Finally, a Flashlight I can Use… and Won’t Lose

The Guard Dog Xcess flashlight is perfect for “black-hole houses” just like mine. Maybe it can help you, too.

I call my home a “black-hole house” for good reason. My humble abode has a tendency to devour every useful tool I have. Flashlights seem to be my home’s favorite dish. I never know another one has been eaten until I need a flashlight to help me find something else that’s gone missing. Rather ironic, right? Part of the problem is that I keep purchasing those flashlights that are barely bigger than a keychain. My house seems to be on a steady diet of these items as well as the batteries used to power them. Again with the irony.

The Guard Dog Xcess 1200 lumen rechargeable flashlight is the answer to my problems. It’s also in the Solid Signal warehouse, a mere 50 feet from my desk. (More irony!)

In an age of compact flashlights, Guard Dog Xcess goes the opposite direction. This is a large, durable flashlight made of type III aluminum alloy. Its size makes it perfect for “black-hole houses” like mine, where smaller tools and items often disappear for good. It’s also O-ring sealed to make it waterproof and weather-resistant.

This flashlight has many benefits. First of all, it’s very bright – at its most powerful setting, it beams out 1200 lumens of light. The beam also can be adjusted down to 25 lumens, which is easier on the eyes and battery life. It even has SOS and strobe modes. And speaking of batteries, this flashlight comes with two rechargeable batteries and a charger.

The more I think about it, the more I want that 1200 lumen flashlight offered by Solid Signal. If you need to shine some light on something, this might be the tool for you, too. Just remember to keep it in a place where you know you can find it! Ironically enough, that’s advice I need to follow!

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.