180 Degree Flashlight - Original Case of 12

Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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2/13/2019 by Pete




10/25/2018 by Kirk

Not as bright as I thought it would be. But it did get the job done!



8/6/2018 by Steve

Definately is bright, but I am disappointed as to the distance it projects.


Quality Product

7/26/2018 by Kate

Bought this for a Christmas present. It did not bring squeals of joy. In fact, I don't think it has ever been used.



5/16/2018 by Valerie

Ok. It was bright, but I prefer a single beam.


Let there be light

1/11/2018 by Judith

When I first received this, I was so helped me see in my dark back yard while taking dog for her last walk of the night. However, lately it blinks and the light just is not as bright as it was.


ok but not ideal

10/10/2017 by eileen

I have thin fingers and still had trouble getting them through the elastic, I needed two hands to do it. Plus the elastic made removing the phone from my back pocket hard to do. I eventually removed it from my case and bought a stick-on swivel ring, which slides out of my pocket more easily.


Doesn't Last

8/9/2020 by Janet

Flashlight was very nice and bright at first. Sadly, this did not last. For the price I would expect this product to last at least a year, disappointing.


Disappointed with the amount of light

6/9/2018 by Jimbo

I was not impressed with the amount of light it put out. I was expecting more


Great product but NO battery life

11/20/2017 by Lauren

I love this idea.... I use it to walk my dog at night and the light it provides is beyond compare. Unfortunately, this flashlight absolutely EATS batteries. I use it for maybe 20 minutes maximum per day, and the batteries last less than a week.

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The TripleLite Story

Light It Up

The idea to create a wide beam flashlight was born when Ron Pritchett had a near-miss spill on the basement stairs. He was doing that back and forth motion with his flashlight to sweep light across the entire area in front him, and it caused him to miss a step and nearly fall.

He invented TripleLite to illuminate a 180 degree arc, which matches your field of vision. The curved design gives you major visibility, thanks to three carefully-arranged, ultra-bright LED bulbs. His smart, simple upgrade really was a bright idea.