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Energizer Hard Case Professional LED Hand Held Spotlight, Black/Gray
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- Powerful LED hand-held spotlight packed with four Energizer MAX C batteries
- LED provides 80 lumens of bright white light
- Impact resistant ABS plastic frames with steel sides and shock absorbing rubber overmolds
- Rugged shatterproof lens survives 15-foot drop
- 12 hours of run time
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Energizer Hard Case Professional LED Spotlight
The Energizer Hard Case Professional LED Handheld Spotlight features a powerful LED that provides 80 lumens of bright white. Built for durability on the job and in everyday life, the spotlight an impact resistant ABS plastic frame with steel sides and shock absorbing rubber overmolds. The rugged, shatterproof lens survives a 15 foot drop. With 12 hours of run time on four C Energizer Max Alkaline batteries (included) the Energizer spotlight is ready to get the job done.
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TUF421PE 4AA SWIVEL HEAD HARD CASE PROFESSIONAL SERIES on Amazon. This was the type of light I wanted, but I happened to find the TUF4CPE at a brick and mortar retailer for a good price, and so went with it.
First and foremost: You install the batteries by unscrewing the back, rubber cap counter-clockwise. No need for prying, or unscrewing the phillips screws holding it all together. Energizer deserved to lose a star on this, as they do not put any instructions on the box, flashlight or even their website on how to do this! The light still gets 4 stars for some minor other items below, and depending on your purpose maybe 4.5 stars. To those of you in the boardroom of Energizer Holdings, I hope you enjoyed your Christmas bonus this year, but you didn't fully deserve it.
The light is a spot beam with little diversion, so for some of you looking for a worklight, it might be too narrow. In tents, under the car hood or in the backyard, or in pitch black rooms such as during power outages, it does cast decent, usable light over a 90 degree arc. At 100 feet though, it's a very narrow shotgun pattern of light only a few feet wide, although whatever happens to fall within that narrow beam is impressively illuminated. This is the nature of LED lights, and if this isn't acceptable to you, you should be looking a more conventional flashlight using halogen or krypton bulbs. The color is also the very pure white now associated with LED's. Sometimes, LED's can be too bright or have too pure a color which causes eye strain when concentrating on small areas at close quarters, but to me this is all compensated for by the build quality, with thick rubber surrounds which make it easy to balance this light in various angles, even though it doesn't have a solid base like many rechargeable work lights. It also has several loops which you can suspend it with, such as with a small hook or cord (which you would provide yourself).
Not sure yet about battery life, compared to the 12 hours indicated on the box literature. I plan on using 4 rechargeable C batteries in the future, although compared to some of my small Inova LED lights which use CR123's, buying C cell alkalines again is relatively cheap. I think this light will be the only device I own that uses C cells, but it keeps the light smaller than one using D cells, and lasting longer than one using AA's.
Other thoughts: The stainless steel sideguards look nice, but I think they are mostly for show and don't really add anything structurally. Once the batteries are in the light, though still balanced, it becomes a little top heavy. There is a rubber loop on the top of the light which the light is intended to be hung from, but it just happens to keep the light from resting in the exact positions I want it to sit in. I should add though that the rubber is molded intentionally to let the light sit at several other obligue angles, and you can usually find a way of resting it the way you need to.
As a pure seal-beam, I would give the light 5 stars as a modern day replacement to the classic, sealed-beam flashlights of 40 years ago. For my purpose of a worklight, it would rate about 3 1/2 stars, and about 4.5 stars as a power outage/room illumination flashlight. So, it averages around 4 stars. Other companies like Inova or Coleman have put illumination patterns on their product literature, and I wish Energizer would offer a little bit more of this information to those of us who care or need to know. In this age of specialization where virtually anything can be made at high quality and sell for high prices, purchasers should have access to this kind of information. But in the end, the flashlight product itself is well made and is a keeper for me.
First complaint, there was absolutely no information or owners manual with the spotlight. Additionally, there is no indication on how to load the batteries anywhere on the light or the packaging. I know this must sound amusing, but who would expect that the whole back of the light would unthread? I was looking for latches, screws, etc. You'll see what I mean when you receive yours, and then you will also chuckle.
Works great, and is very bright. Compares well to a 1M candle spot that I have. I've used it a few times now out on the ocean for spotting markers, bouys and debris at night. The LED light doesn't return as brightly off of reflective bouys as a full-spectrum white light, but the long duration and very tight beam make up for any limitations.
*** UPDATE ***
Exchanged it and the new one works like a charm -- big, beautiful light! YAY! ***** (5-stars)
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