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    Exclamation Flashlights...

    Just stocked up can never have too many always leaving them at job sites.

    Menards wooden flashlights are $1.00 after rebate 80 lumens.




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    Nice.
    I got tired of maglights breaking on me so i hit the dollar tree up for em often. Being on nights, i go through alot of flashlights.

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    Still using maglites. I have 3 and when one quits working I just send it back because they fix them for free!!!!!!!!
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    I get various one from Harbor Freight for free.

    Buy something and they give you a free gift.

    Hey Azzzzzz, no harbor freight stores near you?

    At Menards I received one of those flashlights for my birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixitright View Post
    I get various one from Harbor Freight for free.

    Buy something and they give you a free gift.

    Hey Azzzzzz, no harbor freight stores near you?

    At Menards I received one of those flashlights for my birthday.



    And how do you like it? Most of the cheaper lights work OK for a few weeks then start glitching, having to smack them around to get them to work I just throw them away if I don't forget and leave them somewhere first.

    Closest one about 30 minutes away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AssTyme View Post
    And how do you like it? Most of the cheaper lights work OK for a few weeks then start glitching, having to smack them around to get them to work I just throw them away if I don't forget and leave them somewhere first.

    Closest one about 30 minutes away.

    I don't count on cheap flashlights for work (no offense ) but use a rechargeable led that I got from Sears some years ago. Not sure they even sell that model anymore but Menards had a similar light.

    The cheap/free ones I leave in my car and truck for back up and emergencies.
    I must have 20 of them stashed around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixitright View Post
    I don't count on cheap flashlights for work (no offense ) but use a rechargeable led that I got from Sears some years ago. Not sure they even sell that model anymore but Menards had a similar light.

    The cheap/free ones I leave in my car and truck for back up and emergencies.
    I must have 20 of them stashed around.



    The problem with me is that I keep forgetting/losing the damn things so cheap is good as long as they work OK. These Menards lights seem to be well made.

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