Anyone have the Ozark Trail 200 Lumens flashlight or 150 Lumens LED Headlamp?

Astroscanner

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I haven't received them yet, but recently ordered the Ozark Trail 200 Lumens CREE LED Aluminum Flashlight and Ozark Trail 150 Lumens Multi-Color LED Headlamp as a bundled deal that was on sale at the time for only $14.00 for both !

They had good reviews from customers on the store website so I wanted to check if anyone here had either of them and had any comments.

Thanks !

added note: this is the version of the 200 lumen that uses 2 AA batteries, I think there was an older version that was different.

(I ordered this combo deal from Walmart, normal combo deal is about $20, I ordered it when it was on a very temporary sale for just $14)

(those 2 items are sold separately also, the flashlight for about $15 by itself, the headlamp for about $13 by itself, so the deal I got was about half price from what I would have paid if I bought them individually, so at that price and with the positive reviews on the Walmart site I figured it was a deal worth trying !)
 
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Astroscanner

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Just wanted to say that I am pleased with Ozark Trail 200 Lumens CREE LED Aluminum Flashlight and Ozark Trail 150 Lumens Multi-Color LED Headlamp.

Especially with the great deal I got of getting both for $14.

It is neat to have such a bright headlamp for hands-free lighting that points whereever you look.
 

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I have the OT200L 2AA light and really like it. It is a flood monster!!
 

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I have the OT200L 2AA light and really like it. It is a flood monster!!

Having been used to "regular" flashlights in the past I was amazed how bright such a small flashlight could be like the OT200L.

The 150 headlamp is really bright for being so compact.
 

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I have the headlamp for use at work. My choice was based on the light being cheap, easy to get, reasonably bright, and uses regular batteries. If you shine it on a white wall you can see some color variations in the beam (rings and center) but in actual use it really seems OK. The low level is good for close up work and the high level works fine for moving around. I am happy with it. The only real complaint is that the strap is on the small side. I have it open all the way to fit my head and getting it on the hard hat at work takes all the stretch of the band but it works. I see that the light is now $7 at WalMart. For that price it is a really good buy.
 

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I just picked up the Ozark Trail 220 headlamp on ebay on the cheap. I am happy with the brightness and the quality of this light but I can find any reviews on it.
 
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