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2-Pack Husky 500 Lumens LED Aluminum Flashlight w/ Lifetime Warranty

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Home Depot.com has 2-Pack Husky 500 Lumens LED Aluminum Flashlight w/ Lifetime Warranty (16FL1202) on sale for $15. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks frugalislife

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This Husky 500 Lumens features an aluminum casing and provides 3-modes of operation: high light, low light & strobe. Drop test rated from 30' and waterproof to 1m. Operates for 3 hours and includes a Lifetime warranty w/ no questions, no receipt required. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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HOME DEPOT has a (2-Pack) Husky 500 Lumen Virtually Unbreakable Flashlight for $15.


*Drop-test rated from 30' and water resistant to 3'
*Adjustable light levels feature high light, low light and strobe
*Lifetime Warranty with no questions, no receipt required.
*Use 4 AA batteries.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../301991306
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I could hear my wife now..."oh god, more flashlights?"
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Lifetime warranty......but would you like to buy the 2 year protection plan?
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At least it's not Fleshlights
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"Virtually Unbreakable"
........breaks 1st day
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Lifetime warranty......but would you like to buy the 2 year protection plan?
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Batteries included? I need a decent battery for about 20 bucks if anyone has suggestions.
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The HD lights are cool, but will eat through batteries fast. I highly recommend checking out the Ozark Trail 1000 lumen work light at Walmart instead.

1. It's rechargeable (ignore the description, it's inaccurate as it was for the old version)
2. It's twice as bright, and has a low setting too.
3. It has a USB power port so can pull double duty as a power bank (4400mah capacity)

It does cost a bit more at ~$22, but you'll save the difference in batteries pretty quickly.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-.../654268083
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500 lumens. Sure.
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I have a husky that survived a trip inside a washing machine. Got it a good will too.
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I could hear my wife now..."oh god, more flashlights?"
Maybe time to try a Flesh light..
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<blockquote>mrwhitewalker<p>Batteries included? I need a decent battery for about 20 bucks if anyone has suggestions.</p></blockquote><p>Yes, check the specifications details. It says batteries included.</p>
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Batteries are included.
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Maybe time to try a Flesh light..
I tried using one of those for a night hike, broke my damn foot couldn't see a thing.
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The HD lights are cool, but will eat through batteries fast. I highly recommend checking out the Ozark Trail 1000 lumen work light at Walmart instead.

1. It's rechargeable (ignore the description, it's inaccurate as it was for the old version)
2. It's twice as bright, and has a low setting too.
3. It has a USB power port so can pull double duty as a power bank (4400mah capacity)

It does cost a bit more at ~$22, but you'll save the difference in batteries pretty quickly.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-.../654268083
Interesting. Thanks for pointing out those types of lights are around. Would make a lot of sense to keep some around for power outages too.
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