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We may be stuck in the winter doldrums, but sooner or later spring will come and those globe ice lanterns you've been using will melt away. Because you're always going to need portable light sources, today we're highlighting the week's best flashlight deals. You can save $17 on a 65-lumen Cree LED flashlight, get $21 off an 18-LED spotlight, and pickup an Eveready lantern for just $5.
Is It Worth It?: With its durable aluminum housing, 65-lumens brightness, and adjustable focus, this Utilitech Cree LED flashlight is your perfect emergency flashlight. Better yet, three AAA batteries and a CREE MLE YL bulb are included. At $3, this Editors' Choice flashlight is a full $17 less than the cost of a similar flashlight elsewhere.
Is It Worth It?: You can have a spare flashlight for every room in the house with this set of Defiant 24-lumen LED flashlights from Home Depot. A clear Editor's Choice pick at $6, these mini flashlights are a $12 savings. Each flashlight comes with three AAA batteries and features six LEDs, up to three hours of battery life, and a lanyard.
Is It Worth It?: Flashlights aren't just for emergencies. This Wagan Brite-Nite spotlight, for example, would come in handy if you ever found yourself catching gators at night. When you see those eyes lit up by the 18-LED beam, you'll be glad you saved $21 on this Editors' Choice flashlight. After all, the gators don't need a flashlight to see you.
Update: The price has sadly increased to $6.99 after rebate, but given the massive price low, this is still a great deal.
Is It Worth It?: With a 6-volt super-heavy-duty battery attached to its durable plastic casing, the Eveready industrial floating lantern means business. Whether you're stranded on a lonesome highway or camping with the fam, this lantern will be with you for the long haul — providing up to 65 hours of illumination. At just a measly $5, you can afford to pick up several of these Editors' Choice lanterns.
Is It Worth It?: Flashlights are great ... until you need to use both hands and light up a space. The Stanley mini tripod LED flashlight is designed to shine light exactly where you need it hands-free. Plus, you'll save $7 on this lil light. (Amazon offers it for the same price.) This 8-lumen flashlight features three 5mm bright-white LED lights and 10 hours per set of batteries (it runs on three AAs, not included).