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Fenix LD60 Flashlight

Hello and Happy Thursday to you! Welcome to the Halloween edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. We like to be early and just as well that we catch you before you go trick-or-treating. With safety being our number one priority it would be useful to replace any batteries you are presently using in your flashlight with fresh cells before you proceed into the night. Check flashlight to make sure all is in working order and make use of the Strobe mode for signaling. Here is today’s list of Reviews. Happy Halloween!

Budget Light Forum

Basen 18650 1500mAh BS186F – Review

D.Q.G Tiny 26650 II (NW) 2nd Generation – Review

EachBuyer 825-T6 – Review

NiteCore Intellicharger D4 – ReviewCharger

3000LM CREE XM-L T6 2 R2 LED White Headlamp Lamp Flashlight – ReviewHeadlamp

Candle Power Forums

Fenix LD60 – ReviewFlashlight

V54 Fenix LD50vn – Review


Energizer Pro 7 LED – ReviewHeadlamp

Elzetta Alpha Single Cell Flashlight – Review

Hybrid Solar Powered Flashlight with Emergency Battery Backup – ReviewFlashlight

Led Lenser Headlamp H14.2 – ReviewHeadlamp

LED Lenser SEO5 Headtorch – ReviewHeadtorch

Maglite MAG-TAC Rechargeable Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Nitecore TM36 – ReviewFlashlight

Olight S10R S15R S20RReview

Ozark Trail 9 LED Mini Flashlight – Review

ThorFire VG – ReviewFlashlight

Thrunite Neutron 2C V2 – ReviewFlashlight

Thrunite TiS – Review

Thrunite T10 – ReviewFlashlight

UltraFire CREE XPE 7w 3 Modes Zoomable Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Ultrafire WF-504B – ReviewFlashlight

Unilite Prosafe Headlight – ReviewHeadlamp


Dorcy 41-4299 Weather Resistant Rechargeable flashlight

When it comes to choosing a flashlight for use around the home or storing in the glove department in case of an emergency on the road, folks generally seem to prefer a light that is bright and capable of withstanding some abuse. The Dorcy 41-4299 is a tough beast measuring 8.8 inches in length, weighing 1.8 lbs and producing a maximum out of 220 lumens. The flashlight is housed in aircraft grade anodized aluminum casing and features a 2-inch bezel diameter. The Dorcy 41-4299 utilizes a Cree Q4 LED emitter which delivers a beam of over 300 meters. The flashlight is powered by a rechargeable 4.8V 700mAh NI-CD battery pack which delivers a maximum runtime of two hours. The Dorcy 41-4299 can be recharged using any of the two AC and DC charging adapters. The flashlight is operated by a side switch located just below the head.


MAGLITE Mini LED 2AAA Flashlight

Long before (25 years and counting) there was any of the popular brands of flashlights available there was the MAGLITE. Indeed, the MAGLITE Mini was the choice of EDC by default for auto professionals, electricians, technicians and just about any professional whose work necessitated a pocket flashlight. The MAGLITE Mini LED 2AAA has changed with the times and the old incandescent bulb has given way to the latest-generation LED light engine. Of course, simplicity still rules in the operation of the MAGLITE Mini where you just twist the head to turn it on, turn it off and focus the beam. The flashlight measures 127 mm in length, is housed in an anodized aluminum casing and features a metal clip for convenience. The MAGLITE Mini is powered two AAA alkaline batteries with a maximum runtime of 5 hours and 45 minutes. Even though technicians now have a range of options to choose from when searching for a pocket or penlight, the MAGLITE Mini will continue to stand along with the others as a quality lighting tool.


