Wind ‘N Go Vers-A-Light Can be Charged in Four Different Ways

 - Oct 7, 2013
References: aervoe & fancy
The Wind ‘N Go Vers-A-Light is a self-powered 19-LED lantern and S.O.S. beacon that can be charged in four different ways.

These include the hand-driver dynamo charging mechanism, which requires the uses to hand crank the flashlight for two to three minutes, resulting in power for up to 40 minutes. The other three methods include a USB charging cable from your computer and an AC/DC input for charging with either a 12V or 120V adapter.

The Wind ‘N Go Vers-A-Light costs $20, and is an especially useful addition to the outdoor gear as the strong LED light is weatherproof and no batteries are required to power the light. This makes it perfect for dealing with any emergencies or power outages, as well as an outdoor companion when going for various activities such as camping, boating and fishing. The flashlight measures 3.9 inches in length by 3.9 inches in widtch by 1.6 inches in height.