dealslifegear lg436 2-pack 80 lumens 7" flashlight…

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Batteries needed: 1 AAA (not included) for the main light and 3 LR44 (included) for the red flasher. Remember to remove the plastic protective slip for the red flasher before use.

It's a decent light, not terribly bright but good enough for most uses.

And yes, "Off" is a mode.

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@first2summit: 1-AA, not AAA.

Why a strobe vs. SOS flash? SOS would be more beneficial, given the red flasher addition.

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Home Depot has a two pack of 100 lumen flashlights for $9. It says my local store is out but I was there last weekend and saw them so not sure what to make of that. I have two sets of these and they are pretty good flashlights for $9! http://www.homedepot.com/p/2-Pack-100-Lumens-LED-Flashlights-HD12OTB14/203278149?N=c24w#.UbdBivnbNyI

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@ssratracer: Thanks. I know better - I bought them last time they were up.

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$30 for two 80 lm flashlights? Why not $4.29 w/ FREE S&H for a 1AA 300lm Cree Q5 4-mode adjustable focus flashlight? No comparison.

http://www.amazon.com/FordEx-Group-300lm-Flashlight-Adjustable/dp/B006E0QAFY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1370967769&sr=8-1&keywords=sipik+sk68

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@cole103: I bought a few of those. They're OK but they don't seem super bright...not what I'd expect from 300LM. And the adjustable light is OK and when you get it to a focused beam, it's more a rectangle than a circular light. But hey, for $5...

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Three button cell batteries to replace every so often? Not a chance!

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@thomasr: Yeah, annoying but I think it would make the flashlight more complicated and expensive for both to work off the same power source. Another AAA and it'd be unnecessarily longer.