MCM Electronics

LED Flashlight with Built-In Battery Charger By Concept Green (CGF1400) MCM Part #28-12070

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MSRP: $18.99
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This LED flashlight is also a device charger for your iPhone, iPod, Smartphone, and most digital devices. Charges in 3-4 hours by USB. Includes standard USB cord and standard adaptors (Micro USB, Mini USB, and Apple connector).

Specifications Top


  • Battery type: Lithium-polymer
  • Battery Capacity: 1250mAh
  • Output voltage: DC 5V
  • Output current: 500mA
  • Input Current: 300-600mA
  • Dimensions: 4 x 2 x .4 inches
  • Weight: 2.1 ounces
  • Charge time: 3-4 hours by USB
  • Color: Black

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:28-12070
Concept Green Part #:CGF1400
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.26 lbs.
RoHS Comp:No
Warranty:90 days
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Length:7.75 in.
Width:5 in.
Height:1.75 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by dagriggs

    on 12/27/2012

    cgf1400 led flashlight

    Overall: 4 out of 5

    Maybe I should rate this a bit higher. Mostly because it is the only one of it's kind that I have found. The flat black plastic body seems fairly robust no cheap feel to it. It also has that "soft plastic" or "rubbery grip" feel so it is less likely to slip from your grip and lends to it's good feel. The LED head is powder coated, gloss, black aluminum

    I have been looking for an inexpensive 18650 cell charger. I have seen a similar tool online but didn't like the shape. I just happen to spot this at my local Meijer's for $20! The charger is worth $5, the 18650, 1400 mAh cell is worth $5, and the led light is worth $5 so there is $15 bucks worth already. In addition this works as a charger for my cell phone, laptop and MP3 player, I am very happy.

    It is no larger than it needs to be, easily fits in any pocket and has an optional lanyard hole.

    The Bad: There are no dust covers for the USB receptacles but those usually get in the way and break off anyway so I don't know how useful that would really be (maybe a slide cover incorporated into the body would work).

    The LED is surprisingly bright and with the flat butt and removable aluminum head the tool can be placed in candlelight mode. Since the LED has several settings, On, Strobe, Flash and 2 or 3 brightness modes, the candlelight mode should last for hours and hours! I have not yet read the instructions yet there may be other modes as well. (I will take this opportunity to say I went to their website for this information and was not impressed. The info on the site sucks for end user customers no down-loadable - or even viewable owners manual that I found. The listed specs were a bit, odd? for instance they list a talk time, huh? talk time?) The battery is listed as "Lithium-Polymer". This uses the Lithium Ferrous Phosphate 18650 cell.

    The only thing I do not care for is the battery door lock. The battery is accessed by sliding the cover off but only after the removal of the "lock". Fortunately there are no tiny screws! I hate those! First, use a coin to 1/4 turn the "lock" or "keeper", the keeper then falls free and one easily slides the access door open. It is possible for the "keeper" to be dropped and lost. A small metal ring secured in the end of the keeper would aid in that way. That being said, the existing design lends itself to being rugged.

    After leaving the store I decided to turn around and go right back in and buy the remaining 2. One for my brother who got me into the 18650 batteries by showing me how the alkalines have ruined many of my good flashlights.vThe 18650 cells don't leak!

    I should also mention the battery used in this unit is a standard, non-proprietary cell so it can be changed out to a fresh one as desired. It will not leak and destroy the tool and one could easily carry a second 18650 for additional run time.