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I designed 2 models of flashlight. One is a mini light. (0.06~200Lumens at 13 levels.). My doctor friend like it very much. And another one is a big one, has a size a bit smaller than Surefire M6 Guardian and Fenix TK40. But it's quite powerful. (the brightest MC-E light.)

Enjoy some photos. They are about how we use the light.





Have a look on pic #4.
The red shirt is lightened by the mini light. Quite interesting, isn't?
 


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I designed 2 models of flashlight. One is a mini light. (0.06~200Lumens at 13 levels.). My doctor friend like it very much. And another one is a big one, has a size a bit smaller than Surefire M6 Guardian and Fenix TK40. But it's quite powerful. (the brightest MC-E light.)



Have a look on pic #4.
The red shirt is lightened by the mini light. Quite interesting, isn't?
I like
 

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Im sorry, I'll stick with my surefires.
 

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What'd that light run ya Bob? If you dont mind me askin.
 

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What'd that light run ya Bob? If you dont mind me askin.
Buy.com had a special on it, $24.95 with free shipping. The regular price is $49
 

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a couple of guys at work have the fancy steamlight stinger LED flashlight. these things are unreasonably bright. shine them accross the shop at the florescent overheads and it will drown them out. if someone shines it in your face, you can still see the spot through closed eyelids. crazy bright. kinda spendy though...i think in the $130 range.

 

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I got a ~60lumen LED flashlight from Cabela's that last a couple hours on 2AA Lithium batteries. They have an 80lumen version out now.

Surefire G2® LED or a Fenix light are what I want.
 

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The G2 was always too expensive, i paid 35 bucks for the executive series E2e and it did awesome, anoth 30 bux you can buy a 120 lumens bulb.
 

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I don't have many lights, but I'd like to buy or trade the best ones.
There are reasons:
1- I am curious how good they are, because I am a designer.
2- I like some great concepts.
3- I'd like to have more lights to show.

I personally prefer multi-18650 lights in the car, and 123A or CR2 lights in the pocket. No AA lights, except as gifts. It's easy for me to buy 16340/14500 or any size Li-on batteries, but difficult to ship them.

I also like headlamps. I hope to get a Surefire Saint. Is it available now? If P.K agree, I hope to trade one with him. LOL.

I don't have rifles or pistols, so weapon lights isn't in my collection. But I am also interested in producing them, so they are welcome too.
 

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the brightest by FAR that i own and have used is one made STREAM LIGHT. I bought it off the MATCO truck at work, they cost a lot but its worth it. My good friend is a EMT and he carry's one with him
 

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lol these are really good flashlight but they have one down fall and that is they run off of lithium batteries that only run like 60min or so!!!!The bigger luminous in a led flashlight than your talking alot for a little light that does not last long and cost alot for batteries which i think is a waste to me which i do not have money to waste but i bought this one flashlight off of sears.com for like $50.00 bucks which i find it last for while and is really bright and is rechargeable from car or home!!!
but here the spec for you to decide

Specifications
Product Overview:
Product Type: Flashlight
Flashlight Type: Rechargeable Flashlight
Item Weight: 1.13 lbs.
General Features:
Bulb Type: LED
Flashlight:
Flashlight Bulb Type: LED
Flashlight Housing Color: Black
Flashlight Housing Material: Aluminum
Rechargeable Flashlight: Yes
Flashlight Type: Rechargeable
Materials & Finishes:
Material, Overall: Aluminum
Power:
Type: Rechargeable batteries
Power Adapter Type: AC Adapter, DC Adapter Included
Batteries:
Cell Type: Nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cad)
Battery Charger:
Type: AC & DC chargers
Included with Item:
Charger: Yes
 

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Say what??? The LED versions of these newer lights last 10+ hours with CF123's. I get about 12 hours out of my Surefire.
 

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