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1000 Lumens Tactical Flashlight Military Handheld Portable LED Flashlight Zoomable Ultra Bright Mini Torch Light with Adjustable Focus and 5 Lighting Modes $6.74

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  • Unique Power: 1000 Lumens Brightness, great LED chip, ultra bright and high efficiency.
  • Adjustable Focus - Zoom lens fulfill the needs of spot and diffused light mode in different condition.
  • Humanity Design - The end cap is sealed with superior natural rubber to help maintain skid and water resistance ; Copper surfaced battery contacts effectively avoid bad contact.
  • 2 Power Source - Powered by 3 AAA batteries or a single 18650 battery. (Batteries are not included)
  • 5 Working Modes - Strong, middle, dim, strobe and SOS light modes switchable for your need.
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I personally hate these lights that use the on/off button to switch modes. Why cant they make a simple light where the on/off just does that one simple task and have another way to change modes.
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does it "flicker" in low mode? Some flashlights use flickering to reduce the brightness/power and I really hate it cause everything expose to the light flickers.
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I personally hate these lights that use the on/off button to switch modes. Why cant they make a simple light where the on/off just does that one simple task and have another way to change modes.
Cost and inconvenient to make.

I don't mind much if it remembers the last mode it was in.
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If you're not committed to only buying on Amazon, you can search for "zoomable Tactical Flashlight" on ebay and find what looks identical (but claiming higher lumens) for way less.
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If you're not committed to only buying on Amazon, you can search for "zoomable Tactical Flashlight" on ebay and find what looks identical (but claiming higher lumens) for way less.
I just got two, $5 each, they use high output rechargeable cells and are a sht ton brighter.
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Yeah but do they feature Humanity Design?!
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Yeah but do they feature Humanity Design?!
That's a great question...I do not think they do EEK!
Oh, the humanity! LMAO
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2 Power Source - Powered by 3 AAA batteries or a single 18650 battery. (Batteries are not included)
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The lumen claims are hard to substantiate and in this case hard to believe.
They should list what Cree LED they are using and how many.
Rechargeable 18650 batteries will provide all the power needed and are used in high drain applications such as vapes which can go up to 230 watts in some cases and also in the 1000 watt hand held class IV laser I have. But the LED powered by whatever it's power requirements are what they are and when met are not brighter depending upon a battery that puts that amount out. There are advantages to rechargeable batteries of this class putting out high amount of power over a long period and have many charging cycles in them. Always buy a name brand such as LG or Sony etc. Look up on a battery site to figure it out and you can find them inexpensively as well. DO NOT buy anything that has a something "Fire" in the name they make claims of impossible levels of amperage and are junk. Also know that not used properly these batteries can catch fire or explode. So be careful.

If the LED is capable of a brightness level you are comfortable with then it is a cheap flashlight. Count on spending at least $7 for a discount decent 18650 battery,, they are not equal in size to any standard cells such as A, AA, AAA, C, D etc. they are there own meausrements and the numbers translate in to the physical size of the battery.

Also keep in mind is this just another flashlight you want to have around OR is it something you may need to use in an emergency setting where it is a survival tool. If a survival tool I don't think you want to go cheap. Just my opinion.

You decide it you think it is worth the money to you. I can tell you not to expect to receive a 1000 lumen flashlight though.
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This light has been around since the dawn of LED flashlights. I doubt this is more than 300 lumen. Honestly, save your money for better lights.
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Rechargeable 18650 batteries will provide all the power needed and are used in high drain applications such as vapes which can go up to 230 watts in some cases and also in the 1000 watt hand held class IV laser I have.
Jesus! You have a 1 kilowatt laser that runs off a battery??
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I have an addiction to flashlights but I'm going to pass because of the comments here.
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If a flashlight outputs 1000 lumen (not saying this one will or won't), can you achieve this using aaa batteries?

Yeah it is better having a big rechargeable one (pay for a good brand), but aaa is so damn convenient or to pick up during travel if you forgot your rechargeable.

If the fellow flashlight nerds here dont think this will output 1000, whats the max reasonably expected? Wish I had the collective wisdom of candlepower.
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I just got two, $5 each, they use high output rechargeable cells and are a sht ton brighter.
You can get them for about $3
https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=111615915&postcount=4
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