Bought in October 2012, the unit was supplied with a 12volt, mains-powered charger, a printed user-guide, and no other accessories. The LED lamp head contains 12 LEDs, and the illumination is bright, white, and provides useful illumination to an area. The unit has been used primarily as a versatile work light around the home and has performed well in that capacity. The unit appears well made from well-formed hard plastic but does not appear to be constructed to survive rugged use/abuse, wet weather, or harsh environments. The crank 'mechanical charging' mechanism works, and may be useful in an emergency, but quickly becomes tedious before adequate charging has been achieved.
A replacement battery was successfully installed in February 2014. The battery is a standard 6 volt sealed lead-acid gel battery (4 or 4.5 Ah), and is attached to the inside of the unit (base and rear panel) with industrial strength Velcro which proved difficult to separate. The self-adhesive Velcro attached to the original battery should be retrieved and re-used to secure the new battery in place.
A 12 volt 4W solar 'briefcase' panel (sold primarily for trickle-charging car batteries) has been used to charge the unit with apparent success. Connection to the unit requires a cable terminated with a 2.1mm/5.5mm DC power plug (10mm barrel length), and the cabling/plug should emulate the polarity of the supplied mains-powered charger.