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Home Depot: Coast Polysteel 400 Heavy Duty 440 Lumens Waterproof LED Flashlight (2-Pack) $19.88

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Home Depot has the Coast Polysteel 400 Heavy Duty 440 Lumens Waterproof LED Flashlight (2-Pack) for $19.88, a "Special Buy."
Comes with batteries. Lifetime warranty.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Coast.../306045354
Model # PS400

Description:
Pure beam focusing optic: the optic combines our largest ultra-view flood beam with the bulls-eye spot beam making either up close or downrange illumination highly effective
Twist focus system: the system allows the user to shape the flashlight beam from flood to spot by simply twisting the head of the flashlight
Waterproof: this product is waterproof to 3 m for at least 1-hour verified IPX8 by the ANSI FL1 standards
Drop proof: this product can survive a drop from a height of 3 m verified by the ANSI FL1 standards
Crush proof: durable fiberglass-reinforced polymer over a stainless steel core creates a flashlight capable of serious, professional level use
High, medium and low light modes activated by quick-cycle switch system
Light output: high 440 Lumens, low 60 Lumens
Beam distance: high 688 ft. (210 m), low 246 ft. (75 m)
Runtime: high 3-hours, low 29-hours
Uses 4 AAA alkaline batteries (included)
Backed by Coast lifetime warranty

With this "special buy," two flashlights cost less than one - see below.

Compare to:
Home Depot - $25.46 for one flashlight
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Coast.../300423101
Fry's Electronics - $24.96 for one flashlight
https://www.frys.com/product/8496378?
Walmart - $28.29 for one flashlight (3rd party seller)
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Coast-...k/47471513
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What's up with the downvotes? I have a bunch of coast HP5 flashlights and they are great, and this seems like a great price for two.
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I don't know what's up with the TD, either. Confused
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These are fantastic little lights for the price.
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Would have been nice if it were just two or three AA size battery.
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Would have been nice if it were just two or three AA size battery.
Agree. I've got the Polysteel 4AA models that I use for night tracking during deer season. I don't like the AAA format for handhelds but this is a solid deal for two of them and I'm sure they're good durable lights. Many headlamps, including the Coast FL series, use AAA's so this might be a good fit for those that want to carry one type of battery. By the way, Home Depot has been selling the Coast FL75 headlamp for $20.00 lately and it's a really really good one.
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Costco has a 3pk of 500 lumen flashlights for about the same price. How do these compare?
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I wish I could fit 18650 Batteries in them!
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Used to have one of these a few years back but ended up returning it. Solid flashlight but has a very noticeable (to me) coil whine/hum which was a deal breaker to me. Nothing wrong with it otherwise.
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I have the polysteel 600. I think it's a nice light. I mean you get what you pay for and the tint could be better, the optic isn't perfect, the tint isn't perfect. No memory mode.

For the price though this is great and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who just wants a good simple flashlight and doesn't care about high end flashlights.
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Argggg.... dang you SD. This is a screaming hot deal. Lowest this had been on Amazon is $23.21 (per CCC) and that was for one, not two flashlights.

Not only does this come with two flashlights, but it comes with 8 batteries!

Crush proof, IPX8, rugged construction and simple on/off switch.

Good review video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_IWr7SNy3M

Not to mention, the FL75 that an above poster mentioned is another great deal (that also comes with batteries).

And.... both come with a lifetime warranty from a highly reptuable flashlight manufacturer!

Only downsides is the weight and battery type. Would have much preferred a 18650 battery, but I guess this is what those Eneloop batteries I have are for.

Guess I'm in for both and as a flashlight hoarder. Thnx OP!

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What's up with the downvotes? I have a bunch of coast HP5 flashlights and they are great, and this seems like a great price for two.
I found coast products to be dollar bin prices with dollar bin quality.
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I found coast products to be dollar bin prices with dollar bin quality.
Don't agree. Many hiking sites rate Coast headlamps very highly:
https://www.switchbacktravel.com/best-headlamps

In terms of the flashlight, if your a flashlightaholic then Coast wouldn't be your first choice, but for 99% of people that don't use flashlights as a trade tool (police, hunters, electricians and plumbers) and keep it in their "junk drawer" or glove compartment, this light would be just fine.

Here's what people think about Coast lights on the Candlelight forum which is considered THE forum to discuss everything flashlight related:

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/...s-that-bad

You can see, mixed results, for $20 for two of these with batteries, I think everyone would think this as a good value deal.

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Don't agree. Many hiking sites rate Coast headlamps very highly:
https://www.switchbacktravel.com/best-headlamps

In terms of the flashlight, if your a flashlightaholic then Coast wouldn't be your first choice, but for 99% of people that don't use flashlights as a trade tool (police, hunters, electricians and plumbers) and keep it in their "junk drawer" or glove compartment, this light would be just fine.

Here's what people think about Coast lights on the Candlelight forum which is considered THE forum to discuss everything flashlight related:

http://www.candlepowerforums.com/...s-that-bad

You can see, mixed results, for $20 for two of these with batteries, I think everyone would think this as a good value deal.

smithmal
I second this, I was gonna post something similar until I saw your post.

I own 30+ different flashlights including a couple of Coast lights. While, I wouldn't use them as my primary light, I think they're better than most Wal-Mart/budget lights and they're what I recommend to friends and family who want a decent, inexpensive light.
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