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  • posted bymaxtor1982 on 12/22/2013

    Bright light, well-focused beam, a nice warm glow hue. Comfortably in the hand. Runs on a single 14500 or 1-2 AA Ni-Mn batteries. Large gap between the body of the lamp and extension tube for 2 AA batteries. Lack of spring contact from the driver, resulting in Margania lamp during use. Bad driver (a very big difference in brightness. When powered lantern ... Read more

    lantern The gap between the tubes lamp Diffuser and LED Color difference between the color detail
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  • posted byjukkabro on 12/02/2013

    Works with one AA or with two AA batteries. Of course it is brighter with two AA batteries. Design of the flashlight is very good and build quailty is very good too. It has a bright hot spot in the middle of the beam. Should be more spread out. Flashlight has no rolling stopper so watch out it doesn't roll of the table. It is not meant to illuminate ... Read more

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  • posted bypetryshko on 06/28/2013

    Very Bright light (have a 1W flashlight with 3xAAA and this one is brighter twice, i think) Compact - 2xAA in a row always smaller than 3xAAA in a tripod battery Useability - nice lies in hand. Heat Management - heats up to 35-40 degrees Celsium (about 100 in Fahrenheit) in 20 minutes of instant use. Long focus - very bright center spot, good at distances ... Read more

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  • posted byplenty on 06/11/2012

    Strong Light. Metal housing, feels good. Build quality is, at first sight rather good and solid. Beats my old monstrous maglite by far Sometimes, light seems to be flickering. Housing may get warm after while Futhermore, I can not think of any Housing may get warm after w while. So far I only used it for a few minutes which was not a problem. But I ... Read more

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  • posted byRasenkrieger on 01/20/2012

    When I decided which one of this Ultrafire models to get, I invested the extra bucks and must say the bright anodized finish on this torch is well worth it. Function is easy, on- off. Reliability is good, sometimes I need to turn the bezel, i.e. tighten it on the thread to maintain electric contact. Really good brightness and endurance, even when used ... Read more

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  • posted byscojj on 11/12/2011

    Build quality is very good for the price (or even double/triple the price). Smooth grey satin finish is elegant and nice to touch and look at. The light is bright and as white as you can want. To my eyes it's a perfect white... neither warm nor cool. The threads are very nice quality and fitted with o-rings. Using the light on one AA, I notice the light ... Read more

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  • posted byxub100 on 12/26/2010

    this is my 6th flashlight I have purchased and it remains the #1 on my list of preferences threads and O-Rings should be greased during manufacture,but we all know how DX's flashligts will need grease when first purchased, anyhow I always grease all my flashlights when they are delivered,If you dont grease you may end up tearing the well made threads,... Read more

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  • posted bystartrekmichi on 10/04/2010

    - bright light with nice throw/spill pattern - versatile due to extension tube (works with 1 or 2 AAs) - relatively easy to disassemble (see other thoughts) - build quality: the finish and threads are good - runtime: a little over one hour with two LSD-AAs (rated 2200mAh) - can tailstand, although the strap might get in the way - no blinking modes -... Read more

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