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Mikafen Mini Adjustable LED Flashlight 5 Pack

The mini flashlight of today is very bright and therefore many a user utilizes this pocketable item as their primary source of portable lighting. Since you can acquire a pack of these mini lighting tools for under twenty dollars, it would be useful to consider this option should you have the need for more than one flashlight. The Mikafen flashlight pack consists of five mini Ultrafire LED flashlights which can be used for emergency lighting around the home or shop as well as nighttime outdoor activities such as camping, biking and hiking.

The Mikafen flashlight measures 92mm in length and weighs 65g with the battery. The mini light is encased inside an aluminum casing which features a crenellated bezel, knurling, a pocket clip for convenience and a hard anodized, anti-abrasive finish. The flashlight utilizes a Cree Q5 LED, a convex lens and an ultra-clear mineral glass lens. The light produces a maximum output of 300 lumens and three light modes: High; Low; SOS.

The flashlight is powered one AA or one 14500 3.6v battery, none of which are included with the purchase. It is operated by a pushbutton switch in the tailcap which controls the on and off operation and access to the brightness levels. Press the switch all the way down to turn on/of the light. Tap the switch to cycle through the brightness levels. With the flashlight on you can adjust the beam from spot light to flood by sliding the head out or in. The Mikafen mini flashlights are available in either Black or Blue finishes.

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SureFire P2X Fury with IntelliBeam Technology

Happy Thursday and Welcome to the first edition of Flashlight Reviews for the month of February here at FlashlightPacks.com. Today I would just like to add my bit to alert readers of the danger of the Zika virus. Having suffered myself from the ravages of Chikungunya I can only urge all persons who are able would seek to eradicate any potential breeding grounds for the aedes aegypti mosquitoes. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Flashlight Reviews Update 2-4-16

AZ HYBRID LIGHT Review – Mike Russell (KTAR)

LA Police Gear Recon C1 Flashlight Review – Aaron (Blue SheepDog)

Thrunite TH10 Review – Loosing My Connection – Flashlight

Thrunite Ti3 Keychain Flashlight Review – MoMoTech Blog – Flashlight

BudgetLightForum.com

Acebeam EC35 Review – candle lamp – Flashlight

AW IMR18490 1200mAh (Red) Review – HKJ

Efest IMR18650 2600mAh (Purple) 2016 Review – HKJ – Batteries

Etinesan Lithium AA – Review – HKJ

Imalent DDT40-2016v Review – realista – Flashlight

KLARUS RS30BA Review – Dan-hilo89

LiitoKala Engineer 300 Review – Bort – Charger

MecArmy SGN3 Review – UPZ – Flashlight

Nitecore EA11 Review – selfbuilt – Flashlight

Nitecore MT20C Review – mhanlen – Flashlight

Skilhunt M2 Review – HKJ – Charger

Surefire P2X Fury Intellibeam Review – subwoofer – Flashlight

Thorfire PF04 Review – Old-Lumens – Flashlight

Thorfire PF04 Review – robo819 – Flashlight

Reddit.com

Nitecore HC30 Review – mcfarlie6996 – Headlamp

NITEYE MS-R26 Review – Tony Burns – Flashlight

Olight S2 Baton Review – emarkd – Flashlight

ThorFire LED Flood Light Review – ebosh – Work Light

YouTube.com

COAST TX7R Review – ScalyAdventures – Flashlight

Cygolite Metro 500 Cygolite 550 Bicycle Light Flashlight Review – David Sunshine – Flashlight

BIG LARRY LED work light Review – gattigail – Big Larry

E Smart adjustable led Flashlight Review – Chase Whaley – Flashlight

Fenix PD32 2016 Edition Review (Part 1) – techwg – Flashlight

Fenix PD32 2016 Edition Review (Part 2 ) – techwg – Flashlight

iCoudy Adjustable Focus 1600LM Cree XML T6 LED Handheld Flashlight Review – Bulaci – Flashlight

NexTorch B10 400 Lumens Bike Light Review – Chiinnature – Bike Light

Nitecore EC4S Review – mhanlen1 – Flashlight

Nitecore MT20C Review – mhanlen1 – Flashlight

Olight S30R Javelot Review – RevHiker – Flashlight

Skywolf Eye Tly-803 LED Flashlight Review – Chase Whaley

TakLite 980 Lumen Flashlight Review – GhostHawk Prepper

Thrunite Ti4 Penlight Review – Chiinnature – Penlight

Thrunite TN20 Review – Chiinnature – Flashlight

Thrunite T10T Review – Survival On Purpose – Flashlight

TotaLohan M6 Professional Series LED Flashlight Kit Review – Bulaci – Flashlight

Ultrafire S5 Review – Chase Whaley – Flashlight

Ultrafire wf-501b Green LED Flashlight Review – Chase Whaley – Flashlight

Vitchelo V300 60 Lumen Headlamp Review – Living Survival

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AYL TF89 900 Lumen Flashlight

