Daily Deal: UltraBright 500-Lumen Tactical Military Flashlight 2-Pack

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See more in the dark with these UltraBright 500-Lumen Tactical Military Flashlights. Powered with 500 lumens and an adjustable zoom that provides up to one mile of range, these elite flashlights will help you find your way through any dark place. Bright, lower bright, and SOS modes let you choose the right mode for any situation. Normally the Techdirt Deals Store sells these for $29.99 but there’s been a recent price drop for the holidays to $14.99 for a limited time.

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Alphonse Tomato (profile) says:

Eh, under two bucks apiece postpaid from China, if you’re willing to wait 3-6 weeks for delivery. Those don’t come with a plastic box, though, and they may or may not be ones that didn’t meet spec (some are brighter than others). One vendor’s illustrations show the brand as “LOGO”, suggesting that the factory will print whatever logo you want. I’ve bought them imprinted with various logos (including Ultrafire) and no brands. The Chinese vendors claim 2000 lumens, 500 sounds like a more realistic rating. Allegedly it’s a Cree XM-L Q5 LED, the vendors all make a point of saying “Cree”.

The key to brightness is that while it will work with an AA battery, it really wants a 14500 (3.7V) Li-ion battery. Then it’s very bright. And they do eat batteries, but if the batteries are rechargeable you don’t care much.

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