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ThruNite Archer Series 2A V3 Flashlight

Hello and Happy Monday! Welcome to our weekly Flashlight Reviews Update where we highlight user reviews of flashlights, batteries, headlamps and other accessories from recent postings on the Web. How close should your flashlight be kept? It all depends on just how important a portable light is to your routine. For the professional to whom a flashlight is an essential component of his/her toolkit, the light is usually attached to a belt, bag strap or holster within easy reach of the user. For most other users the flashlight is probably tucked away in some drawer which may present a challenge in a low light emergency. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Flashlight Reviews Update 5-2-16

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Olight i3E-CU EOS

The Olight i3E-CU EOS is a sleek, compact flashlight that would fit comfortably on a keyfob or ring via a key ring on the light’s tail cap. The compact flashlight would provide adequate illumination for the user who prefers not to carry a more conspicuous light. The Olight i3E-CU EOS measures a mere 2.38 inches in length and weighs 0.4 ounces. The flashlight is housed inside a solid copper body which features a Type-III hard anodized, anti-abrasive finish.

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Klarus ST15

The Klarus ST15 is a professional lighting tool which would be at home in the hands of the professional whether first responder, technician, or security guard. The flashlight with its dual switch operation would also be ideal for recreational outdoor activities such as caving, hiking and hunting. The ST15 produces a maximum output of 1100 lumens, a beam throw distance of 305 meters and six light modes.

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Bronte BT01

Hello and Happy Tuesday! Thanks as always for checking out our weekly listing of Flashlight Reviews from recent postings around the Web. For those of you out there old enough to remember the incandescent light of flashlights before the widespread use of LEDs, do you look back at that era with fondness or are you satisfied with the white light of today? Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Flashlight Reviews Update 4-26-16

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Budget Light Of The Day: Alonefire E17 LED Flashlight

Alonefire LED Flashlight

Our budget flashlight for today is the Alonefire E17 flashlight which comes without batteries. The flashlight can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery or three AAA batteries. The E17 which costs just under eleven bucks produces a maximum output of 800 lumens and five light modes: High; Mid; Low; SOS; Strobe. The flashlight is constructed from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features knurling for a firm grip, a crenellated bezel for use in emergencies and an anodized, anti-abrasive finish.

Budget Light Of The Day: Alonefire E17 LED Flashlight

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Bestkee BE-930 Professional Series Tactical Flashlight Kit

The Bestkee BE-930 Professional Series tactical flashlight kit includes one 18650 battery and charger, battery sleeve and battery holder all packaged in sleek storage box. The BE-930 flashlight can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 3.7V 3000mAh lithium battery or three AAA batteries. The flashlight measures 5.5 inches in length with a head diameter of 1.5 inches. The BE-930 is construed of an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features knurling, a detachable crenelated bezel and a hard-anodized, anti-abrasive finish.

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Dorcy Wide Beam LED 6AA Flashlight

The Dorcy 41-4346 Wide Beam LED flashlight may not qualify to be your EDC light but with its key feature being its capacity to shift between three powerful light modes, the flashlight would be ideal for auto emergencies along with security and surveillance applications. The Dorcy Wide Beam LED flashlight measures 10.14 inches long with a head diameter of 1.5 inches. The flashlight weighs about one pound with the batteries installed. The light is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum housing which features an anodized, anti-abrasive black finish.

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Jetbeam T6

Happy Saturday. I hope you are having a great time and taking in some much needed R&R after a hectic week on the job while trying to stay abreast of the goings-on around you. Here at FlashlightPacks.com we try to do our small part in keeping you informed about flashlight products with our weekly compilation of user-reviews from around the Web. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Flashlight Reviews Update 4-16-16

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SkyWolfEye Adjustable Focus Flashlight

When you pay under four dollars for an 18650 Li-ion battery powered flashlight and you receive a working light with features which allow you to operate satisfactorily in the low light environment, you know you have received a good deal. The SkyWolfEye LED is our budget light of the day which can be used for emergencies around the home or shop as well as outdoor illumination whether biking, camping, hiking or simply walking the dog.

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Nitecore MH20GT

The palm-sized MH20GT (MultiTask Hybrid Series) from Nitecore is an upgrade of the MH20 flashlight producing a much more powerful beam extending beyond 360 meters. The Nitecore MH20GT with its far-reaching beam is clearly designed for the user who prefers a spotlight in a pocketable package. The MH20GT measures 4.37 inches in length with a head diameter of 1.25 inches. The rechargeable flashlight weighs 3.13 ounces without a battery. The MH20GT is housed in an aircraft-grade aluminum casing which features an anti-roll design, rhombic knurling and cooling fins to dissipate heat. The flashlight also features a stainless steel, titanium coated two-way pocket clip and a HAIII military grade hard-anodized finish.

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