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Magic Bulb, a Chinese company dealing with LED lightbulb has recently showcased their rechargeable LED bulb with a flashlight feature at IFA 2010 in Berlin.
The Magic LED Lightbulb will keep you safe even your residence is hit by heavy downpour or tremendous storm. Simply disconnect your main electricity panel and use the Magic LED light bulb as an ordinary rechargeable lamp or flashlight. No more nightmare of electricity cut-off or dark nights due to fire, stormy weather or other natural disasters.
This rechargeable Magic LED light bulbs require a mere 4 watt to properly function, while the generated shine equal to a 50W energy saving lamp you are using. Besides, you will be able to use the rechargeable magic LED bulb as your flashlight during ‘extra-ordinary’ natural disaster period such as, earthquake or tsunami.
Each Magic Bulb’s rechargeable battery has a 20,000-hour lifespan and is capable of keeping the light shining up to three hours long in the event of a power outage. No wording on product durability for normal led lamp usage.
Probably inspired by the recent earthquakes that hit China, will this type of invention worth your collection?
Price Range: USD30~USD40.-
[ Source: OhGizmo ; Gizmag ]
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