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  • New FLEXiT Solar Now Available!

    March 27, 2018 1 min read

    New FLEXiT Solar Now Available! STKR Concepts

    The FLEXiT SOLAR Light is a new addition to the FLEXiT family of hands-free, flexible LED flashlights. Now with a built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which charges via the sun or with a USB cable. It's ultra-thin, flexible body allows an unlimited amount of light projections. Create a focused spot light, a broad flood light, or a lantern with 360 degrees of light output. It also features a powerful CREE LED spot light, allowing the user to see further. The durable Shape-Loc frame will hold the desired shape and make it easy for users to bend, fold, wrap, stick or hook the FLEXiT around objects to position and aim the light hands-free.

     

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