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  • Reviewed by A guy with a flashlight fetish from Boston, MA on Monday, May 12, 2014
    This just arrived the other day, and so far seems to be a great purchase. Very bright beam that has both high and low settings. It appears to be solidly constructed - my only hesitation at this point about the construction quality is the fact that the batteries snap into a plastic housing that slides into the body. Time will tell how well that plastic holds up, but hopefully it'll be fine if handled with care. I'm also a bit skeptical of flashlights with 'push button' on/off switches (several have broken on me), but hopefully that's not an issue either. It's a little heavier and bigger than the average pocket flashlight (too bulky to comfortably fit into most pockets without noticing the size / weight), but to me that also makes it feel solidly built. I think it'll be a great light to have around the house and for car camping, and the fact that it has multiple positions and can stand on it's own is a bonus. I'm considering purchasing another one. My only reason not to give 5 stars at this point is to see how it holds up after some use ...
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Z from Connecticut on Friday, May 9, 2014
    The brightest and lightest small flashlight I have ever used.
  • Reviewed by Kankuro from Lafayette CA on Sunday, April 27, 2014
    The light doesn't work. The battery set up is weird--you need to install 3 AAA batteries into a cradle type setup first. I tried fresh batteries, and each time the batteries would get hot but the light wouldn't turn on. It wouldn't even feel safe if it turns on, I think. It's not a cheap flashlight, so you're better off buying a trusty maglite instead.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Guy who bought this light from Denver CO on Friday, April 18, 2014
    This is super bright, very durable and great for most situations.
  • Reviewed by George from Virginia on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
    At 220 lumens, this is the brightest LED bulb I have found. Amazingly, it projects as much usable light as my SureFire halogen with Lithium 123 batteries. If you know high-tech flashlights, that will impress you.

    Aluminum construction seems quite rugged, yet it is fairly light weight (less than I expected anyway) and comfortable to hold. Since the pivoting joint could not be metal, it is reassuring that it is nylon and not cheap plastic.

    I would have liked the on/off button on the handle, but the location on the bottom is thoughtfully recessed so that the flashlight stands up quite securely. The base also has two holes if one wanted to slip a lanyard onto it -- a good feature if you need that extra element of security.

    Not cheap, even with STP's substantial discount, but it offers excellent value. I've ordered a second flashlight to keep in my car's glove compartment.
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