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Let There Be Shake! - Shake Flashlight

It is a common misconception that the truly innovative or ingenious products often have high prictags associated with them. Our guest blogger Imani Peterson shares with our reader one ingenious product that everyone can afford.

Imani is the webmaster of several sites and believes the internet is to be molded at will. He is also a graphic designer and a music producer who is currently working with an artist for a future release.

Here's his article:

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Have you ever been at home during a bad storm when all of a sudden the power has gone out? Your first instinct is to find a flashlight as quickly as
possible because after all we humans need our light. We don't have nocturnal eyes like cats or owls that allow us to see in the dark. Light soothes us
and keeps our bodies tranquil. There is no substitute for it and we value it
tremendously.

Ok guys, let's be honest here for one second. How many of you have tried to flip the light switch on out of habit when trying to find a flashlight during a power outage? If you just laughed, then that means you've done it too.

What happens when you locate your flashlight only to discover that there is
no battery power left or the light is so dim it's virtually unusable? This
has got to be one of the most annoying feelings in life. Well, your problems have been solved thanks to the Shake Flashlight.

Now, I know what you're thinking "OMG, OMG, FINALLY A FLASHLIGHT THAT CAN STIR MY SHAKES FOR ME!" Uh, not quite. The ingenious inventors of the new Shake Flashlight have created a product that makes battery power obsolete simply by shaking it.

Using magnetic energy and coils the Shake Flashlight will give you two hours of LED light from a minute and a half of shaking. Not a bad ratio for this eight ounce lifesaver. With a 100% money back guarantee and lifetime replacement guarantee the Shake Flashlight is well worth it's $39.95 MSRP.


Comments
Jul 20, 2006
by Anonymous (not verified)

Where can I get this flashlight?

Link of the vendor selling the flash light please? Thanks.

Jul 20, 2006
by Michelle
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We've fixed it...

You can find the product at Amazon for the best price. If you go through our link, you also help support our site.

Thanks so much.

Michelle
AmericanInventorSpot.com Team

Jul 20, 2006
by Imani Peterson
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Re: Where can I get this flashlight

There is a link in the article from amazon.com