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This features 5 light output modes and is IP54 Rated: water and dust resistant. Powered by (3) AAA batteries (included).

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The instore price in my area still had it listed at $40, But I saw it for $20 at a store close to job site I stopped by. Check online and the online price is $20. You can order for instore pickup to the store near you for the $20 price.

Seems like a great deal. I have the Red Lithium USB version and it's probably the best headlamp I've used. With this mode, you're not needing the properitery RedLithium Cells (which are just 18650 encased in an enclosure).

450 Lumens LED Spot/Flood Headlamp

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../309838475

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One thing that is often overlooked on LED lights are the Color rendering index (CRI). The one on Amazon may be cheaper or brighter but often they have a lower CRI compared to the Milwaukee Trueview ones. If you're using your light for work, the CRI helps a lot in making the color you see more accurate rather than just washed out.
You guys should feel free to buy whatever you want, but at the same time should truly try and understand the fact that lumens are a measurement just like candelas and where you may feel inclined to utilize that number as the reason to buy the light, you're missing the entire point that actually makes this light good.

This flashlight is a HIGH CRI light. Everything you guys have posted are cool white LEDs with LOW CRI. Those LEDs are cheap. The drivers in them are cheap. Everything about them are cheap. They cost nearly nothing to make and have absolutely zero quality control on their LED color temperatures.

Enthusiasts and people who actually work with these lights fully understand that high CRI lights are the way to go, and all your cool white LEDs are garbage. Its why honda ricers drive around with 6500k-8000k colored headlights while the BMW drivers have 4000k-5000k color temperatures.

4000k is the sweet spot in my opinion for LED temperature color. 90+ CRI is all I will buy anymore. If you want cheap headlamp LEDs go buy them from aliexpress or alibaba or urlhasbeenblocked and be done with it.

If you want quality LEDs then look at Emisar, Noctigon, Thrunite, Zebralight, Acebeam, Fenix, Sofirn, Wowtac, Haikelite, Imalent, Lumintop, Convoy, Astrolux, Skilhunt and some Milwaukee.

Stop thinking Lumens are the be all to end all with flashlights. Most of these flashlights don't even hold their top lumens for more than 30 seconds before they Step Down and drop their brightness noticeably.

It's also worth nothing it takes FOUR TIMES the number of lumens for one light to look twice as bright as another light.
The Milwaukee brand has done a good job bringing in high CRI leds to mainstream products where you typically won't find any US companies using high CRI LEDs with proper LED color temperatures.

Look at companies like OLIGHT that make a killing selling the worst LED color temperatures and forcing proprietary batteries down your face to force you to have to buy their batteries.

Outside that, find me another high CRI headlamp for $20 with a lifetime warranty.

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Out of stock and unable to order online
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Out of stock and unable to order online
as with a lot of home depot items, deals are regional. some stores wont have them, some will.

was available for me in store at this price.
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Lots of stock at this price by me but only available for pickup. Another father's day present for me! Man I miss my dad...
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Seems that all stores in my area have them marked down to $19.97 with plenty in stock. Now to decide if I need one 😁
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Honesty, there's waaaay better headlamps available on Amazon. I just bought a 2-pack of rechargeable 1000 lumen headlamps for $25 on Amazon last week. They're great.
Link or we don't believe you :-)
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Link or we don't believe you :-)
Haha. Here you go.

Headlamp Flashlight, MOICO 1000...
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZNNQ...b_ap_share
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Honesty, there's waaaay better headlamps available on Amazon. I just bought a 2-pack of rechargeable 1000 lumen headlamps for $25 on Amazon last week. They're great.
Was it these 2 for $23? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZNNQ...4EbN2T2PPF
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Was it these 2 for $23? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07ZNNQ...4EbN2T2PPF
Yes sir
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Link or we don't believe you :-)
I will help Poofy out: https://www.amazon.com/Flashlight...250&sr=8-5

I bought a Craftsman 500lm that is really similar to this Milwaukee for $20 at Lowes a few years back except it is rechargeable. $40 regular for the Milwaukee is definitely overpriced. $20 is reasonable but $10 of that is paying for Milwaukee's advertising budget. You really want a headlamp that is rechargeable as it will eat alkaline batteries.

I would have one of these mounted into my forehead if that was possible. Else I want one within arms reach so more are on my wish list!
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Looks good and sold!
Errr... actually I would love to have one with rear (red) lights as well but if I can't find one will go for this, thanks guys.

My bike light (and my wife's!) were stolen within minutes of leaving unattended at the Marina Del Rey Ralph's when we went in for literally 2 minutes. Teach me a lesson.
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One thing that is often overlooked on LED lights are the Color rendering index (CRI). The one on Amazon may be cheaper or brighter but often they have a lower CRI compared to the Milwaukee Trueview ones. If you're using your light for work, the CRI helps a lot in making the color you see more accurate rather than just washed out.
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