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Coast HP550 Focusing Led Light 1000 Lumens Flashlight


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  • Lifetime guarantee
  • LED Light
  • Quick cycle switch
  • Fingertip Speed Focus Control
  • Water Resistant
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions14.6 x 9.5 x 2.5 inches
OriginImported
Item model numberHP550
Power SourceBattery-Powered
  
Additional Information
ASINB00A9IEYCS
Best Sellers Rank #340,361 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 pounds
Date First AvailableNovember 18, 2012
  
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Coast HP550 focusing Led Light 1000 Lumens -1066 foot high -beam distance Water resistant ***Includes 9 AA batteries 2 Hr and 30 minutes 1 m impact resistance Water Resistant Flood beam slide over to spot beam low beam is 40 lumens and will run 40 hours. quick cycle beams, 1000 lumens, 40 lumens and S.O.S .

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It's nice that it uses AA batteries as they are easy to come by.
Peter A. Mcgovern
This single LED flashlight is about the size of a 2 'D' cell light, but the light output is amazing.
Brian
And that light is able to focus a MUCH tighter beam than the HP550.
Matt

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By SamoyedsRcool on November 23, 2012
This is a fantastic flashlight! I have an EagleTac 180 lumen dual-mode flashlight that I thought was the bee's knees compared to other incandescent lights I've used - like Surefire and Streamlight (mostly on the batter-life front). But I would not have imagined the jump in the amount of flight from 180 lumens to 1,000 lumens.

While 180 lumens can get you by in, say, your dark back yard, this 1,000 lumen light will brighten a huge swath of your yard so you can see much more of everything.

This light has a sliding focus mechanism, which is much easier to use than the common twist-type focus system. The amount of difference between a narrow focus and a wide focus is pretty significant. Though the narrow is not TOO narrow - you'll maybe get 5' of very bright light from 30' away, and maybe another 20' of light-enough area around that. At its widest setting, it's dramatically less brighter in the center, but I can light-up almost half of my yard at a time.

I like that it runs on AA batteries (9 of them). This makes it easier to find replacements when you're out of juice. Some 1,000+ lumen lights run on special batteries that can cost more than the flashlight itself.

If the power goes out, and you have enough batteries, this thing makes a much better room lantern than any normal incandescent or LED battery lantern out there. Way more light.

The primary downside is that this light is long and thick. You'll have the dedicate your hand to holding this thing, as I can't imagine juggling this light with anything else in the same hand. That the on/off button is on the very back is a little inconvenient, too. On a smaller light, you can hold the light in such a way that your thumb is always over the on/off button. But that's not comfortable with this light. Though this really probably only applies to those people with tactical concerns, such as police officers and soldiers.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Matt on December 9, 2012
I got this light at Costco a couple of weeks back for $49. And I have to say that it is one impressive light. This thing is SERIOUSLY bright! At 1000 lumens, it's about as bright as a 75 watt incandescent bulb! That's certainly alot of light out of a flashlight that's about the same size as a classic 2D Maglite. And it lights up the great outdoors in a way that even 200 lumen flashlights just can't.

Battery life is pretty impressive as well. I believe the stated runtime is around two hours and 15 minutes. I haven't tested how long it runs on a set of batteries. But I ran it for about two and a half hours on NiMH batteries. And although NiMH batteries tend to make a light run bright until dropping to zero when the batteries are spent, I never got to that point. I'm not sure whether that would have happened in another five minutes. But the fact is that battery life exceeded that stated by the manufacturer! Of course, that's on NiMH batteries. Not sure how long it would last on alkalines.

One thing I DO notice about the light is that it is rather 'floody'. I also have a Coast P14. And that light is able to focus a MUCH tighter beam than the HP550. That's somewhat to be expected, as the P14 has a significantly smaller LED. It's not too much of a liability, though. This light certainly puts out enough light that it really doesn't matter if it can't focus as tightly.

I also have to say that the light has a nice feel to it. It's not overly heavy. Yet it has a substantial, well-built feeling to it. And overall, the build quality is REALLY good, especially for a $49 light with this kind of light output.

Everybody here seems to like the fact that it uses 9AA batteries. I'm not so thrilled about this fact. Yes, they are available everywhere.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Peter A. Mcgovern on November 30, 2012
We purchased this light from Costco for less than half a Benjamin. Considering the amount of light that this thing puts out, it is surprisingly compact and light. The fit and finish are superb...it feels solid and well put together.

There is an easy to push slider at the bulb end that lets you widen or narrow the light. This lets you chose between an extremely bright spotlight effect or a very bright wide angle effect.

As far as brightness goes, we took the light into the woods near our house and it was like walking with a car headlight. Everything was lit up in every direction.

The light was so cool we decided to buy a bunch of them for holiday gifts for friends and family. My wife went to the store where we had purchased them and they were completely sold out. There were only twenty or so left at a nearby warehouse and so we rushed over there and bought five more.

The flashlight comes with nine AA batteries installed. It's nice that it uses AA batteries as they are easy to come by.

We probably wouldn't have purchased this if we had to pay the current amazon price of 3/4 of a Benjamin but at two Jacksons and a Hamilton it was well worth it.

The switch on the very back, when pressed, defaults to the brightest setting. Press it again and you get a much dimmer light, press it a third time and it flashes a very bright SOS in Morse code. If you turn it off and wait five seconds it defaults back to the bright mode when you next push the button.

To sum it all up...this is a very bright, well constructed , compact (comparatively) flashlight with a lifetime guarantee.

The pros:

Very bright
lightweight
well made
adjustable spotlight to wide angle of lighting
uses AA batteries

Cons:

A bit Pricey for a flashlight
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