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    1. Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm
    2. Nightstar Magnetic Force Flashlight
    $37.99
    3. Petzl E48P Zipka Plus Headlamp
    4. Smoke & CO Alarm
    $12.99
    5. Streamlight 65018 Stylus White
    $24.99
    6. Sony CFM-30TW AM/FM Radio Cassette
    7. TACTICAL LIGHTS - Type: 6 VOLT
    8. 1.2- Cu.-Ft. Fire Resistant Safe
    9. Combination Smoke & CO Alarm
    10. First Alert FCD1RCL Replacement
    $2.49
    11. Mag Instrument LM2A001 Replacement
    $32.99
    12. Streamlight 51001TT-2D2D-Cell
    $32.99
    13. Streamlight 51005 TT-2L 2-Cell
    14. Kidde 900-0056 Nighthawk Carbon
    15. ASP 53053 Sapphire Microlight,
    16.
    $29.99
    17. Streamlight 33202 ProPolymer 3C
    $149.99
    18. Brink's 5070 Digital Electronic
    19. First Alert SA302C Ultimate Series
    $10.49
    20. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster

    1. Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Digital Readout
    by Kidde Safety Products

    list price: $49.99
    Asin: B0000ESB99
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • 110 volt, AC power
    • Digital display
    • Peak level memory
    • 85 decibel alarm alert
    • Test/reset button

    2. Nightstar Magnetic Force Flashlight II
    by Applied Innovative Technologies

    list price: $44.95
    Asin: B00016WMYU
    Sales Rank: 4580
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Shaking end to end for 30 seconds provides more than 20 minutes of light.
    • No parts to burn out, break or replace.
    • Quickly pays for itself by not having to replace batteries or bulbs.
    • Waterproof, lightweight and high impact strength housing.
    • In total darkness, NightStar® illuminates a 12-foot diameter area from a distance of 50 feet.

    Reviews (10)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Dim LED, Wait for LED technology to improve
    The light works as stated and provides usable light for about 5 minutes after being shaken for 3 minutes.From about 5 min to 45 min, the light is extremely dim.After 45 min, I found the light output to be unsuitable.Handy as an emergency light.

    I went to my local camping store and found the item on sale for about the same price.
    You should probably go to your local outfitter and get some hands on experience with the light to determine if it meets your needs.

    I am dissapointed in the LED being used (standard 20 mW probably)as I have found a company, Lumileds, that makes high powered LED's (they use around 250 mW).Lumileds "star" product is Luxeon.Lumileds is a heavily leveraged company formed by Agilent and Philips.You can do the research on their website as to the different configurations: 1, 3, 5 W.I can only tell you that the battery powered 1-W Luxeon outshines the Shakelight so much that you can not even tell the Shakelight is turned on.

    Get this Shakelight or probably any other at this time only for novelty and emergency use.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The ultimate flashlight
    Obviously, you never have to replace batteries or bulbs, but here are my other favorite features:

    It's made of polycarbonate, aka LEXAN.That's right, the stuff they make bulletproof windows from.You could probably run over it with a tank and not break it.

    The switch is a magnetic reed switch, which is sealed from the environment (won't corrode) and is rated for over 1,000,000 cycles.

    The LED is rated for 100,000 hours of output, which is over 11 years.

    It FLOATS!

    Some other reviewers were dismayed by that fact that it doesn't shake itself.Yes, you do have to shake it -- this flashlight does not have magical properties, nor does it come with a person to shake it for you.If you are disabled, a weakling, or just plain lazy, it's probably not the flashlight for you.

    I've found that the easiest way to shake it is to hold it near your head with your elbow bent and your forearm vertical, like you're doing an "angry fist shake".

    2-0 out of 5 stars Neat, but not very practical
    Upon initial inspection I was impressed with this flashlight. It is very sturdy and would probably sustain multiple beatings. Obviously not as heavy duty as a maglight, but for something that is plastic it feels very solid. It would be a great tools for anyone needing a flashlight in an area where water or keeping batteries long term is an issue.

    That being said, it is not very practical. Shaking the light isn't so bad, but the power you get from it is nowhere near the claims made by the manufacturer. Indeed, you could probably get light out of a full charge for 5-10 mins, but after a minute or so it becomes so dim that you need to shake it again.

    After a year of use, I have come to the belief that these magnetic induction "shake" lights are a flawed technology. The amount of energy expended is obscene compared to the power gotten out of the light. A simple collapsable hand crank attached to a gearing system would produce tons more energy than this unit with very little effort.