Today’s budget flashlight pick is the AYL TF89 adjustable focus LED light which comes in a metallic silver finish and can be powered by three AAA batteries or one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery. The AYL TF89 costs just under eleven bucks and comes with a lanyard, a battery carrier for the AAA batteries and a plastic tube for the 18650 battery. Batteries would have to be bought separately. The flashlight measures six inches in length and weighs four ounces without the batteries. The AYL TF89 is housed in an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features a crenellated bezel, diamond knurling, a pocket clip for convenience and an anodized finish. The flashlight also features a magnetic base which allows the light to be attached to metal surfaces for hands-free lighting.

The AYL TF89 utilizes a Cree XML T6 LED which produces a maximum output of 900 lumens and a beam throw distance of three hundred meters. The flashlight delivers five light modes: High; Mid; Low; SOS; Strobe. The AYL TF89 is operated by a push-button switch in the tailcap which facilitates the on/off operation and access to the brightness levels. Press the switch until a click is heard to turn on/off the light. Tap on the switch for momentary-on operation and to cycle through the various brightness levels. With the flashlight on slide the head out or in for to achieve a narrow or wide beam. The AYL TF89 flashlight would be a great lighting companion when next you go biking, camping or hiking.

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Fenix RC40 2016

The Fenix RC40 2016 rechargeable flashlight is a professional lighting tool which produces a maximum output of 6000 lumens and a beam throw distance of 730 meters. The RC40 2016 is an ideal searchlight for law enforcement and security personnel but would be particularly useful for emergency responders engaged in search and rescue. The flashlight measures 10.7 inches in length with a head diameter of 4.3 inches. The RC40 2016 weighs 43.5 ounces with the battery-pack installed.

The RC40 2016 is constructed from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features an anti-slip design and a Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish. The flashlight also features an impact-resistant, crenelated bezel along with charging and discharging ports in the tailcap. The charging port can be used to recharge the battery inside the light via a connection with an AC charger or DC car charger. The RC40 2016 is powered by a 7.4V/7800mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery which takes approximately 3.5 hours to recharge. The discharging port allows the searchlight to be used as a powerbank to provide a charge to USB powered devices. The flashlight however features protection against over-charge and over-discharge which secures the battery from damage.

The Fenix RC40 2016 contains six Cree XM-L2 U2 LEDs and an ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating. The flashlight produces seven light modes: Turbo 6000 Lumens 1Hr; High 4000 Lumens 1Hr 50Min; Mid 2000 Lumens 4hr 5Min; Low 500 Lumens 18Hr 15Min; Eco 45 Lumens 125Hr; SOS 500 Lumens; Strobe 6000 Lumens. The RC40 2016 delivers digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness. When the inside temperature of the searchlight is detected at 65 degree centigrade or above the searchlight will automatically downshift to a lower brightness level to prevent overheating. Additionally, the light will also downshift to a lower brightness level as the battery charge declines.

The RC40 2016 is operated by two stainless steel side switches located in the neck of the light. Press the Master switch for 0.5 seconds to turn on/off the light in General mode. With the light on, click the Master switch to cycle through the various brightness levels. In General mode the searchlight turns on in the previously used brightness level. Press the Auxiliary switch for 0.5 seconds to turn on the light in Flash mode. With the RC40 2016 on in Flash mode, click the Auxiliary switch to cycle through Strobe and SOS. In Auxiliary mode the light turns on in Strobe.With the flashlight on click the Master/Auxiliary switches to enter the RC40 2016 in General/Flash mode.

The Fenix RC40 2016 features a lock/unlock function to prevent accidental activation. Press both switches simultaneously for three seconds to either lock or unlock the flashlight. The RC40 2016 also features a battery level indicator in the tail. Clicking the round tail switch lights up the indicator for three seconds. The fewer LEDS to light up indicates a declining charge. A detachable shoulder strap is included with the flashlight to assist the user while travelling with the light. The Fenix RC40 2016 flashlight pack contains an AC charger, DC charger, charging port anti-dust plug, Fenix 7.4V/7800mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery, O-ring, rubber switch boot, USB port anti-dust plug user manual.

