Stanley 95-000FL Tripod Outdoorsman Flashlight
Stanley had the clever idea to mount a flashlight on a tripod for handsfree operation. This comes in handy if you're trying to do repair work during a power outage or doing wiring work in a crawlspace. This flashlight is sturdy and well made: tripod legs are made of durable anodized aluminum, and the lamp head is a graphite ABS composite with a shatter-resistant polycarbonate lens. True to its name, the MaxLife will run through batteries much less quickly than incandescent models thanks to the energy-efficient LED bulb (the manufacturer claims it will give you a run time of over 200 hours on 9 AA batteries). When you start to approach the 200th hour, a low-power indicator lets you know when it's time to change the batteries. You can also switch between high, medium, and low lighting intensities, and the multi-position head lets you aim the light where you need it (this is especially handy in tripod mode). This model also comes with 3 color lenses - blue, green, and red - for various nighttime applications. The flashlight will run on 3, 6, or 9 AA batteries (not included).
- Features a 100,000-hour bulb life
- 10x Battery life of traditional flashlights
- Features 3 pop open legs, 4-position switch, and camouflage finish
- Includes colored lenses - green and red for nighttime applications
- Requires 3, 6, or 9 AA batteries (not included).