or even worse, they leaked and are now stuck in the flashlight. That's what happened last time I needed it, lol.
I had a mini maglite with stuck batteries. I sent it in to Duracell to take them up on their claims on the packaging that their batteries won't damage your products (After I removed the light bulbs, of course). They sent me a check for $10.
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Sort of. There is a 4 cell capacity limit in Kali. To get this, they have to ship it to you as parts and if you assemble it and don't put in the state mandated 4 cell plug then you are off to the big house...
That's a hell of a light... adds new meaning to the British referring to them as "torches". Too bad the video didn't show how bright the thing is in the dark... don't usually have a need to melt plastic or start fires with a flashlight...
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I couldn't agree more-- there is absolutely no legitimate sporting purpose for a 5-cell flashlight. These are the same flashlights that military, law enforcement, and EMS carry. I'm not saying we should ban all flashlights, just that its time for common sense limits to how many C&D cells people should be allowed to walk around with.
Anybody who thinks they need something like this is obviously compensating for a lack of lighting somewhere else!
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I couldn't agree more-- there is absolutely no legitimate sporting purpose for a 5-cell flashlight. These are the same flashlights that military, law enforcement, and EMS carry. I'm not saying we should ban all flashlights, just that its time for some common sense limits to how many C&D cells people should be allowed to walk around with.
Anybody who thinks they need something like this is obviously just compensating for a lack of lighting somewhere else!
WTF is everyone on about? These flashlights are great. For under $20 for the LED version, I consider them a total bargain. Very bright and strong beam. I enjoy taking it camping and finding owls at night etc. Why the heck would anyone be anal about people walking around with 5 Ds (or think about banning these lights). Why would anyone think this is at risk of being used as a weapon. In that case then so is my fishing pole, so ban fishing poles too. People have lost there minds.
These are great kinetic energy transfer devices. Just in case some guy like Chris Dorner comes to your door.
I like the size because it can't get lost easily. My kids are always losing the small flashlights.
You can buy an LED upgrade kit for about $10.
Which LED upgrade did you buy?
I always am tempted by flashlight deals but will skip this since I have a 4D mag light with aftermarket LED. It's only about the same brightness as my best single AA LED. The adjustable lens is superior and the batteries last a LONG time. Also you could smash someone with it.
Interested in this aftermarket LED, where can I get one?
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