|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||22-80012|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Warranty Description||LIMITED LIFETIME|
Gerber Infinity Ultra Task LED Flashlight, Black [22-80012]
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- White LED task light; military grade
- Emits blinding 30-foot beam; runs on 1 AA battery; up to 32 hours of runtime
- Hard anodized coating; double O-rings; water-sealed circuit board
- Includes task light, bulb, clip, and battery
- 3 by 3/4 by 3/4 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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|Are Batteries Required||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||3.2 x 0.75 x 0.75 in||0.59 x 0.59 x 3.54 in||—||6.03 x 5.51 x 0.55 in||6.81 x 3.94 x 2.05 in||3.15 x 0.8 x 0.8 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.04 ounces||1.3 ounces||—||2.24 ounces||1.5 ounces|
|Light Source Type||led||LED||LED||LED||led||LED|
Like the men and women who carry our gear, Gerber is Unstoppable. Decades of innovation and dedication have put us here. Renowned as a master of knives and tools, Gerber's problem-solving, life-saving products are designed with the unique needs of specific activities in mind. Today that includes much more than a blade.
How much do you know about LED lights? These things are incredible-they use hardly any power, yet kick out a huge amount of light for their size. Also, LEDs are built inside a solid case, which makes them much more durable than incandescent lights and their easily-shattered glass bulbs. And they have a huge lifespan: while the average incandescent bulb may last-at best-50,000 hours before it burns out, an LED can last 100,000 hours or more.
This is why it's exciting to see manufacturers starting to use this technology in flashlights. How many times have you really needed to use your flashlight, only to find that the batteries are dead or that the bulb is burnt out or broken? Gerber's Infinity Ultra ups the reliability factor with its LED technology that, according to them, will last 100 hours or more on one AA battery (included). This thing is sturdy--Gerber coats its circuitry with epoxy, which holds everything in place if you drop it or accidentally smack it against a rock.
The company claims that the Infinity Ultra is waterproof down to 10 feet. Not having access to 10 feet of water, I filled up my bathtub and dropped it in there for a minute or so. Sure enough, the flashlight still worked, and without any noticeable lack of brilliance.
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. 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.--Josh Dettweiler
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Gerber Infinity Ultra flashlight, one AA battery
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Why I really like it: It's small, but not too small. Super dependable. Takes just one AA battery. I don't like the flashlights that take 3AA, or the watch batteries. It's just more connections to go bad, harder to replace.This battery lasts a long long time, and is easy to replace in field. The light from those crap flashlights with 6,12,15 LEDS look harshly bright at first, but don't focus well, and quickly start dimming- or worse,the switch sticks and it blinks on and off. This light has a simple twist on-off. The beam is a more natural looking light, a broad enough but focused enough beam- perfect for me. When I bought this eight years ago, it was $12-something, and I thought it was a bit expensive then. But I found that a really good flashlight, when you need it, is worth it's weight in gold. I would recommend even at the ~$18 price- if you want a lifetime, simple, rugged flashlite that works.
The logo on mine is different than the one in the picture, not sure if it was different two years ago when I bought it, but I am happy with the logo on mine, and that is not an issue. The light itself has no lens cover, and no reflective coating inside the reflector that would help throw the light a further distance.
The beam itself has a distinctly blue tint to it, and is not what I would consider a blinding light. I can look straight into it at arms length without much trouble, and from about 20 feet away, the light is still bright on the receiving end, but it really doesn't illuminate much if you're holding it and trying to see something with it. Being a task light, that's understandable, but even in close quarters it isn't all that impressive, in my opinion.
I've never been a huge fan of twisty type lights, which is why I have honestly not used this light very often except for in my room at night when not wanting to make things too bright (even then, I had other lights with moonlight settings that worked better than this). That being said, based on how well this is built, and it looking just like new inside and out after two years, I plan to move this light to a more usable location, such as my car, to give it some more regular use (and test the 100 hour run-time claim per battery) in the future to see how it holds up.