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Old 12-29-2013, 07:59 AM   #43
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There is only ONE type of LED handheld flashlight that I will ever buy. It has more power and high lumens output I have ever seen in a handheld plus it's lightweight too.

Dorcy 41-4750 190-Lumen High Flux LED Cyber Light Flashlight with Alkaline Batteries, Yellow - Amazon.com

This thing will light up objects a quarter mile away with almost 200 well focused lumens of bright light.

I liked it so much I bought one for each of my siblings and I have two, one for the coach and one for the car.

Trust me you won't be disappointed!

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Old 12-29-2013, 12:01 PM   #44
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Comes in three sizes. Am impressed with operation so far.
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:19 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by Paul R. Haller View Post
My favorite is a Streamlight Ultra stinger. They are designed for a termite inspector and undergo the worst conditions. They are rechargeable on 120 AC as well as 12 volt DC. I used them for years as a general contractor in my truck. In my tow vehicle I have one right next to the drivers seat in a cradle always charging and 2 permanently mounted chargers and flashlights by the front door in the 5er See here:

Streamlight 78024 UltraStinger Flashlight with 120V AC Home and 12V DC Vehicle Fast Chargers, Black - Amazon.com

75,000 candela, 295 lumens, The brightest flashlight available. Not the least expensive but they hold up to total abuse and parts are available if you run over them with your truck or drop them off the roof from 30 feet high onto concrete. Lifetime guarantee. No, I do not sell them, Just a very satisfied customer.
-Paul R. Haller-
+2 except I have the Stinger(smaller head). Only downsides are expensive and battery capacity only allows 1-2 hours per charge which is not usually a problem as it is stored in the charger.
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We have been using solar charging flashlight we bought at Costco. Sent our crank up to goodwill.
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I am also a fan of the Maglite. Have several of the 3D, 2D and AA models. Couple of problems with them. Switch covers seem to disappear. I leave the flashlight setting on it's lens. Then remember that I left it on. It is still working after being on for 2 to 3 days. I get my Maglites at Lowes during there after Thanksgiving Sales. The 2 and 3 cell lights are $15.

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