Wel-Bilt Tactical Flashlight - 3 Watt
Excellent Light for the money.
Pros: Super bright, durable, fits hand well, uses C batteries, and has those 'scallops' that make it a self defence weapon if needed.
Cons: Wish I would have bought more when they were on sale.
October 3, 2013
this little guy puts out a bunch of light and is as tough as nails. My original light has been hit with a grinder, smashed in a machine dropped from the second floor and still works great. I am so impressed that I have ordered 5 more
April 25, 2013
This light is a good size and casts a good focused beam. It takes C cell size batteries so is lighter to carry, cheaper to replace the batteries too. Have not had any need to smack anything with the 'self defense edges' but I suppose they could come in handy.
All in all a good value if you get it on sale.
April 23, 2013
OK, but not very durable
The light is OK, but it is not very durable. Mine came apart. The lens and the reflector just fell out. I glued them back in, after the third or fourth time they came out.
Also, the switch is a problem. It would turn on, but would stick when your tried to turn it off. I fixed that with a rubber 0-ring between the switch and the last battery.
February 28, 2013
Excellent flashlight here. At 120 Lumens, light travels quite far. It's clearly rugged. I like the sharp edged tip so it can be used as a safety device when being carried in the car. Will purchase more of these.
February 12, 2013
This flachlight works so great that I purchased 8 of them to have around my home, basement, and in the garage. It's durable and doesn't break if dropped. The beam on it is also very bright and has good distance on it. That makes it useful outdoors for the woods especially hiking.
February 11, 2013
This is a really great light for the money. Not overly heavy, well made and super amount of light emmited with a nice beam.
December 28, 2012
Too bad they don't last very long
The flashlight worked great until one day it would not turn on. Guess I had it about a year. It never was dropped or abused or had any leaky batteries.
Also, the switch is a little hard to use because the tail-cap is crenelated. They should have left one of the teeth off so you would have a place for your thumb. (you could grind one off)
December 17, 2012
Built like a Sherman Tank
This is a very tough flashlight. It sits in the center console of my Ranger, and I've used it countless times. Drop it in the mud, drop it in a stream, hit a nail with it... It doesn't seem to matter.
I'm not sure why it includes "Crenelated Self-Defense Edges," as I'm usually so equipped as to have better choices. I guess it doesn't hurt the product at all.
One nice feature is the polygonal nut slightly behind the head, it keeps the light from rolling around on you. 2 C batteries into an LED means this thing throws out a lot of light. I couldn't be happier with it, especially since I got it 15% off during a bucket sale.
October 15, 2012
Great value...but a bit on the large size
Works great and throws out a lot of light. Very rugged, but a bit too large to carry around all day if you work in a manufcturing environment. Hard to beat the price and works great around the house
October 8, 2012