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    $84.99 $79.88 list($110.76)
    1. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty
    $89.99 $89.44 list($169.95)
    2. Streamlight 78014 Ultra Stinger
    $23.89 list($39.95)
    3. Streamlight 68202 ProPolymer 4AA
    $26.99 list($54.95)
    4. Streamlight 33202 ProPolymer 3C
    $23.12 $13.12 list($21.95)
    5. Streamlight 65018 Stylus White
    $49.99 list($69.00)
    6. Vector VEC139Y 3-Million Candlepower
    $84.99 $83.99 list($159.95)
    7. Streamlight 75503 Stinger HP Rechargeable
    $77.99 list($139.95)
    8. Streamlight 76014 PolyStinger
    $39.99 $39.90 list($56.34)
    9. Makita ML140 14.4-Volt Flashlight
    $79.99 $79.88 list($149.95)
    10. Streamlight 75014 Stinger Compact
    $27.50 list($49.95)
    11. Streamlight 51002 TT-3C 3C-Cell
    $32.99 list($59.95)
    12. Streamlight 51001 TT-2D 2D-Cell
    $54.99 list($99.95)
    13. Streamlight 88103 TL-3 3-Cell
    $16.79 list($28.89)
    14. Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty
    $34.99 list($59.95)
    15. Streamlight 85001 Scorpion 6,500
    $10.99 $10.90 list($16.00)
    16. Mag Instrument M2A016 Mini Mag
    $17.99 $17.90 list($29.95)
    17. Streamlight 65618 Stylus Reach
    $19.99 $18.95 list($24.99)
    18. Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy
    $29.99 list($49.95)
    19. Streamlight 51015 TT-2L 2-Cell
    $7.49
    20. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster

    1. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System
    list price: $110.76
    our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002N6SM
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
    Sales Rank: 267
    Average Customer Review: 4.65 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    You don't think about flashlights until you need one, and then it's too late to worry about dead batteries. Mag Instrument's rechargeable system guarantees light, features a top-of-the-line flashlight, and delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life. The flashlight changes from spotlight to floodlight with a turn of the head, and the 360-degree charging ring allows it to be mounted and recharged in any position. High-grade O-rings at each opening ensure resistance to water and shock. The durable hard-anodized finish protects the light from the sort of bumps and knocks that can happen in the dark. The system includes a recharging cradle, a rechargeable battery pack, two mounting brackets, a 110-volt AC converter, and a 12-volt DC cigarette-lighter adapter. ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High-intensity adjustable light beam
    • Delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • 360-degree charging ring recharges in any position

    Reviews (20)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
    As a 10 year aircraft maintainer in the US Air Force, I've used everything from standard Mag-lites, scuba divers' lights, and even penlights in a pinch. I can say this flashlight is brighter than any other I've used. It cuts my inspection time in half because I can see things 55 feet off the ground just like it was right in front of me. Don't be fooled to think a rechargeable battery pack isn't as strong as standard alkaline batteries. This isn't the case. I wouldn't trade this flashlight for anything!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Mag Lite is good for general purpose
    Having read the other reviews, I decided to add one myself:

    Many police departments standard issue Mag Lite products. The 2,3..etc D sized flashlights make reliable flashlights and their weight can also make them useful as a baton in a pinch. I have several different Mag Lights (the mini's, the 2, and a 5 D monster). They always work, the beam is generally good, and for the money, they are a good value. They are NOT the best flashlight ever made... but for 20-30-40 bucks, they are a great flashlight for about 99% of what people need flashlights for...

    If you REALLY need alot of quick light - i.e., you are planning to rely on this light for a tactical or self-defense situation, then I wouldn't buy a Mag Lite... ASP, Surefire (my favorite), Inova, etc., make much better flashlights for that situation. A Surefire C2 or Z2 model is about the size of a Mini-Mag but delivers about 5 times the light of the largest Mag LIte product... all without a focusable beam. The technology of SureFire is unparallelled, in my opine, but I think it is akin to comparing a Ferarri to a Ford... yeah, they're both cars, but that's about as far as the comparison should go... Also, most high-performance flashlights run for about an hour or so... Mag's will run longer. Also, you can go to any HD or hardware store and buy mags, batteries, lamps, etc.... try doing that with a SureFire... NOT. So there are comparative advantages and disadvantages to both...

    Mag's products are good... but you get what you pay for and not every flashlight is suitable for every application. If you are a LE officer, military, etc., it's unlikely you will want Mag Lite as the product you're going to trust your life to.... they just are not bright enough to stun someone in a life and death situation... If you want a decent reliable flashlight for home emergency use, then Mag LIte is the best product you can possibly buy.

    ...I own both for different reasons... I just wish I owned a Ford and a Ferarri too!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Becoming a dinosaur
    There is a lot going on within the technology of flashlights recently. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System is an OK rechargeable flashlight. But the technology today (ie from SureFire and others) has Mag Lights falling behind a bit technologically. For example, weight and size. IF you are in law enforcement and need and depend on escalating use of force (ie loud assured voice, large heavy flashlight, side arm, shot gun), MOST other situations only criteria for a good flashlight is how much light it puts out and the quality (no dead spots, etc) of that light. AND in the smallest, lightest package. This is where (IN GENERAL) MagLite has dropped off.
    I must say (before I get a bunch of negative votes) that I have owned 20 or 30 Mags over my working career. And the product is very durable and they are proven reliable. But for the money, I've found that Surefire offers a more powerful beam of light. Surefire is lighter too.
    I've had to depend on my MagLight many times but I've switched to SureFire. It's the 21st Century.
    John Row

    5-0 out of 5 stars Light up your life!
    This light is awesome! With 40,000 candlewatt power it will light up your entire room in your house when the power goes out-which we here in Raleigh have experienced a lot in the past few years. With 1000 recharges possible it pays for itself over and over. Can't go wrong with this one!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent.......but..........
    The flashlight is brilliant, literally. Once it's charged for the first time it's unreal. And for occasional or rare usage it is extremely practical. But, if you use it for several hours a day, you may find that it takes too long to get a full charge back into the battery. In fact, the only chance you can get it to fully charge is over the weekend. Two batteries? How can you charge the spare battery pack when it has to be in the flashlight (which has to be in the charger) to recharge? Mag Instruments are apparently working on the problem, but to this date they do not have a rapid charger, or a charging cradle for a battery pack only. You could of course buy 2 flashlights and use them on alternate days. Rather expensive though. ... Read more


    2. Streamlight 78014 Ultra Stinger Rechargeable 75,000 Candlepower Flashlight
    list price: $169.95
    our price: $89.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFSL
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 788
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 11.75¿ long
    • Powerful, rechargeable flashlight with xenon halogen bi-pin bulb produces up to 75,000 candlepower
    • Constructed of black, machined aluminum with push button switch
    • Up to 1 continuous hour of use between charges
    • Weighs 16.1 ounces

    Reviews (6)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon reshipped defective product to me! OUTRAGEOUS!
    I got my Ultrastinger from Amazon today. It has a cracked/torn rubber nipple over the on/off switch, and from all the fingemarks and other tell-tale little marks on it, it's clearly a USED, PRE-OWNED item. Other evidence: the product box was not shrink-wrapped or sealed as it should be, and the battery was fully charged (new flashlights do not come with fully charged NiCad batteries).

