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  • Russell says:

    Waste of time and money. Added to the garbage. This site will get no more money from me!

  • John says:

    Quite frankly, I think this whole promotion is a type of scam. When ordering the flashlight, I went through the process and then found out it was enrolling me in some sort of monthly program with a monthly fee, then I had a choice to click on something like. “give my flashlight to someone else” or “keep your flashlight” something like that. That is the choice I made. However, today I received the flashlight anyway, just the same as everyone else, no instructions, no battery, etc. I will have to contest any charges to my credit card.

  • Wolphene says:

    I found 4.2V 1300mAh Rechargeable Lithium Ion 16340 Battery at http://www.newegg.com but it costs $8.38 each. Ouch! Guess this will be a paperweight untill I can get ONE to see if this flashlight will work!?

    • Wolphene says:

      Ok, I think I got this figured out. The extra piece that came with the flashlight is for regular AA battery use and the bulb unit that is in the flashlight when it arrived is for the lithium battery, the bases of the two units are different in color; silver for lithium, brassy for regular. I didn’t have the spreader tool that another person had used, but mini needlenose pliers worked just fine.

  • William says:

    I was at first unable to get the flashlight to work with a AA. But after reading comments on here, I was able to use two mini screwdrivers to unscrew the one head and replace with the other. When I tried it then, it threw good usable light in both hi and low mode.

  • victor engel says:

    recieved the flashlight but did not get the head that uses AA batteries. I need that head because I want to use AA batteries. Please advise when the otheer head will arrive. Thanks

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