About Ultimate Survival Technologies 60-Day LED Flashlight
Closeouts. Stash Ultimate Survival Technologies' 60-Day LED flashlight in your vehicle or emergency kit and never worry about being stranded in the dark. It offers up to 700 lumens of bright, clean light and runs continuously for up to 60 days on the low setting.
Specs about Ultimate Survival Technologies 60-Day LED Flashlight
- Type: Hand Held
- Illumination type: LED
- Light output: 700 lumens
- Run time (High): 15 hours
- Run time (Low): 1440 hours
- Max distance: 164'
- Light modes: High, medium, low and flash
- Batteries: 5 D
- Fuel type: Battery
- Weight: 2 lb. 13.5 oz.
- Dimensions (LxDia) 17x2.4"
- Material: Composite
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Killer_B from Columbia, Mo. on Thursday, December 4, 2014When I first put batteries into it and tried it out, all of the modes worked fine, but when I turned it off, it came back on all on its own a few minutes later and would not respond to any press of the button.
I unscrewed the battery cap to remove voltage to the bulb, then waited a min. or so and screwed the cap back on and it worked fine again until I turned it off, then it came back on on its own again.
It would have been a great security light, and it's a shame it was defective.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by George from NY on Monday, November 24, 2014This baby sure is hefty, which is what I was looking for. It's nicely crafted out of aluminum with rubber O-rings at the seals and a grippy rubber coating along the barrel. The single multi-function switch is rubber coated and seems well made. The lens is made out of thick convex glass, not plastic. On high, it's about as bright as a 747 landing light. The screw on end cap has a fairly narrow machined slot for a strap or lanyard (not included). The head isn't adjustable so the beam is fixed focus. It throws a fairly wide almost perfectly round circle of light so don't expect to cast a narrow beam on something small off in the distance. I'd say at 20' it probably throws a 6' or 7' circle. In addition to the high, med & low settings, there's an interval setting that repeatedly flashes S-O-S in Morse code. I would have preferred a steady, regular flash interval but it's a clever feature and should work just as well. A half depress of the switch allows you to quickly cycle thru all the settings without having to fully turn it off and then on again.