    I am outraged that Amazon would re-ship a returned, defective item, but that's exactly what has happened. This makes me very wary of ordering from them again. I immediately ordered that UPS come to pick this up and take it back at no charge to me. Now I have to "wait 7-12 days" AFTER they get this POS back before I get a refund. Nice.

    Also, now that I've seen the way the rubber switch cover fails, I've decided not to get this product anyway. I'll have to look into another manufacturer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST & THE BRIGHTEST!!!
    //..

    The Streamlight Ultra Stinger™ Rechargable flashlight ROCKS!!!

    I am a gadget nut, and I have a very large number of flashlights. IMHO, there is no better all-around flashlight than Streamlight's Ultra Stinger.

    It truly is amazing how bright and light-weight this flashlight is. It puts out up to 75,000 candlepower yet weighs only 1.1 pounds. Not only is it bright, but you can focus the light to a small, penetrating beam that can be seen for miles.

    Don't let the light weight fool you, however. This flashlight feels rock-solid in your hand, and it can take a licking. I take mine running almost every night, and have dropped it on the pavement more than a few times, and it just keeps going.

    The Ultra Stinger is also durable and reliable. I've had my current model for over two years now, and the battery is still fine. I did have to replace the light bulb once, but that's not bad considering how many hours it's been in use and how many times I've recharged it.

    The only flashlight that even compares to the Ultra Stinger is the SureFire 10X Dominator™. The Dominator weighs only 1.25 lbs and has a two-lamp assembly that allows you to run it at 60 lumens (roughly 36,000 CP by my calculations, about half the output of the Ultra Stinger) for up to 3 hours, or at an incredibly bright 500 lumens for up to 20 minutes. Yes, 500 lumens (or roughly 300,000 CP) is 4X brighter than the Ultra Stinger, but the light is UNFOCUSED, so the brightness is lost over any real distance as the light diffuses. When you factor in the ridiculously high price of the Dominator (the best price I could find on the Internet was $360!), you can see why I recommend the Streamlight as the overall champion. The Dominator is a great flashlight in its own right, of course, so probably the best idea is to get both.

    I have several other flashlights from Streamlight, and they are all very well-made. Nevertheless, whenever I want a nice bright flashlight, I always go for my Ultra Stinger. My only serious question about it is, how can Streamlight make the Ultra Stinger so bright and light-weight, while their other models don't even come close? The brightest flashlight in the SL- series is the SL-35, which weighs 2.8 pounds (almost 3X more than the Ultra Stinger) and puts out up to 40,000 CP (Slightly more than half that of the Ultra Stinger). Plus, it's more expensive! The MSPR on the SL-35 is $229.95 vs. $174.95 for the Ultra Stinger. That math doesn't add up.

    Other unbelievable examples: Streamlight's 3.3 pound 8-Watt Vulcan™ spotlight can generate up to 50,000 CP, and the 7.4 pound 20-Watt Litebox™ spotlight can kick out up to 70,000 CP. How is it even remotely possible that the Ultra Stinger, weighing in at 1.1 pounds and sporting a 10-Watt bulb, can out-shine these oversized hogs? The obvious answer is "runtime" - the Litebox™ can run at 20 Watts for up to 3.5 hours compared to a 1 hour runtime for the Ultra Stinger. Who cares - I'll take the Ultra Stinger every time!

    Streamlight should take their older lights off the market and replace them or update them with the better technology found in the Ultra Stinger, like they did with the new Stinger HP. The Stinger HP weighs 12.2 ounces and kicks out 40,000 CP. Plus, the beam can be focused, while the SL- series is "pre-focused".

    I'm sure that Streamlight is on the case -- the HP models are nice, and I really like the Pro Polymer LED lights, too. I just wish that they could come out with an affordable competitor to the $1,800 Maxabeam 6 million CP spotlight.

    BUY THIS FLASHLIGHT -- YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU DID!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars It's only competitor is the sun.
    I have never seen anything like this before in my life. The ratio of power to size blows my mind. I had someone shine this at me from about 50 feet away and it actually *blinded* me for about 10 seconds and I felt physically ill for about 10 minutes. If you buy this flashlight, you won't need a new one for about 50 years... because that's how long this thing was built to last.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great serviceable rechargeable light. Good quality.
    Streamlight's UltraStinger is really in a niche by itself. Mag Light's rechargeables aren't as bright and SureFire's are much more expensive, so the UltraStringer is really made for someone desiring a quality light that won't break the bank.

    Some of the nice features of this light: It's very lightweight, very bright (75,000 candlepower), run time is very good for this much light output. Well made, quality construction.

    Some of the cons about this light: Plastic lens (seems only SureFire will give you a genuine Pyrex, glass lens these days) and the spot/flood range isn't really that much of a difference (Mag's spot/flood produces a SPOT or a FLOOD). The Streamlight has a very coarse adjustment range, really being all the same style output, with very LITTLE difference in the SPOT / FLOOD. This isn't as bad as it sounds as the light produced is a very good, pure white light, I'd just like to see more variation in the range, but I'm being picky here.

    One thing's for certain; this light is much better than Mag's rechargeable and a lesser light than SureFire's 8 or 9N rechargeable. But, it's also half the price of the SureFire and 80% less than SureFire's 10-X. So, I've got to give it 5 stars for being a great value, occupying a market not really served by either Mag or SureFire.

    If you're a contractor or home inspector, this light is THE value on the market in a bright, quality constructed rechargeable.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight UltraStinger: I gotta wear shades
    I've had a Streamlight UltraStinger for a little while now. Let me say that this is one, bright light!

    +'s: BRIGHT, rechargeable, lightweight, adjustable beam from spotlight to floodlight, good quality/workmanship (not that cheap plastic stuff!), pushbutton switch (on/off/momentary on), up to 1 hour between charges, small diameter (easy for people with small hands to hold).

    -'s: expensive, slightly long, charge time is long.

    This flashlight is a little large to take with you when walking the dog, but it's not too bulky so you can bring it if you want.

    This package from Amazon comes with both chargers (wall and car) so it's very convenient to throw it back in the charger when you are done using it. The charger is made so that you can place the flashlight into it by sliding it in from the top, or "snapping" it in from the front. A nice feature if you are limited on space when mounting the charger.

    I have one in the car to read those street signs on those dark roads. Just as good as a Q-Beam spotlight, but smaller.

