Panasonic flashlight that uses all standard sizes

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Panasonic flashlight that uses all standard sizes

I didn’t see this on here anywhere so here’s some links to this new Panasonic light that apparently accepts all kinds of batteries.

Review on techglimpse

On Japan Today

On Gizmodo

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That's one way to use up leftover batteries.  Wink

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I cant find the other thread but this was posted a few days ago.

Seems a bit gimmicky to me but it might come in handy in the zombie apocalypse if you have to scavenge for batteries.

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the point is to have all cells in parallel, 1.5V. this way it doesnt matter how much capacity is left in each parallel cell.

i store my Eneloops this way, connected in parallel.

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