Weirdest flashlight concept I've seen in quite awhile

jabe1

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You could use it in the car with an inverter!

I'm sorry, if I'm on a job site, I don't want the light to be moving every time someone needs a cord, and 50 lumens at 10,000K? not really needed to locate your cord end.

I'll bet they sell alot of them though...
 

Swede74

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I found this one on a Swedish site. I'm not sure weird is the best word to describe it, but it is certainly a nontraditional design.

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Some information and specifications according to the site where I found it:

New innovative design, high quality.
Credit card size.
"Collapsable lightbulb"
"Unfold" to turn the light on.
Colour: Warm white.
Weight: 14 g.
Powered by Cr1220 (included, replaceable).
Size [cm]: 8.6 * 5.3 * 0.3
Price: 29 SEK ~ 4 USD
 
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mcdj

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I have a smaller version in Xmas tree format. Had it on my computer monitor at work all season.

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petersmith6

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while to many it seams a pointless idea, i do alot of my work at night . and while the work sight is well lit, the bit between the site and the genny or transformer is frequently dark. i would of put a cheap Nicd in there to provide a back up find me light.
 

Mag-man

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Looks handy for garage or home projects, if u don't have a flashlight. Won't have to find batteries. But its rather useless for walking and looking for the dogs.
 

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If you about 300 of them, and plugged them in end to end to end.... You could line your driveway, sort of like an airport. That would be cool. lol
 

letschat7

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Ran across an odd flashlight I bought years ago, called the Fliklite. Still in its box, I guess I forgot all about it.
There is a review of it at flashlightreviews.com Any one else have this light?
People used to have that torch on here. I got one and it is fairly dim. It truely is limited in use but it does take N cells.
 

Monocrom

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People used to have that torch on here. I got one and it is fairly dim. It truely is limited in use but it does take N cells.
Other than the Streamlight 3N Propolymer LED model, I don't think anyone even makes lights for N-cell batteries anymore. (Wish I had bought a single N-cell Peak LED Solutions model from back in the day when Peak offered them.)
 

captianworkbench

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I am so disappointed.... neither the pictures for the ace extension cord light or the lapg brite tactical balls are working for me. I wanted to see weird and strange lights. Anyone care to share other links, or images?

....in the dark.....
 
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