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I have a million flashlights so I won't be buying one of these, but if I did, it would be the ENERGIZER Rechargeable LED Flashlight S1000 for $12.31. Most of the other lights use 6 to 9 AA batteries which can get expensive to replace all the time. The S1000 has an internal 4800mAh lithium rechargeable battery.

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I have a million flashlights so I won't be buying one of these, but if I did, it would be the ENERGIZER Rechargeable LED Flashlight S1000 for $12.31. Most of the other lights use 6 to 9 AA batteries which can get expensive to replace all the time. The S1000 has an internal 4800mAh lithium rechargeable battery.
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I only have like a few hundred. Wave

IMO buying a throw-away battery powered high intensity flashlight doesn't make sense. Go for a rechargeable one.

I previously bought the last two (rechargeable headlamp & camping lantern) from this list and like both of them quite a bit. Especially taking the (low) price into account. Recommended if you're looking for such things.

I would not get the 1000 lumen one because I like a fancier interface (with true low lumen "moonlight", maximum "turbo" setting, ramping etc aka Anduril). Prefer to spend $10 or 15 more for a Sofirn or such.
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Is it rechargeable?
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by rechargable. never let energizer scam you for buying more aa batteries. the s1000 are good deal for this price with near 5000mah lithium battery.
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Quote from Wasser :
I only have like a few hundred. Wave

IMO buying a throw-away battery powered high intensity flashlight doesn't make sense. Go for a rechargeable one.

I previously bought the last two (rechargeable headlamp & camping lantern) from this list and like both of them quite a bit. Especially taking the (low) price into account. Recommended if you're looking for such things.

I would not get the 1000 lumen one because I like a fancier interface (with true low lumen "moonlight", maximum "turbo" setting, ramping etc aka Anduril). Prefer to spend $10 or 15 more for a Sofirn or such.
i have sofirn but that is like double the cost. the rechargable energizer are good light with the 50% coupon. there is no match from otherd in this price point.
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Went with the S1000 and used my prime day stamp deal to make it better. Thanks OP
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I have this light and it's amazing. Simple AA batteries and amazing power.
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I have a million flashlights so I won't be buying one of these, but if I did, it would be the ENERGIZER Rechargeable LED Flashlight S1000 for $12.31. Most of the other lights use 6 to 9 AA batteries which can get expensive to replace all the time. The S1000 has an internal 4800mAh lithium rechargeable battery.
Snagged an S1000. Thanks!
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I bought both last time & I like S1000 better because it throws much farther but narrower. I also bought Sofirn SP35 6500K 2000 lumens. Even though S1000 only rates 1000 lumens but to my eyes, it is as bright as SP35. I like SP35 due to its small size.
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Is the S1000 battery removable?
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The yellow light is pretty good for fishing. No lithium battery to explode in your car. Good for a teen. I know there is brighter but it's a safe light to have around.
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by rechargable. never let energizer scam you for buying more aa batteries. the s1000 are good deal for this price with near 5000mah lithium battery.
You're not being "scammed" into buying more batteries. Rechargeable or not is a choice that can depend upon many factors, like access to a way to recharge that rechargeable battery... If you're stuck with no power but access to AA's, you've scammed YOURSELF. Smilie
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Is the S1000 battery removable?
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