Hi everyone! I’m in the market for a new EDC flashlight, but I haven’t looked at lights in a few years and am hoping for recommendations! I’ll be using the Flashlight Recommendation Checklist stickied in this subforum, but I’ll also be happy to answer other questions or clarify my answers if needed. 1. I’m looking for a small light to keep in my shoulder bag that goes with me everywhere. The last light I had was a Coast HP1, which took one AA battery and was advertised as “maxing out at 190 lumens”, though I am very doubtful about that. I was happy with the size, mechanism, and light output, but I had two or three of them and was ultimately not very happy with the durability. I don’t think I was very hard on the clip, but it broke on every one I had. Of course, I think I was paying about $10, so there’s the problem, I guess. 2. I will probably buy my light online, but when possible I prefer to avoid Amazon and Wal-Mart for ethical reasons. 3. I would prefer to spend no more than $30. 4. I imagine the light being between 3 and 5 inches long, so I guess a larger pocket or smaller holster size, based on the suggestions in the checklist. I don’t have a preference on width, and anything in this size range would be find weight-wise. 5. I prefer LED bulbs but this is not important to me. 6. I prefer common alkaline batteries. 7. I’m not really sure about lumen count. Maybe 60+. “I want to do Caving”. ! really liked the output on the Coast I’m replacing, which, again, claimed to max out at 190. So who knows. 8. Throw vs Flood. I really like an adjustable beam. There are times when I really want a wide beam, and there are times when I want a tightly focused one. 9. I’d definitely like at least 2 or 3 hours of runtime. 10. I guess I’d say durability is very important, but I’m willing to sacrifice this for price if necessary. 11 and 12. I prefer a clicky sitch on the end. 13. On and off is plenty for me, no other modes needed. 14. I strongly prefer metal bodies. 15. I like a clip, but it’s not a dealbreaker. I'd appreciate your recommendations! Thanks for reading.