dealsstanley tripod led multi-purpose flashlight for…

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whoa, 20 lumens. I got to put on my welding helmet in order to work on anything while using these lights.

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This light sucks!it's made of thin aluminum and breaks way too easy you get what you pay for I guess.

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Not quite sure why the negative comments... I've owned one of these (paid over $20 on Amazon) for over 2 years and have had no issues. You can use anywhere from 3 to 9 batteries - I've only used 3 batteries and have never had to replace them as of yet. It's very bright and comes in handy when you are doing work and need to stand it up and point the light in the area where it's needed.

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just adding........you get what you pay for.......flimsy

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Shipping is 3.99 per item.

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I'm not sure what you people do with your flashlights... I've had one of these for a couple years now and have had no problems with the "flimsiness". This may not be contractor grade, but it's fine for around the house.

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I also have had this model for years. It's fine. It has three settings, low, medium and high. It's useful to have it stand by itself, for like fixing under the sink. I haven't noticed it being flimsy, but then I've not bashed it around or anything. It's held up well. Ten bucks seems a pretty good price ($6 + 4 s&h).

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Like some of the other have said, I have 3 of these in addition to a MagLite and I have not had any problems or noticed any quality differences between any of them. I prefer the Stanley flashlights as the batteries last a lot longer than the non-LED MagLite and the tripod feature is a bonus.

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I have two for the last coupla years' One on my sailboat and one in the pick-up. Both work fine and batteries seem to last forever. Very handy in cramped quarters and when you'd need a third hand for s regular light.