    I would pass on these type of products and look at battery powered LED flashlights which last a lot longer and use less energy than traditional flashlight bulbs. ... Read more


    3. Petzl E48P Zipka Plus Headlamp
    by Petzl
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $37.95 -- our price: $37.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000EI9BG
    Sales Rank: 1710
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Requires 3 AAA batteries (included)
    • Burn times for the four light settings are: high - 80 hours, medium - 120 hours, low - 150 hours, strobe - 400 hours
    • Retractable headstrap can also be worn on wrist, wrapped around a pipe, or stand alone
    • Switch is recessed for protection and is ease of operation
    • Water resistant - won't short out even if submerged

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars perfect headlamp
    coolest strap system I've seen.fits easily in your pocket.

    at first I didn't think the angle was adjustable - but you effectively can by moving it up and down on your forehead.

    also - it can sit flat on the floor / ground with the light at a 45 degree angle.useful for a small area light.

    the light is bright and highly defused.favors lighting up a large area close to you as opposed to spotting at a distance.

    previously owned a princeton aurora - which was good, but I like this one a lot better.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Must have item.
    This thing is so small and light you can have one with you for any outdoor activity where you could get caught in the dark if things don't go perfectly.

    It works on your bare head, though not as well as one with straps, but it also works over helmets and hats, and it fits in any pocket.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Neat gadget...glad I didn't pay for it
    I got this headlamp as a birthday present and it's really quite nice for doing fine detail work where I need extra light.However, sometimes the 4 lights show up as 4 bright spots on the work if the work surface is shiny.It would be nice if the face was a diffuser instead of a clear plastic for my use.However, looking at the price, I would never have bought it for myself.It makes a great gift for someone who needs to do close up work like model building, etc. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Cordless Tools    2. Lights    3. (Volt)    4. (V)    5. Work Lights    6. (Jobsite Lights)    7. (Job Site)   


    4. Smoke & CO Alarm
    by Brk Brands

    list price: $44.99
    Asin: B0000CBJCE
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Double protection
    • Battery operated
    • Protects during a power outage
    • Permanent sensor
    • No special sensors to replace

    5. Streamlight 65018 Stylus White LED Pen Light
    by Streamlight
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $21.95 -- our price: $12.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFS5
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • 6.21" long
    • Ultra slim, waterproof, White LED pen light is visible from over a mile away
    • Black, aluminum body with ridged grip and pocket clip
    • Run time of up to 60 hours on 3 AAAA alkaline batteries, included in purchase
    • Weighs 1.1 ounces

    Reviews (7)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best penlight I've tried
    The ability to use AAAA-diameter cells from a relatively thrifty and very common Duracell 9V battery is nice, as AAAA standard cells aren't widely stocked. The surprisingly bright little LED draws more than a third of a watt (90mA) from fresh cells, and it shows colors much more vividly than standard incandescent flashlights do.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best $14 I ever spent!
    First, I've found all LED lights that make outragous claims of average battery life of dozens to hundreds of hours is either misleading or totally wrong... no matter what brand or where you bought them from. They either go totally dark in much less than half the rated time, or have gone too dim to even read large print with the light pressed closely to the page. To even get close to half the rated life, skip the alkalines, you must use expensive lithium or the highest capacity NiMi rechargables available on the planet.

    So they all lie about or misrepresent your actual battery life. I'm sure some of them, if you put the most expensive batteries in the world in them, run the light almost to their rated battery life, if you take them into a fully darkend room, & hold the light to your face, strain your eyes, you will find the LEDs are still glowing very faintly... but that's not useful light.

    I haven't found AAAA rechargables or lithiums, but you won't need them.

    This is the only LED light I ever found that doesn't give you bull on battery life. It uses a single LED & 3 AAAA alkaline batteries that can be obtained cheap from many sources. Slightly longer than an oridinary pen, I take it everywhere, & is always with me at work. As an engineer, I've used it several times daily for over 6 months with the original batteries. I thought it might be getting a little dimmer so recently put fresh batteries in it. Although it got brighter, not significantly, so I put the old batteries back in. This light just won't die. Lot's brighter than any keychain light, it's as useful as most big lights. It fell 14' from a ladder onto solid concrete, into puddles, snow, & got paint & glue on it. Using harsh chemicals & scraping to get all the paint & glue off, it still looks & works like brand new. I don't know what they used to paint that light with, but there's not a scatch on it anywhere... no dents yet either. Solid & durable. Your best light will be the one that works when you need it to, & is close at hand. Best $14 I ever spent!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very good pen light
    Streamlight Stylus is a very good pen light. It is surprisingly bright for a single-LED flashlight. And since it uses three AAAA sized batteries, the light won't go dead on you easily.

    Stylus has a light switch at the end of the body. The light burns as long as you keep the switch depressed. If you need to have your both hands free, you can twitch the endcap, so you have a constant on light. The body of the flashlight is very well made and durable, and the light switch has a good feel to it. Along with the light, you get a removable sleeve. When the sleeve is on, the light beam is narrower and more focused. If you need a wider beam, just remove the sleeve.