    Would I get another one? Definitely! They are expensive, but you get what you pay for. ... Read more


    3. Streamlight 68202 ProPolymer 4AA Flashlight with 7 Ultra Bright White LEDs
    list price: $39.95
    our price: $23.89
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFS8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 44
    Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com

    You'll be blown away by the light that comes from this little unit-—it's amazing. It provides a bright swath of light so much bigger than what we expected. Seven super-bright, 100,000-hour light-emitting diodes LEDs mean you'll never have to replace a bulb. We love its ergonomic shape and how it feels in hand. Even with its included batteries loaded, it weighs just six ounces. A helmet clamp is available to affix it to your headgear. We think this is the perfect light for camping, for police and fire professionals, electricians, plumbers (because it's waterproof!), and homeowners for when the power fails.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

    Features

    • Run time of up to 155 hours on 4 AA alkaline batteries
    • Weighs 6.3 ounces
    • 6.5-inches long
    • Compact flashlight featuring 7 ultra bright White LEDs and tailcap switching
    • Constructed of yellow, waterproof, non-conductive thermoplastic, Class 1 Div 1 listed

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best value for a flashlight
    This is the first LED light I have found that can really replace that clunky-yet-popular aluminum brand. This light has a smoother, whiter beam than a Krypton lamp (the kind pretty much all standard flashlights use). Xenon bulbs are brighter than the LED's, but Xenon flashlights only have one bulb that is overheating, delicate, expensive, and inefficient. Instead of just one or two LEDs like cheaper lights, this one uses 7 of the highest quality LEDs I have seen. The LEDs are efficient, run at a low temperature (because they produce so little wasted heat), are durable if dropped, and don't burn out.

    It is comparable to a typical light that uses 2 C-cell batteries, but a smoother beam without black spots. A set of 4 AA batteries lasts for the better part of a week, as opposed to the old piece of garbage light you keep in the closet that only goes for about half of a day on 2 C batteries.

    If you live in an area where you can lose power for almost a whole day (or occassionally several days in a bad storm), this is a flashlight that you can actually use. Leave it on in the middle of the room until the power comes back so you don't trip on anything. They also make a model that uses C-cells, has 10 LEDs instead of 7, and lasts twice as long.

    5-0 out of 5 stars intensely modern and efficient
    This slick, multi-LED-bulbed beauty is well worth the premium price (compared to other, more mundane flashlights.) It is well-designed and uses but a fraction of the battery power of its traditional Ray-oVac, etc rivals. It is a broad flood-light pattern, so hold on to your Mag-lites for the smaller, more focused jobs.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight ignors defect, no way to treat customers.
    I like this light, it does what I expected except one of the seven LED is out.
    I made contact with Streamlight the day my light arrived yet have had NO response,
    its been 7 weeks. Is it too much to ask for a product to preform as designed? I paid for a 7 LED light not a 6. All I need is a replacement bulb head.
    StreamLight, I hope you see this and change your ways, with good products good service must follow. I would have ordered more but if this is an "AS-IS" product at premium prices I'll look long and hard before spending my money on any streemlight products. I tell it the way I know best and regret negitive info, I hope its just an oversight but have seen others telling the same here at Amazon.

    3-0 out of 5 stars LED Failure!
    Based on other reviewers' comments, I must have the only faulty example of this flashlight Streamlight has produced. The 4AA performs well indoors, but lacks the light output to be considered adequate for all-around use. Light output diminishes rapidly after only a few hours, and the manufacturer's claims of hundreds of hours of light output are exaggerated. In addition, the LED's in my light began to fail after only about five house of use. First, one LED began blinking and then went out altogether. Finally only three of the seven LED's were burning. I have returned the light to Streamlight with the hopes they would replace this faulty product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The only Flashlight youll ever need
    Unless you need a beam that will light up and object 30+ feet away you will consider the battery life and effectivness of this flashlight as worth 3 times its cost. I like this one better than my maglite 4 D battery light. But the mag light is better when you need to see far ahead. Still I would highly recomment this one if you need a general duty flashlight and worry about bulb and battery repacement every 25 hours or so.
    Best emergency flashlight imaginable. ... Read more


    4. Streamlight 33202 ProPolymer 3C Flashlight with 10 Ultra Bright White LEDs
    list price: $54.95
    our price: $26.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFS9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 181
    Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 8.55 inches long
    • Alkaline flashlight containing 10 ultra bright White LEDs with clip and tailcap switching.
    • Constructed of yellow, waterproof, non-conductive thermoplastic, Class 1 Div 1 listed
    • Run time of up to 336 hours on 3 C alkaline batteries
    • Weighs 13.5 ounces

    Reviews (9)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor performer underwater/ NOT shock resistant
    I bought one of these lights to work underwater and the seals failed filling the battery compartment with water. Streamlight replaced it, but when dropped from 4 feet to a carpeted floor it failed..replacement LED is 37.95 with shipping and replacement Streamlight 3C LED can be had for $39.00 so...I am tossing the Streamlight 3C LED in trash can and taking the loss...Sorry, but this item is not reliable, durable, or dependable..such a surprise for a company with such a good rep

    5-0 out of 5 stars Once you've had LED you'll never go back.
    This thing puts out an amazing amount of light and the batteries last forever. I keep one in the trunk of every car I own (3).

    3-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight 33202 LED 3C NOT Waterproof
    Everything said about this flashlight is spot on except for the fact that after using underwater in less than 10 feet, the battery compartment leaked and the batteries turned to rusted mush. So much for the claims of being waterproof!!! Otherwise a really nice flashlight but not the rugged competitor it claims to be...
    So far have not heard from the manufacturer about servicing the warranty...will let you know

    3-0 out of 5 stars It grows on you
    Very nice product for what it does, but it takes some getting used to. First the good. Appears very durable and has a nice feel to it when carrying. Excellent for inside a house, such as during a power outage. The white light is very diffuse and wide angle illuminating a large area or an entire room.

    Now for the not-so-good. The on switch in at the end of unit - inconvenient. The LED light is very different from the traditional flashlights and may not be what you expect. The light is not focused. Used outdoors, the diffuse light will illuminate I found relatively good up to only about 30 feet. The beam cannot be focused from a diffuse pattern to a sharp compact beam. My mag light is definitely better for outdoors.

    Overall, nice product but it serves a niche. Definitely not the only flashlight I would want - or need - to own.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Don't Drop This Flashlight
    Contrary to what a previous reviewer said about being able to throw it against a wall without breaking it, this flashlight did not survive a 2 foot fall from my young childs hand onto the street this Halloween evening.

    It is broken and no longer working. I had it a week. Update 11/14/03-after several emails back and forth, the company did send a free replacement LED bulb unit. The flashlight works again. Only thing now is that they sent blue LED lights instead of the white ones I had originall purchased. I've raised the ranking one more star for their response, albeit flawed.

