COAST 20818 HP3R Rechargeable Penlight

COAST Model: cosn20818
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Product Features & specs :

COAST 20818 HP3R Rechargeable Penlight

Details Features:
  • Universal Focusing Optic
  • Twist Focus
  • Rechargeable High: 245 lumen light output, 1 hour 30 minute runtime, 93 meter (305 ft.) beam distance
  • Rechargeable Low: 26 lumen light output, 6 hour runtime, 31 meter (101 ft.) beam distance
  • Alkaline High: 86 lumen light output, 2 hour runtime, 55 meter (180 ft.) beam distance
  • Alkaline Low: 10 lumen light output, 26 hour runtime, 19 meter (62 ft.) beam distance
  • Flex Charge Dual Power
What’s Included:
  • HP3R Rechargeable Penlight - 20818
Power Source
Cordless
Bulb Type
LED
Wifi compatibility
No
Batteries Included
0
Battery Type
Li-Ion
Bluetooth Compatibility
No
No. of Bulbs Required
1
Charger Included
Yes
Case Included
No
Lumens
245/26
Length
5.81 in.
Weight
0.11 lbs.
Warranty Term
Lifetime

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Everytime i plug the flashlight into the charger, the light comes on and stays on. It didn't used to do that. Why is it doing that now?
Adam S on Apr 20, 2017