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satoshen wrote:Would not recommend these. One of mine broke the first day I tried to put the batteries in (screw on it stripped when I was trying to turn it on and the plastic is very soft). The on/off is integrated with the turning of the battery cap. I'd recommend keeping some batteries on hand but no installing them until you need to activate the flare.
You should contact the manufacturer and see if you can get a replacement for that one. Day one breakage is pretty lousy and we're sorry!
I'm just hanging out, really.