    Be careful it is fragile despite it's looks. Don't be fooled by claims by other reviewers who have not put it through a simple test by a child dropping it. ... Read more


    5. Streamlight 65018 Stylus White LED Pen Light
    list price: $21.95
    our price: $23.12
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFS5
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 112
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 6.21" long
    • Ultra slim, waterproof, White LED pen light is visible from over a mile away
    • Black, aluminum body with ridged grip and pocket clip
    • Run time of up to 60 hours on 3 AAAA alkaline batteries, included in purchase
    • Weighs 1.1 ounces

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best pen light out there!
    This little thing is thin, lightweight, solid construction, and cranks out more lux than I've ever seen from any other pen light. Incredibly handy and not heavy when you find it stuck in your mouth for 20 minutes looking for something that fell into one of those crevices under your car seat that is, for all intents and purposes, a black hole. You'll have a hard time finding AAAA batteries at most stores (not that you'll need them often as it runs A LONG TIME per set), but here's a trick. Peal open a good quality (copper top) 9 volt battery and inside you'll find 6 AAAA batteries that will fit!!! I will be getting one of these for each car since I've discovered this nifty trick!! For this price at amazon, it's a must have and great gift that anybody is likely to appreciate.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Dependable
    While not the brightest flashlight, The stylus is ultra dependable.
    I've had mine three or four years, it has bounced around my motorcycle bags on camping trips, sits beside my bed in case of power outages, etc.
    It is very usable lighting your way walking, tasklighting, etc. I would not use it to investigate a dark warehouse.
    AAAA batteries not too easy to find, but they last forever it seems. ... Read more


    6. Vector VEC139Y 3-Million Candlepower Mega Sport Rechargeable Spot
    by Vector
    list price: $69.00
    our price: $49.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000077CPB
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Vector
    Sales Rank: 2443
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Two 6-volt, 6-amp/hr rechargeable batteries included
    • Twin-beam, ultrawhite, halogen blue bulbs
    • Beam as bright as 3 million candles
    • Rugged weatherproof housing
    • 12-volt DC power charging cord and a 110-volt AC household charger adapter

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars I Like It
    Overall: This is a very good portable light. It practically turns night into day wherever you point it and for a good deal of the peripheral area around your targeted area, if that makes sense.

    Pros: Really, really bright. There's no hype there. This thing is like two car headlamps strapped together and placed in your hand.

    The sealed lead-acid batteries (there are two, one in the bottom "block" and one in the upper part behind the lamps themselves) are strong, reliable, and long-lasting.

    Cons: It's somewhat heavy for one-handed operation, but it comes with an optional strap which you can throw over your shoulder to have to keep from supporting the entire weight with your hand. It may sound awkward as I describe it, but it works very well.

    The fit-and-finish is only "average". It's made overseas like so many things these days, and some of the labels, ports/connectors feel less than optimal, but I consider this criticism to be a nit. The things I've mentioned are really only aesthetic and don't affect the light's performance.

    And a caution: The lens gets very very hot after use, so you need to store it with that in mind until it cools down after several minutes.

    Conclusion: Highly recommended. If you need powerful, portable light, this is it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars BEST LIGHT EVER
    This is without a doubt, no question, the best flashlight in the world. This light should not even be considered a flashlight. It looks like a helicopter is shining at whatever you are pointing this thing at. It is that powerful. This will shine up anything you want, for up to one mile away. It is absolutely amazing. You will never be short of light again with this flashlight/helicopter spotlight. Buy it today.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Mega Disappointment
    This item was advertised as shipping within 1-2 days. In fact, 11 days passed before it was shipped. It took a total of 14 days to arrive from the time I placed my order. Amazon's poor customer service was matched by the mediocre quality of this item. It's bright, but poorly made and so heavy it is awkward to use. I advise avoiding Amazon.com and this item.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Spotlight on the Market
    I've had this spotlight for almost two years and I've never have any problems. First of all I believe it's the brightest customer spotlight on the market. It comes with two bulbs 1.5 million candlepower each. I suggest just having one bulb on at a time because it still is much brighter than you'll probably need for most cases and it more than doubles battery time. Speaking of which is great. I've never done any tests but with average use I charge it about once a month. The area light on it is great. It's much much brighter than most flashlights and because it only uses a fraction of the power than the twin beams do you can easily get 20 to 30 hours on a single charge. Also one thing I don't know if was mentioned in the product preview is that it works as a 12-volt car plug in. Which means anything you can plug into your car (i.e. cell phone, CD player) can be plugged in to the front DC charger. So you can run your cell phone or something off this thing. You can get an adapter and change this into a normal household plug in. Overall, this is a perfect for pretty much anyone.

    5-0 out of 5 stars peace of mind
    I bought this item originally for my boyfriend who lives in a very secluded area and very often has power outages.

    We have used it on an unexpected night sailing trip and numerous other occasions. All around it is really handy and very powerful.

    I bought one for myself and will never need another flashlight. ... Read more


    7. Streamlight 75503 Stinger HP Rechargeable 40,000 Candlepower Flashlight
    list price: $159.95
    our price: $84.99
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    Asin: B00008BFSK
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 7092
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    Features

    • 8.25" long
    • High performance, rechargeable flashlight with xenon halogen bi-pin bulb producing up to 40,000 candlepower
    • Constructed of black, machined aluminum housing with push button switch
    • Up to 1 continuous hour of use between charges
    • Weighs 12.2 ounces

    8. Streamlight 76014 PolyStinger Rechargeable 15,000 Candlepower Flashlight
    list price: $139.95
    our price: $77.99
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    Asin: B00008BFSH
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 5703
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    Features

    • 7.4¿ long
    • Powerful, rechargeable flashlight with xenon bi-pin bulb produces up to 15,000 candlepower
    • Constructed of yellow, super tough, non conductive polymer with rubber non-slip grip
    • Up to 1 continuous hour of use between charges
    • Weighs 8.7 ounces

    9. Makita ML140 14.4-Volt Flashlight POD Style
    list price: $56.34
    our price: $39.99
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    Asin: B000056OXT
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Makita
    Sales Rank: 2358
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Uses 14.4-volt battery 1433 or 1422
    • Uses the same battery and charger as other 14.4-volt Makita tools
    • Over 2 hours of continuous illumination from a single charge
    • 4 Position flashlight head; 0°, 45°, 90°, 110°
    • Replacement bulb stores in head for convenience

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST tool I own.....Period!
    I know it sounds crazy but this is the best tool I own. This flashlight was free mail-in rebate when i bought a 14.4volt drill about 8 years ago. I'm now building a new house and use this flashlight every day. It's take'n ALOT of abuse over the years (being dropped more times than I can count). I own alot of power tools, battery and electric, but use no single tool more than this light. The years of dirt and grim have taken there toll on the power contacts in the swivel head so I have to swivel the head to keep the light lit sometimes now. [The price]is alot to spend on a flashlight but I'm here ... to buy another one because I can't live without it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Light, Nice Bonus
    I got this work light as a bonus when I bought the reconditioned cordless drill package 6233DWBEL (a great buy!). It's a good work companion and I can't complain about its convenience and performance. It uses the same batteries as the drill and many other 14.4V Makita products. But, this light just doesn't have the same feel of sturdiness as my PorterCable 19.2V work lights. The body and the swivel head mechanism don't appear to be as durable as the PorterCable model. Don't get me wrong. Makita is one of my brands, and I love the drill, but I would not buy this flashlight by itself at the price being asked. Maybe I'm partial to PorterCable, but the bodies of their work lights seem to be better quality.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bright
    I own a Makita 9.6 volt flashlight and love it. This 14.4 is much brighter. The only complaint would be that it is not balanced well because of the heavier battery. ... Read more


    10. Streamlight 75014 Stinger Compact Rechargeable 15,000 Candlepower Flashlight
    list price: $149.95
    our price: $79.99
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    Asin: B00008BFSI
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 456
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 7.4¿ long
    • Compact, powerful, rechargeable flashlight with xenon bi-pin bulb produces up to 15,000 candlepower
    • Constructed of black, machined aluminum with push button switch
    • Up to 1 continuous hour of use between charges
    • Weighs 10 ounces

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight Stinger: Great rechargeable light
    The Stinger is a great rechargeable light. It's small yet provides a bright amount of light for about an hour. With the adjustable lens, you can choose a floodlight or spotlight.

