August 28, 2008

Stanley 3-in-1 Tripod Flashlight

stanley_3_in_1_tripod.jpgYou know those creepy photos you can find on the internet, the kind with the frog that wandered too close to the nuclear power plant and now has an extra arm growing out of it's forehead? That's what we think of when we look at Stanley's new 3-in-1 Tripod Flashlight. We've got one of their standard tripod lights and are so used to it that this thing looks like some kind of ghastly genetic mutation. See it there with its freaky little, stunted silver legs and it's three heads all perched up top crowding each other in some Darwinian competition for to be the dominant head?

It's probably a nice light, but it sends a shiver up our spine.

This freakshow costs about $30 and is at Amazon.com

You can also still get the standard tripod light (which reminds us of Wall-E) at Amazon.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 28, 2008 5:38 AM

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Recent Comments

It is a very nice light. once you get over the creapy design it is quite useful. i can't remember how many times i have been thankful for the 3 detacheble flashlights. the fact you can have three different beams when it's in tripod mode make it a very useful light.


Posted by: joey at November 10, 2009 4:06 PM

I have to agree. I can barely function without the standard tripod light anymore, but this is just creepy. :-)


Posted by: Wayward at September 3, 2008 9:45 PM
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