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Can't find blue nightlight/flashlight I saw at Costco!

Shane1234 394 166 December 8, 2015 at 02:10 PM More Costco Wholesale Deals
While browsing a Southern California Costco a few months ago, we came across a 2 pack of nightlight/flashlight things that looked pretty cool. We hesitated and went back later to purchase them, but they were gone. I have been looking ever since but haven't been able to find a trace of them anywhere on the internet!

I believe they were:
•Phillips branded
•2-pack
•Plug into a wall outlet and had a blue electroluminescent (EL) nightlight
•Doubled as a hand-help rechargeable LED flashlight
•Also came on in even of a power outage.
•Similar too, but not the Capstone 3-pack.

Does anyone here know what I'm talking about, or was I just imagining them?

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just did large search for "headlamps" flash lights that strap to your head.

amazon.com = largest selection of different types of flash lights.
then
ebay.com came in second. though ebay had a lot of over seas shippers. and had to adjust things to US only.

you can try a google search.....
flashlight site:costco.com
then click up on images....

the "site:costco.com" only returns search results just from that website. you might get lucky and come across the image. and be able to click directly to the info for a model number or something.

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be CAREFUL a lot of uglyiness in flash lights, were they never state "lumens" higher is better. for how powerful the overall light is. just because a LED light has more LED does not make it better than a light with less LEDs.

be CAREFUL get AAA or AA batteries.... flashlights with the smaller watch batteries. those batteries are EXPENSIVE. AAA or AA batteries on other hand are fairly cheap. granted there are more expensive AAA and AA batteries for say cameras and other digital stuff that last longer even for LED flash lights. but cheapo's work good enough for me. the rechargeable AAA or AA can be nice as well.

most flashlights now a days...to me are toss away junk once they break you will not be able to repair them or get replacement parts. so i get a tad skiddish with special batteries. and most of the stuff is all cheap plastic. if they last 1 to 3 years i am more than happy. so i end up just getting cheap. even the expensive lights i have used went bad....
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Wow, thanks for the write up! Fortunately, I found was I was looking for during another Costco run today. I'm don't think I described it very well in the first post.
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Quote from Shane1234 View Post :
Wow, thanks for the write up! Fortunately, I found was I was looking for during another Costco run today. I'm don't think I described it very well in the first post.
Bought these and then returned them because they are way too bright. Practically lit up the entire house.
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