Sunday, January 11, 2015

3-in-1 Cree LED Flashlight with Magnetized Base Review

If you loose power it's good for everyone in the house to have a flashlight. I also keep a few flashlights with our camping gear. Now I have a 3-in-1 Cree LED Flashlight for our car. 



Why is it called a 3-in-1 Flashlight? 

It works 3 different ways: Cree, White, and Flashing Red LED for emergency, or to improve visibility. Easy operation: 1st click turns the CREE LED, 2nd click lights-up the 18 white LED, while 3rd click turns on RED LED. I do wish there was a different button for each mode.

It is quite versatile and comes with a total of 29 LEDS (18 white LEDs and 11 red LED). The bulbs can last for more than 100,000 hours. It is powered by 3 AAA batteries, which are not included.

1. You hit the button once for the flashlight to shine brighter than a typical flashlight.


2. You hit the button a second time to have the body of the flashlight light up.


3. You hit the button a third time to have the flashlight blink red. I think this is a great feature for emergencies!


4. You hit the button one more time, and it turns the flashlight off.

Magnetic:

You may notice from a few of the pictures that the flashlight is hanging from the stove, and out from the car. The base of the flashlight is magnetic, so it sticks to metal surfaces.

It features a rugged and high quality military-grade design for durability and versatility. It can be used in a variety of applications which include cars, bikes, home, etc. The flashlight comes with an anodized aluminium body which is resistant to various elements of weather.

Size:

This flashlight is pretty small. It's about 8 inches - 204 millimeters long, and about 1 1/2 inches - 36 millimeters wide. Small enough to fit easily in a purse, bag, or fanny pack.

Cost:

It's $49.99 on Amazon, but on sale for $19.99.

Safety:

The bottom line is that this flashlight is much more safe then others on the market. It has 3-in-1 convenient lighting source; with a design that allows versatility for use in different scenarios. The bulbs can stay lit for 100,000 hours.

Do you own a lot of flashlights?


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Disclaimer: I'm writing this in connection to Tomoson. I got this 3-in-1 flashlight free for review. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

8 comments:

Joyce Lansky said...

These days, my phone serves as my flashlight. Yours looks better.

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Theresa Mahoney said...

Like Joyce, I use my phone too, but this one has so many more features than the phone offers! It really would be smart to keep one handy in the car for emergencies!

Masshole Mommy said...

I use my iPhone like the other ladies. This one sounds SO much better :)

mail4rosey said...

We have a couple. My husband loves the LED lights, we just got a lantern with those. They def. light better than traditional (but sometimes they trigger a migraine for me, so I have to be careful).

indah nuria Savitri said...

it must be very handy to have one...

Ai Sakura said...

So functional! Agree you should have such a mult-purpose torchlight in the car or at camping for emergencies!

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Thats a very nice flashlight. It would be great to keep in the car for an emergency.

~ Noelle said...

This would be great to keep in the car for emergencies!!

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