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Homeowners Trust Karrog Flashlights; Black & Decker Leaf Blowers

Updated on August 6, 2019
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Kenneth is a rural citizen of Hamilton, Ala., and has begun to observe life and certain things and people helping him to write about them.

While in Our Home

we live in an area that sadly, without any explanation, the Power Company always has a shut-down during the summer months. Many times these shut-down’s are at night and knowing me, I come from an old-fashioned Code of Honor meaning that whoever may be sleeping in our home (with my wife and myself) we entertain our grandkids on occasion, so when the lights go off, I am the one who reaches for my trusty flashlight.

No any run-of-the-mill flashlight. But a flashlight that I know, will last me for several years. Plus, the flashlight will endure all types of weather, dropping, and other abuses that to other flashlights, would be the end of them. Not my Karrog 1200 Lumens Super Bright Flashlight that comes in Pocket-Sized, T6 LED Torch with Clip, Water Resistant, 4 Modes for Camping, Hiking, and Emergencies. The Karrog can handle it!

I Know What it Feels Like

to be caught flat-footed, in the dark, the lights off, and my wife and I struggling to leave our home to seek shelter when a severe thunderstorm was coming. This was, sadly, a tough time. But a much-tougher time when all we had to watch our pathway was this so-called Budget Flashlight and let me tell you. I was very irritated when the light only flickered and it had brand-new batteries. I kept asking my wife if she bought it at a Budget store or a store that sells brand names? She admitted that she wanted to save a little money by buying a budget flashlight.

The night was over, Thank God, and the first thing I did when we returned home was trash that Budget flashlight and to not fall for those signs about Budget this or that anymore.

Instead, we decided to shop at the name-brand stores where the Karrog rechargeable flashlights are sold--and in the next two days, we did just that and guess what? We found out that Karrog flashlights ARE made to work and made to endure all of what troubles can be thrown at it.

I was well-pleased with the Karrog flashlight and I never have to worry about the light going off because I keep it charged and that never takes a long time. In fact, I was glad to buy a Karrog flashlight and so will you.

Rechargeable Flashlight, LED Tactical Flashlight, Karrong 1200 Lumens Super Bright Pocket-Sized T6 LED Torch with Clip, Water Resistant, 4 Modes for Camping Hiking Emergency (2 pack)
Rechargeable Flashlight, LED Tactical Flashlight, Karrong 1200 Lumens Super Bright Pocket-Sized T6 LED Torch with Clip, Water Resistant, 4 Modes for Camping Hiking Emergency (2 pack)

If you are shopping for a flashlight, try a Karrog Flashlight first. When you look at the features a Karrog brings to the table, (like I did), then you can relax at knowing that you have bought THE best, most-trusted, and enduring flashlight on the market.

 

Karrog is Designed to

take most any punishment one can give it. From accidentally-dropping it in water, on the sidewalk, pavement, this flashlight is tough to break. You will tire before you cause one break in the tough body of the Karrog flashlight. So be smart when you are in the need of a tough, endurable flashlight. Ask for the Karrog at your nearest department store.

Look at These Features of The Karrog Super-Bright Flashlight

Super-bright: 1200-lumen(max) T6 LED chip provides bright light ,can up to 600 feet. Fully zoomable from wide to narrow beam. Features 4 modes:high/low /strobe/SOS.

*You Get a handy USB Rechargeable and Battery Included plus a Built-in Micro-USB Portand included 18650 Li-ion Rechargeable Battery , able to be Charged by a Micro USB Cable(included) to Wall Charger/ Car Charger/ Power Bank/ Computer USB Interface. This flashlight is almost indestructible.

*Just Look! Flashlight is waterproof, and safe when it is rains. With a a durable aluminum body and impact-resistant design that can withstand rough going. A must for anyone who needs a tough-going flashlight.

BLACK+DECKER Electric Leaf Blower, 7-Amp (LB700)
BLACK+DECKER Electric Leaf Blower, 7-Amp (LB700)

Ease, great performance, and results! The main three elements of using a mediocre leaf blower and a Black and Decker Leaf Blower. Built for work and does not stall when the work piles up. Black & Decker Leaf Blowers are tough, durable, and affordable.

 

Black & Decker Electric Leaf-Blower (7 amp)

*What a Powerful Blower! 7-Amp motor has a powerful and efficient blowing performance

* Available Speed up to 180Mph/180CFM for fast and easy cleanup of leaves and debris---Ideal for clearing debris from lawns, and almost everywhere outdoor

*Built-in Retention! prevents frustrating interruptions during cleanup

*Lightweight at only 4.4 lbs * Air Speed up to 180 mph; Included. 7 amp Blower, 1 Blow Tube

If you have a cement drive or patio and have trees that shed leaves, then you need a Black and Decker Leaf Blower because it is designed for the tough jobs that most bargain-priced leaf blowers would choke when they try to get the job done.

Not Black & Decker leaf blowers. You can trust a Black & Decker leaf blower because before they ever hit the stores to be sold, they are tested with those tough tests that would make a bulldozer beg for mercy. Black& Decker is the best leaf blower going. I can trust a Black & Decker leaf blower . . .so should you.


© 2019 Kenneth Avery

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      Kenneth Avery 

      3 months ago

      Randy: love your humor. True. Both the flashlights/leaf blower can be recharged and last for up to three and a half hours, that is the leaf blower. The flashlights can run for more time than the leaf blower and you do not have to turn the flashlight on and off to blow leaves. Thank you, Randy, for your input.

      Stay in touch.

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      Randy Godwin 

      3 months ago from Southern Georgia

      So when the power goes off one can turn the flashlight on and blow some leaves? Okay...

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