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  1. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    The thing about Rayovac, they have a reputation of low cost, low quality flashlights. When someone ask about a good quality flashlight, what are the first brand names mentioned? Usually its Maglight, Surefire, Fenix,,, but not Rayovac. From what it appears, Rayovac is trying to improve that...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Preferably slim as possible. I wear shorts all the time it's hot down here, and my price range is $20-30. I've tried those $5 LED lights in the store they suck they always shut off and flicker when you smack it. I hate those flashlights like sure fire that use proprietary batteries that are...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    When I started promoting SureFire lights in 2005 (When they became a sponsor of mine) The challenge I had according to their marketing manager at the time (He has since left and went somewhere else) was getting the public to want to spend average of $100.00 for a flashlight. Now once again I...
  4. General Discussion
    I am looking for some advice on buying a good reasonably priced LED flashlight. Anyone have any experience with 4sevens or Fenix vs Surefire?
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Does anyone have some input on this light? LED, IR {IFF} RED, BLUE, GREEN selection. Link here.....http://www.energizer.com/products/flashlights/hardcasetactical/Pages/tactical.aspx Wondering if $100 is worth it. I trust you folks opinion over the random internet reviews....:thumb:
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Flashlights have come a long way. The brightness of light can be measured in lumens. A typical maglite, good product, throws about 50 lumens of light. The world's most powerfull throws about 5000 lumens. A car's headlight thows about 630 lumens. The most powerful in the world used to...
  7. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I just read an article about the new Duracell Daylite flashlights. Does anyone have one? It seems like it could supply great lighting in 80 to 160 lumens quality at a lower cost than other flashlights. Duracell's new Daylite series of flashlights turn night into day using proprietary TrueBeam...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Okay I'll share with you... My name is Takezo... (hello Takezo) And I'm a flashlight nut. Yesterday I found a great deal at Costco. Two tactical LED flashlights for $14.95 (instant rebate). Made by Techlite (lumen master). I bought the set. They're about the size of a Surefire 3-P. Wow...
  9. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Greetings, I have come to realize that it's good to have lites that run on different batteries, in case you cannot get the right cells. For example, if you have one of these new LED Mags but run out of D cells, you can use C cells. 2D Mag will take 3xC cells (Just reverse the spring or put...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm looking for a quality, powerful (as can be) LED flashlight that uses AA batteries! I'm really focused at making logistics easier for myself! All of the electronic survival accessories that I have purchased only use the AA size battery! So, with that in mind I would appreciate any help and...
  11. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    This is my first attempt at a review but I will try to do some more in the not to distant future. They will mostly be high end flashlights but I will try do do some on various pocket knives, machette's, and other survival gear I own. Ok well up for review today is the Surefire LX2. This is a...
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    These are the LED lamps and LED flash lights I have. Pics 1 -5 are two commercial types I have purchased over the last 6 months. They have two brightness settings, the larger one uses 4 x aa Alk. or rechargeables and the smaller one uses 4 x aaa Alk. or rechargeable batteries. Pics 6 and 7...
  13. Urban Survival
    A guy on youtube posted a comment that LED's have a life expectancy of 11,000 hours instead of 100,000 hours. I asked him to send me a link to the study. That comment was posted on one of my video just a few hours ago. So, has anyone read up on the LED life expectancy? Even if the...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    How many of you have an LED flashlight? The next time you think about buying a new flashlight, you might want to consider an LED. The bulb life is somewhere around 100,000 hours, and three AAA batteries are supposed to give around 80 hours of light. A few months ago I started phasing out my...
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