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Wootalyzer's Pricing Post! - The price of today's woot item is saved here for future reference------------------------------------------------------------Life+Gear Auto Glow Rechargeable Flashlight/Emergency Flasher - 2 Pack$2.99 + $5 ShippingCondition: New*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!
i get three on deals for 99 cents each and they are worth every bit of that.
Yeah, my bad.
lol @ this. ohh woot.
"FREE" replacement batteries ( Pay only shipping and handling which cost more than the batteries!)
Ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring....
Must be tiny... otherwise, might be mistaken for something else?
Bought a set of these last time around. They are a lot smaller than I thought. It's pretty much useless all around but it's cheap if that makes it any better...
Gotta love when the shipping cost is more then the actual item ...
I got three of these previously and keep them in the trunk and glove box of our cars. Very handy. Rechargeable is nice. And they seem to give off enough light to be useful in a pinch.
"If your vehicle becomes disables..."
Well at least the Sling is gone...YAY. Next up another 1ame item.......
Hey you guys, look, you can get the tu pac of flashlights!
Are these things sturdy enough to live in the wheel well of the spare when not being used?
Not sure about this latest woot-off...
Glad I'm not the only one that thinks this looks more like a flesh light.
Bummer..... I was hoping for another refurb vacuum.
Get one for the car and one for the house. Although the 200 hours of flashing light per charge seems a little much. Hopefully somebody will save me by then.
Being in the dark on a road is really dangerous. If you dont have a flashlight in your car, I highly recommend.
It reminds me of something else that is certainly not a flashlight.
Awesome, now I'm all set for another horrible Mother's Day!
Description makes no sense to me. It says it has a rechargeable NiMH battery, but also comes with button cells (which are NOT rechargeable). WFT, over?
Foreign car gets foreign accessories. ^_^
eldiablohijo wrote:It reminds me of something else that is certainly not a flashlight.
You obviously have not seen the stess reliever that looks nothing at all like a stress reliever.
99% sales to single women.
ltcrisp wrote:I got three of these previously and keep them in the trunk and glove box of our cars. Very handy. Rechargeable is nice. And they seem to give off enough light to be useful in a pinch.
Well, if they don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
when I see these I always mistake them for "personal massagers" and think.. wow, that's cheap.. and then I'm disappointed
Well - I'm a sucker for flashlights so I bought for my new car. Now I'm not sure if said car has a cig lighter port or where it would be. Crap.
Stupid dinky car.
When I read the reviews, I miss out on the woot. Today I just hit the button, and wish I had read these comments first. Well, they are for the car, since they have the flashers, so I just hope I never have to depend on them.
I love these flashlights. I paid $7.19 a piece at Target for two of these in different colors. They're perfect for my 2 year-old daughter, who takes them to bed and plays in the yard after dark with them.
They're perfect for a kid, as the controls are easy and they shut themselves off after a length of time.
This looks like the same item on Amazon:
The only Amazon review also leaves plenty to the imagination....
Great product. Perfect thing for the car in case of those unexpected emergencies. My wife grabbed it for herself so will need to order another one. It came on time. No problems with delivery. Excellent services.
I bought 3 the last time they were up and I'm in for another 3.
They don't seem to be honoring the free battery offer anymore but they take standard button cells. I was able to get 50 for about $6 on Amazon.
In for 3..these make great Christmas/Birthday Presents when you need to come up with something quick.
kat8480 wrote:99% sales to single women.
Most married women I know would buy before the single ones.
How bright are these, in lumens?
How long does the battery retain a charge when unused? It's going to be rather pointless if you leave these sitting in the glove box for 6 months and they're dead when you need them.
Wow, it took 90 minutes to sell 170 stupid slingboxes, that is only 2/minute, record pace!
These 1ame fleshlights will sell even slower.
Buy 3 everyone, they're cheap!
3eyore wrote:Well, if they don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.
Passed a disabled car on the road yesterday, mostly off the road but still on a curve and in a precarious location... were it not for his lit flares leading up to it, it was clearly apparent that worse trouble would have quickly added up for the poor guy -- those flares were a terrific thing for him - and us other road users who needed that "heads up" about the hazard --- made a mental note to find something like that to keep in my car now too (in total hopes of never needing them of course). I like this option far better than flaming flares.
In for three sets - thanks Woot!
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