|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||22-80010|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Special Features||Impact Resistance, Waterproof|
|Warranty Description||LIMITED LIFETIME|
Gerber 22-80010 Infinity Ultra LED Task Light, Green
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- Superbright LED flashlight
- Ideal for carrying in backpack or for emergency lighting
- Gives 100 hours of burn time from one AA battery (included)
- Circuit is coated with epoxy for extra durability; waterproof to 10 feet
- Anodized aircraft aluminum; 3.2 by 0.8 by 0.8 inches, 1.4 ounces
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Like many other manufacturers, Gerber has started offering a line of LED flashlights, including the Infinity Ultra Task. In addition to the durability and longevity you get via the LED bulbs, this little light features epoxy-coated circuitry, which means its insides won't fall to pieces if you drop it or accidentally smack it against a rock. According to the manufacturer, the Infinity Ultra is waterproof down to 10 feet, too.
Though the Infinity Ultra's beam is very bright for its size, this is not the best flashlight for navigating unlit country roads at night or for exploring abandoned warehouses-in these cases you'd want more than the 30-foot beam you get with this light. It is perfect for camping, however, where its durability, small size, and light weight make it ideal for hauling in a pack and illuminating a tent.
Overall, a great little product from a reliable manufacturer. Includes one AA battery.--Josh Dettweiler
What's in the Box
Flashlight, one AA battery
Top Customer Reviews
My next thought was to find a flashlight with some form of auto-off mechanism that maybe turned off after several hours of not being moved. Have any of you found anything like this? Not me. I also considered one of the shake or crank models but them seemed too complicated for a 4 year old to manage.
Then I noticed the reviews for this one. 4 year old's favorite color is green. That's good enough for 5 stars in his book but what fascinated me was the reviews that stated that it works well and maintains brightness on old mostly used AA's. I've got several devices that just don't work well on rechargables and eat regular AA's for lunch. Hence, I have a large bag of half (or more) used AA's that register a red or yellow light on my battery tester that have been sitting around for months waiting to get recycled. What a great way to use these up so I wouldn't feel like I was wasting them by recycling them when they still had some life.
So much for that idea! I bought the Gerber, put one of the yellow (proably half used or more) AA's in the light thinking it would last a few days or until the flashight got left on overnight. When he left it on, no biggie, I'd have plenty more batteries where that came from. Three weeks later and the light is going strong. It does not look like this is going to be a solution for using up my old AA's and I'll likely never work my through the bag. But I found the perfect solution for a flashlight for my son.Read more ›
But there's a misconception I'd like to try and clear up. The battery life is not exactly 100 hours. Sure, the flashlight will probably make SOME light for 100 hours but not the brilliant light you see on a new battery. This light has a regulated circuit which maintains a steady bright light until the battery gets too low. Then it emits a feeble (but still useful) light which gets weaker and weaker until the battery expires. The really bright period ranges from 3 to 10 hours depending on what kind of AA battery you use. After that, you can expect a VERY rapid dropoff in illumination until the light is about 95% weaker. That 5% remnant is still better than nothing and is often good enough that you won't feel the need to change the battery. This is normal behaviour for the many, many led flashlights that use regulated circuits. The alternative, without such a circuit, is for the light to be REALLY bright and then get steadily weaker as the battery runs down.
Here's a handy tip for using the clip. Wear a baseball cap and you can clip the light to the bill of the cap and have an headlight which is outstanding when working in close spaces or when you need both hands.
Summing up, the Ultra is a outstanding flashlight to have around the house and small and light enough that you might as well stuff it in your pocket when you leave.
It's a great utility flashlight
I am looking to get another to have arround. It seems my wife has my old one which we used on a vacation trip to her parrent place by the lake.
Brighter flashlights have there place.
Becasue this is a task light, the power switch is perfect. you don't need to keep turning it on and off, because it runs for so long. Just leave it on while your working on the project. It is much easier to find when you put it down. and it uses a standard battery.
I wear it on a lanyard when I need it.
Great for a 72 hour survival kit. Pocket light, glove box light.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love these little flashlights. Not as bright but they far outlast all those higher wattage LED ones I've bought (cheap and up to $12 ones) whose end cap switches all fail in my... Read morePublished 15 months ago by S. Lewis
I have owned a few of this series. Only problem for me has been keeping others from stealing it.Published 16 months ago by Jason
Battery lasts a long time and the brightness is superb for the size. Did I mention it's wayerproof?Published 16 months ago by Tony Kopesky
Just bright enough for dog-walking in the dark, or close work at home. A single AA cell lasts far longer than incandescent lamps with multiple batteries. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Steve W
Worked great for a week until the battery died. After changing the battery with several others it hasn't worked again. Disappointed.Published 19 months ago by Gravity
Love it. It is great to have in your pocket and you can put just the right amount of right amount of light in a somewhat dark area.Published 20 months ago by DDMJ