There is a push button on/off switch for the Mini Maglite. I have it on one with an LED upgrade in my safe. It gets used a lot.Matt G - That's a pretty sweet find. It looks a lot like the high dollar "tactical" flashlights advertised in the gun magazines. I like the compact size, too.
I got a nifty minimag LED light for Christmas. I like it a lot, but it is activated by twisting the head of the light rather than pushing an on/off button. That takes two hands and isn't too tacti-cool. On the plus side, the minimag light LED is bright as all get out and takes three AA batteries. Survivalists will like that you can also use it as a candle.
Here is a detailed review with pictures:
Flashlight Review: Mini Maglite LED - Associated Content
80 lumen .Any idea what the lumen rating is? The E2DL is about 120 lumens on the bright setting.
Since I bought it, I've played with it for close to 20 hours before I noticed a decrease in light output. The packaging claimed 17 hour run time at 80 lumen output and it has surpassed that.