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Decent for $.99

Here is a decent AA light for only .$99 shipped.

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I guess it beats the Delight when it comes to price... at least for you US guys.

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Hi there Atlas, welcome to the site, and thanks for the tip here!

Well, they just keep driving the price down don't they?  This is a different body style that we are accustomed to for this class of AA budget lights.  I love the picture of the running light submerged in a glass of water, good marketing there.  Would someone in the USA like to forgo their morning cup of coffee to scrounge up the funds to buy one of these?

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Well i just ordered it for my stepson, its a shame that it would not let me order 2 of them.

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I think it does not reach the decent category...

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Oh well for my son and me giving it too him he will be more then pleased, and for 99cents and he breaks the light its not a loss at all.

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sb56637 wrote:

Hi there Atlas, welcome to the site, and thanks for the tip here!

Well, they just keep driving the price down don't they?  This is a different body style that we are accustomed to for this class of AA budget lights.  I love the picture of the running light submerged in a glass of water, good marketing there.  Would someone in the USA like to forgo their morning cup of coffee to scrounge up the funds to buy one of these?

 

I have one of these. I think I paid around $1.50. It is equal to the $1.48 lights everyone was raving about on that other site. I have several of the 1.48 ones and I ordered another of these since they went down to a buck. Nice to keep on in all the vehicles and strategically around the house. I gave quite a few away to friends and relatives too, didn't get any complaints yet. Smile

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Hey Al, let us know how this torch works out when you get it.

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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But of course.....ill play with it and make sure everything is tight before i give it to Taylor.......

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You're such a good Step-Dad.  8)

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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Well he's been bugging me about it, last year about this time we were at the beach looking for crabs and the light that i gave him a Romisen RC-A3 fell of his wrist......the waves were harsh that night so the current took the light away and away.......Im hoping this light will suffice for now.

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At least it won't be a big deal if he breaks or loses it.  Wink

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion

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Of course not.....and thats a good and wonderful thing.

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My Niece, nephew and grand-nephew will be here this Sunday and I plan on giving them some flashlights and rechargeable batteries.  I could just picture what this place will look like everytime the sun goes down.  Big Smile

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"But as I said long ago, you are more likely to be killed by a dead fish dropped by a seagull in the Sahara Desert than by a lithium ion