|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 5 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||RNR2D-B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
Rayovac RNR2D-B Roughneck 2D Metal Rubbermate Flashlight
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- High performance LED lasts 100,000 hours and never needs replacing; lumens: 180 (high mode) and 80 (low mode)
- Adjustable spot to flood focus beam with a beam distance of 146 meters
- Machined aluminum with rubber grips, large on and off switch, DC/DC regulated circuit
- Runs on 2 D alkaline batteries (included); run time 4 hours (high mode) and 11 hours (low mode)
- Withstands a 15 foot drop test, IPX4 water resistant
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The one thing I don't like is the way that you narrow the beam. You turn the top of the light, like most, but it doesn't narrow much until that piece is almost completely unscrewed. So it feels flimsy when you narrow the beam.
- It runs on 2 D size batters. D batteries are more cost-effective that AAA, AA, C or 9V.
- It has a very good natural white light. Many have too much blue. Human eyes can see best with natural white light, like sunlight, near noon.
- It feels good in the hand, and, it can take a lot of bouncing around.
Flashlights with LED light source is the only way to go, but, make sure you get one that produces natural white light, in technical terms, get the ones with the LED rated at 5000K; higher than 5000K produces too much blue, lower produces too much red.
An LED flashlight will produce 4 to 8 times (depending on LED) more light than a flashlight with an incandescent bulb (meaning a bulb with a metal filament), for the same amount of battery energy.
LEDs never burn out, they just get weaker, but, will last many thousands of hours before they get too dim.
LEDs do not "burn out" when they are hit or dropped, like the old standard bulbs.
The spot flood works fine, mine initially would go past the spot position quite easily but now it locks when it gets to that point.
Which is nice as it keeps from having to check you've unwound it too much.
Original batteries still going strong after regular daily usage for 5+ weeks.
Can pick out deer hiding across the field here in the sticks of the country.
Good and bright, seems solidly made.
I had tried the tiny hyper-bright LED flashlights (all ruggedized, sharp, and rattle-y) in the car. They always seemed to break, have click-button-switch problems, or dead batteries - the expensive kind).
This is a very rugged, drop-able flashlight. It tucks into my vehicle's side-pocket (passenger side) on the door. it doesn't rattle, doesn't shift, and worked very well a couple months ago as we pulled up, found the doggies barking at a rattlesnake and had to club-o-fy said snake into submission. At night. In the dark. On a springy-soft cushion of grass and leaf litter. (Nope, just can't make this stuff up...)
I also like the fact it uses "beeeeg" batteries - so will have some shelf-life and some extended time switched on before going dim.
like that you could choose high and low light.
even with the low setting it's very bright.
feels very solid.
Now to keep an eye on the batteries from time to time,to make sure they don't leak.
**FOLLOW-UP** after a year of good use, I dropped it (about four feet) getting out of my car, and it stopped working. The rubber cushion did not prevent the tailpiece from cracking to pieces. I was very disappointed, because I liked this light.
For a 2D LED light, you simply cant beat them for that price.
Dont expect them to be as bright as others out there, but its a perfectly usable amount of light, even outdoors.
I could easily see a couple blocks away with it in my neighborhood one night looking for someones cat. (I was hungry)
They are a bit on the heavy side, but made very well and seem very rugged.
Great, cheap lights to keep around the house, in the car, etc.
My only complaint is that I wish there was more separation between high and low. Low mode is only slightly dimmer than high.
Turning the head of the light lets you focus the beam from a spot to flood. Beam has some rings and artifacts in it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the best light of its type around. Two D cells seem to last forever. 20+ hours and still going. This is a VERY bright light!
Buy one or several... Read more
The flashlight work 6 times and the switch broke. I called Spectrum Brands and was told that this flashlight is no longer manufactured. Read morePublished 17 months ago by walter j zawislak
This is a satisfactory but not a great flashlight. On the one I have the low beam does not work, i.e., I have two high beams. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jasmoo
I found these flashlights to be perfect to have in the car or around home since they had high/low power settings along with a spot to flood beam and let's not forget the 15 foot... Read morePublished on May 7, 2014 by Kinney Yan
I bought one of these, I was So impressed, I ordered three more. Made in Thailand, it is well made. And looks to be nearly indestructable. Read morePublished on February 28, 2014 by Brain
I bought this so people could see there way in the dark at work during power outages. These flashlights are top quality and I can't begin to tell you how bright they are. Read morePublished on February 11, 2014 by Robert Wingert
Bought one for each car. I figured with decent batteries and being an LED the power consumption would be better than a standard flashlight. Read morePublished on January 14, 2014 by J. Owens
nice flashlight for the price. seems very rugged and sturdy. I don't particularly like the focus ring as at one end of the focus point it seems like the lens cap is just a tad... Read morePublished on December 7, 2013 by BrianS