Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Give - Away


Solar / Crank Flashlight

By Rayovac Brilliant Solutions

LED

 
This flashlight is great for emergencies; auto and outdoors!

Dual powered: Solar and Manual powered crank,

Environmentally friendly, no batteries required.

3 Super bright LED’s never need replacing.

Compact and lightweight!

Rules

Entries must be received by Friday, December 7, 2012. The drawing will be held on Saturday, December 8, 2012 in the evening. All entries will be placed in a box.  The winner’s name will be picked by Bulldog Man in the evening on Saturday. If your name is picked as the winner, I will post your first name on my blog site and send you a direct e-mail. You will have 4 business days to respond to my e-mail notification. If there is no response, your entry will be null (void), and another entry will be pulled by computer.

How to Enter

To enter this give-away, just answer the question below in the Comments section of this post:

If you were to lose electric what type of lighting source(s)do you have?




 

37 comments:

  1. Gas laterns, generators, candles, & propane lights

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    1. Hey Lisa,

      You're prepared, this is a real good thing :-)
      Thank you for commenting, I've entered you in the give-away. Good Luck!

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  2. Flash lights and multiple sets of batteries. Oh yea daylight too.

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    1. It sounds as if your some what prepared. I like the day light. Sometimes I wish I lived in Alaska where certain times of the year it's light out most of the day. I've entered you in the give-away, thank you for commenting.

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  3. Great giveaway and good question. If our electricity was to go out we have several ways to have light. Flashlights, coleman (rechargeable battery) lantern, regular kerosene lanterns, an Aladdin kerosene lantern, and candles!

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    1. Hey Leigh,

      We both have very similar ways to have light. The only one I don't have is the Aladdin. Thank you for commenting, I've entered you in the give-away.

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  4. I have old lantern that operate on kerosene or oil. We have candles. Not very prepared. I do have some outdoor solar lights I could hold aloft and see for a few hours.

    I would love to know the source for these, I think I need a few.

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    1. Hey Gail,

      You're some what prepared my friend. The source of this flashlight Rayovac. This light can be found at Home Depot, Amazon, Academy, and the price is general runs around $10.00.

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    2. Gail,

      I've also entered you in the give-away!

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  5. Oh GAWD. Other than weak battery powered cheap flashlights I can never find, and a lantern, I'm hoping to have a Solar / Crank Flashlight!!!!

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    1. Lotta Joy,

      It's hard to find a good flashlight, and batteries are going up in price. I've entered you in the give-away.

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  6. Well, we are off grid and we have oil lamps, propane lanterns, flash lights, candles, and the generator for grid lighting.

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    1. Hey Sweetie,

      Again, congratulations on going off the grid. You're prepared with lighting. I've entered you in the give-away.

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  7. Whoo-hoo, a giveaway! Thank for sharing with your blogging buddies :)

    Anywho....WHEN the power goes out around here, if it's for short-term (meaning it's just a power "fluke" and not a natural disaster or storm, etc.) we use our flashlights. We have several types, but by far I like the LED ones best, especially the one that straps to my head.

    During longer outages, we use our old fashioned oil lamps. Although we have candles, I prefer the lamps. We DO have an Aladdin, but it's sitting in a box downstairs (somewhere) because I broke the last mantle years ago and never got more (it was that time when for whatever odd reason, mantles were not being made by Aladdin). Guess I should put "Mantles" on my Christmas list, hugh?

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    1. Carolyn,

      You're welcome, I love sharing my give-aways with my blogging buddies.

      The LED lights that strap to your head are wonderful, I love using them to read with.

      Yes, you need to put the Mantles on your Christmas list. Since you brought this up, I need to do the same, lol......

      Thanks for commenting, I've entered your name in the give-away.

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  8. What a great give-away.... Thank you!

    We have a generator, oil lamps, candles and Papa Bear is working on a battery bank with two small solar panels to at least keep the Marines medical equipment going just in case there is no gas to run the generator.

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    1. My Pleasure!

      It sounds as if your totally prepared with lighting and won't be sitting in the dark :-)

      Thank you for commenting, I've entered your name in the give-away.

