Lights have been used on multiple occasions, mostly as outdoor marker lights at night and as a power failure or a "the bulb burnt out" light. I'm still on the same batteries, so I have no question at all that the figures
quoted in their literature are reasonably accurate.
One of the samples in use as an emergency light in a small room.
The white LED model has an LED that flickers and almost goes out, but tapping on the light restores operation.
I am as of yet unable to determine the exact location of the fault. I believe this to be an isolated incident, as no problems have been reported by other users of this product.
The blue Electralume has functioned properly since I've had it.
One of the two LEDs in my white Electralume has gone out. This failure appears to be as an open circuit, because the other LED appears to operate at its designed intensity. When I gently hit the unit while it is on, the LED flickers very briefly; so the failure is probably not in the LED itself.
Very tough and durable construction.
Nice looking, tidy and small units can fit in most places.
Waterproof and submersible - they're fishing lights, remember?
I think they're as bright or brighter than chemical glow sticks - but I don't have any chemical glow sticks to compare these with.
They're not very bright - not when compared to a flashlight or flashing bicycle light anyway. But these were not meant to be eye-killing toliet destructors anyway :-)
Requires lithium L91 (AA) cells to provide maximum runtime and brightness
PRODUCT TYPE: Lighted fishing lure
LAMP TYPE: LED, 5mm super oval, diffused
No. OF LAMPS: 2
BEAM TYPE: Wide field 360°
SWITCH TYPE: Rotary, see above
BATTERY: 2 AA, lithium preferred
CURRENT CONSUMPTION: Unable to measure
WATER RESISTANT: Yes
SUBMERSIBLE: Yes, to hundreds of meters
ACCESSORIES: Large closed hook attachment, lithium batteries
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