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Review of 2 Ozark Trail flashlights


By:    Posted On: 2018-08-16
 

I have both the 100 lumens and the 200 lumens versions of this flashlight. I like both of them. They are made of metal and take a beating. The only real complaints I have is that the battery life could be better, and the 100 lumens one generally is always in my pocket and my keys over the years have scraped off a lot of the paint.

 The OT-200 Model

 The Ozark trail OT-200 has a hi-quality super strong aerospace-grade aluminum body with very tight built parts that do not hit against each other when shaken. The OT-200 lumens model has a beautiful pure white output beam. Ozark Trail did a nice job with this tough and durable product that has a micro-textured reflector for an extremely uniform beam pattern and its latest hi-end Cree LED. It will illuminate around 190 meters in the dark. One drawback of the this OT lite is it does not have the land yard hole or carry clip on it. There is a big soft rubber on/off click button in the rear of the light that I find easy to operate. This light meets ANSI FL1 standards, and its also made to resist impact of up to 1 meter. Battery life on the hi-setting is rated at 5 hours and 28 hours on the low setting.

 The OT 100 Model

 The Ozark Trail Flashlight, 100L, produces ample illumination and has an impressive 9.5-hour run time. Made from high-quality aerospace-grade aluminum, this tough and durable tool has a micro-textured reflector for an extremely uniform beam pattern. The bulb of the outdoor LED flashlight is designed to last a lifetime, and it can produce a beam distance of 91 meters. This light meets ANSI FL1 standards, and it also is made to resist the impact of up to 1 meter. The compact and portable design makes it easy to take with you anywhereThis flashlight seems to be manufactured for and only sold at Walmart.

·                     Ultra-bright LED flashlight technology

·                     Aircraft-grade aluminum

·                     Lifetime bulb

·                     100 lumens

·                     9.5-hour runtime

·                     91m beam distance

·                     1m impact resistance

·                     Tested to ANSI FL1 standards

·                     Requires 3 AAA batteries (included)

Overall

 

Overall these flashlights are well worth the modest costs that you will pay for them. Take them with you when you go camping and have one on hand for the next time the power goes out and you’ll be glad you did.

    


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