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Promoted 11-22-2015 by Corwin at 02:47 PM View Original Post
HomeDepot.com has Defiant 3C 850 Lumen LED Flashlight (HD15BF01) on sale for $9.88. Select in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks Demolition

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Written by Corwin

This LED flashlight features high, low and flashing settings. 3C batteries are also included. -Corwin

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Edited November 22, 2015 at 06:34 AM by annie930ny
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Defian.../206091479

Bought three of these earlier today. Solid construction and very bright for a bargain LED flashlight. Not the best design with the power button on the end but comes with three "C" batteries so ready to use as soon as you buy. Nothing I could find comparable for anywhere under $20.

Not sure if YMMV but good deal regardless.
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uses 3 "C" cell batteries
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Nice-----have 3-Defiant "C" & "D" cell lights------all quite bright, well-made & have given excellent service----apt to buy 1 or more--------------------repped, OP.
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C batteries are so rare these days. You can usually find better flashlights that uses AA batteries that are really bright too.
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Quote from Tackies6754 View Post :
C batteries are so rare these days. You can usually find better flashlights that uses AA batteries that are really bright too.
1) Price
2) Decent Light
3) Comes with C batteries
4) Plenty of locations
5) I rep flashlight deals.
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I find my 3x 'C' flashlight to be one of the more comfortable flashlights to hold.
'A' in handy, 'AA' even more so, 'D' is a baton, but 'C'.... it's kinda nice in the hand.
I get my 'C' cells at Costco; I had NO idea that they were difficult to find.

However, this particular design looks too odd to be convenient/comfortable.
What's up with the huge three LED head?
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Seems like a great deal if you're looking for a durable bright flashlight. However, the 3-mode pushbutton kills the deal for me. I don't like cycling through all 3 modes to get the flashlight to turn off.
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Seems like a great deal if you're looking for a durable bright flashlight. However, the 3-mode pushbutton kills the deal for me. I don't like cycling through all 3 modes to get the flashlight to turn off.
Yeah, I know, it's a real chore!laugh out loud
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I run rechargable AA's in most of my C lights. Chunk of heater or pool hose does the trick.
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I have this light. Its heavy but solid. For $10 it was a good deal.. I keep it in the truck because I won't care ad much if it gets stolen. Better this $10/one than the surefire or fenix/olights
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Yeah, I know, it's a real chore!laugh out loud
More of an annoyance, actually. I have a few flashlights with this 3-mode pushbutton and I find it annoying when you just want to turn the flashlight off and you have to cycle through 3 modes. I'd rather just have an on/off switch.
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You know, you don't have to cycle through 3 cycles to turn it off. Whatever mode you are in, you can just depress the button for two seconds and it turns off, no matter the mode.

I'm funny, I don't like to cycle through modes to turn something of either, but I don't mind a "long press" to do it.
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Seems like a great deal if you're looking for a durable bright flashlight. However, the 3-mode pushbutton kills the deal for me. I don't like cycling through all 3 modes to get the flashlight to turn off.
read in the description, hold down the button for two seconds and it turns off.
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