|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 5 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||RNT3AAA-B|
|Material||Aircraft Grade Aluminium|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
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Rayovac RoughNeck 220 Lumen 3AA LED Flashlight with Batteries and Holster (RNT3AAA-B)
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- High performance Cree XRE LED lasts 100,000 hours and never needs replacing; lumens: 200 (high mode) and (70 low mode)
- Adjustable spot to flood focus beam with a beam distance of 130 meters
- Aircraft grade aluminum body with a holster included
- Runs on 3 AAA alkaline batteries (included); run time 2 hours (high mode), 6 hours (low mode), and 8 hours (strobe mode)
- Water resistant
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True to its name, Rayovac Roughneck lights are tough and durable. When you need a light that works as hard as you, the Roughneck line gets the job done with high performance LEDs. And you'll know you can rely on it for years to come thanks to its standard lifetime warranty. This Rayovac RNT3AAA metal flashlight features a high-performance Cree XRE LED light that produces up to 200 lumens on high mode and 70 lumens on its low energy saving setting.
The flashlight's rugged aircraft-grade anodized aluminum body and durable polycarbonate lens can withstand up to a 5-foot. drop. The light beam is adjustable--switch from spot to flood mode--to suit any need. And the included holster makes this RoughNeck LED flashlight easy to use on the go. This flashlight is water resistant. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
The Power of LEDs
A perfect light source for modern headlamps, LEDS are virtually unbreakable, and they contain no filament or mercury. Lasting a lifetime, they never need to be replaced. And they use battery power much more efficiently, greatly reducing the number of batteries needed over the life of the light.
The energy efficient Cree XRE LED bulb has a beam distance of 130 meters (427 feet). It's powered by three AAA batteries (included) for up to 2 hours of continuous use on high mode and up to 6 hours on energy saver mode. You'll also get up to 8 hours of continuous use on strobe mode.
What's in the Box
Rayovac RNT3AAA-B Roughneck flashlight; three AAA batteries; holster
Top Customer Reviews
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For under 30 bucks, there are three handheld, compact lights I'd look at. I purchased all three, and all are amazing. Since you're looking at this model light, you've probably looked at the other models as well. In the video I compare the following three models:
Remington High-Performance Tactical
Beam type, features, size, etc.
A couple of things I did not mention or make clear in the video:
All three lights use a soft touch tail switch.
Remington: Three function, Bright/dim/dim flash - tap/soft touch to cycle, hold in for ½ second and release to turn off.
Coleman: is a single function, simple on/off.Read more ›
- When compared against the MAGLITE XL50 3xAAA LED flashlight (rated at 104 lumen), the beam produced by the Roughneck is slightly dimmer
- When compared against the MAGLITE Mini 2xAA LED flashlight (rated 69 lumen), the Roughneck is significantly brighter.
(See my photos in 'Customer Images' section for beam shot comparisons)
The above suggests that the light output of Roughneck is closer to 100 lumen, instead of 200 as advertised. But of course, comparison of brightness is not a reliable measurement of the total flux output, because perceived brightness depends on how 'concentrated' is the flux (note that Brightness = Luminosity / Area )
I went to the source to find out the luminosity rating of the CREE XR-E LED used in the Roughneck. Based on official spec sheet by CREE, the LED with the highest flux output (Group R2, cool white) in this series can only produce 114 lumen of flux. So how can this Rayovac flashlight claim '200 lumen'?Read more ›
Both the Roughneck 4xAA and Maglite 3xD flashlights offer adjustable beam.
- In side-by-side comparison, the Maglite gives a tighter, more focused beam in spot-light mode. But the Roughneck do appear to give out slightly more light overall.
- In flood-light mode, the Rayovac generates a much wider beam. Both flashlights have the same problem at the widest spread: the beam is a bright ring with a darker center inside.
First warning sign showed up when I tried to test the battery life of this Rayovac Roughneck. After 10 minutes of continuous operation, the reflector end becomes very warm and the LED flickers when shaked. As I measure the battery current, I was shocked to find out that the LED draws around 1.8A when powered by four fresh alkaline cells (6V total). This translates to over 10 Watts of power consumption! Even when powered by four rechargeable NiMH cells (5V total), the LED still consumes about 6W of power. See the "Input Power vs. Battery Voltage" chart I uploaded to 'Customer Images' section for details. Note that the Maglite maintains a constant power of 2W as long as battery voltage is above 3.6V.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worst flashlight, ever. Brand new batteries do not hold a charge very long at all. Very poor reliability. Waited too long to use it so could not return it, sorry to say.Published 26 days ago by LadyKFair
J ust did not turn on.
U seless out of box.
N ot working.
K icked it to the trash.
I bought two of these. One worked fine; the other...not so much. I was able to return it for credit with no problem though.Published 6 months ago by A. Smith
I have bought other Rayovac LED flashlights and they have been well designed and a good value. This Roughneck is a quite different. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Winter
Nothing special. Not nearly as bright as my similarly sized LED Streamlights with 4AA. Hopefully it'll be more drop resistant than a Streamlight.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent build quality. Bright light. Seems to me worth the few extra bucks. Ability to focus beam not as tight as I might like. Would buy again.Published 9 months ago by michael
This is a tough little flashlight that won't break like my favorite plastic flashlights. It's amazing how much light comes out of one small LED light bulb. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Liz-ard