- You can get multiple items for a very low price - THe price is good, if these aren't useflu for you, you won't lose a lot of money -good quality (at least 2 out of 2 have worked) - a bit difficult to install, you need some patience to do it. - The plastic can melt if you don't use the solder correctly ... Read more
Great small size
Really good build quality
Great click action
Fits allot of torches out there with few modification and in some cases none at all. I havent soldered onto these but I think it could damage the internal parts if you do. Would be good if they had some way of easily attaching a spring or ... Read more
- You get multiple per pack
- They have a solid click feel - Don't fit the intended application - I bought these to replace the switch on my trustfire xpe-f23. I can't figure out what is wrong with its current switch but it doesn't work so I figured I'de give these a try. They are taller than the original ... Read more
Those are the cheapest clickie switchs for flashlights, specially for the AAA models. Most of them use this kind of switch. It is 11mm diammeter and high quality. They came in a pack of 5. Always they are usefull, because you dont know when will die your switch in your flashlights, so be prepared and ... Read more
Good switch with a firm clicky function. fits many led lenser flashlights with a small modification. Appears to be good quallity. Good price. Do not solder on these switches as the plastic will melt instantaniously and the switch will be broken. I used it to replace a switch in a led lenser flashlight ... Read more
Small size, will fit into the smallest light body. Can be taken apart easily, looks capable of switching the loads it's rated for.
If problems occur, small parts are quickly exchanged. Can NOT be soldered onto while assembled. 100% chance of destroying it if you try.
Had to wait for ages before this ... Read more
cheap can't solder onto... I bought them because they're the cheapest clicky switches anywhere, and I thought I could just solder onto the terminals.... but the plastic melts at a lower temperature than the solder, so I immediately ruined one button, and on my second, I tinned the terminals, and soldered ... Read more
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