Pelican 7000

Today we take a look at a new quality EDC from Pelican which measures 13.5 cm in length and features four programmable light modes. The Pelican 7000 is encased in an anodized aluminum casing with an anti-slip knurled pattern and a removable pocket clip. The flashlight produces four light modes: High 602 Lumens 1Hr 30Min; Mid 311 Lumens 2Hr 15Min; Low 64 Lumens 16Hr; Strobe. The Pelican 7000 is powered by two CR123 Lithium batteries but can also accommodate rechargeables. The flashlight is operated by a push-button switch in the tailcap which facilitates access to four separate programmable lighting modes: High, Strobe, Medium, Low; High only; High, Medium, Low (no strobe); Low, Medium, High (no strobe). The compact Pelican 7000 is an excellent lighting tool for the professional user especially in the military and law enforcement.


ThruNite TN12 2014 Edition

Hello and Happy Saturday to you! Welcome to the weekend edition of Flashlight Reviews where we highlight recent postings of flashlight reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. We are now just one week away from the end of daylight saving time. Here are a couple tips to keep in mind as we come to the end of daylight saving time for 2014. Move your clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. on Nov. 2. Make sure you are packing an EDC whenever you go out. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Bike Lights – Review – The Guardian

Coast HP1 – Review – Practical Travel Gear – Flashlight

Knog Blinder Road USB Rechargeable Bike Rear Light – Review – Sportive – Bike Light

Nathan Zephyr Fire 100 Hand Torch Runners’ Flashlight – Review – Doretha Walker – Flashlight

See Sense Intelegent Rear Light – Review – Harlow Cycling Page Group

Budget Light Forum

AWT IMR26650 3800mAh (Yellow) – Review

Basen 18650 3000mAh BS186C – Review

CREE XPE-Q5 600 Lumen 7W Zoomable LED Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Feit Electric 1000 Lumen 3xD Cell Flashlight – Review

JETBeam RRT0SE Raptor – ReviewFlashlight

UltraFire AT-008 – Review

XP-E (Sky Eye 670 Clone) – Review

Candle Power Forums

Jetbeam Jet 3M Pro – ReviewFlashlight

Lumintop HL01 NW Headlamp – Review


Bushnell T125L TRKR-L.E.D. Blood Tracker Flashlight – Review

Gear Hunters Backcountry 8.4 Flashlight – Review

Nitecore EA41 – ReviewFlashlight

Olight S10-L2 & ST25 Baton – Review

OrcaTorch T20 – Review

Rayovac Value Bright LED Flashlight – Review - Flashlight

Securitylng 5400 Lumens 4 x CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight- ReviewFlashlight

Securitylng 5400 Lumens 4 x CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Securitylng 5400 Lumens 4 x CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

SS-A100 Flashlight – Review - Flashlight

Streamlight 78022 UltraStinger Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Thrunite Ti3 and T10 Comparison Review

Thrunite TN12 – Review - Flashlight

Thrunite TN12 VS Streamlight Protac HLComparison

UltraFire 400 Lumen Mini CREE Q5 LED Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Ultrafire XML-T6 Zoomable Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

UltraFire WF-501B – ReviewFlashlight



Surefire 12 Pack Boxed 123A Lithium Batteries

So you have come into possession of a flashlight that can be powered by CR123A batteries but you have been unable to acquire a pack from your nearby convenience store. You are not alone. For many flashlight owners the reality is that they will have to buy their lithium batteries online. Of course you are looking for the best product available and whether in flashlights, batteries and other equipment the SureFire brand stands tall as their high quality has been consistent over the years. The SureFire lithium batteries (12)pack comes with a ten-year shelf life which may not mean very much if you are a heavy flashlight user since these are not rechargeable batteries. The batteries have a wide temperature tolerance and feature built-in heat and fault (short-circuit) protection.


Flashlight Of The Day: Coleman CPX 4.5 LED Tent Light

Coleman CPX 4.5 LED Tent Light

Today we take a look at the Coleman CPX 4.5 Tent Light which is a magnetic tent light that features multi-axis rotation which lets you aim the light in whatever direction you desire. The tent light is designed to provide bright light for when you are awake and amber light for the night. The CPX 4.5 Tent Light is built from tough polycarbonate materials and comes with a damage-resistant magnet that allows you to attach the light to any tent or metal surface. The tent light utilizes three white LEDs and two amber LEDs. The CPX 4.5 Tent Light produces a maximum output of 60 lumens and three light modes: High; Low; Amber night light. The light is powered by three AAA-cell batteries or Coleman’s rechargeable CPX™ 4.5 cartridge. The Coleman CPX 4.5 Tent Light is operated by side switch which you rotate to access the light modes. A color-changing LED battery meter alerts you when the battery power is low.


