It's the same as our Regular Dynamo Flashlight except you assemble this yourself!
When we first tried this new hand-powered flashlight, we played with it for hours. Sure, we'd seen hand-powered flashlights before, but not like this one. The Dynamo's clear plastic case actually lets you and your students watch as physical energy is transferred into electrical energy. Based on Michael Faraday's groundbreaking invention (which he called the "dynamo"), this flashlight uses only a disk magnet and two coils of copper to generate electricity for its LED light bulb.
When you squeeze the handle, a ratchet and gear system spin the magnet between the coils, and voila!, the flashlight shines! The faster you squeeze, the brighter the light shines. Comes complete with one spare bulb.