Pros: Great replacement switch for my 502b. bought lots so i dont have to worry about having to keep ordering switches. A simply clicky, just drop it in the switch, and you are good to go. Cons: Spring comes out easily. Spring is quite long but i don't know if some flashlights require them. you may need a plier to cut the spring to fit into the... Read more
Pros: The main advantage of this button is that it is not at a high price, you are buying a great thing! Irreplaceable and cool button that can be turned on and off as the low and high up to one and a half thousand volts! But I do not recommend! It is better to use these remarkable buttons in LED flashlights and other low-voltage products Cons:... Read more
Pros: The switches are neatly made and the quality is good despite the cheap price. It is very useful in flashlight modification, parts replacement & repair - which I will be doing soon. Cons: None so far. OtherThoughts: Some of my cheap flashlights have defective switches that despite changing the LED emitters with stronger ones, the beams... Read more
Pros: Very cheap price reverse clicky switches for DIY torches or replacement switch. Solid clicking action. Springs are not soldered on so they are easy to replace if you need to use a shorter spring - you could of course just modify the one it comes with Cons: spring is too long for my purposes. These are reverse clickies - My personal prefer... Read more
Pros: Great replacement for my Ultrafire WF-502B that had a defective clicky switch
It has three modes: high, low and strobe. At the price I expected a simple on-off. Cons: The spring is longer than the original and needs to be clipped to fit in the case. OtherThoughts: I prefer the spring be too long rather than too short! At least it can be s... Read more
Pros: * Cheap
* Built well
* The battery spring is very long but easily cut to correct length. Don't forget to bend the edge inwards after cutting so it won't scratch the battery bottom.
* Direct replacement for a Romisen RC-N3. Not identical but fits OK. I'm still not sure if the switch or LED was the problem, the flashlight kept turning off r... Read more
Pros: - Very cheap. Lowest price on market. - Having two contact pads. some have one. - Good and sensitive click Cons: - One of five switches died after one click. it stuck in on state. - Very hard and long spring need to be cutted exact size - Cheap plastic - Small contact pads need good grinding of inner space in flashlight OtherThoughts: Bot... Read more
Pros: These things are great, they are really usefull to DIY flashlights or to repair broken ones, i bought one AA flashlight in here and the clicky was messed up, just slip one of these and its perfect now, and it cames in a 5 pack for little money, its a great addiction to any DIY tool box Cons: nothing, maybe DX could make a bigger pack with... Read more
Pros: Cheap 16mm reverse clicky switches.
Five piece for only 1,96? It's a joke. A likeable joke :)
Fits many DX flashlights, and fits any handmade flashlights. Cons: The spring is too long, small modification is required in some situation.
The plastic materials quality is not the best. OtherThoughts: The side contacts are too small. Solder the... Read more
Pros: Those are the cheapest 16mm clickie switchs for flashlights. Most of DX flashlights use this kind of switch. It is 16mm 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 buy these for that moment! Fits X2000, SkyRay S-A1 an... Read more
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