EDIT - Gerber Omnivore Flashlight - RICK
> Gerber Omnivore FlashlightHey Rick! Cool light!
> Test Series by Rick Allnutt
Here are your edits on the Gerber Omnivore LED Flashlight. Nothing big,
just a few misses... and a few questions from me. Nicly done! Especially
considering the fairly worthless web information.
James E. Triplett
Gerber Omnivore Monitor
Manufacturer: Gerber Legendary Blades
[Comment] The contact information on the site has the following:
14200 SW 72nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97224
So I'm not sure where "Gerber Legendary Blades" came from for the
MSRP: Not Available
[Comment] The website has $$ which when you click on it means a range of
$25 - $60. Considering this large range you were probably correct to not
include it, but I thought I'd point it out in case you missed it. (And it
appears to be in the middle of the range at $40, but that's from
retailers, so it doesn't count.)
Measured Weight: 3.1 oz (88 g) with batteries
[EDIT] I believe this first weight is withOUT batteries, correct?
But when I opened the light to put a battery in, I was in for a surprise.
[Comment] Intuitively, I can figure out what the surprise was, but I
expected the next section to explain it. You never really do define the
surprise (at least not as a "surprise") which kind of left me hanging.
The Omnivore has a cute and meaningful name. One definition I found of
omnivore was "one that takes in anything available.
[EDIT] Missing an end quote.
The brightness of the light also differs depending on the batttery.
[EDIT] ttt should be tt in batttery.
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