It's smart to stock your home with flashlights in case of a power outage. They are also great tools for camping, hiking, and other outdoor adventures. Battery-powered incandescent flashlights are the most common option available, but newer LED flashlights and headlamps are more durable (and more expensive). Crank-type flashlights that don't require batteries are a smart choice for an emergency kit.
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