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Larson Electronics spotlight #12470927
10/19/17 10:58 AM
10/19/17 10:58 AM
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Southville TX
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Deja vue Offline OP
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Southville TX
I was wondering if anyone on here has their 15 million candlepower rechargable spotlight, and if so how well pleased are you with it. I understand they make a really durable light but the price has me on the fence. Thanks in advance.


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Re: Larson Electronics spotlight [Re: Deja vue] #12470944
10/19/17 11:35 AM
10/19/17 11:35 AM
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The issue I have with rechargeable (cordless) spotlights is their weight. Trying to operate a boat and aim a heavy weight gets old real quick.

I have several...and seem to always go back to my Brinkman MaxMillion corded spotlight. I can't outrun the beam, even at 50 mph.

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