    My main gripe about the flashlight is that it is a bit too long. It will probably fit into your shirt pocket, but it is clearly longer than a typical pen. So, it is very uncomfortable to carry the light in your pants pocket, for example. If there were a Stylus that used only two batteries instead of three, I believe that would be a better penlight overall. And if you need a keychain -size flashlight, Stylus is naturally way too big for that application. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)    3. Work Lights    4. (Jobsite Lights)    5. (Job Site)    6. Camping Accessories   


    6. Sony CFM-30TW AM/FM Radio Cassette Recorder
    Electronics
    list price: $31.99 -- our price: $24.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006IS4E
    Sales Rank: 11331
    Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Full-range speaker produces rich sound
    • Convenient AM/FM/TV and weather band access
    • Compact portable design with a rugged case
    • Large tuning scale for easy tuning
    • Built-in microphone for making live recordings

    Reviews (5)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Nice Radio For The Money
    I own an older version of this radio and use it in my office. It has good reception and is a nice unit for the money. I have owned it for about 6 years with no complaints.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Rewind Defective
    I own this radio. My only disappointment is that it does not rewind my cassettes. The motor gears sound like they are slipping. I only used the rewind twice. Because I use this radio frequently, I have adapted to this defect by flopping the cassette around and pressing "fwd" in order to accomplish a rewind.

    2-0 out of 5 stars No headphone jack
    I was sadly surprised to discover when I opened the box that this radio cassette recorder has no headphone jack. I didn't know any company still made radios that way!It went back to the store. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. CFM30, CFM30TW, CFM3TW, CMF30    2. CFM30TW, CFM30wt, CFM30-TW, sone    3. CF-M30, CF-M30TW, tape recorder    4. tape player, cassette player, personal radio    5. personal cassette, fm/am, sonie, sonee, soney    6. Portable Audio Cassette Player (Personal Audiocassette, Audiotape, Tape)    7. Portable AMFM Radio (Personal AM-FM)    8. Weather Radio (Radios)    9. Accessories (Accessory)    10. Clock Radio (Radios)   


    7. TACTICAL LIGHTS - Type: 6 VOLT SYSTEMS-MOSSBERG 500 & 590
    by SURE-FIRE


    Asin: B0000BYP1B
    Sales Rank: 66230
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    8. 1.2- Cu.-Ft. Fire Resistant Safe
    by Sentry Group

    list price: $164.99
    Asin: B0000CBJAY
    Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • UL classified
    • 1-hour fire protection up to 1700 F
    • 1.20 Cu. Ft.
    • $15,000 fire loss insurance
    • 2 multi-position shelves

    Reviews (1)

    2-0 out of 5 stars expensive paper weight
    I was quite disappointed to find out, when the safe arrived, that the actual weight was only 99lbs. The reason for purchasing this safe was because it had the listed 'shipping weight' of 137lbs. I was looking for a safe that was heavy enough to not require bolting to the floor. If I would have known the actual weight and the fact that it didn't come with anchor bolts...I would have purchased the Brink's 5067D Digital Fire Safe. It comes with optional anchor bolts, a digital key pad, is about $30 cheaper, PULS --it has FREE SHIPPING!!!

    Looks like i'm stuck with a 99lb $211 paper weight! ($46 shipping!) ... Read more


    9. Combination Smoke & CO Alarm


    Asin: B0000ESMF2
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Battery operated with a low battery indicator
    • Included are 3 "AA" batteries
    • Not available for sale in Oregon
    • Test/retest button
    • Voice warning sounds to designate a fire or Carbon Monoxide warning

    10. First Alert FCD1RCL Replacement Sensor for Carbon Monoxide Detector
    by First Alert
    Tools & Hardware

    Asin: B00002N5WJ
    Sales Rank: 3433
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Fits First Alert detector
    • Replacement sensor

    Subjects:  1. Electrical    2. Alarms & Detectors    3. Carbon Monoxide Detectors   


    11. Mag Instrument LM2A001 Replacement Lamp for AA & AAA Mini MagLite (2-Pack)
    by Mag Instrument
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $3.38 -- our price: $2.49
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004U4N5
    Sales Rank: 2791
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Vacuum sealed
    • Extremely bright
    • Extends battery life
    • Two lamps per pack

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Watch-out for similar products (non-Maglite)
    MAGLITE model#LM2A001 2-Cell AA is an excellent match for your mini Maglite Flashlight. Watch out for products claiming to work such as Rayovac 2-T1AAA they are suppose to be compatible with both the double A and triple A configuration. Guesse what... they burn out quickly!
    Wal-Mart list price is $1.57 as of 1/21/05. You get two in a pack. Part # 107-000-396.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works
    Plug it in and turn it on, wow so easy why did i wait so long to fix this thing?

