I bought this Coleman at Wal-Mart for... you guessed it, $30.
I've had it for 4 years or more and it has apparently been superseded by newer models as it is shown on walmart and amazon sights as no longer available. I would not hesitate to buy the newer models if needed. Like a couple of the reviews on amazon, the head came loose before I realized it and I lost the ball bearing and guide plate that makes a notch setting for each color selection. I put it back together without the missing parts and it adjusts without the notch settings, it just slides now. Now that I know it needs it, I open it and keep it tightened from time to time. I use it on the job at work everyday. I know I have dropped this light a hundred times, usually on pavement or marble floors. I have dropped it and run over it with my caravan in our gravel driveway twice that I can remember. It still works everyday and I call that a good light.
For what it is worth a head lamp is much more valuable then a flashlight. With a modern head lamp you can do any thing in the dark that you can do in the day time. A head lamp lights just where you are looking, any other light is wasted and try to work on something while holding a flashlight and yes some flashlights can be strapped on like a head lamp but they usually don't do as good. Another words a headlamp makes a better flashlight then vice versa.
For headlamps I like Princeton Tec, although I have had some cheap models that work fine for a couple of years. I've got a Stanley headlamp (19.99) that I bought at Wally World a few years ago and I cannot kill the damn thing. It goes in my travel backpack and works every time. LED Headlamps at REI - FREE SHIPPING With no minimum purchase.
For tactical lights, Surefire or Insight Technology. The Insight fits on my S&W M&P's, Surefire on my shotgun. I have a cheap pressure switch light mounted to one of my AR's. Don't remember the brand and too comfy in the chair watching football to look. Lights up the night though. Welcome to Surefire Public Safety & Sporting - Weapon Lights
I have 5 or 6 Maglights around the house and at least four solar flashlights. I also buy cheap LED's to throw in my truck for various things like locking gates at night or looking for loose change or whatever etc.
If I could only keep one flashlight it would be my streamlight sidewinder. It has 3 small LEDs for different and a high power white LED. Each LED has 4 power ranges plush flashing. It can be used as a headlamp, uses 2 AA batteries Alkaline or Rechargeable. You can even get one with a IR LED instead of the red led. Amazon.com: streamlight-flashlight sidewinder: Tools & Home Improvement