RAYBRSLED3PKBTP

Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set

D - Black

Reg. Price $21.99

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Be prepared with more than 140 hours of runtime
Includes 1 large flashlight and 2 smaller flashlights
Rubberized exterior for a sure-grip
Batteries are included
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SKU
RAYBRSLED3PKBTP
Manufacturer
Spectrum Brands, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
BRSLED3PKBTP
Product Type
Flashlight
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Package Contents
  • 1 x Large Flashlight
  • 2 x Smaller Flashlight
  • 2 x D Battery
  • 2 x AA Battery
Recycled
No
Durability
Impact Resistant
Features
Rubber Grip
Battery Life
100 Hour
Battery Chemistry
Alkaline
Battery Size
D

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Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set
 
3.3

(based on 8 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (3)

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    (0)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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3.0

Great bright light

By BebeAdEmUp

from West Point, MS, United States

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

Bought these a couple of months ago...I too have problems with the D cell light. Is there anywhere I can get a switch for the button?

 
3.0

Switch fail

By Clif

from Minneapolis, MN, United States

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

The push button toggle switches on these lights seem not as reliable as slide switches. I fixed one of the switches that would not click-on any more by taking the switch out, putting dielectric grease on it, and exercising the button. Don't know if it will last. Otherwise the lights are good for the price.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Beautiful but they do not last

By Missy0

from Chicago

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

I bought these several months ago. I only used them a few times when we installed a new sink and to check the garbage disposal. In spite of the beautiful look as being very well made and solid, one of them already stopped working, the button doesn't turn on the light and the other one is skipping the click which turns on the light.

 
3.0

The trio all in all not bad but the D size failed

By furryweasel

from Quincy, MI, United States

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

I bought these flashlights a few years ago love them bought them after I bought the rayz wish i could get another one of them love that light best i have ever owned in LED. but the D size just stopped working one day and don't know why tried fresh batts. checked wires to led. head all seems to be fine still nothing but the smaller ones work great use one of them every day without fail it works.They can take the D size out and cut the cost down or make it a little better for my thought the trouble with mine may be in the switch who knows.

 
5.0

Exceelent

By Vern

from Merriam KS

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

I received one set (1 D & 2 AA size) of these flashlites for Xmas. They are the finest ones that I ever got hold of. I'm a sort of flashlite afficiando, and I was so taken with them that I bought five more sets so that I could have at least one in every room, basement, garage, and auto, plus spares. Just for comparison purposes I bought one non-LED (krypton) version. GET THE LED VERSION.

 
5.0

Excellent flashlights and batteries

By TexasPhotobug

from Houston, TX, USA

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

I recently bought some Rayovac products and was very impressed with the good design and great performance. Later on, I purchased the combo kit with one 2D light and two 2AA lights, and have been very pleased with their quality and performance. They provide a really great light output over quite a distance, which is the primary function of a flashlight. The batteries seem to be well made and last longer than I expected. Highly recommended.

 
5.0

Excellent light provided

By Ann3317

from Nassau, NY, USA

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

These flashlights are great. They last a very long time and the light is definately bright enough. The smaller ones are easy to carry around in a coat pocket.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Cheaply made. One in pack came broken

By dawns

from Undisclosed

Comments about Rayovac Value Bright Flashlight Set:

I had to send one back. Awating replacement. Broken before we even used it.

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