These are $6.99 each.....seems a better deal buying 3 plus shipping would be SUBTOTAL:$20.97 SALES TAX:$0.00 SHIPPING:$14.97 TOTAL:$35.94
I would rather buy from Staples get reward points, + free shipping, but have to pay tax (but reward points 5% office supplies from business ink, 5% Staples rewards, not sure if there's fatwallet rewards? but that covers the tax part for me)
Staples replaced a set of speakers for me because one of the speakers didn't make sound with 1 day shipping. Not sure if Tanga would help with warranties of items.
Nice. For those interested and since the Staples description doesn't say, these each take (3) D batteries. Use TopCashBack for 3% and Chase Ink (or similar CC with 5% office store) for an additional 5%. As a comparison, this 3-pack is currently $49.99 on Amazon.
This is a good price, but I would wait for deals on the 300 lumen models, these are the 140s. I have both and the 300 lumen are much, much brighter and worth the price difference, I just bought 2 from 1Sale.com recently of the 300 lumen for $35
tsaeb said: This is a good price, but I would wait for deals on the 300 lumen models, these are the 140s. I have both and the 300 lumen are much, much brighter and worth the price difference, I just bought 2 from 1Sale.com recently of the 300 lumen for $35
I also got the 2 for $35 and the difference in brightness is amazing compared to the 363.
g2ho5 said: I must be having a dyslexic moment because I thought I read Mr. Bean and started wondering if Staples has jumped into the movie business. When I was a child, I thought pineapples were apples from the pine tree, and felt somehow I should share this information with you.
Battery operated? How long does the battery last in these? I mean, of course it depends on how frequently these are used, but how frequently do you find yourself needing to replace the batteries in yours?
DealMavenGuru said: Nice. For those interested and since the Staples description doesn't say, these each take (3) D batteries. Use TopCashBack for 3% and Chase Ink (or similar CC with 5% office store) for an additional 5%. As a comparison, this 3-pack is currently $49.99 on Amazon. About how many hours do Duracells last in these? How cumbersome are they to replace? Thanks!
I have these and they are awesome. It's not the brightest light and can in no way replace a flood light, but for us it was a perfect for path lighting at night.
We have had the same batteries in them since about October, using them a few times each night, and still haven't had to change them. If you put them up high it might be cumbersome to replace the batteries, but actually changing them is pretty simple.
I have had one over my main door for 2 years in an exposed area (I live in Upstate NY) so it gets lots of rain an snow. I changed the battery about 7-9 months out. I was having issues with it after a year and a half during the winter so left it until better weather, but ended up being the internal battery connection got bent a little too much, just bent it back and moved it to the rear on my garage for the last 6 months. Replaced it with the 300 lumen and bought 2 more. I love them and don't have to hire an electrician. I am hoping for a similar outcome on the new ones.
Don't use TopCashBack they don't give your money I have been waiting over 4 months for $35 from them i should have stayed with fatwallet CB but got lured in with double the CashBack that they were offering if you bought a boost mobile phone.
ManuFact said: I have zero experience with battery powered floodlights; just curious, roughly how long would one expect these to last before a battery change is necessary? These are spotlights, not floodlights. In other words, not too bright and not too much coverage. Good for many applications including dark stairwells indoors. Reviewers state that typically, a set of batteries runs 9-12 months before requiring a change. YMMV depending on usage and climate (cold = shorter battery life)
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