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Home Depot deal on Coast Flashlights

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by hso, Dec 24, 2016.

  1. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    $20 for a focusable LED 315 lumens compact flashlight! I compared the price to "out there" and this is easily the lowest for this light.

    http://www.homedepot.com/p/Coast-PX1-LED-Flashlight-HD7736CP/100677966

    • Offers high and low light modes with the ability to twist focus between flood and spot lighting
    • Light output: high - 315 lumens; low - 25 lumens
    • Beam distance: high - 131 meters (429 ft.); low - 37 meters (121 ft.)
    • Run time: high - 2 hours 15 minutes; low - 41 hours
    • Impact and water resistant for rugged durability
    • Pocket clip included
    • Rubber rear switch allows unobtrusive operation
    • Uses 3 AAA batteries (included)
     
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  2. danez71

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    I normally go to Lowes just because its closer but I may have to wonder over to Depot. It's only 15 minutes away.

    The run times look good for the lumens. And I happen to like the lower lumen for general, easy on the eyes walking around or close up tasks.

    The progress in the last 10 years with flashlights has been amazing.

    The only bummer for me with that is that I've been trying to stick with AA instead of AAAs but I may need to deviate to try this one.
     
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    hso

    Thanks for the heads-up with the Coat flashlights. Make for great gift exchange items for next year.
     
  5. Shanghai McCoy

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    I picked one up today while in town. Looks pretty good, will try it out when I go outside for my cigar tonight.
     
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    Just got inside after my cigar . :)
    The light is very good out to 100 yards on the tight beam, nice and bright . The low setting wide beam looks to be ideal for walking along a trail as well. I'd say it's a good light and will be handy to have along. I sure wouldn't want to get it shined in my eyes at close range.
    Thanks again for the "heads up" hso. :thumbup:
     
  8. Kookla

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    I've bought three of these- gave one away to my ex-wife, kept another as a spare. Very impressed for the money. One has ridden in my left pocket for nearly a year, even mistakenly put it through the wash one day. Still works like a champ. Love the fact that it just takes one AA.

    You never know how useful carrying a flashlight is until you do it.
     

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