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Gerber Omnivore Multi-Battery LED Flashlight [22-80124]

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  • Interchangeable battery technology
  • Aircraft grade aluminum housing
  • Runs on one AA, AAA or CR123 battery
  • One AA battery included
  • Burn time 3 hours
  • Type II hard anodized body
  • Aluminum tail cap switch
  • comfortable grip
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Product Description

Features:-Interchangeable battery technology-Aircraft-grade aluminum housing-Runs on one AA, AAA or CR123 battery.

From the Manufacturer

What happens when you bring Gerber innovation to lighting? The result is the new Omnivore flashlight with patent-pending multi-battery functionality. Just pick your battery! Choose a AA, AAA or CR123 and drop it in for a beaming bright, white light. A .7-watt L.E.D. is protected by an aircraft-grade aluminum housing with lanyard hole to tether it close by. One AA battery included.

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Technical Details

Part Number 22-80124
Item Weight 1.1 ounces
Product Dimensions 7.3 x 5.1 x 1.5 inches
Item model number 22-80124
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Color Black
Material Aluminum
Power Source Battery-Powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Number Of Pieces 1
Type of Bulb LED
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes
Warranty Description Limited Lifetime

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ASIN B0014BMC2S
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #63,082 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#1,533 in Home Improvement > Hardware > Flashlights > Handheld Flashlights
#4,592 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
#11,627 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available June 8, 2005

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By Kim on November 22, 2008
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Pros: Uses AA, AAA, CR123 batteries.
Cons: Mediocre brightness, slippery to hold, awkward on/off switch.

Ordered this flashlight because it can use several common types of batteries ("Hey buddy, gotta spare battery? Never mind, I'll just steal one from the TV remote in my hotel room or buy one at the 7-Eleven"). It's also small and rugged. Have only tested with the AA battery that it ships with, and AAA battery (specs say 12 lumens for both types; apparently throws 18 lumens with CR123). No discernable difference in brightness or pattern. Shined from a distance of about 12 feet, throws a mediocre 1-foot spot with faint 3-foot halo. Color of LED's light is std blue-white. Not super bright, but not bad. Workmanship and fit and finish are pretty nice.

There is a transparent flat glass protective lens on front and a very convex, sorta fisheye shaped lens behind that.

Barrel of light is anodized and almost completely smooth. There is some superficial scoring around the ends of the flashlight, but they seem to be non-functional, certainly not offering any grippy surface for the hand. I'd hate to try to hold onto this light with wet or greasy hands.

There is a tiny eyelet at the tail, about 1.5mm wide, enough for the type of lanyard that a compact digital camera comes with. But this light doesn't come with a lanyard. I suppose you could make a lanyard out of string or of fishing line also. At least that way you wouldn't lose it if it slipped from your hand.

The on/off switch is a rubberized button on the silver-anodized tail end. Button is too small and too flush to end of light to actuate easily with thumb if holding light in fist with thumb on button.
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An excellent light for the money. I love that it uses several types of batteries, so you can use whatever you have on hand. That is a handy feature if you are camping and only have a certain type of battery with you. It is ruggedly built and throws a very bright beam for its size using the CR123 battery. The beam is a bit less bright with AAs and kind of on the weak side with AAAs, but I'd only use AAAs in this in an emergency.

I suspect that the previous reviewers who were not pleased with the light output were using AAA batteries.
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I picked this up at a local retail co-op who very kindly gave me a voucher for a Gerber Cornea that got ruined by a set of leaky alkaline batteries. I would not have otherwise paid full retail for it. Other commentators have pointed out that this light does not have the strongest beam, which is true; the LED emitter appears to be the same one or maybe half a generation newer than the one in the Cornea. 20 lumens maximum output is *way* behind Fenix and Streamlight offerings in the same size class. The Smith and Wesson tactical flashlight I bought a year ago costs only slightly more and puts out something like 100 lumens.

Nevertheless, I'm still happy with the Omnivore because it shares attributes common to all the Gerber lights that I've seen: a good, reliable tail cap switch, a massively-overbuilt aluminum body, thick lens, and good optics that help make the most of the comparatively weak output. The one, unique quality that makes it cool is its ability to accept AAA, AA, and CR123 batteries. I was content to put in the AA Energizer that came with it. Aside from its compact dimensions, another very favorable attribute that makes this light useful for everyday carry needs is the smoothly-machined case. Those "tactical" lights with the spiky bezels (these are for whacking assailants) will rapidly chew through pockets if so carried; the Omnivore will not. Another thing Gerber got right with the design of this light was the lanyard hole on the tailcap, which is indispensable on smaller flashlights.

Final analysis: the Omnivore is not great, but it's definitely "good enough" for most people.
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I admit it, I love this little cheap flashlight! I have owned my first one for several years and I find despite owning several fancier and more expensive models I tend to use this Gerber the most and so I have added more to my collection (not to mention including it as one of my Groomsmen's gifts when I got married). Here's why:

-I love the flexibility of it being able to use just about whatever battery I happen to have lying around.

-Its cheap (but well made see the next bullet)! Buy more than one while you're at it!
-It's tough! I had some one toss it to me from a top bunk and I missed and it hit the cement floor and never skipped a beat!

-It is a good amount of light, no I can't restore light to the Super Bowl when the power goes out but for 99% of tasks you are doing at night like looking for everything from the keys you dropped to picking up what your dog just dropped or in a tight dark spaces like under the hood of your car or behind the hot water heater this is just the right amount of light! Doesn't destroy your night vision with more light than you need!

-Its compact, the best flashlight is the one you actually carry and with this little guy I tend to always have one in my coat pocket

The only con, yes it is slippery. So go out and get a little grip tape like for a hockey stick and wrap $0.10 worth around it and move on with your life, problem solved!
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