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Select Home Depot Stores: Coast HP450 1400 Lumen LED Flashlight with Slide Focus

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Select Home Depot Stores has Coast HP450 1400 Lumen LED Flashlight with Slide Focus. Select free store pickup where available (currently unavailable for shipping). Thanks marob

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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; requires 6 AA batteries (included); Lifetime Warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. -StrawMan86

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Light Output 1400 lumens (high), 185 lumens (low).

Uses 6x AA batteries

It was on sale about a month ago for $20.

QA Edit: If you don't see the OP's price or stock at your store, try changing to another store or zip code.
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Just an FYI, you can NOT run 18650's in these. 6 AA's only. That really limits it for me and I'll probably pass. Peace
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You can't use 18650 batteries in place of the AAs....
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The 2 levels arent useful for every day use. They are too bright. It's useful for outdoor high beaming or indoor self defense.

You want low lumens for every day use. You dont want to night blind yourself every time you use your light .

Most people would get an 18650 battery light over 6 AAs. The 18650 will last longer and is smaller.

I'm a flashaholic. My daily carry is an AA size zebralight with a 14500. If you want to get days of usable light I'd carry a 18650 flashlight with lower modes...moon light ftw.
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$30 everywhere around me.
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I grabbed the 9AA version about 6 months ago for the crazy price of $8.00 at a local Meijer. Great light with one of the smoothest focusing beams I've ever seen but I prefer the twist focusing system over sliders. I really don't mind that it takes so many batteries cuz I have a ton of rechargeable AAs laying around.
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You may be able to order $45 worth of stuff from a store that has it for $14.87 for free delivery. Otherwise, shipping is I think $5.99.
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Awesome ordered the last one for pick up at my store, will have this in the trunk of the car
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Just an FYI, you can NOT run 18650's in these. 6 AA's only. That really limits it for me and I'll probably pass. Peace
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Didn't have it at that price at my default HD so changed to my backup location and, sure enough, $14.87. Ordered two for in-store pickup. Thanks, OP!
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Got 1, don't love the amount of batteries but I like having extra flashlights around that are decent quality. Won't replace my streamlight but for $15 it seems like a good back up.
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You can't use 18650 batteries in place of the AAs....
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The 2 levels arent useful for every day use. They are too bright. It's useful for outdoor high beaming or indoor self defense.

You want low lumens for every day use. You dont want to night blind yourself every time you use your light .

Most people would get an 18650 battery light over 6 AAs. The 18650 will last longer and is smaller.

I'm a flashaholic. My daily carry is an AA size zebralight with a 14500. If you want to get days of usable light I'd carry a 18650 flashlight with lower modes...moon light ftw.
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Just an FYI, you can NOT run 18650's in these. 6 AA's only. That really limits it for me and I'll probably pass. Peace
That was my first thought as well. It's disappointing.
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