As we all know, there are a lot of reasons that someone might need a flashlight. Personally, I really enjoy camping, hunting, and fishing. A flashlight is essential for a camping trip, and it is also very useful on overnight fishing trips on the river. There are also many occasions that call for a flashlight at home for those who do not get out and camp much. The Interstate 900 Lumen LED Rechargeable Flashlight is a great lighting solution for anyone seeking a quality piece of kit for just about any need.

The Interstate 900 Lumen LED Rechargeable Flashlight comes with two lithium-ion batteries and an AC charger. The flashlight is slender and has a slight heft to it that makes it seem very durable. The body of the light consists of aluminum with a tough black finish. The light features several different modes including high, medium, and low beam, as well as a strobe light and SOS signal. The brightness of the high beam is very powerful and far-reaching. A great feature of this light is the steel clip. When using this light for activities that involve both hands, it is nice to be able to clip it on to your clothes.

Over the summer, I spent a lot of time fishing at the river, and this light was great to have with me. When checking bank poles, this light could easily reach across the river and illuminate my lines. I was also able to clip it onto myself and use my hands to bait lines and remove fish easily at night. The flashlight proved to be quite durable during my fishing trips, too. It handled being tossed into my kayak repeatedly and getting covered with sand and other grit without a hiccup. The battery life is good as well. I was able to take it out on several trips without having to juice it up again, and the rechargeable batteries never failed me. I recommend checking the battery power before you go on a trip of course, but I have never had a problem. I also camp out a lot throughout the year, and, in the past, I have brought some sub-par flashlights with me. Many campers know that it is not fun waking up to the call of nature and following a dull, feeble light through the dark woods, hoping it won’t quit on you. With the Interstate 900 Lumen LED Rechargeable Flashlight , this will no longer be a problem.

The suggested retail price for this flashlight is $79.99 and is available at Interstate All Battery Centers. When you consider the money you will save on batteries and the great quality of this product, it is a very good buy. This light will hold up to rough use, and it is very bright and convenient to carry with the clip. I would especially recommend this product for those of you who spend a lot of times outdoors. Campers and fishermen can’t go wrong with this flashlight.

Quality

This is a well-made and tough product. The various light modes make it a great flashlight for any use. The rechargeable batteries and the clip put this flashlight above the rest. In short, the quality of this flashlight is excellent.

Reliability

There should be no worries about this light getting damaged or malfunctioning. I was by no means gentle with this flashlight while field-testing it, and I never had one problem. The batteries never completely died on me. This flashlight will make it through whatever you want to put it through.

Price/Value

The suggested retail price of this flashlight is $79.99. There are a cheaper flashlights out there, but as they say, you get what you pay for. In addition, a cheaper light typically does not come with reliable rechargeable batteries and a charger. When you factor in the amount saved on batteries, this light is actually a good price.

Referability

I’d happily recommend this to anyone seeking a well-made and reliable flashlight.

This article was produced in partnership with Interstate Batteries.

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2 thoughts on “Interstate Batteries 900 Lumen LED Rechargeable Flashlight

  1. Andrew: I do astronomy and sometimes when setting up or taking down my equipment I need a small flashlight, would you recommend this light? Does it have a red filter so I do not ruin my night vision?

    1. 900 lumens is a searchlight… you would be best off with something that tops out at a couple hundred lumens for that sort of duty. Think about a headlamp, free up your hands!

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