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  • posted bywindsorb on 01/04/2016

    very nice works fine and well thank you! no cons at all and all my reviews are the truth


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  • posted bysirpau1 on 07/07/2013

    It's fairly inexpensive, thought nothing to write home about. Takes a CR123A battery, so is very compact. Gets very very hot in under 5 minutes. Past 5 minutes there's no way I can hold it. I don't know if it's just mine, or all of them. After having it on for less than 5 minutes, I turned it off... Read more

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  • posted byrobflanery on 05/02/2013

    Great little flashlight once modified. Bright and small. It is an easy flashlight to carry with you. Casting flash in the bottom of the body damaged one battery. I had to sand that flush to get good contact and protect the integrity of the battery. The pill was not completely screwed in to the I... Read more

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  • posted byAnzycpethian on 06/08/2011

    The size is excellent, it's really small and a great light as backup f.e. I use it only with primaries and it's really amazingly bright with one hella strong throw. Quality is OK, actually I'm not complaining about the size because it's small enough to make me happy, hehe... The switch is so it I... Read more

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  • posted byaurispector on 05/15/2011

    Surprisingly bright, pretty much as small as possible for a 123 light. Extremely simple. Can go everywhere with you on your keychain. The hole where the lanyard attaches is weak and broke on both of mine. I drilled new ones that have held up. Too expensive for what it is. Should be under $10. I'd... Read more

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  • posted byaurispector on 08/08/2009

    I really like this little light. It's small enough for a key chain (ok a bit big but it's on mine) Very bright with 3.7v rechargables. Extremely simple design is both a plus and a minus. Finish seems fairly durable. Battery rattles a bit. Longer rechargables leave less room for threads to bite on... Read more

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  • posted byldmaster on 12/07/2008

    Perfect size, as others have stated, the LED head is solid. Using a Ultrafire 123A lithium rechargeable (SKU 03204)I get about 1/3 more light than with a primary 123a. There are only a few drawbacks to this light that I would change. 1 - I used my end mill to shave down the aluminum button on the... Read more

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  • posted byDavidok on 11/24/2008

    -One of the smallest yet powerful flashlights -Very Bright -Good battery life -Lanyard hole a little small -Should have a Q5!! -Not cheap but not too expensive either -Light is very white with a little hint of blue compared with my Fenix P3D Premium 100 This flashlight is small yet very very is a... Read more

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  • posted bybole64 on 10/04/2008

    VERY small and very bright. Seems durable enough, and looks like it would be very water resistant. Only takes one battery and with rechargeable, would be cheap to run. Very cheap and reasonable for what it is. I don't like it that you have to twist it on and off from the front. Would be better if... Read more

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  • posted byDragoen on 06/18/2008

    Very bright, can even see it at sunlight. Really small, doubt it could be made much smaller with this kind of battery. Metalhousing and not plastic. Appears to be a glass lens. Great size to keep in the keychain. Very bright, tends to get warm quickly, but cools quickly once turned off again. a a... Read more

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