A: This particular light should only take two CR123 batteries, not 6. If you've tried the specific configuration labeled on the inside of the battery case, please return the light to the retailer for a replacement. We typically do not have any problems with this light straight out of the packaging. However, in the off-chance you received an Energizer TAC 700 light with a faulty cell or connection, we will be happy to replace that unit.
A: Hello! This light takes 2 123 batteries, provided in the packaging. If you received a different product, please reach out to Target for a replacement. We apologize for the inconvenience!
A: The flashlight takes CR123 batteries
A: NO they are the primary (disposable) cr123 lithium batteries included. If bought online in bulk they can be found for much cheaper than the ridiculous prices at local retail. However, I am kinda of into flashlights and have all types of recharables, including the lithium ion version of the cr123 battery, they run at a slightly higher voltage, and could possibly fry the lighty but I did try 2 of them in the light and it did run ok for a few seconds, I haven't run it longer than that, so take it for what its worth but it does appear you can use the rechargables in it. I'm sure the manufacturer would warn against this though.