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http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-.../205937853

The Husky 1000 Lumen Virtually Unbreakable Aluminum Flashlight is built to tolerate abusive treatment. Drop-tested from 30 ft. and waterproof up to 1 meter, this flashlight is capable of withstanding the most demanding work conditions. The 3-piece premium Cree LEDs shine extra-bright light powered by three Energizer D-cell alkaline batteries (included). The ergonomically designed aluminum body features a rubber coating for superb comfort and grip.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
Equipped with 3 long-lasting, cool-running Cree LED for brilliant illumination
Rubber-coated aluminum casing provides superb durability
Rated at 1 m waterproof and 30 ft. shock-resistant for utmost resilience
Tail button switches between high/low/strobe mode easily
Designed to withstand abusive job site conditions
Protected by a lifetime limited Husky warranty

650 lumen
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-.../205937855
The Husky 3D 650 Lumen Virtually Unbreakable Aluminum flashlight is built to the strictest product standard. Powered by premium Cree LEDs and Energizer Alkaline batteries are included. It features 3 modes, high, low and strobe modes. Drop-tested from 30 ft. and water-proof up to one meter. These flashlights are capable of withstanding even the most demanding work conditions. The ergonomically designed aluminum body is comfortable to use.
California residents: see Proposition 65 information
Super bright Cree LED
Rubber protection over aluminum structure for extreme durability
1 m water-proof and 30 ft. shock-resistant
Tail button switches high/low/strobe mode easily
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Are 18650 cells heavy enough that you can use the flashlight as a blunt object to smack someone aside the head? Because that's the perk about D batteries.
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I own the Duracell 3C lights from Costco and measured them as high as around 900 lumens on brand new batteries (IIRC they are speced as 700 lumen lights). Due to the voltage sag of alkaline batteries they quickly drop to 700 after the batteries have been used a little and the power will progressively decrease over the lifespan of the battery.

1000 lumens on 3x1.5V is very doable considering that a 1x18650 battery is 4.2V at peak and there are tons of 18650 lights that are legitimately in the 1000 lumen range. The main difference is that alkalines have pretty extreme voltage sag. You are actually better off using AA to D adapters and putting in Eneloops. NiMH batteries have less voltage sag so the output will be more consistent through the charge but the light will die more abruptly at the end.
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laugh out loud I guess you have a point...
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I have this beast and love it!
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Too bad these use D cell batteries. I guess 18650 cells aren't going to catch on in the states.
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Too bad these use D cell batteries. I guess 18650 cells aren't going to catch on in the states.
Are 18650 cells heavy enough that you can use the flashlight as a blunt object to smack someone aside the head? Because that's the perk about D batteries.
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Are 18650 cells heavy enough that you can use the flashlight as a blunt object to smack someone aside the head? Because that's the perk about D batteries.
laugh out loud I guess you have a point...
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Are 18650 cells heavy enough that you can use the flashlight as a blunt object to smack someone aside the head? Because that's the perk about D batteries.
Google "Sofirn SF22 Bear Hunter Review". I wrote it and it should answer your question nicely. Wink
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Google "Sofirn SF22 Bear Hunter Review". I wrote it and it should answer your question nicely. Wink
I was mainly speaking to the weight of 4 D batteries giving you some umpf when you need it...but that is a nice looking flashlight in that review. Don't think I'll ever pay that much for a flashlight, but it's nice for hikes.
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Too bad these use D cell batteries. I guess 18650 cells aren't going to catch on in the states.
try to use aa to D adapter. works good and lighter weight.
you can get these adapter from ebay $1 each or less
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Just picked this up at Home Depot - amazing quality for the price. Thank you OP!
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I've had some like these, but C & D batteries seem to explode more than any other batteries if you leave them in there for more than a year. Frown

Maybe I should invest in those plastic adapters.
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Are 18650 cells heavy enough that you can use the flashlight as a blunt object to smack someone aside the head? Because that's the perk about D batteries.
I've been hit in the head by an 18650 and I can confirm that they hurt.

Think this really reaches 1000 lumen on 3 1.5v batteries? Run time has to be really short on high.
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Is this not usually the regular price on this flashlight.
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Is this not usually the regular price on this flashlight.
If you click the link, the MSRP is $34.97. I do not recall seeing it for this price before.
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