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    Here is a really good light on sale at battery junction.

    This plus $40 for a decent charger and a couple of batteries and you will be set. It's a good opportunity to step into a high end, blindly bright (when you need it), long run time (18650 battery), small, multi level light.

    Use coupon code cpf2011 to get an additional 5% off. Comes out to about $37.

    http://m.batteryjunction.com/nitecor...onsiveTemplate

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    Here is an el-cheapo that I like, flex telescoping with a magnetic head. If they made a nicer version of it I'd be a happy camper, but for $5 I can't be too mad when it dies!

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    What I keep in my shirt pocket is the Streamlight Stylus.


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    X2 on the Stylus pro

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    https://www.eagletac-usa.com


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    Just picked up an couple fenix uc40ue. Very pleased so far. Super bright and rechargeable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprmktrefertech View Post
    I want to buy a new flashlight, I'm currently using a LED Lenser 400 lumens that uses 3 aaa batteries which has

    worked fine for me but I want to try a rechargeable style....
    I've been using a Maglite XL50 with rechargeable AAA (Lenmar 1000 mAh) for several years now.
    Also use a AAA LED Lenser & just make sure I have spare charged batteries on hand.
    Eric

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    Nitecore srt5

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    Quote Originally Posted by 270wsm View Post
    https://www.eagletac-usa.com


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    Yeah, though I recommend lights like the Convoy S3 because its under $20, I use an EagleTAC D25 Tactical. 1200 lumens of output. Great little light.
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    I've used streamlight and coast flashlights over the last 10 years and never wanted anything else lol

    I carry a streamlight stylus pro in my shirt pocket now every day. It's by far the best and hardest to lose so far :-)

    Other than that, the kids got me a little multi LED light from sears last year for fathers day that has come in handy as it has a magnet base and works great when I need a hands free light

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    So just a follow up to this old thread....the Fenix UC35 is a great flashlight still use it every day and still working great! I would and probably will buy another one but that may be long time from now.

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    I use a LED light called Light n Carry,It is a rectangular light.It has a hanging hook and a magnetic base.It is rechargable .the charge last a good 6 hours.My auto mechanic had one.It works great.I buy it on Amazon.Go on Amazon,put in Light n carry.Great light for $50.00

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    I use a light called Light nCarry model LNC1541.I get it on Amazon.Great light.Go to Amazon and puy in LIGHT n Carry,It is rechargeable LED.Lasts about 6 hours.Very bright . Sorry,Duplicate post.Dont know how to delete it.
    Last edited by Gleng; 05-08-2019 at 10:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gleng View Post
    I use a LED light called Light n Carry,It is a rectangular light.It has a hanging hook and a magnetic base.It is rechargable .the charge last a good 6 hours.My auto mechanic had one.It works great.I buy it on Amazon.Go on Amazon,put in Light n carry.Great light for $50.00
    Which one do you have? This 500 Lumen model looks interesting. Twice the price of my ClipLights, but also 3x the Lumens.

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    i have the LNC1541 small but bright and easy to hang or it has a magnetic base .Very bright.Charge lasts all dayThey also have other models available .Got mine on Amazon.Not sure who else has it.I like it enough ,that I have two of them.

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    As you already mentioned. Whoops.

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    I love my olight lights. Very bright for the size and magnetic bases. I keep the s1 in my pocket and a milwaukee m12 stick light in my bag along with my m12 screwdriver

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    I use this, up to 1800 lumens of hi CRI light.
    http://www.zebralight.com/SC600Fc-Mk...ght_p_228.html

    Ive had it about 1.5 years, and Im very happy with it. Thermal PID regulation. Also it is fully programmable so 1 click pulls up your preferred level of brightness. And 4 clicks, will show remaining battery life. (4 flashes = 100%)

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    A flashlight (more often called a torch outside North America) is a portable hand-held electric light. The source of the light is usually an incandescent light bulb (lamp) or light-emitting diode (LED). A typical flashlight consists of the light source mounted in a reflector, a transparent cover (sometimes combined with a lens) to protect the light source and reflector, a battery, and a switch. These are supported and protected by a case.

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