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Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by tralha, Oct 16, 2018.
is there a compact (cr123) rechargeable, enough power flashlight?
Can I ask if you need the size over the amount of aHrs?
A rechargeable CR123 based light isn’t going to have much runtime.
You looking for a rechargeable battery or need it to charge inside the light itself?
I prefer a light without charger, 2-3 hrs runtime would be enough, about 100 lumens, a lesser mode would be great
I’m tempted to recommend an RCR123 cell and a Malkoff MDC in CR123 size.
The RCR123s can be had with good car or A/C double chargers if needed just have less power available.
His MDCs have threee modes with a LowLow on start.
Not (exactly) cheap but great stuff.
I have the AA MDC in Neutral and use it almost every day/night with a Surefire red filter on it when I get home as to not wake the wife.
There are several flashlights are 16340 compatible and you can make them rechargeable by buying a 16340 with built in micro-usb for about $10. The Olight S1 mini baton comes with one for about $50. The Fenix E18r uses a magnetic charger for $64.
Mecarmy PT16 seems to do the job at least for me.
Battery is built in and ready to go without removing from light.
Affordable is different to each of us so.......?
You should be able to get lights that meet this criteria easily. I was a little skeptical of what you would consider to be an "enough power flashlight", but 100 lumens is a very reasonable expectation for such a light.
The recommendations already listed in this thread are all good ones.
However, if none of these lights strike your fancy, I would second SOS24's suggestion: