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  • posted byp3ngwin1 on 06/14/2014

    - Nice colour - as small as battery dimensions allow - VERY bright, especially with Li-ION 10440 - clicky bottom button is flush, so can stand torch on end - handles AAA and 10440 batteries (protected 10440's make it difficult to twist-close all the way, but doable enough - bottom battery contact... Read more

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  • posted byAbeFM on 03/25/2013

    Very bright, very impressive flashlight with minimal outer dimensions I'm on my third or fourth one. It's very picky about battery size - they put the LED in backwards, so the spring is on wrong side of battery. If you have it a little short (like, half a mm) it won't work, if it's too long, on.... Read more

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  • posted bysmille76 on 03/08/2013

    Small enough to easily carry in pocket or purse. Quality is quite good, not up to high standards in the industry (Fenix, Sunwayman, Surefire), but it is nice for a low price flashlight. Throws a lot of light from the LED, good distance and nice spill, very balanced light color. Comes with a which... Read more

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  • posted byornwilson on 04/25/2012

    -Very bright -lasts quite a while on Costco Kirkland Signature AAA alkaline -knurling makes it easy to hang on to not waterproof, just 'splash-resistant' -the tailcap switch is aluminum and when not depressed, is flush with the rim of the tailcap. This and the small diameter of the body make this... Read more

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  • posted byalexey84 on 03/03/2012

    beautiful appearance, simple, lightweight, reliable, bright and shining for a long time for its size, easy to switch, it is very convenient size fits easily into a purse, pocket strap with the logo "tank007" complete old lanterns AA and AAA funny next to him - spring is located on the a... Read more

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  • posted byHedonismBot on 02/05/2012

    - Very Bright for a Q3!! - Very Small - Great build quality - Good knurling and anodizing - Good throw and spill - Price - Smoot reflector (Not OP as shown and described) - Single mode - Short runtime Beam is a bit ringy and would be better with an OP reflector but anyway good! Runtime is quite a... Read more

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  • posted byEarthican88 on 05/22/2011

    This light is very bright, especially for a AAA. The red anodizing and knurling are nice details. The reverse clicky switch feels solid and has a nice feel. The lanyard is actually quite durable and has held up well. It has a very aggressive reflector that throws the beam much farther than this a... Read more

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  • posted byjrevans on 04/13/2011

    This is one awesome, small, but quite bright flashlight. It is very sturdy, featuring a well machined case, a strong lens and what appears to be a well made switch. It really throws the light and when I show it to people, they can hardly believe the amount of light that comes from a single AAA In... Read more

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  • posted byMassja on 03/20/2011

    Very small flashlight A lot of light for such a small light! Really amazing! Easy to hold in your pocket or to connect to your keys. When you use the light more than a few minutes it gets warm. Because of the amount of light, the one AAA battery won't work very long. I use it when walking my dog.... Read more

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  • posted bytrofimovich on 11/11/2010

    Very nicely executed design of the lantern. Nice to touch, no slides. Very bright light, as bright as tacos UniqueFire S10 (used Ni-Mh). Current about 1.5 A. If you use AAA NiMh, the lifetime will be no more than 30-40 minutes. This is a fee for high brightness, nothing can be done. Despite the -... Read more

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