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I was going by model number: SL10LEDS (the same at Walmart and at Amazon)

https://www.stanleytools.com/en-u...t/sl10leds

Stanley and Walmart have that model shown at 920 lumens and Amazon is the only place that says 2200 lumens. In the answers to the customer questions, it appears that this light may have three modes: off, 920 lumens, and 2200 lumens.

So t appears that they are the same light, it is the same price at Walmart, and Amazon is the only place that lists the 2200 figure.
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I've got the older version of this light. VERY long reach. The battery is a pair of internal 18650 cells which deliver good run time and, unlike many smaller lights, it doesn't dim much during operation. Many 1000 lumen lights such as the Atactical A1S (a very good buy from Amazon at $30) hit their 1000 lumen output for only 5 minutes or so. After that things drop. This light doesn't do that. Great light if you are out where long range is important. Not as good inside where you end up with a very bright spot and less flood.
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I have this light, and it's great! I originally purchased it for some painting-with-light photography projects that I wanted to do, and it worked well for that. Probably more useful to most people, I also found that when we had a two-night blackout, I was able to effectively light an approximately 700 sq. ft. space with 10-ft. ceilings with this light. It was probably close to a full charge when the lights suddenly went out, but I don't recall needing to charge it even with two nights of use. If I had, however, it would not have been a problem as it comes with a portable dc charger along with the regular ac wall charger. It has two brightness settings (my guess based upon the comments here is that they are 920 lumens and 2200 lumens).

I happened to be in that aisle at a local Walmart about a week ago and noticed the fact that they still carried it—at the same price of $50 that I bought it a couple years ago. I didn't look-up Walmart's ad that started Sunday, so I don't know if it's Amazon or Walmart doing the price-matching here, but I wouldn't count on it staying $35 for too long.
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Average price is $50 dollars and this is the lowest according to ccc.

**Mine came in today 4/6 with a sticker showing up to 2200 lumens on it. Ordered from amazon. **

Also, be sure to charge your unit before using!
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$34.98 at Walmart. Free store pick-up or free shipping at $35 with small filler.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle...t/38243763
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$34.98 at Walmart. Free store pick-up or free shipping at $35 with small filler.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Stanle...t/38243763
Big difference between 2200 lumen and 920 lumen light from Walmart.
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Big difference between 2200 lumen and 920 lumen light from Walmart.
Yeah, I've it had in my cart for a while and I prefer the higher lumens especially for this price.
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Big difference between 2200 lumen and 920 lumen light from Walmart.
I was going by model number: SL10LEDS (the same at Walmart and at Amazon)

https://www.stanleytools.com/en-u...t/sl10leds

Stanley and Walmart have that model shown at 920 lumens and Amazon is the only place that says 2200 lumens. In the answers to the customer questions, it appears that this light may have three modes: off, 920 lumens, and 2200 lumens.

So t appears that they are the same light, it is the same price at Walmart, and Amazon is the only place that lists the 2200 figure.
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I've got the older version of this light. VERY long reach. The battery is a pair of internal 18650 cells which deliver good run time and, unlike many smaller lights, it doesn't dim much during operation. Many 1000 lumen lights such as the Atactical A1S (a very good buy from Amazon at $30) hit their 1000 lumen output for only 5 minutes or so. After that things drop. This light doesn't do that. Great light if you are out where long range is important. Not as good inside where you end up with a very bright spot and less flood.
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I was going by model number: SL10LEDS (the same at Walmart and at Amazon)

https://www.stanleytools.com/en-u...t/sl10leds

Stanley and Walmart have that model shown at 920 lumens and Amazon is the only place that says 2200 lumens. In the answers to the customer questions, it appears that this light may have three modes: off, 920 lumens, and 2200 lumens.

So t appears that they are the same light, it is the same price at Walmart, and Amazon is the only place that lists the 2200 figure.
Yes, you are right. In the Walmart description it says "...The ultra-bright LED delivers up to 2,200 lumens."

Thank you for the link!
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I have this light, and it's great! I originally purchased it for some painting-with-light photography projects that I wanted to do, and it worked well for that. Probably more useful to most people, I also found that when we had a two-night blackout, I was able to effectively light an approximately 700 sq. ft. space with 10-ft. ceilings with this light. It was probably close to a full charge when the lights suddenly went out, but I don't recall needing to charge it even with two nights of use. If I had, however, it would not have been a problem as it comes with a portable dc charger along with the regular ac wall charger. It has two brightness settings (my guess based upon the comments here is that they are 920 lumens and 2200 lumens).

I happened to be in that aisle at a local Walmart about a week ago and noticed the fact that they still carried it—at the same price of $50 that I bought it a couple years ago. I didn't look-up Walmart's ad that started Sunday, so I don't know if it's Amazon or Walmart doing the price-matching here, but I wouldn't count on it staying $35 for too long.
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Thx op got one
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Have owned one for a year, its a great light, can light something up at least a quarter mile away...was great in IRMA during power outage. The stand comes in handy, more than you would think.
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Big difference between 2200 lumen and 920 lumen light from Walmart.
Walmart and Amazon have the same item - Stanley FATMAX sl10leds. Stanley website says it is 920 Lumens. So, Amazon might be wrong
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Anyone knows if the battery replaceable?
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