|Item Weight||6.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 10.1 x 1.7 inches|
|Item model number||41-4290|
|Batteries||3 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Warranty Description||1 year part, 1 year labor|
Dorcy 41-4290 3AAA 1-Watt Tactical Flashlight
|Price:||$12.25 & FREE Shipping|
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The 80-Lumen Tactical LED Flashlight features an intense beam of light that projects a tight spot of 100 feet. The DCY414290 is constructed of hard anodized aluminum and has a recessed tail cap push button switch, minimizing flashlights potential to turn on while in storage. This durable aluminum flashlight comes with a high performance LED which will not require replacement. This powerful 80 lumen flashlight is 20x brighter than regular LED lights and is energy efficient to produce 25 hours of continuous burn time.
From the Manufacturer
This is the perfect guy's flashlight. This Tactical style, 1-watt Luxeon LED produces approximately 40 lumens and runs on 3AAA batteries. With a tail cap push button switch and a wrist strap, this compact flashlight has the look and feel of an ultra high end $150 - $200 light, but at a fraction of the cost. Absolutely the best value you will find. Never need to replace the bulb.
Top customer reviews
polycarbonate lens could scratch easier than glass (no big deal)
The button is on the end cap. I would have preferred the switch to be located where my thumb would be while holding it (again, no big deal)
There is no "dim" switch mode. It puts out too much light for use as a task light, where you don't want to be blinded if you are working in a small area. (but then, it is marketed as a tactical light)
Overall, the advantages far outweigh the cons if you want a very bright light source for a third of the price of the more expensive tacticals.
Brighter than my two cell AA mag light, and other two cells but not nearly as bright as my five cell D mag light.
I don't use this a lot. Perhaps a minute or so per day. There is a marked change in brightness over the month, though I'm not sure that it is time to replace the batteries. The light is now about equal to the small mag light.
Initial impression was five stars, but I've lowered that to four and may comment more after I change batteries. Still a very good buy.