quality posts: 46
Bought all the lights before when they were offered. The 3 all have different application. The dual light is great for using when you dont want to wake others but need to see. The Tac Torch is BRIGHT and will easily shine across my cul-de-sac and light the neighbors door. Great for spotting the Coyotes out here. And the 95 lumen is a great everyday light (my little one claimed this as her own).
I wish the large 500 lumen one was on sale. It is a beast and great to bring on late evening walks.
"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse..." - John Stuart Mill
quality posts: 95
Several Years ago, Woot! offered some LED flashlights that ran on "D" cells. I got two and they were some of the best things I have every gotten. In an outage, one light, aimed at the ceiling made the room navigable. When there is some critter out in the (rural) landscape, it casts a powerful beam. Give up on "toy" flashlights and get at least one of these!
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quality posts: 149
The light thrown by the v2 is uneven and relatively dim. The positive is that it works. Most other flashlights require being beaten to keep them on, driving the users to hurl a failed flashlight out into the darkness, risking harm and lawsuits from camping litigators. These LED Lemsers turn on when you need them and off when you're done. and could save you millions in wrongful death lawsuits.
Please do not increment my Quality Posts count. 69 is a good place to be. ;-)
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