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  • posted byirarref on 11/25/2012

    Lightweight and small flashlight. Power full beam. Low mode beam use full to save battery time. Price. Battery operation time rated at 1.5 hours by the manufacturer?!? Well I get maybe half hour of working time at high beam mode !! this is a very power hungry flashlight, so be ready to carry with you spare batteries. I haven't measured the current draw ... Read more

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  • posted byPonkke on 12/08/2011

    I bought this for use at work. it's a dark season at the moment perfect to have with me when it gets dark past 2 clock. This have helped me with installation of downlight when i had to go up to the reel and install cabel. didnt have to draw cabel and use a big flashlight =). The light from the flashlight is good. Noticed that the battery sometimes lost ... Read more

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  • posted byvortex69 on 05/16/2010

    It's small, so fits pretty well on a pocket, which was the reason why I bought it. Pretty bright considering the size. The 5 modes make it pretty flexible. Although I consider this mode useless, the S.O.S mode really flashes S.O.S Uses a click switch, which considering the size is a pleasant surprise. Mine didn't have a O ring on the lens. Other than ... Read more

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  • posted bybenneh on 05/01/2010

    Really bright, REALLY really bight. i can shine this at my ceiling and light the whole room. The beam is quite a throwey one, which is good for finding stuff. The modes are easy to navigate, and has a GITD positive clicky. I would recommend this torch. Gets hot in about 3 minutes of use on high. The connection to the battery is quite poor on mine, have ... Read more

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  • posted by_Diceman on 04/27/2010

    I got this as I wanted a CR123A torch that had modes and this fit the bill. It's fairly compact, is priced well and hasn't had any technical glitches. I added some thin cardboard spacers between the LED and the reflector to put the LED further back and have a larger hotspot. The power consumption isn't too bad, the high mode is quite bright and only ... Read more

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  • posted bym4fever on 03/21/2010

    I purchased this light for a backpacking trip. It is even smaller and lighter than I expected. ( about the size of a lip stick tube) It uses the same CR123 batteries I will be using for most of my other equipment. As a previous reviewer noted there is no O ring to seal the lens. I will add one later, before my trip. Great light for the price, it just ... Read more

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  • posted bypcguy756 on 02/26/2010

    Great Price small size B R I G H T! For me at least the CR123a is used in other lights I use. Mine has no o-ring between the lens and the body. No bid deal but I could see adding one later. Also the button is a little bit tricky at first. The fit and finish is more than I expected for a $10 flashlight. Also the button is a little bit tricky at first.... Read more

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  • posted byQuickNick on 01/13/2010

    -Very bright, can easily light up your whole house. -Long battery life, I have some rechargeable batteries that have gone over 2.5 hours without needing a charge. -Very easy to keep on your person, along with extra batteries if you might need them. -Overheats fairly quickly. -Was a little dirty and dry on oil when I got it, just clean out the threads ... Read more

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  • posted byKreAture on 03/14/2009

    + Outside machining is smooth + Takes 123 sized rechargeables + Great light output + Reverse polarity protected!!! + Almost no light when batt is low - Simple controller circuit - Gets dimmer as battery runns down - Brighter on rechargeable than primary cell - No proper over-discharge protection The controller should have used a proper coil-based circuit ... Read more

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  • posted byold4570 on 03/13/2009

    Simply the best Flashlight for 10 Bucks , starts on Medium - Lo - Hi - Strobe - SOS . Great output for such a small flashlight , everything about this one is Good , Fit and finish , threads , clicky . This one wont run Primary CR123A 3Volt cells , you must use a rCR123A 3.6/7 Volt . Needs a Clip . Ultrafire RCR123A 3.7v Fully Charged Hi - o.75mA - 3... Read more

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