    The Stinger comes with two charging cradles and an AC cord and DC cord so you can have one in your car and one at home. Therefore you can always have your Stinger charging to be used whenever you need it. The extra bulb in the tailcap is also nice.

    +'s: small, bright, fits easy in your hands, adjustable beam, 1 hour run time, you can charge the battery without taking it out of the flashlight, charging cradles allow you to place the flashlight from the top or "snapped" in from the front.

    -'s: long charge time unless you buy the "fast" charger.

    If you need to constantly use a flashlight that is small but powerful (security guard, handyman, plumber), the Stinger will not disappoint you. The rechargeable battery will save you money in the long run.

    Although expensive, it is good quality and I would buy this flashlight again. For a brighter light, check out the Stinger HP which is rated almost 3 times as bright. ... Read more


    11. Streamlight 51002 TT-3C 3C-Cell Twin-Task Flashlight
    list price: $49.95
    our price: $27.50
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    Asin: B00008VE4I
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 651
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 1.7" D x 9" L
    • 6 LED/Xenon bulb combination flashlight offers super brightness and long run times
    • Constructed of black machined aluminum with knurled grip and push button switch
    • 3 C-cell alkaline batteries provide up to 160 hours of run time for the LEDs and up to 5 hours for the xenon bulb
    • Weighs .989 pounds

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Work with this. You'll love it.
    This is my first flashlight. The reason i chose this is because it has a combination of both LED n Xenon, for close n far view respectively. I use it for my work in the aviation industry. Just by the 6 LEDs alone enable me to carry out my inspections that is about 20feet away. Needless to say about the Xenon bulb. ;)
    Two cons about this flashlight are it is a little heavy as it hold 3 C-size batts and the focus beam does not seem to achieve the standard that i want.
    Overall, this is great stuff!!!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Real Tactical Flashlight
    This is a true tactical flashlight which gives you three settings depending on your requirement. At the lowest setting this light is the most powerful flashlight I've owned. The smaller, low battery drain bulbs(3 or 6 burn setting) shoot powerful "blue" light like a science fiction laser ray gun. I use mine to walk my dog in evening. This torch really gets people' attention. Due to it's heavy duty construction it's a bit on the heavy side. But then this thing is sturdy enough to double as a small baton.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Two for the price of one.
    This is a great flashlight. I have two other LED flashlights and they are good but they don't fit the bill when you need a BRIGHT light. With this I have both, the LEDs are bright and will give you what you need 90% of the time, But when you need more you just turn on the Xenon and you have a very bright light. I also like the strong metal case, it has the feel of a Mag light. If you have been thinking about getting a LED flashlight this is the one to get. (they make other sizes you might like for yourself) ... Read more


    12. Streamlight 51001 TT-2D 2D-Cell Twin-Task Flashlight
    list price: $59.95
    our price: $32.99
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    Asin: B00008VE4G
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 1946
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    Features

    • 2.2" D x 8.35" L
    • 10 LED/Xenon bulb combination flashlight offers super brightness and long run times
    • Constructed of black machined aluminum with knurled grip and push button switch
    • Two D alkaline batteries provide up to 80 hours of run time for the LEDs and up to 9.5 hours for the xenon bulb
    • Weighs 1.39 pounds

    13. Streamlight 88103 TL-3 3-Cell Lithium Tactical Flashlight
    list price: $99.95
    our price: $54.99
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    Asin: B00008VE4C
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 6527
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • .9" D x 6.25" L
    • Compact, powerful, tactical flashlight with focusable xenon bi-pin bulb
    • Black machined aluminum with tailcap/rotary on-off, removable pocket clip and adjustable wrist lanyard
    • Three 3-volt lithium batteries provide up to one hour of continuous use
    • Weighs 7 ounces

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality and price for a 200 lumens flashlight!
    I admire Streamlight for bringing a quality, well designed, lithium powered, high output flashlight to the marketplace and not charging an arm and a leg such as Surefire does. This flashlight is a bargain at this price, and its comes complete wirh a back-up xenon bulb in the lamp endcap, as well. If you want an exceptionally bright, very compact light, that weighs very little compared to all those 3C and 2D monsters - this is the flashlight for you! ... Read more


    14. Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight
    list price: $28.89
    our price: $16.79
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    Asin: B00002N6SJ
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
    Sales Rank: 302
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High intensity adjustable light beam
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • Candle mode feature for hands free light
    • Spare lamp in the tail cap

    Reviews (5)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Used to be the Best Brand but still dependable!
    The Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight used to be my most used flashlight. Now a days, there is a lot going on with the technology of flashlights. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Maglight brand has fallen behind a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for minor emergencies NOT involving looking for criminals, terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight is perfect for a tool box or deep pocket. The product is very durable and they are proven reliable. Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , the Surefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every important aspect of flashlights - usable light power, size, durability and weight. The Mag light brand just isn't keeping up with the new technology. And that's too bad for us who value product loyalty.
    The Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight is STILL a good value and I have several in the house and the vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.
    John Row

    5-0 out of 5 stars Durable and Reliable
    The 2 c-cell MagLight is durable and reliable. Being a pilot I use a flashlight for all night flights. For safety's sake I cannot afford to have a flashlight with a flimsy switch, cheap construction etc. Mag Instruments makes a great light period.