    5-0 out of 5 stars Durable, Bright Little Bulbs
    I put one of these in my old MiniMag after the original bulb burned out.I do believe these are a little "hotter" than the one that was in the flashlight when I bought it ten years ago.I have fumbled the flashligh several times while it was on and the fall did not break the filament.These will brighten up your little light; for you life, consult the "personal development" book section! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


    12. Streamlight 51001TT-2D2D-Cell Twin-Task Flashlight
    by Streamlight
    Tools & Hardware (30 May, 2003)
    list price: $59.95 -- our price: $32.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008VE4G
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • 2.2" D x 8.35" L
    • 10 LED/Xenon bulb combination flashlight offers super brightness and long run times
    • Constructed of black machined aluminum with knurled grip and push button switch
    • Two D alkaline batteries provide up to 80 hours of run time for the LEDs and up to 9.5 hours for the xenon bulb
    • Weighs 1.39 pounds

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Well worth the price
    Like a lot of people who will be looking at this light, I am a long time user of Mag lights. They are bull tough and well made.Well, this light is made even better, and the handle section offers a much more positive grip than a Mag (it even has a lanyard on the end). The Xenon light is brighter than my Mag of equivalent batteries - it does not, however, have near the range of focus that a Mag does.That isn't a huge problem as any 2 D cell is better used for fairly close work anyway.Leave the long distance spot for the 6 cell. There is plenty of light for lighting up a trail or barn. The Xenon will light up reflective trail markers for at least 200 feet, much further than you're likely to be able to see through brush or trees.

    As far as the LED portion of the light goes, I am very pleased.The switch has three lighting positions - 5 LED, 10 LED, and the Xenon, in that order.Under fifteen feet or so, there isn't much brightness difference noticeable between the 5 and the 10, but you can really see a change past that.On ten LEDs, the light is useful up to about 40 feet, more if you happen to be in a cave.Most of the time, I just use the 5 LEDs as I generally only need something for under 15 feet.This light will be great for catfishing - switch it to 5 LEDs and just leave it on so it's handy and doesn't get lost on the ground.And 5 LEDs are all you'll need to walk the most darkened trail.Battery life is long enough not to worry about running them down when using the LEDs.

    One little problem I have is with the lanyard.It's attached with a split ring to a permanently attached point on the base.It is not very stable to stand on end with the lanyard in place - it will do it, just tip easy.However, you can remove the lanyard from the ring and reinstall differently to make it easier to remove.During a power failure, it's nice to have a flashlight that can be stood up on its end.This one doesn't have the Mag's candle feature, but with ten LEDs bouncing off a white ceiling, it will give good emergency lighting for a room or used in a tent.Of course, the lanyard also gives you the ability to hang it overhead, which is difficult with a Mag.

    All in all, this is a worthwhile step up from a 2 D Mag, even at twice the price.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great flashlight, some minor problems
    I bought this flashlight in November of 2003. My intention was to purchase a high quality flashlight that would last a long time and I believe the Streamlight fits my requirements nicely. The construction is patterned after Mag-Lite's series of flashlights and is very solid. I have not been able to scratch the anodized casing.

    The LEDs are very bright and can be turned on 5 at a time or all 10 at a time. Usually, 5 is enough for anything I need to do. The xenon-bulb is unfortunately not particularly bright. It's comparable to a Mag-Lite but not to some of the other high-power lithium-battery flashlights that you can buy. There is a rotating lens that can focus the beam but it only really works for the xenon bulb. For the LEDs, the lens only changes the beam from reasonably concentrated to very diffuse.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight 51001 TT-2D 2D-Cell Twin-Task Flashlight
    I love this one. The Xenon bulb is not particularly effective, the flashlight is heavy,
    and you need up to 3 clicks to turn it on/off. I still love it. It is so much
    fun walking home from work [3 miles] in dark winter nights. I used
    it all winter with the same batteries, the Xenon bulb is barely visible, but
    the LEDs keep going. It's not only fun-fun-fun, but if I were ever attacked,
    I am sure it would be as effective to defend myself as an uzi if not better.

    I have the "titanium" version and it looks like a piece of [industrial] art.
    It is superbly made. I had one minor problem with it and customer support
    sent me the replacement part immediately. ... Read more


    13. Streamlight 51005 TT-2L 2-Cell Lithium Twin-Task Flashlight
    by Streamlight
    Tools & Hardware (30 May, 2003)
    list price: $49.95 -- our price: $32.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008VE4O
    Sales Rank: 3332
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • 1.34" D x 5.43" L
    • 3 LED/Xenon bulb combination lithium battery powered flashlight offers super brightness
    • Constructed of black machined aluminum with knurled grip and push button switch
    • Two 3-volt lithium batteries provide up to 28 hours of run time for the LEDs and over 2 hours for the xenon bulb
    • Weighs .337 pounds

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great flashlight, just as described, but not a SureFire
    If you've ever used a SureFire, you'd know they're superior. Don't be fooled by the Lumen and Candlepower measurements; it's different for every manufacturer. The military uses SureFire, not Streamlight, so SureFire's measurements need to be more accurate. Side by side there is no comparison.

