On Monday, in writing about a 2-pack of tactical military flashlights from The Daily Caller Shop, we wrote:
Whether you like to go on long walks at night, enjoy spur of the moment camping trips or just want to be prepared in case of an emergency, you need to have a good flashlight.
Those words still ring true. You need to have a good flashlight for any situation. And if we are being honest, you really need more than one. So even if you’ve taken advantage of that deal at The Daily Caller Shop – remember, those flashlights are 82 percent off – you should know about Amazon’s one-day-only deal on 5 different flashlights. It is a smart idea to diversify your flashlight collection. (I’m a particular fan of the flashlight shaped like a key).
Normally $273, this LED high lumen rechargeable flashlight is 59 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Streamlight 75458 Stinger DS LED High Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight with 120-Volt AC/12-Volt DC Piggyback Charger on sale for $110.95
Normally $110, this LED tactical helmet mounted flashlight is 29 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Streamlight 69140 Vantage LED Tactical Helmet Mounted Flashlight on sale for $77.11
Normally $82, this tactical flashlight is 27 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Streamlight 88047 ProTac HL 3 1,100 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/ 3x CR123A Batteries on sale for $59.46
Normally $20, this ultra-compact flashlight is 39 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Streamlight MicroStream Ultra-compact Aluminum body with AAA Alkaline Battery, 3.5 Inch – 1.04 oz (Black) on sale for $12
Normally $18, this key light is 25 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Streamlight 73200 KeyMate USB, Black on sale for $13.49
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