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Old Today, 09:37 PM   #1
John in OH
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Default Defiant LED Flashlight / Worklight

This past Easter weekend my son-in-law gave me a Defiant LED flashlight that he found at his local Home Depot in Northern VA. Iíve played around with it a little and thought some of you might be interested as I think it is going to be very useful!

The light is about 1 in. in diameter and 8 in. long. It has 16 LED lights arranged in two rows of 8 LEDs each and requires 3 AAA batteries. The entire case is made of a polished aluminum-type material with grooves to improve grip. It should be easy to clean and maintain.

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There is a magnet in one end, a hanger loop in the opposite end, and each end cap is an octagon shape that keeps the light from rolling when on a flat surface. An additional advantage of the octagon ends is they allow the light to be ďaimedĒ in 45 degree increments when on a flat surface. The LEDs are switched on and off via a rubber sealed button on the side.

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The magnet holds the light well on a vertical surface and the LEDs make a pretty bright light.

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I checked my local Home Depot and they donít carry the light, nor is it listed on the HD on-line site, so I donít know the price, but itís probably fairly reasonable for what promises to be a very useful battery powered LED work light. I do know that I recently paid about $10 for a somewhat similar Ė but far less useful light Ė at NAPA.
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