    Nonetheless, this Streamlight is very bright in Xenon mode, and surprisingly bright in LED mode. It's no spotlight, but it's suitable for most normal tasks. Also, the lower price, selection between LED and Xenon, longer runtime, and adjustable beam definitely make it worth having at least one of these. Keep one in your glove compartment! Ladies, keep one in your purse! Possibly bright enough to stun an attacker, but I'd rather have a SureFire for that.

    Seems very rugged and well made. A little bigger than I expected, but not that much. Also, one thing that's not specified is how the flashlight switches between LED and Xenon--using the same button, it switches On(LED)->Off->On(Xenon)->Off and repeat. Also, the "momentary signal" feature (pressing the switch slightly, but not all the way) is opposite of Mag Lite; it only lets you turn it OFF momentarily while the light is ON. However, this flashlight is simply way better and brighter than any Mag Lite (unless you want a giant club for safety).

    Finally, even though the "Titanium" colored one (51015) looks black in the pictues, it's completely silver colored. Very light silver color at that.

    Enjoy!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Value For Dual Xenon & LED
    It's not the Best in each class but the Best of the Twin-Mode task lights in the below $30 Class ! I second the opinions of other reviewers and add these observations: 1- Exceptionally high quality build & finish in it's price class 2- It stands on it's end for 'Ceiling-bounce' lighting as well as symetrical 'hang-ability' thanks to a nice lanyard. Just for fun, I sometimes brush my teeth at night with just the Streamlight 51005 TT-2L on &in LED mode- making it an ideal emergency and camping light. 3- For inspection of darker spaces or for longer distances at night(20 Meters / 60 feet) , the Xenon Mode is Very Very good 4- An excellent value for Soldier or Civilian 5-It fits nicely in a headband strap for middle-weight hands free lighting. Small Negative Complaints include: Annoying Mode switch requires that you step through from 'Off' to (Next Mode). A nice improvement would be to seperate On/Off from Mode -for a set once, use often-prefered mode setting.A narrower focusing head and stochastic reflector would make this an unbeatable all -around task light. Titanium construction would cut weight by 30%

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome, One Of The Best Flashlights Out There
    This Streamlight Flashlight has 72 lumens(little over 43,000 candle power)of brightness, Last 2.5 hours with full brightness and 28 hours with the 3 LEDs when Surefire flashlights come with 65 lumens(39,000 candle power) of brightness, 1 hour of use and no optional LEDs(and never will, streamlight has a patent on there dual LED/xenon flashlights). The price is also great for this flashlight and much cheaper than Surefire. I use this flashlight for everything, I just gave one to my nephew for his birthday, he is an Explorer for San Fernando P.D. and he loved it, especially the two choices of brightness for different situations. The only thing that is true about this great flashlight is the adjustable beam does not work that good but the light does not even need adjusting it is perfect the way it is. Surefire does not even offer this feature but both lights have the same style light beam. I also own a Streamlight rechargeable Ultra Stinger and I could not be more happier with this flashlight, it has 75,000 candle power(the power of this light is incredible) and a adjustable floodlight that does work very well. I think Surefire flashlights are a little over rated for the price they charge. If you want a good quality flashlight that is just as good as Surefire if not better than get a Streamlight for half or more off the price than a Surefire.
    I have looked all over the internet for the best price on 3 volt lithium batteries and Surefire does offer the best deal(surprised) 12 3-volt lithium batteries for $15.00 at www.surefire.com . The 2nd best deal is on www.Ebay.com . ... Read more


    14. Kidde 900-0056 Nighthawk Carbon Monoxide Alarm
    by Kidde
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $60.00
    Asin: B00002N5Z3
    Sales Rank: 6566
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

    Features

    • Digital read-out from 30-999 PPM warns of even low carbon monoxide levels
    • Updated digital reading every 2-1/2 minutes lets you see if levels change
    • Never needs recalibration
    • Advanced long-life state-of-the-art sensor
    • Peak level memory display shows highest CO reading since unit was last reset

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Lifesaver!
    We've had our detector four years, always showed the low reading of zero.Then, in the middle of the night one night it awoke my wife and I to display very high readings of carbon monoxide.We called the fire department which investigated to discover a problem with our furnace. They said if we didn't have it we might have died.

