Drop Aluminum AAA Flashlight

Drop Aluminum AAA Flashlight

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Product Description
Since launching our original Drop Brass AAA flashlight, we’ve been able to create other versions thanks to your support. And now we’re back with another: the Drop Aluminum AAA Flashlight Read More
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Drop+Flashlights
17
Nov 13, 2019
Is this flashlight waterproof?
Dodge223
Dec 13, 2019
I’ve washed mine in pants twice now and it still works? Maybe I just got lucky... I mean it says IPX-8 waterproof too!
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Drop+Flashlights
17
Nov 13, 2019
Which LED option is better?
ChasB
10
Dec 15, 2019
I prefer the CREE XP3 for its brighter and whiter light.
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Drop+Flashlights
17
Nov 13, 2019
Does this flashlight have a strobe mode?
Treksamurai
3
Dec 13, 2019
No
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How are the different brightness levels cycled through? The light comes with instructions stating a 'press' will cycle the light modes and a 'click' will turn the light on and off. This is the 2nd flashlight I have recieved that only cycles the brightness when 'clicking' the light on and off. Meaning its click on (low) - click off - on (med) - off - on (high) - off- repeat. No amount of finessing, no matter how lightly/hard I press, no duration, whether on the center or perimeter, nothing I can do to the button will cycle through the power levels with the light on. I've waited hours for the capacitor to charge, I've used multiple new batteries, I've tried varying levels of end-cap tightness- I have yet to, even a single time, cycle through the light modes without turning the flashlight on and off. What is this mystical 'press' the instructional sheet speaks of? Is this the normal function of the flashlight? Am I getting lemons? Are the instructions incorrect? Am I misunderstanding 'press' and 'click'? Thanks for any help.
RAM_MONZO
4
Jun 22, 2020
I read the same thing regarding pressing and clicking. There are three modes to cycle through, each that require clicking between on & off to get to the next. Unfortunately, I'm going with the instructions are incorrect.
Retarer
12
Mar 27, 2020
Does anyone else have a problem with the switch stopping to operate?
RescueMike
0
Apr 4, 2020
mine has worked fine. When infirst put the batteries in, I had a few problems, however, after a few minutes, the problem disappeared.