The price scanner was not working. Found a Waldroid, who had to go get a 18 or so year old teen age waldroid, who was able to get out of the wrong screen and get back to price check. Price is $5.48; I figure three dollar light with three dollar battery. Not too bad.
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Amazon wants more than that money. About double.
I took it out, slit just enough plastic to expose the spring terminals. Put the provided square 6 volt heavy duty battery in.
The light is slightly blue, no surprise. Bright enough to shine a spot on the parking lot. Home, the light is plenty enough to shine into a tree. I'd have seen if there was a racoon up there. I could light up the side yard, if there was a person there.
Inside, the light got me down the dark hall. Shine at ceiling, and it's brighter than my two watt LED night light. Meter says it draws .350 amps, which is lower than a standard PR12 bulb of .500 amp. Will battery last ten times longer? I doubt it. I may try some day for fun.
I spent considerable time on the Rayovac web site, they don't give the amp hour capacity or run time of the batteries they sell.
Nerds like me need that info.
Overall, I like the light. I don't have any specific use, but next power cut and it will light up an entire room if shined on white ceiling.
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