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One 18650 battery is not enough for the light, 22650 may be better.
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eh, these are coming in under $10 nowadays
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One 18650 battery is not enough for the light, 22650 may be better.

I just got the product yesterday and it is very good quality
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One 18650 battery is not enough for the light, 22650 may be better.
A single high quality 18650 has the capability of 40amps, the cheap 18650 these come with should just be thrown away as they might be capable of doing 10amps.. the cheap batteries are what you see blowing up in people's faces.

Built in chargers are usually never good.. No mention of what cree led is being used.

Not a good deal.
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Do yourself a favor and get a good battery at the minimum. Flashlight itself is possible good but not for this price.

I have 3 of these [banggood.com]paired with a panasonic batteries from old laptop battery pack and it rocks!!
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Do yourself a favor and get a good battery at the minimum. Flashlight itself is possible good but not for this price.

I have 3 of these [banggood.com]paired with a panasonic batteries from old laptop battery pack and it rocks!!
First (English-language) review I see there complains it's too easy to accidentally turn on in your pocket. That kills it for me.
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A single high quality 18650 has the capability of 40amps, the cheap 18650 these come with should just be thrown away as they might be capable of doing 10amps.. the cheap batteries are what you see blowing up in people's faces.

Built in chargers are usually never good.. No mention of what cree led is being used.

Not a good deal.
I've never seen them "blow up," only catch fire when they develop a short (usually from being abused, which can happen to ANY quality battery) and the short heats up the battery to the point of catching fire. Good reason to feel your batteries every so often while charging to make sure they're not getting too hot. Slower charging is highly recommended when possible to minimize heat stress on the battery making things like that happen.

I really hate the phrase "blow up" when describing this problem - like far too many other things in this country, it is a blatant over-exaggeration that everyone comes to believe is the truth because it's repeated so damned much. It's much more dramatic than the truth of "it overheats and catches fire." Thanks, Faux News, for exploiting everyone's preference for drama over truth.
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LED Handheld Flashlight - Water-Resistant, with Super Bright 500 Lumens CREE LED, 4 Light Modes, and battery included!

Code:CT95ARP9
Price:$12.99 (List: $19.99)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0746PY...0f753d702d
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Outlite A100 High Powered Handheld Flashlight, Rechargeable 18650 Battery and Charger Included, Portable LED Tactical Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Tac Light For Camping Hiking https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VZT2...dAbPSJ449T I bought this one for $8 last deal. Great flashlight. Waiting to buy more for gifts. Still a better light imo than the OP light.
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LED Handheld Flashlight - Water-Resistant, with Super Bright 500 Lumens CREE LED, 4 Light Modes, and battery included!

Code:CT95ARP9
Price:$12.99 (List: $19.99)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0746PY...0f753d702d
I keep seeing this. Can someone explain why peeps keep reposting the OP?
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