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Rayovac 10-LED 6V Floating Lantern w/ Battery $4.92 ~ Walmart or Amazon Add-on

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Battery alone is more than this
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Battery alone is more than this
That's the point. Rayovac hopes you'll buy more of these batteries from them. They must be taking notes from the printer industry.
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sweet offer
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Used to love playing with these types of lights as a kid. A flashlight that also could launch rockets. If I still had a little kid this might actually be worth $5 in memories camping. Plus another $50 in rocket motors and igniters.
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85 lm. Pass.
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This item is not available for pickup or at any of the Walmarts within 50 miles of your location.
Welp. Not much a deal here.
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This isn't a bad product for the price. If you don't already have a lantern flashlight for "just in case" this is a fine choice if you don't need something more serious (such as one for work or other regular use).

However, note that the price is low in part because the lantern battery included is a heavy duty model rather than an alkaline. If you already have a floating lantern you'd be better off buying a new alkaline for $7-10 than tossing it out for this model.

Good luck!

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This should be the price all the time. Got two of these on the last SD posting and this light sucks. The 85lums barely cast enough light to cast a shadow. I have a smaller led lights that's brighter then this. $4 is worth it but don't think this is a heavy duty/flash replacement. It's just something to keep around just in case
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This should be the price all the time. Got two of these on the last SD posting and this light sucks. The 85lums barely cast enough light to cast a shadow. I have a smaller led lights that's brighter then this. $4 is worth it but don't think this is a heavy duty/flash replacement. It's just something to keep around just in case
Completely agree, this light is crap
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Can't you open up that big battery and get like 16 AA batteries or something?

There's a YouTube video on it somewhere.... must be true!

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Battery alone is more than this
that's if you are into royavac battery, one can find same quality battery for less.

this deal would be okay, if they would have included a somewhat usable flashlight, 85-Lumen is just garbage.

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Wow what a weak light
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This isn't a bad product for the price. If you don't already have a lantern flashlight for "just in case" this is a fine choice if you don't need something more serious (such as one for work or other regular use).

However, note that the price is low in part because the lantern battery included is a heavy duty model rather than an alkaline. If you already have a floating lantern you'd be better off buying a new alkaline for $7-10 than tossing it out for this model.

Good luck!

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That's what I'm thinking of using it for a flashlight for emergencies. At 85 lumens led with such a big battery it should last for years in storage right? And for hours of use?
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That's what I'm thinking of using it for a flashlight for emergencies. At 85 lumens led with such a big battery it should last for years in storage right? And for hours of use?
That's exactly the right approach. Just try to check it once or twice a year (before your area's seasonal storm season) to make sure it still lights up and the battery hasn't exploded since the last check.

An alkaline battery could be even more shelf stable and have even longer service life, but as a light to zero duty backup I wouldn't worry to much about the difference unless you've had to fall back to lantern light on a regular basis (and if that were true you'd have likely owned one by now).

Good luck!

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