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does this actually work? seems like a weird product. but alas without a replacement bulb you might not be able to tell me. have you tried the vendor where you purchased the questionably legit light? i can't see them for say anywhere obvious. but with the prices online of these things the bulb is probably going to cost you as much if not more than the entire product.
The Lens is adjustable, you unscrew the top, then pull the Cap, Insert the Bulb (make sure the 2 wires are not twisted) and go straight into the holes. The Replacement Bulb is located down at the Battery Access.
Here is what I have done for now. I was able to pick up a 24 Volt 10 Watt G-4 Base bulb at a local Boat USA store. So far so good. I had it running for 6 hours straight with no issues and still working.Finding a 36 Volt bulb replacement has been difficult and the bulbs don't last.
I have a Garrity stainless steel flashlight that is approximately 6 inches long. It uses two AA batteries. The light is turned on and off using a push button on the back (push on, push off). The head-end turns to "focus" the light. The lamp, itself, is incandescent. It is 9/16-inch long, including the two 1/4-inch wire leads. The flashlight was purchased 11 years ago, and the lamp just burned out. When I called Garrity, they said they no longer had replacement parts for these flashlights. Which is strange, given you can use Part 2A001 Mineature Bulb G1.27 Base bulbs available from Bulb Town in Jacksonville, FL, as replacements. They work like a champ! If you have any questions, ask to speak to Melinda.