Blackout buddy

You know what is ironic? It is when you finally need an emergency light just to find out that its already broken or degraded. That would pretty much be a very frustrating feeling especially for those who are hit by calamity. Another possible scenario is that emergency lights would stop working once it gets wet or exposed to any type of moisture.

Now wouldn’t it be assuring to have an emergency light that is dependable on times of emergency? The Blackout buddy is exactly that.

The Blackout Buddy H2O is a groundbreaking new emergency light produced by Eton an expert in the field of portable lighting devices.

Blackout buddy

The Blackout buddy H20 works by activating its light whenever it comes into contact with water. Once water hits the base sensor of the blackout buddy, the device would automatically light up its 3 led light bulbs that can be located at the tip of the device being protected by a clear plastic casing. The Buddy H2O measures at only 2.6 x 1.3 x 0.6 inches which is roughly the size of a zippo lighter, the size and weight of the emergency light makes it perfect for portability and to bring around to areas where the light is needed.

Upon activation and lighting of the LED bulbs, the battery power of the flashlight can reach up to 72 hours of continuous function; the disadvantage of this is that it may only be activated once with no means to turn it off until the battery runs out. Blackout buddy would serve as a good “just-in-case” device and would last up to 10 years on standby. The batteries are made on non toxic chemicals as well so you won’t worry about it leaking,

To even further the longevity of the light it produces, Eton instructs the users to consistently fill up the flashlight with fresh water to activate it even more. This could prolong its illumination to up to 120 hours although it dims severely after 73 hours of use.

Blackout buddy is now available in stores and would only cost you $9.99. It is still a pretty good price to pay for the assurance of a dependable emergency light once calamity hits.

Wouldn’t you want to have one lying around when you need it the most?

Blackout buddy