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  • posted byenhk10 on 09/12/2012

    This is a recommendable torch if u're looking for something pocket-sized, yet super bright. Matches the "UltraFire A1 Cree Q5-WC 5-Mode 230-Lumen LED Flashlight - Grey (1*CR123A)" torch in terms of brightness. Not a big issue, but I will not recommend this for long period of lighting, for example, bicycle headlights. I used 2 x 3.6V rechargeable ... Read more

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  • posted bycuberantcamper on 08/17/2009

    Nice little light as small as you will find for two 123 lithium cells. I received one with a reverse clicky switch and not a twisty as stated in the description. Switch is very easy to press. Overall fit and finish is nice, knurling is good easy to hold. Must use 3.7 or 3.6 rechargeable cell or the light will be very dim after a short time. Also gets ... Read more

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  • posted byCamel on 04/20/2008

    Wow-eee wow wow - what a light - it is simply... perfect - holy flashlight batman!!! It is small, extremely solid, feels just about perfect in your hands, and is dangly bright. Holy crow... is it bright - especially for its size. Size aside, it is brighter than my 2-D cell mag light, pretty much anything I have other than the WF-500, solarforce-L120... Read more

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  • posted byMoreiraVaz on 12/10/2007

    Small, very bright output, good flood, cheap. Uses D26 bulb (very easy to find. Can use rechargeble 123. Gets hot fast. Runtime on 2xRCR123 is short. Ultrafire protected RCR123 (16340) are too long for this flashlight. I lost two batteries because they are over compressed. Easy too correct. I cutted away part of internal spring of the bulb. Now it fits ... Read more

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  • posted bytheRIAA on 07/06/2007

    Brighter throw and flood than a 3D maglight. looks cool, seems very rugged (heavy but not too heavy) small, ~4 1/2" long. ~7/8" di tube. 20 minutes until it starts to dim with DX's purple 123As. you need at least 4 to make it practical. (2 in the charger) great for a "job" light when you just need to use it to light up dark areas ... Read more

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