This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy. While a sample was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% mine.
If you make my daughters choose between a Barbie doll or a flashlight, you can bet with certainty that they will choose the flashlight 100% of the time. There is just something about a flashlight that occupies them for hours. Playing detective, telling ghost stories, and searching for lost toys are just a few activities that require a flashlight according to my girls.
Recently, we were sent two Virtually Indestructible LED Rayovac Flashlights with one task in mind….try to destroy it. The first is an all black Rayovac LED 2AA Flashlight. I love that the Flashlight is lightweight and small enough to fit in my nightstand or glove compartment in my car. Plus, batteries are included! Some specs:
- High performance LEDs and 2 modes: 100 Lumens, 18 Lumens (energy saver)
- Beam distance: 149 meters, 56 meters (energy saver)
- Battery run time (alkaline batteries incl.): 15 hours, 35 hours (energy saver)
- 30 Foot Drop Test Performance!
- Lifetime guarantee
- (2) AA Rayovac alkaline batteries included
Because my kids could not wait to get their hands on the new
toy flashlight, I gave them the task of trying to break it. They were quite confused at first because I spent every waking minute telling them NOT to destroy things in my home, but once they realized the activity was Mom-approved, they were totally into it.
After several attempts, you can see that the Rayovac Indestructible Flashlight is indeed indestructible and kid-approved. While the kids were thrilled with the first flashlight, hubby grabbed the Virtually Indestructible LED 3AAA Camo Flashlight. As a hunter, he naturally was drawn to the Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Pattern. But it’s 160 meter beam distance and 120 Lumens LEDs is quite impressive for it’s small size.
The kids can be tough on toys (such as flashlights) and hubby can certainly give it a workout but we found the Rayovac Indestructible Flashlights to be perfect for our home. We have placed them in nightstands to be used if the power goes out during Hurricane Season.