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ThruNite TC10 V2

Hello and Happy Thursday to you! To all our readers who are being challenged by harsh weather conditions, we trust that you will stay safe. We hope you would have packed some lighting equipment among your emergency supplies which may come in handy at this time. Here is today’s list of flashlight reviews. Enjoy!

Flashlight Reviews Update 1-28-16

Klarus RS30 Review – kj75 (CandlePowerForums) – Flashlight

BudgetLightForum.com

Astrolux A01 Review – Budda

Imren IMR18650 3500mAh (Green) Review – HKJ – Batteries

Maeerxu SM02 & SM03 Review – unknown00101

NEXTORCH K3 Review – realista – Flashlight

NEXTORCH K20 Review – realista – Flashlight

Nitecore EA21 Review – OrionLight – Flashlight

Nitecore MT40GT Review – realista – Flashlight

Nitecore NI18350A 700mAh (Black-yellow) Review – HKJ – Batteries

Panasonic BQ-CC18 Review – HKJ

Thorfire KL03 Keychain light Review – Abqjohnny – Keychain Light

Thrunite TC10 V2 Review – Bc412 – Flashlight

Reddit.com

Ferei HL40 Review – mcfarlie6996

Nitecore MH27 Review – KiwiKane – Flashlight

YouTube.com

AlumiTact X700 Flashlight Review – Dustin Anaas

Bushnell TRKR Review – tarbucktransom – Flashlight

Eagtac P200LC2 Review – Living Survival – Flashlight

Fenix PD 32 Review – M.S.S. ENDURALIST – Flashlight

Fenix RC09TI XP-L HI Limited Edition Hands On – Lichtwerker

5.11 Tactical, TPT R5 14 Review – ТеХ ОбзоР – Flashlight

Klarus RS30 BA Review – WeAllJuggleKnives – Flashlight

LED Lenser V2 Flashlight Review – 2012solarful – Flashlight

MagicBeam 500 Lumen Diving Flashlight Review – JohnyTechReview – Flashlight

Nitecore EC4 Review – zara – Flashlight

Nitecore MH20 Overview – Syrbuff – Flashlight

Nite Lite Battery Powered Aluminum Hand Held LED Tactical Flashlight Review – Zara – Flashlight

Olight I3E EOS Review – Gear Guy226 – Flashlight

Olight R20 Review – Henry Armitage – Flashlight

Olight S1 Baton Review – Weekend Gunners – Flashlight

OxyLED Cree 500 Lumen Bright LED Flashlight Review – Zara – Flashlight

Streamlight Microstream Review – Bayan1905 – Flashlight

ThorFire PF04 Pen Flashlight Review – Johannes Zakel – Penlight

ThorFire VG10 Review – Johannes Zakel – Flashlight

Thrunite TC10 V2 Review – Bushcraft412 – Flashlight

ThruNite TH10 Review – SwitchbacksandBottleCaps – Headlamp

Thrunite Ti4 Review – EveryDay Knife Guy – Flashlight

ThruNite Ti4 Review – The Daily Shooter – Flashlight

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Fenix TK09 2016

The 2016 version of the Fenix TK09 is a simple yet powerful, compact LED flashlight which produces a maximum output of 900 lumens and a beam distance of up to 310 meters. The Fenix TK09 2016 measures 5 inches in length and weighs 3.7 ounces without batteries. The flashlight is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum housing which features knurling, a crenelated bezel and a Type III hard anodized, anti-abrasive finish.

The TK09 2016 contains a Cree XP-L HI LED, a smooth metal reflector and an ultra-clear mineral glass lens with anti-reflective coating. The flashlight can be powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two CR123A Lithium batteries which are held in place by a dual spring mechanism. The TK09 produces four light modes: High 900 Lumens 1Hr 25Min; Mid 450 Lumens 4Hr 55Min; Low 50 lumens 57Hr; Strobe 900 Lumens.

The Fenix TK09 2016 is operated by a tactical push-button switch in the tailcap. Tap and hold the switch for momentary-on activation of High. Tap again in one second to cycle through the brightness levels in the following order; High, Mid, Low and Strobe. Press the switch all the way down for the constant-on operation of the desired brightness level.The flashlight always starts at High when turned on.

