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Old 01-09-2013, 05:35 AM   #11
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Well, I won't object to drinking while playing golf (heck, that was my handicap when I played) but drinking on the job? Not so much.
To each his/her own. For me nothing beats a lunch break under the stars with a couple beers. No lunch break I ever took even touches that.

Anyway back on topic, recently picked this up for the nightstand... It's just a 9 volt with this little glowing attachment. Had two light output levels, amazing beam on high. Great for getting around the house at night.

Dang, app says pictures won't post without crashing, but then each attempt shows up. Latest update has ruined this app...

Called Pak-lite
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Old 01-11-2013, 02:30 AM   #12
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I have a Streamlight LED Strion for work, LED Stinger for my MADD & auxiliary constable duties and a Ultra Stinger for around the house as well as a couple of older "C" and "D" cell Maglites although they don't get much use anymore.

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Costco in my area has 250 lumen lights that are pretty decent. They don't have the focus beam feature but they have high, low & strobe and they run on 3 AAA batteries which is convenient and inexpensive. They are 3 for $19.95 or so.

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