Maglite may have been playing possum! The new mini 2aa pro plus has the power 245 lumens high and around 20 or 30 low. Other high tech lights are great, but the switch is the weak part even if it is resessed. Outside of work any of those other lights are just as good if not better! Rubber boots over switch will crack. In our field of work the new mini maglite pro plus is on my list, its only $29.00!
Fenix flashlights, I have 3 of them. One single AA led in my pocket at all time, one double AA led in my tool bag, and one single AA headlamp. They are by far the best tools I use just after my brain. Lng battery life, cheap AA's or rechargeable and very bright light.
So after reading through the various suggestions, I went to a local tactical shop and bought the Jet Beam PA20. i dig the fact it takes 2 AA, 240 lumens is more than enough, and the clip that comes on it fits well on the brim of my hat.
After 6 Pages not one person said Eveready. They make an Pen LED that I use. I add tape or heat shrink to the top and hold it in my teeth. I've done this now for a couple of years. I end up killing several a year. I'm also using the one with 5 or 6 Led's with the magnet on the end but the Everyready is my main light.
Yes, I know I Shouldn't But I Just Can't Help Myself...
I carry a Princeton Tec Impact XL. It's LED, takes four AA batteries, waterproof and tough as nails. I use a headlamp most of the time when working and for that I use either a Princeton Tec Yukon HL, Petzl Zoom, Duo or Myo 5. I used be a caver and I'm still a headlamp nerd, so I've got a lot of lights.