Flashlights, Hausbell 7W Flashlight LED Flashlight Tactical Flashlight Atomic Beam Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoomable with Luminous Ring (4 packs)


Product Specifications
Item Package Quantity: 1
Color: Black
Handle Material : Aluminum alloy Description:
Working voltage is wide and can utilize the batteries in the largest extent. Suitable for hunting, cycling, climbing, camping and outdoor activity etc.
Lumens: 300LM
Reflector: Convex Lens
Switch: Tail-cap press ON/OFF
Model of LED: CREE Q5 LED
4 x Mini Led Flashlight

$ 15.99

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  1. Alyssa leen S. Zablan says:
    224 of 229 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    How do they get this much light from a small flashlight??, October 29, 2015
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    Alyssa leen S. Zablan (California USA) –

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    I use my flashlight daily at my job.

    I have been used to going through these cheap LED flashlights every few months. I either misplace them or they fail. I don’t spend a lot of money on a flashlight simply because I have misplaced a few and would rather lose a cheap one than an expensive one.

    So I decided to give this model a try. And I have to say I am impressed!

    It is small enough to fit in my tool holder and has a very bright light. The beam is adjustable so you can broaden the light or concentrate it into a fine beam.

    To my amazement the push button has not failed yet and I don’t have to shake the light to get it to work. That seems to be the first problem with these cheapo flashlights. And I am pretty abusive to these flashlights. They get dropped, banged and used on & off many times every day.

    Runs on 1 AA battery and seems to last really well. I like this option better than a rechargeable because sometimes I forget to shut it off when I put it back into my bag. Then when the battery dies I have to wait for it to recharge. With this unit I can just swap it out with fresh batteries and get it going again.

    I will be getting another one of these when this one starts to fail but so far it has outlasted every other cheapo flashlight and has been the cheapest in cost!

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  2. 45 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome little flashlight. Buy more than one!, July 26, 2016
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    Geo K.

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    I absolutely love this flashlight. So much that I purchased two more after the first one. I am really hoping that these last a while because they have a pretty great light output for a minimal price.

    Pros:
    1. Price. These things are so affordable that it would be silly to not buy a few to keep all over the place. Toolbox, glove box, shed, various locations throughout the house in the event of a blackout / zombie apocalypse.
    2. It does not feel like a cheap flashlight. It feels solid with no plastic on the exterior of the light housing. Black aluminum alloy body.
    3. Comes with 5 light modes: High/Middle/Low/Strobe/SOS
    4. Adjustable light beam / pattern. Uses a convex lens and a telescoping flashlight housing to zoom/focus the light pattern. (See my video for details)
    5. Comes with a little tether/lanyard to put on your wrist to avoid dropping/losing.
    6. Bottom of the light works pretty well for opening bottles. Not sure if that was intentional in the design but it does.
    7. Lightweight and compact. Just under 6 ounces 5.5″L x 1.38″W (Closed) and 6.125″L Extended. Circumference is 3 5/8 (thinnest point) 5 1/4 widest point.

    Cons:
    1: No clip to hook onto a belt (not really a turn off from buying though)
    2: The focused narrow beam shows the shape of the LED chip which looks kind of like a castle instead of just a round dot. Not sure if this is really a con for me however it might be for some users.

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  3. JNieporte says:
    227 of 245 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great For $10, September 20, 2014
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    JNieporte (Ohio, United States) –

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    These lights are made by a few different manufacturers, and a few reports were of “other than Hausbell” brand being shipped. The ones I received came in a white Hausbell box (the one box held both lights, each wrapped in bubble wrap) and the light had Hausbell on one side and CREE on the other. You get two per order, but my review will only mention one light.

    The light is 3-3/4″ long and 1″ in diameter at the body tube; the head and tailcap are thicker. The LED is a CREE Q5, and came centered nicely for the price of the lights. The lens is convex, allowing you to adjust the “flood” of the beam. Push it all the way out for a tight beam, and pull it in for an area beam. While zoomed “in” you can see a square image; this is the magnified LED itself in the beam. Shining the beam on a wall from 2-1/2 feet away, I got these beam diameters (edge to edge)…
    Zoomed all the way in: 2″ spread.
    Zoomed all the way out: 18″ spread.

    The tailcap has an orange switch cover, and it’s a reverse clicky. Click it to turn it on, and then you can press the switch softly to momentarily turn it off. This can be used for signalling. There are no High or Low modes; the light is either on or off. The pocket clip is attached with two Torx (T-6) screws, and they allow the light to be carried bezel-down with about 3-4″ of the light sticking out of your pocket. Since it’s held on with the screws, it can be removed, but no positioned anywhere else on the light.

    The light runs on one AA battery (alkaline, lithium, or NiMH) or lithium ion (14500). I got the following output and runtime from them:
    Duracell alkaline: Output peaked at 91 lumens and gradually dropped, reaching 10% at 3 hours and 58 minutes.
    AW 14500 battery: Output peaked at 232 lumens and dropped quickly, reaching 10% at 2 hours and 43 minutes. However, the light got very hot.

    So, at $5 a piece, these flashlights are pretty good. They don’t have the build quality of a SureFire or even an Inova, but they’re fair for the price. It’s a simple one-mode flashlight that uses a commonly-available battery at a low price. Try one out for your toolbox, glove compartment, or backpack.

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