The TK09 2016 features digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness and reverse polarity protection which guards against incorrect battery installation. The waterproof flashlight also features a low-voltage alert. When the flashlight is turned on, low-battery voltage will cause the LED to blink three times every five minutes to remind the user to replace the battery. The Fenix TK09 2016 is a tactical flashlight which would be very handy for outdoor activities such as caving, hunting, law enforcement, search and rescue. The TK09 2016 flashlight pack includes a holster, lanyard, O-ring, rubber boot switch and user manual.

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Sipik 700 Lumen Adjustable Focus Flashlight

The Sipik 700 lumen adjustable focus flashlight pack costs just under $16 and includes one AAA battery holder, lanyard, plastic tube for use with an 18650 battery, one 18650 battery and charger. The Sipik flashlight is a compact torch which produces a maximum output of 700 lumens and a beam throw of 250 meters. The flashlight measures 136.3mm in length with a head diameter of 40mm. The light is constructed of a 6061T aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features knurling for a firm grip, a crenulated bezel for use in emergencies and a hard anodized anti-abrasive finish.

The Sipik flashlight utilizes a Cree XML-T6 LED, a smooth reflector and an ultra-clear mineral glass lens. The flashlight produces five light modes: High; Mid; Low; SOS; Strobe. The light can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery or three AAA batteries. The 18650 battery is placed in a plastic tube and the AAA batteries inside the battery holder before insertion into the flashlight. The Sipik light is operated by a push-button switch in the tailcap which you press to turn on/off and tap to access the various brightness levels. Additionally, the user can adjust the beam to spot or flood by sliding the head out or in. The Sipik flashlight is a useful alternative to the higher priced items and would perform adequately whether for home security or outdoor surveillance.

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Fenix E15 2016

Happy Wednesday to you and thanks for visiting our Flashlight Reviews listing here at FlashlightPacks.com. After checking out the review(s) of your flashlight of interest, you should be better equipped to make a more informed choice when you decide to make a purchase. Irrespective of the price of the flashlight you are sure to find t least one review of most lights posted online. Here is a list of today’s reviews. Enjoy!

Flashlight Reviews Update 1-21-16

Olympia RG245 Review – Leon Pantenburg (Survival Common Sense) – Flashlight

BudgetLightForum.com

Fenix E15 2016 Review – ReManG – Flashlight

Hugsby XP-2 Review – everydaysurvivalgear – Flashlight

Manker U11 Review – ReManG – Flashlight

NEXTORCH GL10 Review – realista – Flashlight

Nitecore 14500 NL147 750mAh (Black-yellow) Review – HKJ – Batteries

Nitecore 16340 NL166 650mAh (Black-yellow) Review – HKJ – Batteries

Nitecore T360 Review – mhanlen – Headlamp

Nitecore Tube Review – mhanlen – Flashlight

Olight i3e EOS Review – Effective Tactics – Flashlight

Olight S1 Raw Copper + SS Bezel Review – will34

Panasonic Evolta AAA Review – HKJ – Batteries

Rayvenge T1A Headlamp Review – keltex78 – Headlamp

Skilhunt M1 Review – HKJ

Thorfire Cap Light Review – Abqjohnny – Cap light

Thorfire KL02 Review – Old-Lumens – Flashlight

CandlePowerForums.com

Manker Quinlan T01 Review – selfbuilt – Flashlight

Nightstick Work-Light Group Review – subwoofer

Nitecore Group Test EA11, EC11, EA41 2015 and MH20 – subwoofer

Olight M1X Striker Review – subwoofer – Flashlight

Thorfire VG10 Review – subwoofer – Flashlight

YouTube

BLF D80 (LuckySun) Flashlight Review – WeAllJuggleKnives

Klarus RS30 BA Review – LOVE THE OUTDOORS – Flashlight

Lumintop Tool (1x AAA) Flashlight Review – WeAllJuggleKnives

Nebo Redline Tactical Flashlight Review – Tech4 Networkers – Flashlight

Olight S1 Ti Review – TexasPrepper2 – Flashlight

Olight S2 Baton Review – trailandmountain – Flashlight

Revtronic T1A Review – Mr Everything – Flashlight

Revtronic Mountain Bike Light Review – Jan Uczkowski

Thorfire PF03 Review – Meebles Sporella – Flashlight

TotaLohan M6 Professional Series LED Flashlight Kit Review – Kristofer Brozio – Flashlight

Ultrafire WF-502B 1000 LM LED Flashlight Review – Stefano Amella – Flashlight

WindFire WF-802 Review – MR-FLIP – Flashlight

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Fenix E35UE 2016

The 2016 version of the Fenix E35UE LED flashlight features a dual switch system, a maximum output of 1000 lumens and beam distance of 160 meters. The Fenix E35UE 2016 measures 4.8 inches in length and weighs 2.54 ounces without batteries. The flashlight is constructed from an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy and features diamond knurling and a Type Ⅲ hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish. The Fenix E35UE 2016 flashlight pack comes with a lanyard, spare O-ring and user manual. This flashlight would be very useful for outdoor activities such as biking, camping and hiking.