    5-0 out of 5 stars This detector saved our lives!
    We had two CO detectors in the home, this one and another brand's battery operated one.The Nighthawk always went off and my parent's always ignored it.Finally, one Sunday, without my parents permission (I was in my 20's), I called the fire department to have them check it out.Our levels were so high that the fire department said that got an instant headache when they walked in.At times our levels were well over 300.Please get one...Co is the SILENT killer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works perfectly
    I work at a truck shop where noxious fumes can sometimes make you sick. In the office we have this detector and it gives you that extra security in case the carbon monoxide level gets to high. It has gone off a couple oftimes, and you wouldn't even of known there was a problem otherwise.Basically this product works great, and I just wanted to let everyone knowabout it. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Electrical    2. Alarms & Detectors    3. Carbon Monoxide Detectors   


    15. ASP 53053 Sapphire Microlight, Red
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $17.99
    Asin: B00008K2T9
    Sales Rank: 7660
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Made in the USA
    • Brilliant blue crystal
    • Visible over 1-mile
    • Can be clipped to keys, jacket, or purse
    • Battery and crystal guaranteed for life

    Reviews (3)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Super little caving light
    Having had numerous flashlights for my caving adventures, I can say this is a great little light. Not powerful little fellow. I have had 3 of these and they can clip to pretty much anything, keychains, purses, backpacks and helmets. I have had mine clipped to my helmet so I had one in easy reach whenmy other 'bigger' lights were hooked to my camos and are submerged in water or mud. These do not like water, but do not say water, something I should have known, my bad! My only complaint and reason for 4 stars is that the clips are made of plastic, heavy duty, but still plastic.I have given 3 as gifts, great card stuffers, and each person still has theirs in working condition.So maybe I am harsh on mine, they do get bumped in the caves.I do plan to buy more, so the plastic issue is not that bad.These are great for any purpose, enjoy.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Super little caving light
    Having had numerous flashlights for my caving adventures, I can say this is a great little light. Not powerful little fellow. I have had 3 of these and they can clip to pretty much anything, keychains, purses, backpacks and helmets. I have had mine clipped to my helmet so I had one in easy reach whenmy other 'bigger' lights were hooked to my camos and are submerged in water or mud. These do not like water, but do not say water, something I should have known, my bad! My only complaint and reason for 4 stars is that the clips are made of plastic, heavy duty, but still plastic.I have given 3 as gifts, great card stuffers, and each person still has theirs in working condition.So maybe I am harsh on mine, they do get bumped in the caves.I do plan to buy more, so the plastic issue is not that bad.These are great for any purpose, enjoy.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Super little caving light
    Having had numerous flashlights for my caving adventures, I can say this is a great little light. Not powerful little fellow. I have had 3 of these and they can clip to pretty much anything, keychains, purses, backpacks and helmets. I have had mine clipped to my helmet so I had one in easy reach whenmy other 'bigger' lights were hooked to my camos and are submerged in water or mud. These do not like water, but do not say water, something I should have known, my bad! My only complaint and reason for 4 stars is that the clips are made of plastic, heavy duty, but still plastic.I have given 3 as gifts, great card stuffers, and each person still has theirs in working condition.So maybe I am harsh on mine, they do get bumped in the caves.I do plan to buy more, so the plastic issue is not that bad.These are great for any purpose, enjoy. ... Read more

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    16.


    Asin: B0000V0A6I
    Sales Rank: 24386
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    17. Streamlight 33202 ProPolymer 3C Flashlight with 10 Ultra Bright White LEDs
    by Streamlight
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $54.95 -- our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFS9
    Sales Rank: 356
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 8.55 inches long
    • Alkaline flashlight containing 10 ultra bright White LEDs with clip and tailcap switching.
    • Constructed of yellow, waterproof, non-conductive thermoplastic, Class 1 Div 1 listed
    • Run time of up to 336 hours on 3 C alkaline batteries
    • Weighs 13.5 ounces

    Reviews (9)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor performer underwater/ NOT shock resistant
    I bought one of these lights to work underwater and the seals failed filling the battery compartment with water. Streamlight replaced it, but when dropped from 4 feet to a carpeted floor it failed..replacement LED is 37.95 with shipping and replacement Streamlight 3C LED can be had for $39.00 so...I am tossing the Streamlight 3C LED in trash can and taking the loss...Sorry, but this item is not reliable, durable, or dependable..such a surprise for a company with such a good rep

    5-0 out of 5 stars Once you've had LED you'll never go back.
    This thing puts out an amazing amount of light and the batteries last forever.I keep one in the trunk of every car I own (3).

