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Stanley 95-112W Tripod LED Flashlight

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  • Innovative tripod design offers hands-free convenience
  • Weather-resistant anodized aluminum space frame construction tripod legs
  • Perfect for a project or emergency situation
  • Articulating head focuses light precisely where it's needed
  • Provides an extended run time of over 200 hours on 9 AA batteries
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Technical Details
Part Number 95-112W
Item Weight12.2 ounces
Product Dimensions11 x 2.6 x 4.8 inches
Item model number95-112W
Batteries:3 AA batteries required.
ColorBLACK
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionStanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life (not to exceed one year for products with electrical or electronic components) against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.
  
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ASINB000CC2KP4
Best Sellers Rank #5,374 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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Use the 95-112 Tripod to illuminate dark corners and hard-to-reach places.

Keep an extra 95-112 Tripod in the car in case of emergencies.

About Stanley's Illumination Tools
Stanley makes a wide assortment of lights for use in your workshop, garage, or job site--with tripods, angled heads, and brilliant bulbs to illuminate even the darkest corners.

About the 95-112 Tripod
Stanley's 95-112 Tripod flashlight has an innovative tripod design that offers hands-free convenience in all kinds of settings. Use it in the garage to see deep inside a car, or use it in the attic for a bit of awkward home improvement -- this light is always up to the job, and it never slips, slides, or topples.

But the 95-112 Tripod's weather-resistant anodized aluminum space frame construction make it ideal for more than just indoor applications; it's also great for camping, or as an emergency back-up light. Durable, rugged, and ready to take a beating, the 95-112 Tripod never quits or shatters. The multi-position head focuses light exactly where you need it, and you can expect a runtime of well over 200 hours on just nine AA batteries.

Key Technical Specs:

  • Runtime: over 200 hours with 9 AA batteries
  • Multi-position head
  • Runs on 3, 6, or 9 AA batteries (not included)

Applications
Because the 95-112 Tripod is so tough, it's great for almost any low-light situation. Set it up while you work in a dark corner of the garage or basement, throw it into your backpack before a camping trip, or leave it in the car in case of emergency.

Warranty
Stanley covers this exceptional product with a limited lifetime warranty.

What's in the box:
Stanley's 95-112 Tripod flashlight.

From the Manufacturer

The 95-112 Tripod Flashlight has an innovative tripod design that offers hands-free convenience and an articulating head to focus light precisely where it's needed making it perfect for a project or emergency situation. Features weather-resistant anodized aluminum space frame construction and tripod legs. The 95-112 Tripod Flashlight has an extended run time of over 200 hours on 9 AA batteries. The low-power indicator light flashes so you're never caught unexpectedly in the dark. Utilizes 3, 6, or 9 AA batteries (not included).

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The tripod legs will not stay together at all.
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This is a very handy flashlight, good bright beam of light with the added handiness of the tripod stand.
L. Garman
I use this as a emergency flash light in the car and it work great for that purpose.
Pam & Raj

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By WC Fields on December 13, 2008
The original Stanley Tripod Flashlight (model 95-112) has six weak LEDs. In 2008, the model was replaced with one having a single bright LED and the same model number. The new one lists at only $10 and sells for less. I compared them against each other. The construction is similar but the light from the new one is much more intense and useful. I don't know why they kept the same model number but the six LED one is on clearance at most stores. Look for the one LED - it is marked on the box. And shop around - you'll be surprised.
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76 of 80 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 17, 2006
The tripod design is a great idea. The frame is also well constructed, and has quality feel.

However, they must have sourced some lousy/cheap LED. The brightness pales in comparison to a LED flashlight that operates on 2 AA batteries, and this is in the brightest setting with all 6 LEDs on and brand new batteries.

Also, I couldn't find the lumens rating, either on Amazon or the box. Probably for a reason.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Badmaximo on November 30, 2006
Great little flashlight. I,ve had this light for several weeks now and it still functions as the day I recieved it.(as a gift) since the lights are LEDs they are very energy efficient. It also has three diffrent settings for briteness which seems unnecessary. I,ve always used the brightest setting and had no problem with low batteries. the tripod is handy also as it will allow you to set and aim it via the tilt head. It is well worth the money unlike many new gadgets and I am expecting many more years of use as it is a well built tool.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By JD on December 26, 2006
I thought that the idea for a hands-free flashlight was very innovative, especially if someone is working beneath a car, under the sink, on a wall surface, etc.

As other reviews have said, though, this light doesn't cut it when it comes to brightness, even with all bulbs illuminated and all batteries in place.

Might be a good idea to wait for Stanley to iron out the kinks on this model and pick up the next generation of the MaxLife.
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54 of 59 people found the following review helpful By James E. Madden on January 17, 2007
This is NO $30 flashlight. Cheap on/off switch either doesn't change the brightness or turns it off when you want it brighter. AA batteries are stored in the legs with very flimsy screw feet to hold them in. If you twisted too hard it would probably strip the plastic threads. Adjustable aiming beam has light detent stops.

Overall, I would not buy this item again. It says "heavy-duty" but I don't give it a year. Definitely not a professional grade tool.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ron Collins on June 27, 2007
I received this for Father's Day and was very excited because I could see where the tripod would come in very handy. Unfortunately the construction is incredibly shoddy. After only a week the catch to hold the legs in is non-existent so the legs just flop open if you don't hold them closed. One of the legs won't stay in so I have to keep pushing it in. It wasn't dropped or mistreated, it's just crappy.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Weaver on December 5, 2007
This flashlight is a good concept; with the tripod legs to hold it up
However the product requires the use of NINE batteries.
The illumination is not worth the added price of the 9 batteries for 3 hours if you are lucky
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Trucker on December 17, 2008
Its a good design.It could be improved upon.I had mine about 1 month when one of the caps that hold the batteries in the leg came off.The threads are cheap.About a month later another came off.If the legs were threaded and it had a metal cap to screw on, it would be much better.
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