|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 7.4 x 0.9 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||Nebo-Big-Larry-Assorted-Colors|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Luminous Flux||400 lm|
|Included Components||Nebo Big Larry Magnum COB LED Flashlight Worklight Magnetic (Assorted Colors)|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
Nebo Big Larry Magnum COB LED Flashlight Worklight Magnetic (Assorted Colors)
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- Equipped with new COB LED technology, the BIG Larry outputs 400 lumens of intense light.
- Secondary light modes include Low (160 lumens) and the Emergency Red Flash mode.
- The anodized aluminum body and recessed LED housing ensures that the BIG Larry can handle any situation.
- Powerful magnetic base
- Assorted Colors: Silver or Black chosen randomly
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The BIG Larry knows how to light up a room! Equipped with new COB LED technology, the BIG Larry outputs 400 lumens of intense light. Secondary light modes include Low (160 lumens) and the Emergency Red Flash mode. This intense red light is perfect for distress signaling or roadside emergencies. The anodized aluminum body and recessed LED housing ensures that the BIG Larry can handle any situation.
High-power 400 lumen C•O•B LED work light
High-power COB LED emergency red flasher
Anodized aircraft-grade aluminum; water and impact-resistant
Powerful magnetic base
Top-positioned, ON/OFF button
Powered by 3 AA batteries (included)
Diameter: Barrel – 0.875” / Head – 1.125”
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
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The bigger version has a maximum output of 400 lumens that lasts almost 5 hours, the medium settings at 150 lumens lasts about 15 hours and the red safety flash lasts up to 40 hours. Now this will depend on the batteries you use so keep that in mind. One drawback for some and could be considered good for others is the fact it uses 3 AA batteries. I like this because I use rechargable batteries and I can swap them out and get back to lighting things up.
The body is made of a tough aluminum and so far has handled a few hard falls do to my clumsy nature. On the bottom of the Big Larry there is a strong magnet that holds the light in place. This is also useful if you purchase the optional belt holder.
Now for the little Larry pen light, This version is a bit smaller and easier to put in say a pocket and it packs a mean punch in the lighting department. At a whopping 170 lumens this little darling will be sure to light up a space in a jam. It takes 3 AAA batteries and will stay illuminated for about 5 hours again this depends on your batteries. There is also a magnet located in the clip part that swivels.
I use these lights for my current day job and I use them for my on location video shoots where light is poor. I love both the Big Larry and the smaller version I use them every day and could not be happier with them. Nebo has a great product.
Second is the brightness. The LEDs are the newer-generation and REALLY bright. The "hi-beam" level is too bright to look at, and even the low setting is maybe a bit brighter than my old toolbox flashlight. The flashing red setting is quite attention-grabbing even several hundred meters away. So far I've had the thing on and sitting next to me and I haven't noticed any dimming over the last 2-3 hours. Light and lots of it. Just what you want from a flashlight.
At $25 it isn't exactly cheap, but given the build quality & the light output I'd say it is a pretty good deal. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt on the durability of the LEDs. If they start failing or the electronics conk out then I may have to revise my opinion, but for now, based on first impressions I'm giving it 5 stars.
Update: Flashlight is still going strong after over a year of use. I carry it around with me and I use it constantly at work and in the workshop at home. The only nit's I've encountered since I bought it are that certain batteries sometimes get stuck and that if you jolt it the light will sometimes go off.
I suspect the former is related more to the rechargeable batteries that I use than the flashlight, though it wouldn't hurt if the next version of the flashlight added a few mils to the diameter of the battery compartment. Some of these batteries are just a tiny bit wider than other batteries. I've run into this issue with other devices and these batteries too, which is why I'm not really blaming this on the flashlight. However, these batteries in this flashlight result in a problem where the first of the 3 batteries inserted into the flashlight has a tendency to get wedged into switch end of the battery compartment. Worst case this means I'll need to carefully drop the flashlight opening-first onto the (carpeted) floor to knock it loose. I've had to do this several times so far with no ill effects, but obviously I don't want to do this too many times for fear of damaging the flashlight (esp. the threads for the endcap) so I'm careful now to check this whenever I use a new set of batteries.
(The batteries in question are a "Tenergy"-branded set of rechargeable AAs. They have a thin plastic shrink-wrapped outer covering/label that isn't an issue in most devices but makes them just a tiny bit wider than other batteries. Fortunately the covering/label can be removed with careful application of a sharp hobby knife. This lets these batteries be used without a problem in this flashlight as well as a couple other devices I've had similar spacing issues with. Just a tip for others who might have run into a similar problem.)
The other problem I've encountered with this flashlight is that the batteries aren't as secure in their compartment as I'd like and tend to briefly lose contact when the flashlight is jolted or rattled. Unlike the other problem described above, this doesn't seem to be related to the brand of battery used. There's a spring in the battery compartment's screw-on cap that's supposed to provide enough compression to keep this from happening, but it isn't quite strong enough IMHO. If you set the flashlight down a bit too hard or you inadvertently bang the light against something then the jolt can cause a brief disconnect. (Often this happens when the magnet grabs the metal you're attaching the flashlight to for instance.) In a normal flashlight this would just cause a flicker, but in this one any loss of power to the electronics seems to cause a reset and the light to go out. Pushing the power button will light the flashlight again so no big deal, but I think future versions of the flashlight would be better with either a slightly stronger compression spring in the battery compartment or maybe modified electronics to let it ignore fraction-of-a-second power glitches.
I temporarily "fixed" this by inserting a small metal disc in the battery compartment in between the last battery and the cap spring to force extra compression on the spring. This seemed to work for a while, but I didn't attach the disc to anything and once when I was changing the batteries the disc popped out and got away from me under the workbench. I didn't bother to replace it. I'll deal with having to occasionally press the power switch to turn the light back on. :)
At any rate, I consider both of the above issues to be very minor. Neither is reducing my 5-star rating.
I was surprised to find the Nebo to be a quality addition to my collection. So much so that we use it everyday when walking the dogs. To illuminate the sidewalk and then when crossing the street we switch it to the bright flashing red warning light. It has great spill for a floodlight while walking, is an excellent work light (under the hood of a car for example), and the red flashing option is brilliant. Even in daylight the flashing red light can be seen for quite a long distance. Highly recommended.