    The 2 c-cell model is a bit large for the average kitchen drawer or auto glove compartment. But it works great for aviation and should be equally suited for boating, camping etc.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Just the right size for everyday use
    I have several D-cell Mag Lights and one AA-cell Mag light, but the former were too large and the latter too small to grab and run check on this or that when the need arose. The C-cell light is just the right size. I was pleased to see a History channel Egyptologist carrying the same one, a few months after I bought mine.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Tough, handy size
    The best 2 C-cell flashlight I've owned. Fits in the glovebox easily so your kids and wife won't "borrow" it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fear of the dark
    I am using Mag Flashlight for 3 years. It has never made me upset. If you afraid from the dark try MAG flaslight, it kills the dark in every condition. Rain, mist or dust can't stop it. ... Read more


    15. Streamlight 85001 Scorpion 6,500 Candlepower Flashlight
    list price: $59.95
    our price: $34.99
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    Asin: B00008BFSF
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 697
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 4.9 inches long
    • Compact, powerful, xenon bi-pin bulb flashlight producing up to 6,500 candlepower
    • Machined aluminum housing with rubber armored sleeve
    • Up to 1 hour of continuous run time using 2 3-volt lithium batteries
    • Weighs 4.4 ounces

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars That's 6,500 Candlepower alright!
    One night I was fixing my speakers in the rear of the car. I used my Scorpion Streamlight to give me some extra light. For some reason I accidently left the flashlight on when it was sitting on the backseat. Meanwhile, several minutes later I smelled some burning and it was the Scorpion slowly burning a hole through my back seat. I was upset but surprised by the power of this little flashlight. Whenever I bust out this little guy out my friends react in awe by how much light comes from this little flashlight. I'm quite pleased but the batteries aren't cheap. My advice on batteries are to look for some on Ebay that run cheaper and buy in bulk. It has a nice rubberized grip for nice handling. I even hold it with my teeth when my hands are occuppied as I look at my engine in my car at night. This flashlight kicks the shizzle out of a maglite but it really drains the batteries if you have it one for a long time.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very good general purpose flashlight
    Streamlight Scorpion is a very good general purpose flashlight, as the light is bright, and quite even when the beam is set tigth. The light is easy to operate with tailcap end click-on switch, but there is no separate momentary switch. You can depress the click-on switch halfway down to get the same effect, but that is not as good a solution as a separate momentary switch would have been.

    The light is brigth with fresh batteries, but the light dims quite fast as the batteries are used. The light bulb heats up with constant use, and that can melt a hole into the plastic lens. That has happened twice to me, as the light has been clicked on accidentally without me noticing that. The light beam is adjustable, but when adjusted wide, there are some serious dark rings on the beam. The body of the flashlight is covered with rubber sleeve. I like the feel of that, although it is possible that the flashlight can stick to clothing when removed from pocket, but I haven't any problems like that.

    This flashlight is a very good choice for general purpose flashlight, and the price is reasonable. It is not suitable for a tactical light (for law enforcement, for example), mainly because it has no momentary switch.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Bright Light in a Small Package
    The Streamlight Scorpion is a small light that puts out a lot of brightness for its size.

    Powered by 2, 3-volt lithium batteries this flashlight is pretty small (both in diameter and length). You'll be amazed how such a small flashlight can light up a room or an object at night.

    The pushbutton switch is on the bottom of the light, so that might take getting used to. It's a three function switch (on/off/momentary on). The body of the flashlight is coated with rubber, so it's easy to grip if your hands are wet. However, this makes it difficult to bring out if you keep it in your pants pocket or a holster.

    The beam quality is nice: no "holes" or "rings" in the spotlight.

    Pluses: small size, bright light, manufacturer with good reputation for quality, lithium batteries have 10 year shelf life.

    Minues: Takes 3-Volt lithium batteries (can be expensive), flashlight is fairly expensive.

    This is a good light to keep in the car glove compartment for emergencies because it's small and the lithium batteries will keep for a long time.

    Would I buy this again? Yes, but because of the cost I would make sure that I don't lose it. ... Read more


    16. Mag Instrument M2A016 Mini Mag Lite AA Flashlight
    list price: $16.00
    our price: $10.99
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    Asin: B00002N6SL
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
    Sales Rank: 169
    Average Customer Review: 3.55 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High intensity adjustable light beam
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • Candle mode feature for hands free light
    • Spare lamp in the tail cap

    Reviews (29)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best Little Light Bar NONE!
    I own every 2 - 6 D Cell Mag Lite makes. Finest flashlights you can buy. I own 3 AA Mini Mags for both my cars and office. Problem is I think I'm starting to collect them! They're truly a work of art as their motto states and as durable a light there is. There's a Fry's Electronics store near my house and the other day I saw a Mini Mag in Pewter. Gorgeous. Didn't buy it, but I think next time I'm there I will just to have it. (Wife say's it's a problem.) Colors of these flashlights are truly gorgeous (especially the Purple, Blue, and Pewter) on their aircraft aluminum body. A great accessory is the nylon case that will protect the flashlight. If you're planning on purchasing the AA Mini Mag or any of the Mag Lite line of flashlights take the thing apart and see how they're made and you'll know why I'm hooked. :-)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive light, inexpensive batteries, good light... but
    there are better lights out there. Of course they cost more money. I have 5 or 6 of these floating around between cars, night stand, wifes night stand etc. They work great, last a long time, and if something happens to them (battery leaks, run over with tank etc) you just chuck it and buy a new one.

    That said, when you are looking for a flashlight that you have to rely on and you don't want to carry 3 or 4 with you, I'd look to an LED flashlight. LEDs don't burn out very fast, runtime on batteries is WAY longer. My personal favorite is the Inova x5. 5 LEDs, 20 hour runtime on one set of batteries, waterproof, and brighter than a mini mag by far. It just costs 3-4 times as much, which is why I have one of them instead of 4.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great little flashlight
    When three tornadoes hit my boarding school, I came to realize the importance of a flashlight (which I didnt have at the time, unfortunately). Realizing my error in not owning such an essential item, I immediately went to the store and bought one. My family has owned (and lost) numerous flashlights, and our Mag lite are by far the best flashlights we've ever owned. Some flashlights go on and off as the battery jiggles around, die as soon as you drop them, or just aren't made to live long. Mag lites are definitely NOT these flashlights! My mini Maglite has been dropped, kicked, stomped, squished, thrown, everything... and it still works great! It's three years old now and still works like it did on day one. It doesn't suck batteries dry, which is definitely a plus, and the light is constant. It doesn't flicker on and off if teh battery somehow shakes. I love how you can change the beam to cover a large area or focus in on a small area. It's great for late night reading in the dorm rooms. Now I even own a small MagLite Solitaire for my keychain. It's very small but just as powerful. Altogether, a great little flashlight and an excellent price.

    3-0 out of 5 stars "Mini Mag a power 'shack', not a powerhouse"
    In the last decade, people have been rooting for this small flashlight that was always considered to be cool, with it's aircraft aluminum 'armour', and bright beam. This thing was once considered to be more popular than a lightsaber.

    These qualities stand to this day and should be considered should you buy this as a gift or lighting tool for someone. It's strong reaching beam fires a fair distance in spot mode, and a moderately effective flood mode lights up a room quite nicely.

    Now, with these kudos, there are some things to keep in mind when buying this light:

    Unless you get silver/puter or light blue, this black knight can be easily lost in the dark if you don't have it on. Also, the fact that it's a heavy duty metal doesn't help it's chances from a fairly tall fall. This thing is not shock absorbent. Maybe it's casing is, but it's innards aren't. And to top it all off, this flashlight is more thirsty for batteries than a 5 litre gas guzzling Mustang. After a good half hour, it dims a litte, but a little too soon.

