When a deal is too good to be true?

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When a deal is too good to be true?

Just saw this on a youtube ad.
https://www.vrsgs.com/products/super-bright-flashlight?gclid=CjwKCAjw3MS...

$40 for 100K Lumens. Looks like the IMALENT MS18. At $40 that’s a heck of a discount.
Many of the screen shots are the same.
I wonder what you actually get for your $40?
Any takers?

How about the knife that melts through a trampoline? No?

All the Best,
Jeff

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Jeff51 wrote:
When a deal is too good to be true?

99.99% of the time

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Jeff51 wrote:
I wonder what you actually get for your $40?

A gaping hole in your wallet with nothing to show for it. Or an empty box on your doorstep

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One word: Fake. They show different flashlights in that ad: Mateminco MT09+, Imalent MS18, amd a no name 900 Lumen one from AE. 100,000 lumems is expensive. Period.

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No Paypal…

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Quadrupel wrote:
No Paypal…

There is paypal for me.

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I don’t know why I even clicked on the link. Material: ABS

You can't compare the big flashlight in the sky to the little flashlight in your hand.

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Well, it’s got “Furniture power”, so I’d definitely give it a shot.

Seriously, when was the last time you saw a light with… wait for it… wait for iiiiiiit… Furniture Power!

Maybe it’s armoir-plated.

Okay, let’s table this discussion. I just had to get that off my chest, but I didn’t want to drawer this out.

Carry on.

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100k lumens in a plastic flashlight?, hmmm. Furniture power? Wracking my brain trying to translate that one.

Wish they’d shown longer shots of the girl, she’s hot.

I feel sorry for people who don't have a hobby or interest to escape to.

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Jeff51 wrote:
When a deal is too good to be true?
Almost…. always.
There are rare exceptions…. ✅
Usually you find those “rare exceptions”, they don’t find you. Wink
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a LOt of that does not make sense
it claims to have 8 21700 cells, then later == Battery: 32650 lithium battery( Built-in battery)

also claims “MS18 rechargeable flashlight comes with 18pcs Cree XHP70 “

i would expect a cheap piece of crap with maybe the equivalent of 1 18650 built in, and 1 blue/green/purple led with a narrow beam

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