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    Default Re: Feit Electric 500 3 C Cell at Costco $25.00

    The flashlight is great for flood lighting, but as mentioned above, when focused you can see the LED.
    But for $12.50 each with quality cells included, you can't beat the price.
    Joel

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    Default Re: "Feit Electric" 3C LED flashlight

    Any reason why you couldn't spray the inside of the barrel with white - or better yet, silver - paint to recapture some of the light lost to that black interior?

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    Default Re: Feit Electric 500 3 C Cell at Costco $25.00

    I have to agree with everyone else. For the price I do not see how you could beat them.

    Sent from a Braniff 707 via telex

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    Default Re: Feit Electric 500 3 C Cell at Costco $25.00

    Is the low mode PWM or regulated?
    Light Emitting Diode: A third less calories than a regular Emitting Diode.

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    Default Re: Feit Electric 500 3 C Cell at Costco $25.00

    pwm
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    Default Re: Feit Electric 500 3 C Cell at Costco $25.00

    Quote Originally Posted by Beamhead View Post
    pwm
    Thanks.

    I might have guessed. It's easier electronically to turn the light on and off rapidly than to throttle the current flowing through it.

    Still, for the price it's pretty darn good.
    Light Emitting Diode: A third less calories than a regular Emitting Diode.

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    Default Re: QUESTION ABOUT !! "Feit Electric" 3C LED flashlight

    Can you replace the bulb inside the Feit Electric flashlight? If so, what kind of bulb would I have to get and where?

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    Smile What about No artifacts?

    In answer to southsidehunters question I just unscrewed the lens retainer ring and was unable to dislodge lens to access the LED. Have to take another look tomorrow. It seems to be caught on the threads and if not perfectly aligned, will cock and jamb in the threads. After reading this blog, the one word I have not heard used is artifacts. I have to say that at full wide angle, at 20', I get a 20' wide flood with virtually no artifacts. I have never seen another flashlight that can do this. I do not like the loose zoom and it is a little heavy for pocket carrying, but all in all, is one of my favorite flashlights. It is my go to flashlight around the house at night. Absolutely fantastic zoom.

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    Default Re: What about No artifacts?

    Just amessage for the UK users. It's now in Costco @£24 for the twin pack.
    My local one is Chester/Ellesmere Port.

    HTH

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