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3 FlareAlert 9.1.1 LED Emergency Beacon Flares with Storage Bag

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  • Weather resistant
  • Compact and lightweight design, Each Beacon Requires 3 AAA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)
  • Dual lighting options
  • Magnetic base
  • The bag is made of polyester and is 9" x 4" x 6", weight is 8 oz (empty).
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3 FlareAlert 9.1.1 LED Emergency Beacon Flares with Storage Bag + AAA 4342AAA Emergency Warning Triangle + AAA 4326AAA Heavy Duty 16' 6 Gauge Booster Cable
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandFlareAlert
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions9.2 x 5.6 x 5.4 inches
Item model numberFLA900TANDBAG
Manufacturer Part NumberFLA900TANDBAG
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LQ78YY
Best Sellers Rank #3,254 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 20, 2005
  
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Product Description

The FlareAlertTM is as simple as it gets!!! No fire, no fumes, no fuss!!! And none of the hidden costs associated with incendiary flares (damaged streets and uniforms, injured personnel, etc.). The FlareAlertTM also saves you from the hassle of dealing with hundreds of incendiary flares. Consider this: One FlareAlertTM provides approx. 20 hours of safety before a battery change is needed. You would have to strike 80 incendiary flares, one after another, to achieve the same 20 hours of safety. Just think of the mess!!! Each Beacon Requires 3 AAA Alkaline Batteries. (Not Included)


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Bright flashing lights.
Nancy Vogel
The batteries went in easy and all three beacons fit nicely in the case.
T. Andrus
The quality is very good, they are sturdy and well made.
Elsie McNeill

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238 of 239 people found the following review helpful By K. Corn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 12, 2011
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Before writing this review, I made sure to look at the 1 and 2 star reviews (which made some valid points but not deal breakers for us). Why? Because we faced this situation: heavy snow, a car which broke down and low visibility. We immediately got out these flares and were happy to see that they were visible for some distance (to test this out, we stood away from the road, on the ground and far back from the car). One of the MAJOR advantages of this product is that each emergency beacon is magnetized and sticks to cars. I"m also getting another set because I think it is safer to have some behind the car as well as to the side- as well as on the car itself.

The bottom line is that they worked on a busy interstate and we could see cars taking care to avoid our car, long before they got within striking range. There were no screeching or skidding noises from those cars. Meanwhile, we stayed outside our car, since the temperature wasn't too cold. The beacons are noted to be able to be "run over" by a 6000 pound vehicle. I can't vouch for that because it didn't happen.

I do want to address the concerns of those who gave lower ratings to this product. Yes, it could be difficult to install the batteries for those with arthritis or any trouble pushing batteries into typical battery slots. Yes, it takes a bit of strength to move the top of the beacons counter clockwise to open the case (but not all that much). I don't work out enough to have more than average hand strength. But just to be sure, I had a 12 year old, a 50 year old and an 80 year old open the case. None of them do more than general household chores and activities.
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63 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Sharky on November 29, 2010
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I got these emergency strobe lights for auto emergency kits and I really like them. If you use road flares, they will burn out after 30 minutes or so. If you use cyalume light sticks, they are not bright enough and can blow away. If you use reflective triangles, they are also not visible enough in snow or fog and can blow away. These strobe lights are very bright and the bottom is magnetic, so you can stick them to the roof of your car and they will be visible from long distances in heavy snow, rain, or fog, and will not blow away. There are two settings; the blinking red light and the steady always-on light. The only problem I found is that they are hard to open to put batteries in them, which could be a pain if you store your batteries separately and need to put them in during the cold or rain.
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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Melanie O. on May 28, 2010
My Flare Alert arrived very quickly and I am incredibly satisfied with my purchase. The bag is sturdy and contains three pockets that safely hold each Flare Alert until you are ready to use them. (There's also room to store batteries inside if you don't want to actually put them into the light until you need to use it.)

Each light needs three AA batteries. I tested one and was amazed at how bright the light was. It literally hurt to look at it more than a few milliseconds. I'm positive that this would be able to viewed from a long distance. I stuck it on the fridge and the magnets worked fine.

It's a great little addition to any car emergency kit. Traditional flares can be dangerous and unreliable. These are safe, easy to use, can be seen from a greater distance, and are longer lasting.

They also have a variety of uses - I could see someone using it to demarcate a driveway for visiting guests or as a night light for kids or even as lighting for a party (you might need to place some sort of lampshade or something over them as these things are really bright).
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By B. Nebab on January 11, 2012
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This is a well-conceived product, something that I think should be in every vehicle (in the cabin) along with a telescoping lug wrench (or breaker bar) and jumper cables (in the trunk). However, the build quality of these flares is unfortunately poor, particularly the battery box. The problems people have noted fitting the batteries into their slots, particularly the middle ones, I believe is due to the flimsy grommets/connectors used for the positive terminal. The negative terminal is a very long spring, which doesn't give you a lot of room to easily insert the battery into its slot. If you try to shove the positive end in, even if you've compressed the spring for the negative end as much as you can, you have a good chance of bending/distorting the grommet/connector just with the nub of the battery's positive terminal, making it impossible to insert the battery fully into the slot. This happened on 2 of the 3 flares I received, something I could only fix with some needle-nose pliers and micro-screwdriver--generally, tools not everyone will have at the ready in their vehicle should the flares be needed and a problem come up with the battery installation. Besides, you really have better, less ironic things to be doing on the side of the road than fixing your emergency equipment! What's more, the second time this happened was AFTER I'd successfully installed the batteries one time into the flare, popped them out, then tried to reinstall them, just to see how easily it could be done in the event I had to do it on the road. Therefore, success one time is no guarantee of success a second time, should you decide to keep the batteries out of the flares until you need to use them.Read more ›
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