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Coleman Flashcell New Year Give Away! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Greg Allen   
Friday, 21 December 2007

Coleman Flash Cell Screwdriver

A few weeks ago we wrote about the new Coleman Flash Cell 5.4v cordless screwdriver.  It is one of the first items on the market to use and ultracapacitor.  It's amazing because in 90 seconds it will fully charge.  With over 500,000 thousand charge/discharge cycles, it will truly last a life time.  This is the future of electronics and tools.

So... we decided that weare giving one away for FREE!  On New Years day,  we will select a name of someone that is a registered member of this site and ship one to them. It's a small Thank You for helping with this website.  Thanks for helping us advance this technology.  We appreciate you very much and want to show that appreciation.   We will have a random drawing from every name of everyone signed up on this site.   So.. if you have not signed up yet.. do so now for a chance to win a free Coleman Flash Cell Ultracapacitor Screwdriver.  I can guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

I was watching the video on the website today and I am simply amazed about this product.  I have ordered a few.. one for me and one for you (the lucky winner).  You know...  It is very cool to see the ultra capacitor technology slip into our lives like this. We will see it slip into our daily lives more and more. 

Good Luck!  Have an awesome Christmas Holiday and New Year... I will see you soon!

Greg

LINKS:

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www.colemanflashcellscrewdriver.comColeman Flash Cell Cordless Screwdriver

 

 

 

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