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    For anyone with a B&M Harbor Freight Store--link to coupon for free LED flashlight

    In case you don't read any of the coupon/free forums elsewhere, here's a link to a printable coupon that's supposed to be good for a free 31/2" 9-LED flashlight. It's supposedly good until 31 October and it says no purchase is necessary. http://www.ifcba.com/images/htf/65458/coupon22.html FYI, people are claiming that the printed coupon works at their local Harbor Freight stores. If you have a flyer from Harbor Freight, this coupon may be included. Good luck.

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    Thanks, we have a couple of HF stores in town.
    Only those who will risk going too far can possible find out how far they can go.
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    Thanks.. have a HF a couple miles from here..

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    socalrider and Fl Randonneur,

    You're welcome, I hope the B&M Harbor Freight stores near you still have these in stock. It's always good to have a backup light, even if it's just for your helmet.

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    Senior Member dougmc's Avatar
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    Don't get too excited ... these lights are as cheap as they get. They don't last long.

    The price is right, but the LEDs burn out rapidly (and yes, I know, LEDs usually don't burn out!) and after a while half of them don't work. And often the switches break and whatnot.

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    ^^^

    Now I know why I buy Craftman tools. HF sounds like the same quality as BigLots.

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    I got the flashlight today and gonna just throw it in my bag for work, just in case.

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