Check out these six items for DIY flashlight maintenance

You may not have thought of it before but yes you could and should perform some level of servicing on your lighting tool. From the basic wiping of moisture from the body to the disassembly and oiling of grooves, you should pay some attention to your flashlight to ensure maximum performance. One of the most important tips however is the removal of batteries from your flashlight or any other electronic device when not in use for a prolonged period of time. It can be pretty disheartening to unscrew your flashlight only to discover the damage wrought by leaking cells.

Check out these six items for DIY flashlight maintenance

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These five flashlights come with holsters

Are you at ease with your flashlight secured to your belt inside a holster? I prefer to slip my light inside my pocket but having a light on your hip frees up your pocket and adds to the professional appearance of the user. If there is one advantage to having your light on your hip it would be that of easy access instead of having to fumble in your pocket or bag in the event of an emergency.

Five Flashlights With Holsters

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Ilauke 6 Pack Mini torch Set ready for flashlight tag

The kids will love it when you give them this set of mini Ilauke LED zoomable flashlights to enjoy their tag play during low light hours. The Ilauke torch measuring just 9cm long would fit comfortably in their tiny hands. The little ones would have just as much fun chasing each other around as they would clicking the tailcap button to operate the light and sliding the head to adjust the beam. The Ilauke is also a serious lighting tool which would be just about adequate for emergency use around the home or shop in the event of a power outage. Powered by one rechargeable 14500 or an AA battery the flashlight also comes with a pocket clip that ensures the light stays in place whether attached to strap, belt or pocket.

Ilauke 6 Pack Mini torch Set

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Illuminate your notes with an Enjoydeal Penlight

A penlight flashlight is not for everyone. While some are bright and can perform the role of the regular flashlight, the penlight is designed to illuminate tasks such as map reading, note taking and especially assisting technicians working in confined spaces. However, for those of you who feel comfortable with the slim form factor of the penlight flashlight you may enjoy the Enjoydeal 5 pack penlight set of lights. With these five lights you would not need to fret unduly when the one is “borrowed” for an inordinate length of time. The Enjoydeal penlight measures 5.3 inches long and comes with a pocket clip for convenience. The flashlight is powered by two readily available AAA batteries and is operated by a twist of the tailcap.

Enjoydeal 5 pack penlight Set

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So you don’t know just what you would do with ten flashlights? No problem! How about four slightly bigger items, each with a different color. The BYBLight 4 pack flashlight set has a Black, Blue, Red and Silver light packed in a neat carry case. The four most significant locations likely to receive each of these lights would be the glove department of the car, toolkit, bedroom drawer and Kitchen cupboard. Of course you may choose to carry a flashlight as your EDC to ensure you are never in the dark. The BYBLight can be powered by one 14500 rechargeable or an AA battery and is operated by a rubber switch in the tailcap. The flashlight produces a 180 lumens maximum and the High, Low and Strobe light modes.

BYBLight 4 Pack flashlight Set

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While you may desire to own a more feature rich flashlight there would be no harm done in offering one these sub three-dollar mini lights to family and friends as gifts or tokens. The Pocketman would certainly illuminate the path of someone who previously went without a personal light. The flashlight has the three light modes of High, Low and Strobe which are easily controlled by a switch in the tailcap. A user can also slide the head out and in to adjust the light beam from a spot to flood light. If for one reason or the other you decide ten lights are too much then try the six pack.

Pocketman 10 Pack Mini Flashlight Set

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Flashlight Review 1-15-18

Happy Monday and thanks for visiting our Flashlight Review 1-15-18 here at FlashlightPacks.com. In today’s update of the most recent reviews of flashlights from around the Web we have user reviews of the Eagle Eye X1, Imalent DX80, LITESAM E11Z, Lumintop SD4A, Sofirn SP10B, and UTorch UT-01 flashlights. Enjoy!

Flashlight Review 1-15-18

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The Fenix UC52 is a powerful Micro USB rechargeable flashlight which delivers a maximum output of 3100 lumens and a beam throw distance of 253 meters. This flashlight would be particularly useful for outdoor activities such as caving, hiking and hunting. The UC52 would also be a very good lighting tool for professionals in the military, law enforcement and security.

Check Out The Fenix UC52

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The 10 Best Flashlight Deals of January 11, 2018

There are a lot of flashlight deals going on all over the Web but we have picked these ten favorites just for you. These selections include an entire package of flashlight, 18650, CR123A or AA batteries. Choose any of these flashlight packs and you have a ready-to-go emergency lighting solution in your hand. The flashlight sets would also make welcomed gifts for just about any age group in any gender.

Amz Vision Centaur Ridge GT-1 Fenix E20 2015 Fenix TK35UE (2015) Gold Armour Masole MiZoo Nitecore P10 Nitecore P20 Zotoyi 

The 10 Best Flashlight Deals of January 11, 2018

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Flashlight Review 1-6-18

Happy Sunday and Welcome to the first edition of Flashlight Review for 2018. As always we present updates of the most recent reviews of flashlights, headlamps and batteries posted online. In today’s listings we have reviews of the Anker LC40, HaikeLite HT08, JETBeam T6, Led Lenser F1, Wowtac A1S V2 and Zebralight H600w Mk III flashlights. Enjoy!

Flashlight Review 1-6-18

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