All cities experience sudden power cuts. When we find ourselves in the dark, we search for the nearest flashlight or candle. We bump in the furniture and stumble across the house trying to find something that is able to give a little light. When we actually find that flashlight we need, most of the time we notice its batteries are dead. How to solve the problem? One choice is a flashlight with rechargeable batteries that is connected to an outlet. Another solution is the MoMA’s (Museum of Modern Arts) Bulb Flashlight. This handy device can be used both as a flashlight and as a LED light bulb.
The bulb can be used in any standard screw-type fixture. Therefore it can be used on most types of lamps. It uses six watts of power. In return it produces a light output equivalent to that of a 40 watts bulb. As long as it remains in the fixture, the Bulb Flashlight is charged. It includes a built-in rechargeable battery that will charge continuously as long as it is used as a bulb.
When you need the flashlight you merely have to take the bulb out of the fixture and use it accordingly. The flashlight will give three hours worth of light in emergency cases. If you have such a bulb in each room then you will be set for a longer period of time if the power goes off.
The Bulb Flashlight also comes with an extendable handle. In this way you do not have to worry about dropping it while you use its flashlight features. Its producers state that the LED will last for 60,000 hours of use. Taking into account its dual use, the device is handy to have in any house.
The Bulb Flashlight is a useful device that acts both as flashlight and light bulb. It remains charged for three hours when it is used as a flashlight. Its price is $45 for regular customers and $40.5 for members of the Museum of Modern Arts, New York. Would you buy such a device for your home?
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