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  • Cool simple light

    posted by neon9

    Solid build for this price range.Small and compact.Light but does not feel flimsy.Bright little flashlight.Uses CR123a batteries and the like."MXDL 3W" is a small print on the flashlight. Good that it is not printed in large letters across the entire body.
    These are not issues but observations:Slight blue tint with the light. Simple twist mechanism to switch on/off.There are no buttons or anything, other than the twisting.
    Great little flashlight for the price. Recommended.
  • Great little LED flashlight!

    posted by logozo

    Fits everywhere, perfect to carry around if you have to fish behind servers, desks or inside cramped spaces. Slips into a backpack or purse easily, uses AAAs (I put a NiMH in it). Bright (for a small LED light.
    That light has only one mode (on/off), no hi/low/strobe - but personally it suits me well as I see this light as a secondary/backup light. Go for a good AA flashlight if you need something better or fore heavier duty use.
    Great little light to keep in an emergency kit, or carry around.
  • my first CREE flashlight...WOW

    posted by mohamed

    very solid and feels nice to holdcompacti like the orange tailcapvery brightlooks awesome
    my first cree flashlight, as i have nothing to compare to i cannot comment on how bright it actually is....but for my standards, its really bright, a very great buy!!! lights up my whole backyard at night.
    i think my flashlight has a textured reflector, i really wanted a smooth reflector, but its still good
  • An OK universal flashlight

    posted by liubartas

    18650 or AAA batteries can be used, it looks OK. It is rather easy to go from square spot to spill. It can tailstand.It is suitable for bicycle riding but you may want to consider other flaslights as it loses light having no reflector.Otherwise an OK/good piece of manufacturing.My light dropped on stones after lanyard broke, which resulted maybe in a couple of small specs on the body but one has really search for them and there was no effect on function.
    It has no hotspot. The spill is even with a couple of ligt rings outside but they are negligable.It has no reflector, so much light is lost when in spot mode.I has, IMHO, a simple plastic lens, no fancy coatings whatsoever.The High mode draws up to 2.05 A (at least - my DMM probably is an average and may not be very accurate). Middle mode is about 0.8A, Low is 0.03 (mostly on my DMM), rarely it can get to 0.14A. I tried to get stable measurement but sometimes it is just brighter than usually.Head does not get hot or even warm after half an hour so it may really not take 2.8A current and/or heatsinking is not that good.It has an O ring at the tail but no on the front.Threads on the tail are pretty shallow and are not square but worked fine for me.
    It is a bright light after my ~5 y. old one, it is good for riding a bicycle if you do not require hotspot or correctly working memmory. Middle mode has OK/satisfacory light levels for riding, and High mode is more comfortable. Low could be used too in darkness but it would force you into rather slow ride. A light with reflector will not be as adjustable but may throw more light and not just absorb it.
  • Nice !

    posted by gasbag11

    Seems well made. O-rings front and rear, but none on the lens. Finish is very nice and the color looks much nicer than the picture. More like a titanium than gray. Small enough for a pocket. Reverse clicky feels good. Not cheap like a lot of lights. Also gives a good gripping surface. Has a glass lens.
    70 lumens would have been nice but that's very hard to find in this price range. It has enough light for most purposes though, and AA batteries are easy to find and inexpensive.
    The color makes it look much more expensive than it is, so if you want a pretty small, expensive looking light, you can't go wrong for this price. :)

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