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Discussion in 'Firearm Accessories & Gear' started by man200, Apr 22, 2013.
I'd want to buy led light 500+ lm. Please share with your led flashlights. and why do you own it?
I got this one a few months ago I can attach it to either of my AR's so thats a plus but I bought it because it's so frickin bright, for when you really want to light it up. I also bought the recommended Panasonic (green colored) batteries for better performance then the average CR123 batteries they are both on Amazon. A great flash light if you want Bright Brilliant light.
Fenix TK22 U2 650 Lumens Cree LED lossless orange-peel reflector Flashlight with 2 X EdisonBright CR123A Batteries
FOUR 3100mAh Panasonic 18650 Lithium-ion Batteries
Tell me please where did you buy your light and what is the price of it?
Streamlight Stingers. now using their LED version. rechargeable, with a piggy-back battery stick charger. paid $180 for off one of the tool trucks.
I own an aluminum flashlight, I find it to be much lighter!
I have picked up two no-name cheapies off of eBay. One I've had for probably five years, the other for probably two. They have both been great. I don't see any reason to put down significant cash on one.
You can get this from supercuttingtools.com
Was there supposed to be a link?
gear cutting tools. kind of confused what that had to do with LED flashlights. but it's still early and i haven't had coffee yet!
and what flashlight? how many lumens is it?
Surefire E2D defender ultra --- 500/5 lumens the regulars 200 lumens
Streamlight pro-tack hl ten tap programable -- 600 lumens with strobe and low setting
Ultrafire 1000 lumen $8.30, Amazon.
Check goinggear.com i use them for all my flash lights. Fast shipping and a real great test on most all the lights they carry. A real good thrower ive been using for sone time nowbis the jetbeam bc40 in cool white. Take 4 cr124 or 2 18650s. Gets around 800lms paid 60 with shipping. Has the creed xml led in it. Only 2 modes tho. But im not complaning.
Thanks for your suggestions. I decided to buy Armytek Predator, 670 lumens. The price is about $106. It's a great tactical light, has a rugged matte body, comes with a lanyard, and it really illuminates well at good distances. I don't have much experience with all the different companies, but I like Armytek and can recommend this one.
never heard of that brand before. i have been using MagLite, StreamLight, and SureFire for many years now. i know about the quality of them and i know they work as advertised. some of my lights are pricey, but they fulfill my needs.
good luck with your new light and let us know how well it works.