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[Amazon Canada] Qisc G700 Led Flashlight with 5 Modes and Zoom Function - $4.49 (Add on Item)

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[Amazon Canada] Qisc G700 Led Flashlight with 5 Modes and Zoom Function - $4.49 (Add on Item)

Update : Price has increased from $3.59 to $4.49 after the 10% discount. Someone mention that if you enter both codes, it will apply both codes to the order. You can give it a try since I'm not able to test it as I used one of the code already

Update : Sorry guys, it seems Amazon close the loophole and I believe you can only save 10% from the code now instead of saving $1 per item

First, credit should go to Bargain Barrels as the deal was post there about one week ago. If you don't need the 18650 battery, then you maybe able to find cheaper price from Aliexpress.

Now, there is a promotional code (33B4OB29) or (YF636SE5) to save 10% more. Tax is included from the price. By the way, although it doesn't say on the description, the one I received also include the "Clip Clamp" used to mount the flashlight on the bike, but the clamp is a little bit small for the flashlight, I don't know why it is included in the package.

Introductions: ● W-878 5000 Lumen 5 Modes Adjustable Focus Stretchable Flashlight with Battery Holder Black will bring you much convenience during your daily life. Pay attention to our new offer here. Aluminum alloy ensures its long endurance and high performance. It has 5 modes; you can randomly select your desired mode. 5000 lumen guarantees bright light, conveniently guiding your way. Moreover, this flashlight supports adjustable focus and stretchable advantages. This pocket-sized flashlight is convenient to carry wherever you go. Not miss the chance!

Specifications:
● Brand: Sky Wolf Eye
● Light Color: White
● Number of Emitters: 1
● Casing Color: Black
● Material: Aluminum Alloy
● Lumen: 5000 Lumens
● Power Supply: 1 x 18650 or 1 x 26650 or 4 x AAA Batteries (Not Included)
● Modes: 5
● Switch Type: Clicky
● Switch Location: Tailcap
● Strap/Clip: Strap Included
● Lens: Glass
● Adjustable Focus: Yes
● Dimensions: (5.39 x 1.38)" / (13.7 x 3.5)cm (L x Dia.)
● Weight: 5.15oz / 146g

Package Includes:
● 1 x Tactic 5000lm XM-L T6 Flashlight Torch
● 1 x AC Sigle Slot Charger
● 1 x 18650 3000mAh 3.7V Rechargeable Batery (inside the flashlight)
● 1 x Free AC Adapter

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Also $4 at Dollarama according to another thread.
This is about the price it can be had for elsewhere as well, so its nowhere near exclusive or best priced on this link only
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but this included 18650 battery. if its a decent battery that's a deal itself
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CrazyYoshi wrote:
Dec 6th, 2017 11:26 pm
but this included 18650 battery. if its a decent battery that's a deal itself
Oh yes, likely ultrafire or other no name battery. I love the smell of exploding lithium in the morning, far superior to napalm.
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Quentin5 wrote:
Dec 6th, 2017 11:39 pm
Oh yes, likely ultrafire or other no name battery. I love the smell of exploding lithium in the morning, far superior to napalm.
Exactly.

I had one supplier send me 'replacement batteries' since I complained that the included batteries wasn't up to their specifications on the package (I tested them with my MC3000 charger)... they sent me some 'UltraFire' batteries which were 'less than safe' that I couldn't even complete testing them! I think they were sending me a message!
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one double AA using flashlight is cheaper and easier to maintain. i hate AAA batteries.
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craftsman wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 12:33 am
Exactly.

