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Streamlight ProPolymer 4 AA LED Flashlight


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  • White LED flashlight with 7 LEDs
  • Rugged, waterproof, super bright hand flashlight
  • Constructed of non-conductive thermoplastic; impact-resistant rubber cap; Xenon gas-filled bulb;
  • 4 AA batteries and wrist lanyard connection included
  • 6-1/2 inches long; 6.3 ounces; lifetime warranty
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Product Description

The Streamlight Propolymer Xenon Flashlight was truly built to last! This handheld flashlight features a high density super tough nylon construction with a rubber face cap. Its waterproof and shock resistant making it the perfect companion on any of your outdoor adventures! The Propolymer flashlight features 7 bright LED lights (available in blue or white) and a tail switch for momentary blink or constant on settings. A wrist lanyard a 4 AA batteries are included.

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  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003A3VFR6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (170 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,243 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Richard C. Drew TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 13, 2003
Color: White Verified Purchase
Talk about a bright LED light. Compact and lightweight, it gives off a wide - wider than expected - beam. Lights up an entire room! Not a lot of range since it's a flood light, but it's ideal for power outages or lighting your way on a path. The light is bluer than what you'd get from an incandescent bulb, closer to Halogen than Krypton (the bulb, not the planet.) Includes 4aa batteries. Rubber over the button on the rear seems a little thin, but is pretty durable. Lught pattern is a little uneven with hot spots, but that's typical of LED's.

Followup: Over two years later, and the light is still going strong!
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 29, 2003
Color: White
The 7-LED Propolymer will not come close to the brightness of the Luxeon type lights, but it will provide useful light output for longer than any Luxeon of similar size.
The Streamlight ProPolymer advantage is for those of us who encounter potentially explosive atmospheres, because all the ProPolymers are certified for hazardous atmosphere use. Peace of mind if ypu're going into some significant potential gas leak area - no Surefire has this certification. If I was an emergency responder, I'd demand one. Myself, I have to use mine for inspection of oil/gas production facilities, 24/7.
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58 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Transporter59 on December 8, 2005
Color: White
I have gone through three Streamlight flashlights at work. In the begining, the flashlights performed as good as expected. But after a while, the flashlights started to flicker on and off. On all three flashlights, the ball contact pitted the negitive side of the battery causing an intermittant contact. On another, the switch completely failed after the rubber boot tore off. I finally ended up putting them in a vise and throwing them away. I think this is why Costco stopped carring them. I keep the fourth flashlight at home for dinking around the garage. This flashlight is okay for occasional but not heavy-duty use.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Griffin on April 22, 2004
Color: White
Based on other reviewers' comments, I must have the only faulty example of this flashlight Streamlight has produced. The 4AA performs well indoors, but lacks the light output to be considered adequate for all-around use. Light output diminishes rapidly after only a few hours, and the manufacturer's claims of hundreds of hours of light output are exaggerated. In addition, the LED's in my light began to fail after only about five house of use. First, one LED began blinking and then went out altogether. Finally only three of the seven LED's were burning. I have returned the light to Streamlight with the hopes they would replace this faulty product.

Streamlight promptly repaired and returned the light with no cost to me. It has performed satisfactorily since. Steamlight recently introduced a new, single Luxeon LED version of this light which supposedly has much improved performance. The light is now also available with an incandescent bulb that has received excellent reviews.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By W Holder on October 5, 2005
Color: White Verified Purchase
I have become a huge fan of this light. I used to only use the SureFire and Streamlight "Lithium Battery" type lights, but after a hundred dollars worth of replacement batteries I thought I should find something that doesnt take $15-$20 worth of batteries at a shot. I then found a major disapointment in the LED/Regular bulb selectable setup of another Streamlight I purchased. My next option was this one, I am completely satasfied and now have two for around the house and one for my wifes car and another for my car. These are small, sturdy, easy to manipulate, have a long battery life and give out a fantastic amount of light.

As the actual light goes, it is very crisp and bluish white colored. It lights up a large area nicely. It does not travel a long distace but easily provides enough light to light up a room or trail, or to work on a car at night.

Another great thing about this light, funny as it sounds, is that the handle is not round, it is oblong shaped. Sounds odd until you have to hold it in your mouth while using both your hands to change a tire on your car, then you understand how handly that handle really is.

This is a great light, bright, compact, inexpensive, long battery life. Almost everything you could ask for in a light for around the house or to keep in the car.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By SLwm on July 29, 2003
Color: White
Made of very good quality tough plastic. Packaging says it's made in America. Package came with 4AA alkalines.
Decent size and not too large. Fits in backpacks, carry-on luggage, laptop bag when travelling. Good to bring along on travel trips as a standby lamp.
Max light ouput rated for first 6 hours, but then intensity starts going down, until 155 hours later when range is only 1 meter (still good for reading a book).
It's also water proof.
The on/off button at the end (opposite end from LEDs) of the torch allows you to manually flash it continuously. This comes in handy should you require to use the lamp as a warning or signal tool.
Good buy overall for the price and quality/finishing.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By B. Hubbard on March 28, 2005
Color: White
I was a huge fan of this flashlight, both because it was so bright, and because it used AA batteries, instead of the AAA that seem to be more common for LED flashlights these days, but can be harder to find when traveling in odd areas.

After having it around the house for several months, and recommending the brand to several people, I fully trusted the thing and took at as my only light on 5 week trip to rural Africa - and after just two weeks, it was dead.

The friend I was traveling with laughed, having warned me this would happen, as I stuttered in disbelief, and started a dissection using our kerosene lamp for light. Meanwhile, she sat reading a book on the other side of the hut with her nearly 2 year old LED Petzl headlamp.

Replacing the batteries, fiddling with the switch, nothing. Just dead.

Maybe it was just a fluke - or maybe they're meant for casual and not regular use. But, I've learned my lession - as of now, my loyalty is to Petzl when it comes to LED flashlights.
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