Specifications & Dimensions
|Main Handle Grip:||Rubber|
|Materials & Finishes:|
|Number of Batteries Included:||2|
|Battery Class/Size:||Standard AA|
|Number of Batteries Required:||2|
|Flashlight Continuous Use Time:||25 hr.|
|Flashlight Housing Material:||Aluminum|
|Variable Beam Flashlight:||Yes|
Ratings & Reviews
Weather-Resistant LED Tool Light Gives You Hours of Light for Jobs That Go from Day to Night
The Craftsman LED tool light is the perfect companion for any job. The solid state LED never needs replacing, offering the ultimate in convenience for busy workers. Featuring a 25-hour run time, it comes with a holster and two AA aluminum LED batteries. Sturdy and compact, this is also a great flashlight to tuck into a drawer or glove compartment in case of an emergency. This weather resistant LED tool light can be used in wet and rainy conditions and features a rubber grip for secure handling. The magnifying lens focuses the LED into a spot light beam, providing you light precisely where you need it. A two-way switch offers the option of intermittent use or constant on. This Craftsman flashlight features a rugged polycarbonate lens and reflector ensuring it will stand up to heavy-duty use.
- Craftsman LED tool light includes a tool light, holster and two alkaline batteries with 25-hour run time
- Equipped with a magnifying lens for focused light
- Weather resistant; can be used safely in inclement conditions
- Rubber grip helps you keep hold of the flashlight in wet and rainy weather
- Two-way switch allows you to choose between constant or intermittent power
- Polycarbonate lens and reflector
- Tool light made in Taiwan; batteries made in China
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
Overall, others give this:
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.
Most Helpful Reviews
Got these when they were on sale for 9.99. They come in different colors so I got the red and blue one so when I lay it somewhere I can find it. When I was in the army I ONLY bought maglight and I thought they were the best till now. Don't get me wrong i love the small maglights but buying the bulbs for 3.00 is not cool. So buy the craftsman light its bright long lasting and well built.
International Falls, MN
I am an outdoorsman. I carry this flashlight on 50-mile backpacking trips from the Appalachian Trail to the Pacific Crest Trail. I like it because its sturdy construction gives me a sense that this is a flashlight that can take a beating and keep on lighting.
North Tonawanda, NY
Craftsman is usually great - and then I bought this flashlight. Very disapointed. The light is not very bright and there is no real on/off switch. How dumb is that? If you have the battery comparment unscrewed then you can push the bottom for on, until you let the bottom go. To keep it on you have to screw in the battery/bottom cover. This is the dumbest design I have ever encountered. Buy some other flashlight and avoid this one.
I bought this for my roommate as an extra gift for Christmas. He has problems seeing and this flashlight has a nice bright beam and is not too big for him to carry around.
Sure, it's rugged, but unless you have the eyes of a Great Snowy Owl, this gadget doesn't put out enough light to help you find your shoes (and they're right there, where you left them). There are far better LED flashlights to be had. Look on the counter of any hardware store, by the cash register - you'll find several with, like, 167 LED's and a laser pointer for less money than this Craftsman POS. And for $1.37, when you lose or break it, you won't be at all upset.
I lost my previous flashlight and I just happened to be thinking about that while at a Sears. I try to buy most of my tools and such from there since Craftsman has never let me down but I'm just not really happy with this. The materials don't feel high quality and it looks like the chrome may chip off. I did just open it so I have no experience using it. What I don't like is to use it you have to screw the bottom cap on. When you're done you screw it off. No button. No switch. This means that when you're walking around the bottom is not secured 100% on the bottom. There is a push button that will temporarily turn it on but goes off when you let it go. I guess that's a good feature if you need that but I'd rather have a solid switch to use.
Not really sure of how good this flashlight would be I reluctantly ordered it. WOW was I surprised when I put batteries in it and tried it for the first time. I couldn't believe how bright it was. Also knowing it was a L.E.D. flashlight also made me feel it would last a very long time. Very impressed with it!!