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COAST HP450 1400 Lumen LED Flashlight $19.97

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COAST HP450 1400 Lumen LED Flashlight with Slide Focus for $19.97 +TAX at Home Depot.

-Equipped with COAST's Pure Beam Focusing optic with slide focus
-Option to lock the beam in place on spot, flood or in between
-IPX4-level water-resistant and built to be highly durable

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Coast.../305663912

Product Overview
The HP450 Flashlight uses Coasts Pure Beam Focusing Optic System with Slide Focus to harness the light and create a superior beam quality from spot to flood. The Bulls Eye spot beam pattern gives you a great focused spot while producing an outer ring of flood light which allows you to see a broader area to the sides. The flood beam is broad and consistent, giving you a clear field of vision not seen with typical focusing flashlights. A quick cycle switch allows you to select light output settings with ease. Built tough, an impact-resistant, lightweight aluminum casing resists rust and corrosion. The HP450 also features an unbreakable LED and rubberized O-ring for reliable water resistance and durability. With Coasts commitment to quality, the HP450 Flashlight is impact resistant, weather resistant and its LED is virtually unbreakable. The HP450 Flashlight is backed by Coasts lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Tested and rated to ANSI/FL1 standards.

PURE BEAM FOCUSING OPTIC: Shift between a super wide flood beam or spot mode with transition halo at varying distances and brightness.
SLIDE FOCUS SYSTEM: Spot to flood light control at your fingertips. Shape the beam with the simple push or pull of your thumb.
BEAM LOCK SYSTEM: Allows the bezel to lock the beam position in flood or spot mode and anywhere in between the two.
QUICK-CYCLE SWITCH: Control your light power with the push of a button. Certain lights also have a momentary switch—just partially depress the power button.
HIGH, MEDIUM, AND LOW LIGHT MODES: Easily cycle through high, medium, and low light modes using the lights power switch.
SPECS: Light Output 1400 lumens (high), 185 lumens (low). Beam Distance: 265 meters (high), 100 meters (low). Runtime: 4 hours (high), 33 hours (low). Tested and rated to ANSI/FL1 standards.
TOUGH & RELIABLE: IPX4 rated design for water resistance and durable body for 1-meter drop protection.
LIFETIME WARRANTY: Backed by the COAST Lifetime Warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES: Alkaline battery cartridge and 6 x AA Alkaline Batteries.
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Have you heard the expression: "A jack-of-all-trades but a master of none" ?
Just by having the focusing, the HP450, and all other "zoomies" (not costing >$100), is going to sacrifice "perfection" at any particular "focus point". But Coast does better than most (cf: Anker's LC90).

If your goal is to have a really good spot beam flashlight, then concentrate your search on those that make that their specialty. (btw, they're called "throwers"). I (strongly) suggest "Google for <astrolux c8 bang good>". Frequently goes on sale for <$20. You want the "3A" design (a neutral "tint" [NOT blueish]).

Google for <astrolux c8 review> for other opinions on it.
Something you can suggest as a flood light with 30 ft distance appx which goes for longer duration? Thank you

PS Price range of 15 to 30$ and looking for 800 to 1200 lumens?
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Something you can suggest as a flood light with 30 ft distance appx which goes for longer duration? Thank you

PS Price range of 15 to 30$ and looking for 800 to 1200 lumens?
Do you really mean a flood flashlight, or just contrasting with a spot? A good/true flood will have a broad (diam ~= distance) and very consistent beam (minimal hot-spot and spill). Also, are you limiting to A*-C-D batteries (or open to LiIon)?

I don't have a lot of experience with flood lights, so I would be hesitant to make a specific suggestion, even with the above parameters filled in. Assuming that by "duration", you mean runtime, I'd say generally to look for a light with several (4-5+) brightness settings so that you can use (only) what each situation calls for.

There are a couple of good flashlight forums that you should target (w/ site:x-x) w/Google. (ie BLF & CPF).
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What's brand of the LED? Cree or Lumen?
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