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Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by lotsofstufftogo, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. Lord Bear

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    For CR123A fans the Surefire T1A is available with aluminum construction. The Quark 123 is TINY! Great light. Wish I'd drop the thing to check build quality! Just kidding. Mine is Ti construction and other than getting extremely warm on high, it works great. My EZ CR123 also gets VERY warm on high. CR2's are even smaller but have none to compare. My beef with CR2 lights is "usable size". If clicky switched, I wouldn't be able to operate the Quark 123. Hands too big. YMMV.
     
  2. lisantica

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    Lummi Wee is, well yes, wee. The Drake/Drako's are quite small, kind of pricey though. The new Quark CR2 is short, a bit chubby. I like the EOS A3 by iTP, VERY affordable. It's small yet mighty.
     
  3. supa_hec

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    Nitecore EZAA has been worth the almost 50 bucks I spent on it. I've dropped it several times (often on concrete) and put it through its paces and it has'nt failed me yet. A single li-AA lasts me almost 2 months using it constantly.
     
  4. SF1

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    The La Petite killer is a wonderful, very small, custom piece of the flashlight makers art, and we may never see anything like it again. I wear mine 24/7.
     
  5. ObiHann

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    just curious why you don't just the the ez123?
     
  6. Tixx

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    I have a Wee NS which I carry in the change pocket of my jeans. It has blue trits as well. It's a truly fabulous little torch. I have the 50 lumen one. I love it so much that I've just ordered a 25 lumen one in Stainless Steel. The one with trits can live on the bedside table, they're really bright. The new one can come everywhere with me instead. I've already set up a Mcgizmo clip and swivel for it.
     
  9. koolranch

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    +1 on teh Quark mini..
     
  10. MedXLT

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    Agreed on the 4Sevens Quark Mini (Video Review)... I can't imaging a CR123A light being any smaller!
     
  11. seawolf69

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    Streamlight's Nanolight?
     
  12. flash lite

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    the preon by 47 for really small
     
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    For under 5 bucks it is a great little light!
     
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    I was amazed at how small the 47 mini 123 is