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Duracell Durabeam Ultra 250 Lumens High-Intensity LED Flashlight, 3-Pack

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  • Tough Aircraft Grade Anodized Aluminum Body
  • Emergency Strobe light
  • Scratch resistant polycarbonate lens
  • Weather resistant, high & low beam, impact resistant.
  • Includes 3 flashlights and 9 AAA batteries
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Power Source Battery-Powered C ALKALINE BATTERIES Battery-Powered Battery-Powered
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Length 4.5 inches 10.5 inches 6.75 inches 7 inches
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Technical Details
Part Number 739442
Item Weight5 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches
OriginChina
Item model number739442
ColorBlack
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity3
Type of BulbLED
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB00D3Y3JEE
Best Sellers Rank #15,030 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 31, 2013
  
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Product Description

Super mini size, bright, blinding effect. Skid-proof design & waterproof design. Output bright can come to 250 lumens (MAX). Durabeam Ultra high intensity LED flashlight, fits in purs, car glove compartment, pockets. drop tested to witstand impact from 3.2 ft. Aircraft grade anodized aluminum body, lightweight, durable, compact design, corrosion and wear resistant. Includes 3 AAA duracell batteries for each flashlight.

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Does not seem to drain batteries when turned off.
Garrett S. Fong
Good flashlight, have used it to walk the dog at night at home and have used at vacation resorts where the night time outdoor lighting needs assistance.
F. L. APPEL
I bought these lights and they have been awesome very bright.
Ethan.S

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By The Engineer Critic on July 11, 2013
I bought these flashlights at C-stco and I think they're a great deal compared to some much-higher-priced Cree-LED flashlights. Although made in China, they seems to be well made.

The bright center of the beam is probably 100X brighter than most dollar store LED flashlights that run on the same 3 AAA cells, but this also means that the batteries are consumed 100X faster, so not too good for hiking or camping. Manufacturer estimates 1 hour on high [~250 lumens] and 4 hours on low [~60 lumens], presumably with the Duracell batteries. I am using NiMh AAA Eneloop rechargeable batteries and brightness was about the same, but run time is only 3 hours on Low before the light becomes very dim.

The flashlight has no focus adjustment for modifying the beam pattern. A large area around the outside of the center beam is only dimly illuminated.

The large rear button switch toggles between High, Low, tactical Strobe, and Off (intermittently a position will be skipped in which case you need to run through them again). This switch is a "soft off" switch, and a tiny amount of current is consumed when the flashlight is "off" (you can tell this by the "flash" that occurs when batteries are installed) -- I thought perhaps this was to ensure that you keep buying Duracell batteries but I measured current usage when "off" as only ~0.01mA, so when "off" it should theoretically take about 8 years to drain the batteries (which is longer than the battery shelf life anyway). This type of switch doesn't allow for signaling SOS, either manually or automatically, but you could perhaps signal SOS manually by putting your hand over the lens, like smoke-signals. :-)

The button switch protrudes from the end of the flashlight so you can't (safely) stand it upright like a candle.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Garrett S. Fong on January 6, 2014
I bought these the other day from costco and I think they are a nice, serviceable, around the house light on a budget.

Pros:
-Affordable, B&M retailer with a GOOD return policy.
-Feels solid in the hand, good knurl grip and typeII black anodize.
-Nice feeling, electronic tailcap switch with diver-tailcap
-Easy to switch modes, hold it for 1.5 seconds to turn off from HI or LO. So you don't have to cycle through disco mode to turn it off.
-Good quality for the $$. XPG is centered in the reflector, no dust or debris in the business end.
-Nice looking black finish with none of that ridiculous looking "copper top cosmetic" that plagued the earlier Duracell designs.
-Does not seem to drain batteries when turned off. This has been a problem on previous Costco flashlights... particularly the ones with the red LED in the tailcap.
-The light has reverse polarity protection, so you can insert the 3AAA carrier into the tube backwards and it will not fry the circuit. In fact, you can use it as a kind of "lock-out" feature. So you can stash the light in your bag or glove box and not worry about an accidental turn on.
-I haven't dunked it in the sink yet, but the bezel is glued and the tailcap has a nice snug O-ring gasket. So I do think its rain-resistant.
-The circuit does not rely on power interrupt to switch modes. So you can BANG on it, hit it and jostle it and it will not switch modes.

Cons:
-Noticeable PWM flickering on LO mode.
-Will not fit an 18650 cell (my preferred power source).
-Does not tail stand
-No anti-roll feature. So if you lay it on a table thats slightly tilted it will roll off. Lay it down on the garage under a car and it roll away.
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Major Problem: Battery Holder is made 1/16 to 1/8 inch TOO SHORT. Tore the exterior cover on one of my rechargeable Duracell Batteries just trying to get battery out of battery holder to recharge same on the very first change. You either need a pocket knife or a hook end tool to pull out the battery as the holding spring within the battery holder is compressed 100% and battery WILL NOT READILY COME OUT FOR REPLACEMENT OR RECHARGING. Should you have to do this in the dark after the existing batteries die, you will need a second flashlight to illuminate and a tool to pry the batteries out of the holder. My wife could not get them out at all. I gave her one to keep in her car and she gave it back to me. A real NIGHTMARE!
I also notice that on "LOW" that the light does NOT stay on consistently and will sometimes flicker or will just go out. You then need to turn it off and turn it on again to get light out of it. Acts like the 99 cent flashlight of the 1980's.
In looking at the entire flashlight, I note that it is about 3/4 inch shorter than the old Cree type flashlights that hold 3 AAA batteries.
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