Closeouts. The compact size and 100-lumen output of the Wagan X-Treme Brite-Nite 5W flashlight make it a handy addition to evening walks, camping, hunting and boating, as well as being a great fit for glove boxes, toolboxes and emergency kits.
Reviewed by Tennessee Guy from Tennessee on Saturday, June 01, 2013
I use flashlights daily. I have used Wagan products before - always have been impressed with the quality. This model is not good. The light is poor, the battery pack rattles inside, and the light tends to fade in/out. I wish I had not bought this one.
Reviewed by jmore from Collinwood, TN on Monday, May 06, 2013
Found this to be a good value. Gives off enough light, and is constructed well (dropped a time or two and still working fine). Has held up better than
some I've purchased at a higher cost. Run time pretty good. Item takes 6 AAAs, best bet to use rechargeable type.
Reviewed by Handyman from Guam on Friday, March 22, 2013
Out of the package, I thought this was going to be a really nice flashlight. Loaded the thing up with batteries and turned it on. Flashed on for one second and thereafter was just a faint glow. Why is STP still offering this?
Reviewed by Flashlight fanatic! from AZ on Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Yet another non-working unit….just like so many others have written here. Flashed for a brief millisecond first time, then only had very faint glow of LED "bulb". That's got to be a systemic problem with the design or manufacture of this flashlight, as that's a really weird type of failure.
STP was great and sent a replacement pronto! Had me return bad unit so they could study it's failure…..although it's pretty dang easy to do that…let's start with it's made in C-H-I-N-A!
Dissapointing to see STP still selling it MANY months after all these failures have been reported here.
2nd unit has worked for a few months now….we'll see how it goes, but it's certainly not a flashlight I'm depending on…it's just at bedside table to use in middle of night to go to BR. And it's aweful BIG for THAT purpose at 7.4" long.
Too bad, as I really liked the rubber type grip on it and the overall design.
Reviewed by Northshore from St. Paul, MN on Wednesday, February 27, 2013
I bought four of these flashlights thinking I could ditch my old & more bulky Maglites. Two of them did not work at all. The next one lasted maybe a minute before burning out. The other stills works but, I do not trust it. I wish I would have taken the time to read the other reviews. Giving it one "star" is a stretch.