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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    picked up a new flashlight, not top of the line but certainly well worth the $20 in my opinion. It's a Romisen RC-G2 150lumens light. Powered off a single AA battery, which I threw in a AA 2500mAh Eneloop battery. I only bought one to test but am pretty pleased with it so I'm getting couple...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I bought my self a Fenix TK11 a year or so back and I absolutely love it. Picked up a pack of rechargeable batteries for it. I now have a few Fenix products along with that TK11 which I affectionately call my "adventure light." I carry it everywhere I go. A while back I even used it to smash...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    There are lots of cheap, small flashlights out there. Looking for recommendations for a reasonably priced quality small lightweight flashlight with relatively long battery life. It will be for my BOB bag emergency use only. Thanks in advance.
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    After seeing the little circuit board in the end of my LED flashlight I just wondered if an EMP could 'blow' the bulb. I've been assuming that a traditional flashlight bulb would be safe, but as I'm writing this I'm unsure why I think that. Any interweb experts in the house who could set me...
  5. Military Weapons Forum
    What do you think is the optimal lumens for a weapons light? This is supposed to be a survivalist forum, so lets talk post SHTF. You and your family have planted a nice plot of peas, cucumbers, squash, snap beans,,,, and whatever else you want. To stop people from looting the garden, and to...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Anyone else into them, or am I the only one here who gets a kick out of 500+ lumen Surefire 6P's and the like?
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    After research and shopping for days I have been stuck on these 3 flashlights, I'm not sure which one to get for my bob. Which ever one gets the first ten votes I'll go with. Here they are: 4sevens quark AA tactical r5- 2 aa batteries- $57 Coast model Hp8420- 4 aaa batteries -$49 Fenix E21-...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
  9. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I just received my flashlight from China that's supposed to be 250 lumens, which is supposed to be about three times brighter than a full size maglight. Well it's not even as bright as my $2 keychain LED light, and it has a short in it and the light flickers. And I paid $18 to boot. Stay away...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Been thinking about doing this thread for a while and MIL-DOT got me into the mood with his recent flashlight thread. So, I'm a flashaholic. No it's not what you think. A flashaholic is someone who collects, builds, modifies or simply appreciates a good flashlight. Basically we're portable...
  11. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I have been using the Fenix PD20 for a while now and really like it for EDC. I carry a EagleTac in the car and it get some use too. They both are 123 cell light which seem to last a long time. So what is your EDC flashlight?
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Finally, I found a perfect 1AA flashlight for me. The body is the same as all Inova X1 predecessors but with a few improvements. I believethat Inova finally nailed it. Here is what separates it from the older models. - Simple Operation. Constant or Momentary High and Low and a Lockout mode...
  13. Knives, Swords & Axes
    I picked up a Leatherman Wave combo pack that came with a Monarch 400 45 Lumen flashlight and a holster for them. Just $25 for BOTH at Academy Sports & Outdoors. Good prep item or for hiking etc. Get yours while they're still on sale -- Cheapest I found online for just the Monarch is $30 so...
  14. Vendor Deals
    In celebration of Independence Day, and to showcase one of our newest products, we are giving away a premium-quality LED flashlight. Pelican brand flashlights are used by firefighters, law enforcement, servicemen, and other public service personnel. Here are some of the features we like with...
  15. Urban Survival
    Something happened to the main power feed for my town, and then the backup power feed failed. Someone said it was related to the wildfire about 15 miles north of here, but I do not have any proof of that. The first thing I realized was that we do not have a radio here at work that works off...
  16. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've heard how electronics would be fried in case of an EMP attack (electromagnetic pulse) and am wondering if LED flashlight emitters would be fried too, or they'd be safe because they're so small and wouldn't catch enough of the pulse to be affected. I keep a couple in a metal safe just to be...
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I got this in a "mystery box" off the Internet. Have gotten several useful items in them and sell the rest. I put it in my closet, but now in the BOB. It is an igadget 7 in 1 gadget. It has a FM radio, compass, thermometer, whistle, signal mirror, magnifier and led flashlight. Not a bad find...
  18. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Long story short, I like the Surefire G2X Pro. Now for the rest of the story. The other day I received a Surefire G2X Pro test sample. Even though Surefire supplied the test flashlight, it in no way influenced my opinion on the light. Mainly because I was not the one testing the light, it was...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Going to be camping soon & figured this would be a good time to pick up an LED lantern. Any suggestions out there? I dont want to spend over $60 if I dont have to... But I do want a very durable, bright, high quality lantern with possible multi functions. So what are all the new gimmicks &...
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