Home Depot has a 5 LED package set for about $15. Included 3 88 lumen LED flashlights and two 10 lumen headlights. Simple, runs off of 3 AAA batteries. Figured they might work great for when the power goes out.
Then I came across the 820 lumens Solarforce L2P led flashlight. Also picked up a...
How do you guys store your disposable batteries? I'm talking double A, triple A, Size C, D, CR123, etc... I'm thinking of putting them in mason jars in case they start leaking. And maybe I should buy a few new ones every year and rotate them out by using the old first?
I was hoping some people might be able to chime in as to some questions I had regarding long term storage, hopefully I found the proper thread :)
-Batteries, I try as much as possible to not rely on electronic devices, but I have a few such as flashlights, radios etc. I have all my devices...
I am looking for the best place with the best price to purchase a decent amount of these to stock up for my maglights.
The best price I have found so far is still 75cents per battery which seems high.
Also... Why can't I find any lithium D cell batteries? The AA & AAA lithium...
This past weekend my kids and I made a trip to the camp to plant some fruit trees, plant some oak trees and work on another bar-b-que pit.
Saturday night we decided to take a walk around the property, so we started looking for flashlights. It was at this point that I realized that I had...
Ok so Lithium batteries
well Ive been researching a new flashlight and Lithium batteries seem to be the way to go.
They are available in my requirements AA AAA so my flashlights and headlight all take those sizes which means wherever in the world I can power up.
I purchased Lithiums to...
Any body tried lithium AAA or AA size?
I'm seeing all these high price lithium batteries that claim up to 8 times the juice at three times the price.
So my phone uses lithium and is rechargeable why not the AA's for my min-mag?
So what's the deal? Can we charge them up?
I have a couple of great "Streamlight 1L Twintask" LED flashlights that are very bright and durable, and they only run on one battery. They run on one 3 volt CR123 type battery, and I'm worried that come SHTF I will not be able to recharge them.
Does anyone know of CR123 batteries that are...