    So, what do I recommend above the Mini Mag? Two great recommendations: the Energizer Double Barrel 'xenon' flashlight, with it's great looks, and better battery life. The xenon bulb is also brighter than the Mag's 'T-Bulb'. Another great light is the Rayovac AA Industrial flashlight. Now, this flashlight does not have the same distance reach as the Mini Mag (in spot mode) since this light is built with a 'wide spot', that acts like a super (and I mean super for an AA light) mini spot light, and maybe not at long distances, but at least for lighting up.....the WOODS! I find this to be the best light for when you're lost in the woods. If you are one of those people who walk a lot at night, especially near any forests and wooded areas, then the Rayovac AA Industrial light is the one-if you aren't interested in an L.E.D lights, which should be your first choice. You'd probably think that a Rayovac AA flashlight wouldn't be powerful enough for to light up the thick of the woods in the night and twenty feet in front of you...well, guess again!! You'd better get one and try it out. It's output is nearly as bright as a 2D Maglite in flood mode. Really! I carry it everywhere with me (knapsack). And mega shock resistant!!

    So, hats off to Mag for a great run, and for making a cool and powerful light with a few self defeating faults.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Simple, tough, American- made and versatile
    These are perfect for the car or toolbox; small, reliable, and rugged. The two-pin bulb can also be replaced with a very small LED (off-the-shelf, not a MAG product obviously) for easily reading azimuth scales on your backyard telescope while stargazing. ... Read more


    17. Streamlight 65618 Stylus Reach White LED Pen Light with 7" Flexible Cable Extension
    list price: $29.95
    our price: $17.99
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    Asin: B00008BFS6
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 618
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 7" long (folded), 14" long (extended)
    • Ultra slim, waterproof, White LED penlight with 7" flexible cable extension
    • Black, aluminum body with ridged grip, pocket clip and insulated PVC cable extension
    • Run time of up to 60 hours on 3 AAAA alkaline batteries, included in purchase
    • Weighs 1.7 ounces

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars usefull
    Great light. Brighter than expected, and small head doesn't block view in small places. Very good in confined places under dashes and fits in shirt pocket so ready to use any time. ... Read more


    18. Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight
    list price: $24.99
    our price: $19.99
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    Asin: B00002N6SH
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
    Sales Rank: 1436
    Average Customer Review: 3.05 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Review

    Unless you've been hiding in the dark for the last few decades, you're sure to recognize this classic from Mag Instrument. The solid dependability of Mag flashlights is hard to top, which explains why the brand is so popular with police officers, security guards, and other people who can't afford to be left in the dark. This three-D-cell model is great for home use and an essential part of any home emergency kit. It shines as bright as most homeowners could ask for, and a simple twist of the head changes the beam from a spot to a luminous floodlight. Having a Mag flashlight on hand can keep an inconvenience, like a November blackout, from becoming a small disaster. It is also a great light for illuminating the woods and keeping the bears at bay on summer camping trips. The weighty feel of a Mag-Lite also offers a sense of security in the dark that other flashlights just don't have, enough to give you the confidence to confront any basement bogeyman or mountain monster. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High intensity adjustable light beam
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
    • Spare lamp in the tail cap

    Reviews (21)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Another Mag Lite I used to Love
    The Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight was another of my past favorites that got a lot of use. Now a days, there is a lot going on with the technology of flashlights. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Maglight brand has fallen behind a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for minor emergencies NOT involving looking for criminals, terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight is perfect for a tool box but a bit too big for a deep pocket. The product is very durable and they are proven reliable. Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , the Surefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every important aspect of flashlights - usable light power, size, durability and weight. The Mag light brand just isn't keeping up with the new technology. And that's too bad for us who value product loyalty.
    The Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight is STILL a good value and I have several in the house and the vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.
    John Row

    3-0 out of 5 stars " CLUNK ! "
    I've bought some Mini-Mag's before, but even though Streamlight and Pelican were coming out with these new terrific lights, I realized that dealers were hard to find, and although Maglite is the older kid on the block, they are easy to find, and it's still a great light. I bought my second 3-D size at my local "Wally Mart" and went to work the next night (I do mobile security). I've owned a 3-D size before and always found it better than anything I've ever used, aside from a super Coleman 9-V lantern. Sometimes I end up in alleys, corridors, and even my favourite, fields that are growing new but under construction houses. Still, nothing makes me feel safer (super boof on the head if under aggresion by a hoodlum) and well prepared with it's great power, both in spot and flood modes.

    Here comes the bad news. I almost forgot that my other light died from the same reason this one did. I have dropped both of them a few times (clumsy me), yet was reminded that these are shock resistant. Well, on a fateful day in an office building, with new batteries too, I accidently dropped my Mag and as it hit the 'carpeted' floor, it went off. I tried to turn it back on, but after a few tries and even changing the bulb just in case it was burnt out, I realized that my Mag had expired. Terrific. The other downfall is that if you drop it and it switches off while you're in the dark, good luck finding it if you're in the woods. That happened to me once, but I ALWAYS carry a backup Mini-Mag, so I found it later (it's black, and trying to find it in the woods with dark branches around isn't easy, so it's hard to find).

    Take this as good advice: buy it if you are in the woods or on softer ground-two of mine died falling onto carpets. The other thing is to at least get the "silver" or "light blue" coloured versions. At least they're easier to find in moonlight. I just got the black since the black looks best. Ah, still. Hats off to Mag.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Maglites are the best!!!!
    Come On!!! Many people have said that this brand is just ot heavy, and that you shouldn't by it because other brands are lighter. Well, unless ur a cop, these lights are great! Perfect for camping and blackouts, especailly the mini maglite. I would recommend the 3 Cell, its not to heavy, unlike the 4, 5 and even 6 cell ones. Also, remember to register yours at Maglite.com

    1-0 out of 5 stars Old Technology
    These were cool once, but by today's standards the light output is very poor. My SureFire and Arc flashlights are much brighter, more robust and a fraction of the size.

    1-0 out of 5 stars maglite no longer measures up
    Once upon a time these were considered top of the line, mostly by law enforment that actually prized these lights because they were sturdy and they could bash people over the head with them. They were prized more for their club like appearance than the actual crappy beam that came out of them. Over the years I have discovered numerous companies that actually try to make a better light, Surefire, Streamlight, Pelican, and Arc, to name a few. These newer lights use newer technologies, new xneon bulbs and no bulbs in the case of the new led based lights. It's too bad that maglite has been left in the stoneage of lighting products and now from a competitive standpoint must use other means of competing. From recent observations mag has chosen to try to simply place lawsuits against their competitors to try to destroy these new line companies out of existence. Sorry for the rant folks but no discussion of mag can be done without mentioning their extremely distasteful business practices. So I say to mag, spend your money on research and development, improve your now pitiful lights and let your product be your ultimate statement of company direction. Fire your vast team of legal experts who continue to be a blight on the civilized world and welcome competition which you apparently find so repugnant.
    so for anyone who bothered to read this, frequent the companies I mentioned above for superior lighting products and boldly step into the 21st century of lighting and see how delightful it can be. The bonus is you can still use your old maglites as clubs and weapons which they were designed to be. ... Read more


    19. Streamlight 51015 TT-2L 2-Cell Lithium Twin-Task Flashlight
    list price: $49.95
    our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008VE4P
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 4094
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 1.34 ¿D x 5.43¿ L
    • 3 LED/Xenon bulb combination lithium battery powered flashlight offers super brightness
    • Constructed of titanium colored machined aluminum with knurled grip and push button switch
    • Two 3-volt lithium batteries provide up to 28 hours of run time for the LEDs and over 2 hours for the xenon bulb
    • Weighs .337 pounds

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome, The Best Flashlight Out There
    This Streamlight is brighter than a Surefire, cost less and has a longer battery run time when turned on.

