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Fenixgear.com

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Bababooey, May 14, 2009.

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  1. Bababooey

    Bababooey Member

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    Is it common practice to sell a flashlight with no batteries ??

    I finally broke down and bought a $90 tactical light from fenixgear.com

    So I get it today,pull it out of the package and there is 3 small empty spots where 3 CR123 batteries should be......See pic,it is obvious what the spots are for.

    I call and the guy says we do not sell batteries with the lights.....:scrutiny:

    So I ask then why in the FACTORY PACKAGING there is 3 spots for 3 batteries and he says dunno and nobody can explain why there is places for said batteries and no batteries,called fenix in china and they put batteries in there...:confused:

    So now I cough up more $$ for batteries or waste more $$$ sending it back and losing the original shipping $$ as well....

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  2. atomchaser

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    I guess unless they advertised that it came with batteries, you're stuck. That said, I have a Fenix (different model) and I have been very happy with it. Amazing amount of light in a small package.
     
  3. nalioth

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    Image resizing is courteous.

    If you can't do it yourself with the Gimp, ImageShack can.
     
  4. Maverick223

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    I'd be a bit POed as well.
     
  5. NWdude83

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    Weird. I have a LD10 and a PD30 from PTS, and none of them had slot for batteries.
     
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