What happens when you bring Gerber innovation to lighting? The result is the new Omnivore flashlight with patent-pending multi-battery functionality. Just pick your battery! Choose a AA, AAA or CR123 and drop it in for a beaming bright, white light. A .7-watt L.E.D. is protected by an aircraft-grade aluminum housing with lanyard hole to tether it close by. One AA battery included.
Love this flashlight but did the mistake of letting a friend use it while working on my truck and he lost it in the fan compartment and did not tell me. It was beat by my fan several times and was in the dead of winter cold cold nights and when I got it out it does not work!!! I miss it, after owning it for 4 years with hardly able to scratch it , been the best flashlight I have ever had and I have had almost every kind of flashlight there is.
I just wish it was replaceable like the tools!!! :(
Lasted 6 months and totally failed.
i used this flashlight as an edc for four years. it has held ip to everything i have thrown at it and thrived. i have depended on it to show me the way at work above and below houses, and to guide me up peaks in my spare time. a solid buy no matter the use
This is a great idea but also needs a socket for 9v batteries - too many of them become useless for their device and have remaining juice that could be used up in a flashlight like this. A simple exterior 9v connection would do (with cover for when not-in-use).
Handy for camping or for looking for things. Battery interchangeabilty allows for use where ever, when ever and convinient to replace battery runs out. Brightness is descent, but doesn't shine to far. Overall strong and useful.Would be alot better if came with red amd blue lens covers.
Like the ability to use different batteries, but dont like that I can not put a red light filter in this light. And, I am not finding an accessory to add a colored light filter over the end of the light beam. Tactical FAIL