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  9. Hello there. We stocked up on strike on anything matches, candles, kerosene, 5 gallon propane tanks, lamp oil, & batteries which we try to use only if no electricity. We have rechargeable flashlights & use those first to save on our battery supply. We get our batteries from True Value, & if you happen to have one in your area, buy from the back cashier desk, they don't charge sales tax. We have our Coleman propane lanterns, a big tower propane heater & that uses kerosene which we stocked up on before prices went up on September 1st. We made sure to stock up on food supplies, hay for our 2 horses, dog & cat food. I have been unemployed for over a year now, & we are doing this on one monthly check thru my husband. Hey, as long as I'm able to buy stuff for my horses, he can buy his bullets and gun toys!!! It's pretty sad when you are approaching 55 yrs old, & even McD's says you aren't young enough to hire on!!! We do have 2 medium size solar panels that we use for when the power does go out. We try to save the solar power energy to make sure we have power to water our 2 horses, 3 hound dogs, and 2 kitties, & us 2 humans. Oh, and when it's full moon time out here, there's always good old moon light for a few nights anyway.

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    1. Irene,

      I see you're prepared, and my friend that is truly a good thing. Thank you for the heads up on True Value and the back cashier desk. I do know what you mean about being unemployed and living on one income. It makes things tight. My husband and I are living on one income ourselves, I tried going into town looking for work, and everyone wants to hire the young and in-experienced. Keep your chin up, and enjoy those beautiful animals you have.

      Thank you for commenting on this post, I've entered you in the give-away.

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  10. Generator (this should cover moms oxygen tank freezer and hope light) candles and oil lamp :)

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    1. Good morning!
      Having a generator will definitely help along with candles and oil lamps.

      Thank you for commenting on this post, I have entered you in the give-away.

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  11. How lucky that today is the day I decided to go through my new followers and follow them!!! I didn't know you were an Okie!!! So am I ☺
    We have a generator and candles! I would like to get oil lamps sometime soon!
    Giveaways are fun! My little one woke up the morning of my drawing and asked if that was the day she gets to pull the name out of the hat LOL!!! Have a great day!

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    1. Hey Kelly,

      I'm glad you decided to go through your new followers!
      Originally, I'm from Michigan. We transferred to Oklahoma almost 5 years ago. What part of Oklahoma are you from? It sounds like you're some what prepared for lighting up your house. If your looking for old time oil lamps, check out Estate Sales. I have found some really nice ones that were not to expensive. Your little one sounds like a sweetheart :-)

      I've entered your name in the give-away, good luck!

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  12. In once or twice. To win this would be nice.

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  13. Candles (not enough), LED flashlights, handheld, LED flashlight, headlamps, battery powered lanterns, propane and coleman fuel powered lanterns.

    Ah the advantages of camping with kids in Scouting.

    Adding some solar powered outdoor stake lights also.

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    1. Bob S.,

      It sure sounds as if your prepared and have the light source needed. OMG, yes......there are many advantages of camping with Scouts.

      I've entered you in the give-away, good luck!

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  14. OHHH! I almost missed this! We have candles, oil lamps, camping gas lamps, a bunch of LED small and large portable lights, solar lights, generator if needed, flashlights. and a big ole firepit if needed lol!

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    1. Hey Katie,

      I'm coming to your house for light, lol.....

      I've got you enter in the give-away.

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  15. Like everybody else...candles, outdoor solar lights, led solar lights and wind up lights. And battery flashlights!

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    1. Deb,

      Thank you for commenting on this post. You're entered in the give-away. Good luck!

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  16. We have candles, flashlights and lanterns

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    1. Hey there Rhonda,

      Welcome to my blog. Candles, flashlights and lanterns, sounds like you are prepared if the lights go out.

      Thank you for stopping by. I've registered you for the give-away. Good Luck!

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    1. A Girl, Why Thank You!!!
      You've been entered for the give-away :-)

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  18. we have solar little lights, candles and oil lamp we are in a 26 ft trailer so our lights will run off battery for a while need to replace worn out battery just found you site enjoying it

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    1. Hey Lola,

      Welcome to my blog, I've entered you in the give-away. Good Luck!

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