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Maglite ML300LX 3-Cell D LED Flashlight (Foliage Green Matte, Clamshell Packaging)

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Maglite ML300LX 3-Cell D LED Flashlight (Foliage Green Matte, Clamshell Packaging)
Key Features
  • 625 / 143 / 58 Lumen Outputs
  • Maximum Runtime in Eco Mode: 117 Hours
  • Maximum Beam Distance: 1332'
  • Spot-to-Flood Adjustable Beam
The foliage green with matte finish ML300LX 3-Cell D LED Flashlight from Maglite is powerful, versatile and durable LED flashlight that is equally at home on the job, in the field or at home. Powered by three D-cell batteries, it offers three distinct output settings as well as strobe and momentary-on functions. Maximum output is measured at 625 lumen and in Eco-mode, the maximum runtime is117 hours. Its advanced focus system adjusts from spot to flood with less than a 1/4 turn of the head and its maximum beam distance is 1332'.
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Is this the latest model ML300LX Maglite with 746 ...

Is this the latest model ML300LX Maglite with 746 Lumens 32 hr runtime?
Asked by: Jerry
Yes, that is the latest model.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2021-02-18

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are batteries included?
Asked by: Jorge D.
No, batteries were not included with mine - just the torch in plastic blister packaging. Just a note on batteries - I use 2 x plastic holders that each hold 2 x AA rechargeable batteries. Not only are they MUCH lighter than D cells, they are cheaper than buying replacements. I have only recharged the batteries once in the last 2 months. Hope this helps.
Answered by: Christopher S.
Date published: 2018-08-26

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The Batteries required are 3X D Cell 1.5V batteries that makes it 4.5V, I have a rechargeable battery of 6V, that works fine in the MagLite, is it ok to use the rechargeable battery of 6V or would that be a bit high?
Asked by: Learie R.
I'm sorry, but I'm not sure if the higher voltage would damage the LED or not. I wish I have a better answer.
Answered by: Richard B.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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