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J.F. Oakes Offers Pro-Pest Powerful Rechargeable Solar Flashlight

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The Pro-Pest rechargeable solar flashlight can be recharged three ways.

| July 28, 2011

Yazoo City, Miss. — J.F. Oakes offers pest management professionals a powerful rechargeable solar flashlight with the Pro-Pest Solar Flashlight. This flashlight uses a 1-watt USA Cree LED. Cree LEDs are brighter and last longer than standard LEDs, the firm says.

The Pro-Pest rechargeable solar flashlight can be recharged three ways:

  1. In a vehicle with the DC adaptor.
  2. By the sun.
  3. In an office or home with the AC adaptor.


The Pro-Pest Solar Flashlight comes with both AC & DC charging adaptors, has on/off switch and has a durable anodized aluminum body. There is no filament to burn out or break. Visit  www.jfoakes.com for more information on the firm’s pest control products.
 

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