The E35UE 2016 contains a Cree XM-L2 U2 LED, a smooth metal reflector and an ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating. The flashlight can be powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two CR123A Lithium batteries. The waterproof light also features reverse polarity protection which guards against incorrectly inserted batteries. The E35UE 2016 produces five brightness levels along with Strobe and SOS: Turbo 1000 Lumens 1Hr 50Min; High 450 Lumens 4hr; Mid 150 Lumens 11Hr; Low 50 Lumens 42Hr 30Min; Eco 8 Lumens 150Hr; Strobe 1000 Lumens; SOS 150 Lumens.

The Fenix E35UE 2016 is operated by a dual switch system of power/mode and function/mode buttons which operate independently and are located in the neck of the light. Press the power switch for 0.5 seconds to turn on/off the flashlight. With the E35UE 2016 on tap the power switch to cycle through the various brightness levels. Press the function switch for 0.5 seconds to turn on/off the light in Strobe mode. With the light on in Strobe press the function switch to alternate between Strobe and SOS. With the flashlight on click the power switch/function switch to shift between general mode and Strobe.

The E35UE 2016 automatically enters the previously used brightness level when turned on. The flashlight downshifts from the Turbo brightness level after a few minutes to avoid overheating. The light also features a lock-out function to prevent accidental activation. To initiate the lock, press and hold both switches for three seconds after which the E35UE 2016 will flash twice at Low and then power off. To unlock the flashlight press and hold both switches for three seconds after which the flashlight powers on at the last used brightness level.

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Fenix TK41C

The Fenix TK41C is an AA powered flashlight that combines white red and blue light together. The red light preserves night vision and can be used for map reading and searching without disturbing the environment. The blue light provides adequate illumination for tracking and hunting on land and for fishing boats while at sea. The TK41C produces a maximum output of 1000 lumens of white light and a beam throw distance of 480 meters.

The TK41C measures 7.76 inches in length with a head diameter of 2.42 inches. The flashlight weighs 9.88 ounces without batteries. The TK41C is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy which features an anti-slip design, crenulated bezel and a Type III hard anodized, anti-abrasive finish. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XM-L2 U2 which produces white light and Philips LUXEON Z LEDs for blue and red light. The flashlight also features an ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating and a Fenix compound reflector which houses the white, red and blue LEDS.

The Fenix TK41C can be powered by eight AA (Ni-MH/Alkaline) batteries or four when necessary. The flashlight produces five white and four red/blue light modes: Turbo 1000 Lumens 2Hr 30Min; High 350 Lumens 10Hr 20Min; Mid 100 Lumens 39Hr 45Min; Low 15 Lumens 240Hr; Strobe 1000 Lumens; Red 25 Lumens 9Hr 30Min; Blue 30 Lumens 5Hr 30Min; Red Flash 25 Lumens; Red/Blue Flash 25/30 Lumens.

The TK41C is operated by a dual switch system of separate power/mode and color switches located in the neck of the light. Press the power switch for 0.5 seconds to turn on/off the light. With the flashlight on press the power switch to toggle through the various brightness levels. The Strobe mode can be accessed by pressing the power switch for 1.2 seconds. Pressing the colored light switch for 0.5 seconds also turns on/off the flashlight. With the TK41C on press the colored light switch to cycle through colored modes in the following order; Red, Blue, Red Flash, Red/Blue Flash. With the flashlight on you can click the power switch/colored light switch to shift between general mode and colored light mode.

The Fenix TK41C automatically enters the previously used brightness level when turned on. The flashlight features a battery level indicator which can be activated by a double-click of the colored light switch. The battery level will be displayed via the colored switch which will go out after three seconds. The light also features reverse polarity protection which guards against incorrectly inserted cells.

The TK41C comes with a lock-out function which prevents accidental activation. Press and hold both light switches for three seconds to initiate the lock. The flashlight will flash at the Low brightness level and then power off. Press and hold both switches for three seconds to unlock the flashlight and power-on the last-used brightness level. The Fenix TK41C flashlight pack contains a holster, lanyard, O-ring and user manual.

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