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80 LUMENS 12 VOLT (Cigarette lighter) RECHARGEABLE FLASHLIGHT Harbor Freight $1.99 w/coupon (YMMV))

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80 LUMENS 12 VOLT RECHARGEABLE CAR FLASHLIGHT Coupon [hfqpdb.com]
Coupon Code: '76413067'

https://www.harborfreight.com/#
SKU 64109 (Does not show on the website)
You \Tube review video on it HERE [youtu.be]

I bought this last November. I am looking at my receipt. the information is exactly correct.
But it doesn't list on the website. the coupon shows valid through the end of this month.

YMMV?

This plugs into your cigarette lighter to recharge.
NOTE! Watch the prongs going into your cig light socket. You want them to line up on the smooth sides... NOT the groves. It can get stuck if the two brass pins slide into the grove in the cig lighter socket. I had to turn it to get it out.. once I figured it out I remembered the position to always charge it.. button directly on top.

This is one of those devices you wish you had not thrown away, very cool in the car for an emergency auto light. It is bright and recharges. The end cap and top cap unscrews. After the end unscrews, there is a plastic ring over the 'threads' that just pulls off then the entire flashlight splits apart in half. Battery is replaceable via solder.
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Created 02-12-2019 at 06:04 AM by Hawbgobblin
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" via solder "
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" via solder "
"via solder"
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They have recalled this light -- it can overcharge and catch fire, according to my local HFT manager.
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They have recalled this light -- it can overcharge and catch fire, according to my local HFT manager.
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They have recalled this light -- it can overcharge and catch fire, according to my local HFT manager.
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in4one for mother in law
lol

I had a 'reply' on YouTube on another video of this. The person said they have been recalled.
I thought it would be due to the fact the thing CAN get stuck in your cigarette lighter port if your not careful.
(Lastnight, I actually took this flashlight apart and pulled out the one side pin that is nothing to do with charging .. this will make it not so tight in my cig lighter charge port - it was fine before though since I knew which way to connect it )

I don't know of any overcharge or catching fire.
I don't believe that because I'm sure there wouldn't be a coupon for one that expires at the end of this month.

I would believe they would simply pull it off the shelf if 'car fires' were happening...
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I don't know of any overcharge or catching fire.
LOL So just how many people do you actually know that own this? You really think that (you not knowing of any problems) is a good measure?

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I don't believe that because I'm sure there wouldn't be a coupon for one that expires at the end of this month.
You realize those coupons are laid out and ordered months in advance right?

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I would believe they would simply pull it off the shelf if 'car fires' were happening...
I agree that the if car fires are really happening then they would get pulled from the shelves.
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If there are any reports of this thing catching on fire, I wouldn't risk owning one. It's too common for the no-name lithium cells used in things like this to catch on fire. E-cigs are catching on fire way too often. Just two days ago, one did in the overhead on a flight, and a week or two ago, someone was killed when one exploded in his mouth.
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