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are the knives up next?
Go towards the light, woot off killer
I bought three last time I saw them, decent quality and pretty bright.
good light. bought 2 on the last woot-off
Hello Bindle of Carrots !!!
CRUD! Missed the Kindle. But at least we all have a shot at this amazing LED piece. At least we can rest assured that it will still be here this morning. hehe. I have a feeling this one will take a while.
I got two of these about a month or two back. They're great! Solidly heavy-- especially with the D batteries you add to them. And good light.
You can't widen or tighten the beam. And it's a fairly direct beam to begin with. But I like it, and it works for me.
Perfect for finding my evil kitty cat when she hides in the ivy at night.
Woot flashlights have served me well. I'm in for 2
Sweet - first time I'm the First Sucker!
I got three of these lights last time they came up. Blindingly bright and nice hefty cases. Definitely worth the money!
in for 3 again, just as in past. great giveaways. Good lights. dropped mine a few times w/no issues.
Crapola, I wanted that D-Link router!
This flashlight has been on Woot several times. I've bought 8 over the last year for use around the farm, in the trucks and spares in the outbuilding. Very happy with them. Solid and very bright. Extremely tight spot is great for distance lighting.
Good light. Heavy enough to kill small vermin, if you're fast enough.
Anyone know anything about battery life for continuous use on these? Even an estimate?
Looks like I will spend all my free shipping codes tonight !
I own three of these from wOOt. The light output is very good, and the weight is such that you could crack a burglars head if need be. For the price, take three - you won't be sorry.
I got three last time...as expected the quality of the LED does vary per flashlight, One had a cooler blue light than the other two. FLashlight has a really sturdy build, ridiculously simple construction...which might make it easy to swap out LED's later on if you want.
Beam wise it has a very tight spot that looks good 200 feet away...not the best for indoors though as the spot is drastically different from the spill and a bit narrow...
but good flashlight for 5 bucks...
tpscan wrote:This flashlight has been on Woot several times. I've bought 8 over the last year for use around the farm, in the trucks and spares in the outbuilding. Very happy with them. Solid and very bright. Extremely tight spot is great for distance lighting.
I agree, one in the glovebox of every car and one under the bed...they are great lights, and I'm a candlepowerforums.com flashlight snob!
Hey VOOT! I need some more of those WD40 pens please!
I bought one last woot-off. Works great. I am in for 2 for the kids camping gear.
I bit- got three for Christmas presents for the guys in the family.
Thank you, Woot, for making my December spending budget a whole lot nicer.
are these effective against grues?
I keep one in my truck and always take it with me on my boat.
I got 3 of these last time they were up and just picked up 3 more. They have a sturdy hefty feel to them and are crazy bright. Definitely worth the money.
IN FOR THREE!!!
Seriously, Great flashlights for the price... friend picked 3 of these up on the last woot-off... I got to use one... it's like daylight X_X...
Do these come nicely packaged for gift giving?
I'm in for 3!
DAMN IT. It's a woot-off. I needed to sleep tonight. Oh well...
Light 10, 11, and 12 for me. Love them. Take the lenses cap off and they work a lot like a spot light.
Shadow puppets, FTW!
That write-up simultaneously filled me laughter and rage.
In for 3 - These flashlights are AWESOME!
Alright, I'll bite.
LED bulbs last a long time on one charge compared to incandescent bulbs. I bought a light with 220 lumens and a strobe.
wend0144 wrote:Anyone know anything about battery life for continuous use on these? Even an estimate?
My estimate's about 40 years.
xlaxplaya wrote:DAMN IT. It's a woot-off. I needed to sleep tonight. Oh well...
Dang - and just as I was about to go to sleep myself!
I haven't yet used up my first set of batteries. I will say this, though: Because of the voltage boosting magic done inside, when the batteries die, they DIE. The light just goes off. It doesn't get dimmer. It just dies.
Consider that when you're running from an ax murderer. Would you like the dramatic flickering, dim, light, or NOTHING.
colinm wrote:Sweet - first time I'm the First Sucker!
Been using mine for nightly rattlesnake patrol for about 3 months, 15-20 min per night, 7 days a week for over 2 months. Still on the first set of batteries.
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