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Free ship to store! Lux-Pro 280-Lumen LED Flashlight (Battery Included) $4.87 or Lux-Pro 300-Lumen LED Headlamp (Battery Included) $4.97 @lowes YMMV

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Lux-Pro 280-Lumen LED Flashlight (Battery Included) $4.87
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Lux-Pro-...1000436187
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The LP290 LED pocket flashlight features LPE optics and is based on an ultra-bright advanced CREE LED with an output of 280 lumens. This flashlight has a multi-function on/off button that switches through 3 modes: high, low and a hidden strobe. It comes preloaded with 2 high quality alkaline batteries. This sleek and compact handheld flashlight features the patent pending TackGrip giving you ultimate comfort with or without gloves. This flashlight is perfect for: pockets, backpacks, car consoles, etc. It's made with a sturdy black matte finish, has a high quality pocket clip and has a limited lifetime warranty.
Very bright 280 lumen LED flashlight

Multi-function 3-mode button (high, low, hidden strobe)

2 AA alkaline batteries (included)

Features patent pending TackGrip

High quality pocket clip and compact design

Limited lifetime warranty against manufactures defects gives you peace of mind

Lux-Pro 300-Lumen LED Headlamp (Battery Included) $4.97
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Lux-Pro-...1000228773
https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000228773

The LP346 LED headlamp is very bright with 300 lm. This headlamp has 6 modes: spot: high, low, strobe and flood: white, red and green. The non-slip adjustable headband allows you to get a perfect fit. The green flood light makes this camping headlamp perfect for trailing running, night running, and backpacking. It's also a good light for hiking, night safety, power outages and much more. With highly efficient LUX-PRO electronics the battery life and brightness are maximized. 3 AAA alkaline batteries are included and this light has a limited 1-year warranty.
Extremely bright 300 lumen tri-color LED headlamp

High-output tri-color, vision-saving side lights (red, green and white)

3 AAA alkaline batteries included

O-ring batter compartment for maximum water resistance

Dual-switch design for quick mode changes

Limited 1-year warranty against manufacture defects gives you peace of mind
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280 lumens = ultra bright 🤣
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280 lumens = ultra bright 🤣
Actually depending on use and application 280 lumens is more than enough. Recently while removing a dashboard from a Mazda I had to step down to a 140 lumen flashlight because all the others were too bright for this particular use application. Now if I was attempting to illuminate a semi-trailer yes this would be too dim
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Quote from BraveFeather984 :
Actually depending on use and application 280 lumens is more than enough. Recently while removing a dashboard from a Mazda I had to step down to a 140 lumen flashlight because all the others were too bright for this particular use application. Now if I was attempting to illuminate a semi-trailer yes this would be too dim
True. However, it will be better to get a better, Li-on high powered LED flashlight. You can go up and down to very dim with Anduril.

Lowes had one of the Coast on sale for $17, up to 1000 lumens, down to 67 lumens with flood to spot zoom. Built-in USB-C charger as well.
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True. However, it will be better to get a better, Li-on high powered LED flashlight. You can go up and down to very dim with Anduril.

Lowes had one of the Coast on sale for $17, up to 1000 lumens, down to 67 lumens with flood to spot zoom. Built-in USB-C charger as well.
Lowes had one of the Coast on sale for $17, up to 1000 lumens, down to 67 lumens with flood to spot zoom. Built-in USB-C charger as well

Link if you can, please? I've become a huge fan of Coasts lights.
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Lowes had one of the Coast on sale for $17, up to 1000 lumens, down to 67 lumens with flood to spot zoom. Built-in USB-C charger as well

Link if you can, please? I've become a huge fan of Coasts lights.
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Coast-TP...5002179547

It is now $26.xx but might go down again. It is a clearance item. Very good light.

There are a few other Coast lights / headlights as well. Search for a thread here.
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Neat, thank you. Looks cool for five bucks.

Side note: People looking for bright flashlights should be looking at candela, not whatever super high lumens marketing claim is presented. Candela is basically how intense that beam will be.

If you're willing to spend a little more than 22 bucks, the Convoy M1 with CSLNM1.TG OSRAM LED, smooth reflector, and "12 groups" functionality is extremely difficult to beat in my opinion. Pocket sized, machined aluminum, good heat management, lots of modes to choose from, and very bright!

Important to note that you would also need to purchase an 18650 battery for the Convoy, and have a way to charge one. Ships from AliExpress as well, so slow shipping.
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I purchased a bunch of these Lux-Pro 280 for $5 each when they were on clearance earlier in January. I'd say their 'high' setting appears to be about as bright as my 'Wowtac A6' Li-On flashlight on medium.

Will a rechargeable lithium-ion flashlight do better? **Absolutely**.

But as backups, I think they'll be great for power-outages, searching your car for something at night, keeping in your car in case of an emergency, giving to the kids because you don't have to worry about them mistreating fire-hazardy Li-ions, an so on, these are great.

And on top of that, most small lights that take alkalines/NiMh batteries use AAA, and I'd much rather have one operating on 2 AA like these, and can last a few hours on the many backup AA's from Costco I have sitting around.

So all of that, for $5 -- totally worth it. I might even pick up a few more.
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I bought the LP290 when they were posted a couple months back. I didn't 'need' another flashlight but I've been so happy with it earned the spot in my tool bag.
Also the LP346 headlamps rang up at $2.50 today . Thx OP.

If you can't find these in the regular flashlight aisle, my store had them around the check stands.
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Great little flashlight - I bought a handful last year because I'm always misplacing them when I need one
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