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Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by cowsmilk, Mar 3, 2014.
Thorfire TS07 for me.
ThruNite Archer A1V3
IMG_20180620_152450_736 by Rob Malaguti, on Flickr
Keep this in my vehicle now. Old shining beam c-mini, swapped to a 1x AA body running a 14500 3.0v lithium primary (will work on 1.5 AA as well, just high is no longer 280 lumens). Great light, low/med/high/strobe selectable and saved (does not switch through modes via tailcap, but rather loosen/tighten head). Many years of heat/cold and not a hiccup.
... NovaTac 120 ...
Keychain light, Fenix E05, pocket light Fenix LD09 with a 14500 battery.
Could not be more pleased.
Most days I carry this thrunite ti3 on a suspension clip. I love it. I can’t even feel it in my pocket.
Another vote for the surefire EDCL1-T
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Am I the only one noticing the unfortunate name of this flashlight?
Fenix pd32 ue
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Nitecore MH20 Hasn't failed me yet and I am tough on her.
HDS in the pocket and DQG Hobi on the keychain.
Today I received an Olight SMini Copper.
Never had a copper flashlight before I love the feel of it, the UI is really nice and the size of great for my jeans coin pocket.
This will be replacing my Quark Mini.
These two, a Milwaukee latern and a lego'd Quark AA lately these days thinking of picking up a Streamlight polytax X though or a new Microstream or Stylus Pro as my company gives out AAs and AAAs on the truck restock sheets
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@Kev2488: Streamlight Microstream and Stylus Pro are my two favorites lights. Not real fancy; mine don't have multiple 'modes' - which I actually prefer not having - and just plain utilitarian and reliable! Always have a Microstream in my pocket, a Stylus Pro in my bag, and usually one or the other in every FAK. Together with a headlamp of course!
I'm also a believer in AA and AAA cells. Easy to get anywhere. For my purposes, dependable.
Moshe ben David