    3-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight 33202 LED 3C NOT Waterproof
    Everything said about this flashlight is spot on except for the fact that after using underwater in less than 10 feet, the battery compartment leaked and the batteries turned to rusted mush. So much for the claims of being waterproof!!! Otherwise a really nice flashlight but not the rugged competitor it claims to be...
    So far have not heard from the manufacturer about servicing the warranty...will let you know ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)    3. Work Lights    4. (Jobsite Lights)    5. (Job Site)    6. Camping Accessories   


    18. Brink's 5070 Digital Electronic Anti-Theft Wall Safe
    by Brink's Home Security
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $199.95 -- our price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006I4Y9
    Sales Rank: 1163
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Made of solid heavy gauge steel - door, frame and walls; dual live bolts in door; internal pry-proof hinge
    • Brink's Home Security Brand - A Trusted name in Security Since 1859
    • Burglary resistant Anti-Theft Wall Safe
    • .43 cu ft of storage capacity - designed to fit in standard 2x4 construction with studs 16" on center
    • Digital electronic locking system with user programmable combination; emergency over-ride key

    Reviews (5)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Very rough opening mechanism
    You'll need to be pretty strong to open and close the locking mechanism.Poor design in my opinion.

    Also, not as roomy as I had hoped.

    2-0 out of 5 stars poor quality, terrible customer service
    Very rough operation of lock mechanism. Bottom shelf is almost unusable because of the position of locking mechanism. I attempted to contact the customer service dept. listed on the enclosed warranty sheet. The 1-800-number listed on the warranty
    sheet referred me to a 10-10- number, which was a directory who
    gave me the no. of Sisco. I received my phone bill today and found the directory charged me $5.98 to give me the Brinks customer service no. So what do you think of a manufacturer who

    gives you a phony 800 no. which refers you to an outfit which charges you $5.98 to give you their phone no.? This,along with a poorly designed, poor quality product. I will never buy anything
    from Brinks again. I don't think too much of Amazon for dealing with Brinks. BTW I sent an e-mail to their customer service dept.
    Of course I have never received an answer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to install and use
    This safe is extremely easy to install and use. I own this safe and agree that it would be very hard to remove. You secure it with heavy screws from the inside that go into the wall studs. A thief would need to know your combination before they could remove it. In fact we just moved and I'm about to order another one for our new house. ... Read more


    19. First Alert SA302C Ultimate Series Smoke Alarm
    by First Alert
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $44.99
    Asin: B000066OC9
    Sales Rank: 1436
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Patent-pending rear-mounted sensor placement for efficient smoke detection
    • Both photoelectric and ionization sensors for detection of smoldering and flaming fires
    • Patented IR remote control technology for hassle-free silencing and testing
    • 9-volt battery included
    • The convenience of patent-pending "low battery trouble" silence feature

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A smoke detector that's easy to use
    Up until now I've only lived in houses with the usual smattering of random low-end smoke detectors.This smoke detector puts all of them to shame.

    Installation is incredibly easy.The smoke detector separates from the base with a light twist (not the usual yanking or bending that always has me convinced I'm about to break the thing).The mounting base is really light, which is nice when your standing on a chair and pressing it to the ceiling above your head.There are two long channels for placing the two screws that hold it up, which gives you a decent amount of error margin.If you're replacing an existing smoke detector, sometimes you can even use both original holes.

    First Alert also put some thought into battery replacement.The battery compartment is a dedicated slot that swings out from the side.It's easy to open and close and keyed so it won't close properly if you put the battery in backwards.Although the battery is a standard 9V, the smoke detector uses pressure clips (like you'd find with AAs) rather than the standard snap-in design which requires more forcing.

    The remote silencer/test feature is great.Basically you hold down the volume or channel controls from your TV remote to silence or test the detector.This makes this smoke detector ideal for kitchens and rooms with high ceilings since you can silence it without having to get out a stool.

    One drawback of the remote feature is that if you have a bedroom or kitchen with a TV in it, you probably shouldn't buy this smoke detector for that room.Before we installed them, I had the detectors on a side table in the living room and managed to accidentally set off their test modes while using the remote to operate the TV.

    If you're buying the smoke detector for use in a house you plan to rent out, you might be concerned that all these convenience features will make it too easy for your tenants to disable the detectors.First Alert solved this problem by providing two locking pins: one for the battery compartment and one for the twist-off base.These pins are installed and removed with a pair of pliers.Of course installing the locking pins makes the smoke detector harder to use.

    As one of the other reviewers commented, this smoke detector doesn't look like the picture on this page.Go to First Alert's web site if you want to see an accurate picture.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best dual sensor smoke alarm
    This is supposed to be one of the best rated dual sensor smoke detectors on the market. I have 5 of them.

    The image shown here is either an old version or just the wrong version. In actuality, these detectors are much better looking. they are actually very round or domed. They also are rather tall, hanging lower from the ceiling than some. I don't mind since they don't look bad and they're rated well. You should check First Alerts website if you want to see what these really look like and haven't seen them.

    The other detector that is rated similar to this is a Kidde Nighthawk brand. But it's reported to have more false alarms so I went with this one. I like the looks of this First Alert better, but that's just my opinion.

