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  • posted byBulgina on 05/06/2013

    Good stainless steel flashlight. Conveniently lies in a hand. There are all sealing ringlets that didn't pass water. Works from one 14500 accumulator. Has the Cree XPE 5 diode. With five operating modes. The accumulator isn't included in the package of delivery. Shines brightly, but 220 lumens don't think that in it. Completely to secure a small lamp ... Read more

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  • posted byterralopes1 on 03/16/2013

    Compact, well finished (stainless steel) and exquisite design! Works with universal AA battery. Good throw and spill with pretty good runtimes (but not real 220 lumens). Cheap. Very handy! I also have a Fenix LD20 R4 (205 lumens) and this Aurora as almost the same light power (incredible!). Of course we can't forget thar Fenix LD20 is a 2xAA flashlight ... Read more

    Wall at 4 meters. Hi mode. Wall at 45 meters. Hi mode. Wall at 50 meters. Hi mode.
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  • posted byNuppi on 05/17/2011

    Has mode memory which works great and is very usefull. Just as bright as you would think, in other words " bright enough" Strap is well built (glued). Good looking. Nice body structure, feels very good. Dissipates heat very efficiently. Debris in tailcap = contact problems. Heats up very soon, which is of course normal. The LED brass pill ... Read more

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  • posted bydenisxor on 03/22/2011

    Very good flashlight for the price. Could be very good gift for virtually any man :-) It works great with Alkaline AA battery and moreover it works fine with 1.2V NiMh battery. Build quality is very good. Stainless steel body rocks! One minor bad thing about this light is quality of threads. Threads are OK but not so smooth and tight as one would expect ... Read more

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  • posted byGCC11 on 03/13/2011

    Very bright, low cost, easy to use switch. Stainless body will not corrode like the aluminum bodies, so connection will not deteriorate like those lights. Maybe a little heavy and bulky, but not a major con. If I had one wish on this, it would be nice if the light was a little more compact. There were a couple of other stainless models using the AA ... Read more

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  • posted byGCC11 on 03/13/2011

    Very bright light, well built, convenient operation, low cost. The stainless steel body will not corrode like the many aluminum flashlights, which leads to bad contacts and flickering lights. A little heavy and bulky, but not a major con. I didn't have any of the production issues that others talked about; maybe I got lucky. I was looking for something ... Read more

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  • posted byGCC11 on 03/13/2011

    Very bright light, well built, convenient operation, low cost. The stainless steel body will not corrode like the many aluminum flashlights, which leads to bad contacts and flickering lights. A little heavy and bulky, but not a major con. I didn't have any of the production issues that others talked about; maybe I got lucky. I was looking for something ... Read more

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  • posted byphreeflow on 05/31/2010

    Great price for a stainless steel flashlight. Nice size for everyday carry (EDC)...stainless should last a long time. Emitter was centered well and threw a nice smooth beam from spot to spill...no cree rings on mine. Tint was nice and white. Definitely a XPE Cree led. Very dim and useful low mode. Bright enough for most task and modes are well spaced.... Read more

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  • posted bybartm on 05/14/2010

    - Cheap for a stainless steel LED flashlight - Still reasonably good - Spring puts less force on switch, so I expect less contact issues - No cree rings - A bit more yellow (warm) light - No short delay like the Ultrafire had Comparing with Ultrafire ss C3 sku.26122: - Considerably less bright (on NiMH batteries) - Parts do not fit together very well ... Read more

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  • posted byOhTheHumanity on 05/14/2010

    Nice stainless steel flashlight. Pretty good build quality for the price. Mine is definitely a Cree XP-E. Makes good contact. No battery rattle at all. Looks very nice to me. None. Shiny polished finish would have been nice. Appear to be very similar to the Ultrafire C3. The AA extension tubes from sku.4452 fit this flashlight. I have run it on 3xAA ... Read more

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