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Milwaukee M12 12-Volt Battery Xenon Work Flashlight $12.49 (50% off)

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The LED version is much brighter, but both are physically very big for what they are and the output, I gave up on this, sold it back on ebay, and went back to a maglite led Pro+ and a headlamp for all my needs. I would say that the led pro plus actually had more output then the led version of the m12. Plus, it takes up a lot less room in the tool bag.
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I'll give it a try for that price. Reviews seem to be either 5-star or 1-star.
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Not LED. I'll pass.
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I have the m12 LED stick light, really happy with it. Definitely recommend sticking with LED.
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Not LED. I'll pass.
I was thinking the same thing until I read some of the reviews where some people said that they just swapped the bulb out for an LED bulb. So I'm going to get it and do that.
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I was thinking the same thing until I read some of the reviews where some people said that they just swapped the bulb out for an LED bulb. So I'm going to get it and do that.
How much are the bulbs? Got a link? If it's possible then I'm in for 2. TIA
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How much are the bulbs? Got a link? If it's possible then I'm in for 2. TIA
Yeah I don't know. I figure I'll just get it first and then look at the bulb to determine what type it is. One of the reviews mentioned something about replacing it with a Maglite LED bulb and a quick search on Amazon has them going for $9 - $17 depending on the type.
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at 12 bucks, it is worth the extra lights with all the m12 batteries I have. Why not. Thanks for posting.
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Milwaukee LED Upgrade Bulb $28 - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwau.../202102021

I see ebay options for $11 but that's the official bulb.
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Is it a bare tool? How much does the battery cost?
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Yeah I don't know. I figure I'll just get it first and then look at the bulb to determine what type it is. One of the reviews mentioned something about replacing it with a Maglite LED bulb and a quick search on Amazon has them going for $9 - $17 depending on the type.
For that price you could just get a xml flashlight for $8 (xpl $15), battery charger $10, 18650 battery $6.

Tons more light from a real flashlight vs these matching toolset gimmicks.
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Is it a bare tool? How much does the battery cost?
It is the bare tool. Batteries for the 2.0 range from 30-40 bucks not including the charger. If you don't have a 12v set of the different tools buying this is not worth it imo.
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For that price you could just get a xml flashlight for $8 (xpl $15), battery charger $10, 18650 battery $6.

Tons more light from a real flashlight vs these matching toolset gimmicks.
+1 to this, many better options out there whether you search for reviews online or just browse normal prices on Amazon. 80 lumens for 12.49 is sad.
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+1 to this, many better options out there whether you search for reviews online or just browse normal prices on Amazon. 80 lumens for 12.49 is sad.
80lm lmao. I think my iPhone puts that out on high.
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