Fenix HL25

A flashlight may not be the appropriate lighting tool for every occasion especially where hands-free lighting would be an absolute necessity. Several outdoor activities such as caving, climbing and skiing along with professionals involved in utility work require illumination in low light conditions which is best provided by the use of headlamps. The Fenix HL25 is one such headlamp which would make for a great outdoor lighting companion providing up to 280 lumens of output and a beam reaching as far as 280 meters.

The Fenix HL25 is constructed from an aluminum alloy and performance plastic and features a 60 degree tilt mechanism. The headlamp also features a toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating and an anodized anti-abrasive finish. The HL25 contains a Cree XP-G2 R5 LED and is powered by three AAA (Ni-MH, Alkaline) batteries.The headlamp produces four light modes: Burst 280 Lumens; High 150 Lumens Ni-Mh Battery 3HR – Alkaline Battery 4Hr; Mid 50 Lumens Ni-Mh Battery 8HR – Alkaline Battery 12Hr; Low 4 Lumens Ni-Mh Battery 120Hr – Alkaline Battery 140Hr.

The HL25 headlamp is operated by a push button switch at the side of the light. To turn the headlamp on you press and hold the switch for 0.5 seconds. For output selection you press the switch to cycle through the light modes in the order of High, Low and Mid. To activate the Burst mode mode you simply press the switch for 1.2 seconds. The Fenix HL25 automatically enters the previously used brightness level when turned on. The headlamp also features digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness reverse polarity protection which guards against improper battery installation.


LED Lenser 9407 P7.2

Hello and Happy Monday to you! Welcome to the early edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com where we update you on the most recent reviews of lighting instruments posted online. Have you decided on the flashlight gift that you intend to purchase coming up to the holiday period? If you settle on a rechargeable item make sure the flashlight pack is complete with batteries and charger to avoid the recipient having to make additional purchases. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Budget Light Forum

AWT IMR16340 550mAh battery - Review

Enova All-4 Charger - Review

Led Lenser P7.2 - Review - Flashlight

Candle Power Forums

Nitecore EC20 – Review - Flashlight

FandyFire YL-3 Warrior – Review - Flashlight

Fenix LD60 – Review - Flashlight


Coast HP1 Focusing LED Flashlight - ReviewFlashlight

Coleman MAX Flashlight – Review - Flashlight

Fenix E12 – ReviewFlashlight

Harbor Freight – HFT 3½” LED Mini Flashlight - Review

Olight M3X - Review - Flashlight

Olight SR Mini Intimidator – ReviewFlashlight

ThruNite TN12 – ReviewFlashlight

Ultrafire 7W Compact Flashlight and Charger Set – ReviewFlashlight


Yougle zoomable Cree Xm-l T6 LED mini flashlight

Today we take a look at one of those budget flashlight packs which includes a purchase of a bright flashlight, rechargeable battery and charger for $25 or less. The Yougle mini flashlight may not be readily recognizable however this light would be adequate for home use and outdoor activities such as camping, biking and hiking. The bronze colored Yougle flashlight which measures 115mm in length, is constructed from an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy and features an anti-slip design, a metal clip for convenience and a crenellated bezel for self defense. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XM-L T6 LED emitter which produces upwards to 1200 lumens and five light modes: High; Mid; Low; Strobe and SOS. The Yougle mini flashlight is powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery. The flashlight is operated by a push-button switch in the tailcap which glows in the dark. Additionally, the flashlight’s beam can be manipulated by extending or retracting the bezel to achieve the desired brightness level.