    I have looked all over the internet for the best price on 3 volt lithium batteries for my Streamlight Twin-Task 2-cell lithium flashlight and Surefire does offer the best deal(surprised) 12 3-volt lithium batteries for $$$ at [online] . The 2nd best deal is [online] for those people who are interested.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Flashlight, Great For Any Situation
    I don't know what that guy from White Plains, NY USA is talking about. This Streamlight Flashlight has 72 lumens(about 43,333 candle power)of brightness, Last 2.5 hours with full brightness and 28 hours with the 3 LEDs when Surefire flashlights come with 65 lumens(39,000 candle power) of brightness, 1 hour of use and no optional LEDs(and never will, streamlight has a patent on there dual LED/xenon flashlights). The price is also great for this flashlight and much cheaper than Surefire. I use this flashlight for everything, I just gave one to my nephew for his birthday, he is an Explorer for San Fernando P.D. and he loved it, especially the two choices of brightness for different situations. The only thing that is true about this great flashlight is the adjustable beam does not work that good but the light does not even need adjusting it is perfect the way it is. Surefire does not even offer this feature but both lights have the same style light beam. I also own a Streamlight rechargeable Ultra Stinger and I could not be more happier with this flashlight, it has 75,000 candle power(the power of this light is incredible) and a adjustable floodlight that does work very well. I think Surefire flashlights are a little over rated for the price they charge. If you want a good quality flashlight that is just as good as Surefire if not better than get a Streamlight for half or more off the price than a Surefire.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Highly Recommended
    Please check out the review I wrote on this model under Sporting Goods or click on "more about me". A great all around flashlight with the advantage of being able to conserve the batteries when using the LED mode. The Xenon bulb is not as bright as it's cousin, the Tactical TL-2 Xenon model only. This is the one I picked for camping, power emergencys,& to keep in the car for emergencys. I use the other model mentioned for self protection at night for it really puts out a brighter & intense light which will temporarily blind an attacker in the dark. These were recommended to me by a law enforcement officer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect flashlight for all occations
    I cant say enough about the products from streamlight. I purchased this light about 3 months ago & couldnt be happier. The light features both LEDx3 and Xenon bulbs. The LEDs work great for some basic flood lighting when you are trying to find something in the dark. The Xenon comes in handy when you are doing something specific and need to see every detail. Like I said, I have had it 3 months and havent replaced the batteries yet with moderate use.
    Everything is manufactured to the upmost extreme. The case is very durable aluminum with titanium or black coating. The lens is hard to break, I have dropped mine once or twice without even a scratch. The button is also very simple and ergonomic, much like a MAG.
    For someone looking to buy this flashlight, I would also recommend the 2D model. It is 2.5 inches larger, but has 10 LED's and lasts 3 times longer.

    3-0 out of 5 stars ok for he price
    This is a handy light, and a decent value. When compared to a SureFire flashlight, this is nowhere near as good (although the SureFire is 3 times the cost). The beam adjustment doesn't seem to work very well. It is useful to have the two intensities available in one unit, though, and it is better than a bulky D cell flashlight. ... Read more


    20. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster AA Combo Pack Flashlight

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    Asin: B00002N6SN
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
    Sales Rank: 568
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High intensity adjustable light beam
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
    • Spare lamp in the tail cap

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Universal Light
    The first one I had was black, just like Model-T. Being dark and inside my dark overalls pocket, I forgot about it until it fell. It fell couple more times since. It is still working. It is a good size to go inside the tool box permanently. The size is also small enough to go inside where only your hand can reach. Sometimes in my line of work in seismic oil exploration I need to do come cabling, the Mini helps to get the connection right.

    Bought a few more Mag lights since the first one, seeing as it is tough and rain proof. But when I travel it is the Mini that comes along instead of the Mag Solitaire because the AA size batteries is the most universally available battery you can find in most countries.

    Torch (flashlight to you guys in US) is like penknives, tend to need it in an emergency. So one lives with the Leatherman, one in the car glove box, the old one still in the tool box.

    Yeah, I have held the torch in my lips too in the past but now recommend a headband by Nite Ize to turn it into a headlamp. Another item worth considering if you go hiking a lot is the Nite Ize "Pock-its". This is a holster for Mini Mag Light and Leatherman, spare batteries.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Last forever, so far
    This very portable flashlight is heavy and sturdy. It has been dropped several times, with no damage to the glass. The illumination is also quite strong for the size of the flashlight, and will last for several weeks of use without a battery change. This is easily the most durable flashlight of its kind; you are likely to lose it before you damage it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars SUPERB LITTLE WONDER
    IT'S AN AMAZING FLASHLIGHT FOR THE SIZE. IT HAS THE LITE INTENSITY OF A ORDINARY TWIN D-CELL FASHLIGHT AND WILL LAST EVEN LONGER. THE ABILITY TO ADJUST THE BEAM IS FANTASTIC AND IT'S SMALL SIZE MEANS I CAN CARRY IT WITH ME CONSTANTLY. HIGH QUALITY AND VALUE FOR THE BUCK ARE IT'S BEST POINTS.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great light with little known feature
    All the mag lites share solid aluminum construction and rubber o-ring seals.

    What sets the mini mag off from the other mag lites is its size (easy to hold with teeth while working under car, sink, etc) and one little known feature - "candle" mode. You adjust the beam focus by rotating the mini mag's head, but if you continue turning the head pops off; you are left with the handle and the exposed bulb, which is now throwing light in all directions - it is a "candle". Flip the head over, place it on the ground/table - it is now a "candle holder". Stick the candle into the candle holder. Instant candle for camping. (These directions are actually on the mini mag's packaging, but it wasn't until I had bought my third mini mag (one for car, kitchen, daypack) that I noticed. This is actually a great trick to show other mini mag owners... they also threw their packaging away without looking it. The larger mag lights don't have this feature.)

    Two mini mags in the candle mode do a good job on a picnic table at night... so get two of them... they're cheap.

    5-0 out of 5 stars So good, I can't keep them
    I love this thing. I'm not a hardcore tool guy but this little light is incredibly handy. It's beam is brighter and has a sharper focus than you'd expect form a flashlight this size. It weighs next to nothing which means it's easy to hold in your teeth when you don't have a free hand.

    If it's any testament to how great these lights are, I've had three of them "borrowed" from me and never returned.

    This light and my Leatherman are just about the only tools I ever need. ... Read more


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