I had one supplier send me 'replacement batteries' since I complained that the included batteries wasn't up to their specifications on the package (I tested them with my MC3000 charger)... they sent me some 'UltraFire' batteries which were 'less than safe' that I couldn't even complete testing them! I think they were sending me a message!
yeah, it seems the broader lessons of the exploding hoverboards was not learned :facepalm:
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Quentin5 wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 1:28 am
yeah, it seems the broader lessons of the exploding hoverboards was not learned :facepalm:
I would label the hoverboards a more of an edge case of the problem as it might have been the design of the battery packs (ie how they wrapped them, if they used temperature sensors...) may have been more of an issue than individual batteries. I would say that exploding e-cigs are more of a direct comparison as both use single 18650 batteries.
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craftsman wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 2:39 am
I would label the hoverboards a more of an edge case of the problem as it might have been the design of the battery packs (ie how they wrapped them, if they used temperature sensors...) may have been more of an issue than individual batteries. I would say that exploding e-cigs are more of a direct comparison as both use single 18650 batteries.
Huh?
Cheaply made low quality batteries combined with bad design means potential explosions.
This flashlight likely comes with a cheap battery and no temperature regulating circuitry in the light. Exactly what i was getting at.
Sometimes the chargers are not even proper lithium ion chargers, i have seen 5V USB li ion chargers that deliver 5V straight to the 3.7V battery, no CV/CC algorithm and overvolting them. Again another explosion risk. Ecigs also have the same problem with potential no name batteries and 5V chargers, though the risks are multiplied with multiple batteries, i would not discount single battery risks.
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For $5 it will probably do its job as a flashlight. Considering it comes with a charger and 18650 battery it is a pretty good deal.

I just can't get over their bogus marketing and claiming 5000lm on this. Its just not possible with a single 18650.
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I purchased a few from this seller and it does come with a 18650 PROTECTED. It also indicates on the battery itself. Comes with charger! Great deal.
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Quentin5 wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 2:47 am
Huh?
Cheaply made low quality batteries combined with bad design means potential explosions.
This flashlight likely comes with a cheap battery and no temperature regulating circuitry in the light. Exactly what i was getting at.
Sometimes the chargers are not even proper lithium ion chargers, i have seen 5V USB li ion chargers that deliver 5V straight to the 3.7V battery, no CV/CC algorithm and overvolting them. Again another explosion risk. Ecigs also have the same problem with potential no name batteries and 5V chargers, though the risks are multiplied with multiple batteries, i would not discount single battery risks.
What I was getting at was that when individual cells are wrapped together to form a pack, the potential problems multiple as the heat generated from a pack (either charging or discharging or even just sitting there sell discharging) may not be properly dealt with - the individual cells get too warm causing failure conditions (by going past the specifications of the cells themselves) as the temperature of the pack goes up. Individual cells used in standalone applications won't have to deal with 'contained' heat within a pack so then it just comes down to how well the individual cell is made rather than factoring in the pack design.
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Alvord wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 10:10 am
I purchased a few from this seller and it does come with a 18650 PROTECTED. It also indicates on the battery itself. Comes with charger! Great deal.
Do you mean it's written on the plastic wrapping of the cell OR do you see the actual tell-tail signs of a protection circuit (ie a pcb on the negative terminal, the thin metal strip from the negative to positive terminal...). If not, then it's most likely just the ink on the jacket that is providing the 'protection'.
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For your curiosity, here is the some picture of the battery.
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craftsman wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 1:39 pm
Do you mean it's written on the plastic wrapping of the cell OR do you see the actual tell-tail signs of a protection circuit (ie a pcb on the negative terminal, the thin metal strip from the negative to positive terminal...). If not, then it's most likely just the ink on the jacket that is providing the 'protection'.
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lcmt wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 4:54 pm
For your curiosity, here is the some picture of the battery.
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craftsman wrote:
Dec 7th, 2017 1:39 pm
Do you mean it's written on the plastic wrapping of the cell OR do you see the actual tell-tail signs of a protection circuit (ie a pcb on the negative terminal, the thin metal strip from the negative to positive terminal...). If not, then it's most likely just the ink on the jacket that is providing the 'protection'.

That is the exact battery. I too was worried about it being unsafe. So I charged the battery with the included charger, and checked the voltage of the battery every 30 minutes with a multimeter. Sure enough, it did stop charging when the light turned green. I measured the batteries voltage and it showed 4.18V. Definitely will buy again. Flashlight is solid and for this price, it’s a steal!

Does anyone know if it’s safe to put this in a car the entire year? Summer and winter?

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