Standard stuff. Likely 24w dual mode (10/24). You'll find some imperfections on the reflector, probably off center bulb, and a battery that has a 25% chance of failure. Having said that, they are dirt cheap to get into HID flashlights really casually.
The dollar-per-lumen ratio on low-wattage HIDs (under 35W) is not competitive with current high-output LEDs; $95 would buy you a 750 lumen Zebralight SC600 that takes one cell and fits in your pocket..
Now the HID would out throw that Zebralight, yes? HID flashlights are generally used for far throw and search spot applications. At least that's what I keep saying to myself when I'm lighting up mountain sides and cloudspotting
Yes, the Zebralight is a flood-type light. However the low watt HID would not throw as far as a DEFT or some of the aspheric LED examples. I'd wager it would be a close comparison to the Stanley 5W LED spotlight.