|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.7 x 2.5 x 6.6 inches|
|Item model number||95-155|
|Batteries||6 AA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Stanley 95-155 3-in-1 Tripod LED Flashlight
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- Separates into 3 individual flashlights
- Built-in tripod allows for hands-free operation
- Each flashlight generates 20 lumens of bright light
- Uses three 1/2 Watt ultra-bright LED bulbs
- Backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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Perfect for the job site, setting up camp, or completing home repairs, the Stanley 95-155 3-in-1 Tripod LED Flashlight is a reliable, hands-free light. Its unique design lets you choose between using any one of the three included flashlights separately, or combining them to provide the light you need. And with ultra-bright, long-lasting LEDs, it's an ideal choice for inclusion in any emergency kit.
Are you tired of juggling a light with one hand while you work? Stanley's patented hands-free tripod design makes it easy to set this powerful light up wherever you're working. And with three, 120-degree multi-directional rotating heads, you can ensure that this light is directed precisely where you need it most.
Unlike other bulky workstation lights that aren't practical for everyday use, this tripod light can also be used as three separate hand-held flashlights. These slim, reliable individual lights are perfect for use in tight spaces, power failures, or emergencies. Each independent flashlight generates 20 lumens of bright light, so the three combine to create a true, high-performance light.
Bright, Energy-Efficient LEDs and Convenient Details
Instead of spending your time replacing batteries and squinting to see details in dimly lit work areas, you can concentrate on the task at hand. Three bright, one-half-watt LEDs ensure that the 3-in-1 Tripod LED Flashlight is a truly practical choice.
Since LED bulbs use less energy than traditional bulbs, each set of batteries that you insert lasts longer, saving you money. And since it requires six AA batteries--two in each flashlight--the savings can really add up. (The batteries required for the 3-in-1 Tripod LED Flashlight are not included). A glowing ring shows whether the flashlight is on or off, so you can quickly tell if it has been left on by accident and the batteries need to be switched.
One button turns on all three flashlights when they're inserted into the tripod. And if one flashlight dies, the other two will still work, so you'll never be stuck in the dark unexpectedly. Additionally, a one-touch tripod release button makes it easy to move from job to job, and rubber protectors prevent the tripod legs from slipping on smooth surfaces and scratching delicate work areas.
Durable and Ready for Anything
It's always reassuring to know that you have a reliable, battery-powered light source on hand. If you've ever had to change a flat tire at night, you'll appreciate how much time and anxiety a tripod light can save you in a tricky situation. That assurance alone makes this 3-in-1 light is a dependable addition to the emergency kit in your car or your home.
And with its durable, weather-resistant design and shatter-resistant lenses, you won't have to worry about it short-circuiting or malfunctioning in difficult circumstances.
The Stanley 95-155 3-in-1 Tripod LED Flashlight is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life (not to exceed one year for products with electrical or electronic components) against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This limited lifetime warranty does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.
What's in the Box
3-in-1 Tripod LED Flashlight.
From the Manufacturer
Around the house, on the job, or on vacation, this Tripod 3-in-1 provides flexibility of use as three individual flashlights or combined for full power as a hands-free Stanley Tripod Flashlight. The patented hands-free tripod and its 120-degree rotating head design make the Tripod 3-in-1 LED Flashlight ideal for emergency lighting around the house or for better visibility on the job.
Top Customer Reviews
I cannot believe that you are charging as much as $75 for this light. I was given it as a gift and was thrilled with it. So much so that I bought a set for my three brother kids (to give to their Dad's) one for my sister and another one for myself. I like to illuminate the room in the evenings with the cool, clean white light. I also invested heavily in rechargeable batteries as they do suck up the juice (unavoidable and understandable).
However at 6 months usage the on/off buttons had given way and the plastic sheiliding had come off. Nu 10 months two of the lights had completely daily.
I spoke with my siblings to whom I gave them as gifts and they reported the same.
This was when I purchased them for $32 a piece.
And yet you have increased the cost by $45-$55 dollars.
You meed to go back to the drawing board and fix your shabby craftsmanship.
When the 3 lights are independent, they work on their own switches. When two or all of the lights are in the base, any of the switch becomes the main for all lights in the base.
If you turn on all three in the base and remove one light, the removed light stays on. If you bring an unlit light to a lit base, then the unlit light becomes lit and a part of the tripod base. So whatever is off will become on, when in contact with an on light, whether in or out of the tripod.
The rubber grips on the base of the tripod is a nice touch. It's quite sturdy, but of plastic material, so it doesn't have that solid metal feel you'd get from a Maglight, but of course, it's much lighter than a mag.
I'm not so sure with the housing around the light, as it is just plastic, so that if I were to drop it on a hard surface, it could crack. Also, the tripod release switch to kick out the legs is "conveniently" inside where the legs join, so you have to poke in about an inch to reach the button (it's a magnetized system). I can see that this prevents accidental opening of the legs, but I don't think it had to be recessed this much.
The last thing I'm concerned with is that the switches could be pressed on accidentally if kept in a tool box. I think I'll put a golf club cover over it for protection when not in use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
When all 3 are combined into one flash light, it's fairly bulky.Read more