    The photoelectric sensor uses a beam of light that sets off the alarm when broken by smoke. hence the term "smoldering". The ionization sensor is for the detection of flaming fires.

    I think you'd have less time to react if the flames are already shooting that's why I like the idea of having a photoelectric cell. If a small fire starts, some smoke would be given off and set off the alarm before it got really big giving you hopefully more of a warning and more time. At least that's what I believe.

    If this is in the kitchen as is mine and if you cook without a range hood drawing the smoke this detector would go off. If you toast on the dark side without a range hood pulling some smoke the detector would go off. I don't think of those as false alarms I think it's a testement to the sensitivity of the photoelectric detector which I like.

    The alarm is quite loud. In the event I toast or cook and inadvertently don't have my range hood on and the alarm goes off I just twist the detector out of its base and put it on the counter until I'm done venting the smoke. And that smoke by the way, is barely perceptible with the eye, which is a testament to the sensitivity of this smoke detector.

    Installation is a piece of cake. Battery replacemnent is equally simple. Actually more simple. There's a little door you open and pop the battery into while the detector is installed. You don't have to pull it down. although, it's just a simple twist to remove.

    Also, you can test the detector with any TV remote. You can shut it off with a remote as well but I just use the external button for both.

    I'm very pleased with these, as I stated I have 5. I bought them all through Amazon at different times and had no trouble with shipping. They came fast, were packed well and I feel a bit more comfortable having them up.

    5-0 out of 5 stars late shipping
    I placed this order Dec 30, 2002. Your ad says "usually shipped within 1 to 2 weeks. And you just keep putting my order back and putting it back. With no explaination as to why. I am sorely dissapointed in the handling of this order. The other time we ordered the very same item we received it in a timely manner. I don't know if I will use you again. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Alarms & Detectors    2. Electrical    3. Smoke Alarms   


    20. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster AA Combo Pack Flashlight
    by Mag Instrument
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $18.45 -- our price: $10.49
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    Asin: B00002N6SN
    Sales Rank: 640
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High intensity adjustable light beam
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
    • Spare lamp in the tail cap

    Reviews (7)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not quite the classic everybody makes it out to be.
    Yeah, yeah.Everybody buys these Mini Maglites.Everybody says they're the benchmark, but I disagree, having owned one a number of years and having had time to document it's failings.For one thing, mine simply quit working recently, and when I visited the Maglite website, I learned that returning it under the warranty would cost more in shipping than it would cost to buy a new flashlight.How irritating.My solution was to toss the thing in the trash, and what a pity, as the quality of construction is quite good, notwithstanding the broken switch.But that brings me to my second point: the switch.This is the twist-on/off kind.Do you tend to carry a flashlight in your pack?In your pocket?Then avoid this model.The jostling that occurs during routine movement tend to turn the light on, a bit of a hassle when you're in the middle of nowhere only to find your light has turned itself on and exhausted the batteries.Now if only the manufacturer would adopt the same kind of push-button switch as on the larger models, and perhaps change the bulb to LEDs, then this model would be perfect rather than merely dated.A better bet is to pick up one or two cheap plastic Rayovacs at the hardware or discount store--better switch, comparable durability.

    5-0 out of 5 stars When buying a flashlight, check out the Mini Mag first!
    I have had a 2AA cell Mini Maglite for several years now. Through this time, I have dropped it a lot, but each time, the only damage is scratches. It is so durable that you can just throw it on the ground purposely and it will not be obliterated! The holster is a nice addition so that you can have easy acces when you are in a tight situation.
    The candle feature is very useful, especially for camping (or night reading). Also, it is water proof! I never have to worry while using it in the rain.
    Overall, this product is very useful. With its size and capabilities, it prooves worthy to be owned by anyone, no matter what there job is. Note: Another good Mag product is the 4D cell light.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Universal Light
    The first one I had was black, just like Model-T. Being dark and inside my dark overalls pocket, I forgot about it until it fell. It fell couple more times since. It is still working. It is a good size to go inside the tool box permanently. The size is also small enough to go inside where only your hand can reach. Sometimes in my line of work in seismic oil exploration I need to do come cabling, the Mini helps to get the connection right.

    Bought a few more Mag lights since the first one, seeing as it is tough and rain proof. But when I travel it is the Mini that comes along instead of the Mag Solitaire because the AA size batteries is the most universally available battery you can find in most countries.

    Torch (flashlight to you guys in US) is like penknives, tend to need it in an emergency. So one lives with the Leatherman, one in the car glove box, the old one still in the tool box.

    Yeah, I have held the torch in my lips too in the past but now recommend a headband by Nite Ize to turn it into a headlamp. Another item worth considering if you go hiking a lot is the Nite Ize "Pock-its". This is a holster for Mini Mag Light and Leatherman, spare batteries. ... Read more

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