about flashlights is their reliance on having batteries or a fresh charge. That’s all a thing of the past with the Hydralight. This incredible new light uses salt water as a source of power, thanks to its hydracell energy cells.

The hydracell just needs to be dipped in the water for 10-15 seconds to be ready for use. Once fully charged, the hydracell is capable of providing power for over 250 hours.

Whether you’re camping or just out for a night on the beach, the Hydralight is here to light the way.

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