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UER Forum > UE Tutorials, Lessons, and Useful Info > Flashlight Choices (Viewed 139915 times)
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< Reply # 140 on 3/10/2009 6:59 PM >
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I'm looking into the LED LENSER P14,

With adjustable beam- up to 961 ft range,
4 AA-most widely available batteries out there.
180 hour battery life

$103





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< Reply # 141 on 3/11/2009 10:38 AM >
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I don't invest large amounts in my flashlights, I tend to lose or break them no matter how good they are, so far good one is energizer hard case series in 2aa, 2c and 2d LED, range from 10$ to about 30$, water proof, shock proof, idiot proof, and for special occasions my husky 3 million candle power, it'll even warm you up haha




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< Reply # 142 on 3/22/2009 2:41 AM >
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I use a Mini Maglight 3-AA LED flashlight. It works great and is surprisingly bright for being a MiniMag.




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< Reply # 143 on 3/22/2009 4:47 AM >
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anything LED works great, just like to keep a redlense on the damn things to not attract the attention.




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< Reply # 144 on 3/27/2009 10:07 AM >
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Personally, I take my Surefire A2 Aviator with me. Figure its got 3 red leds for low light and a 80 (i think) lumen main beam when needed.

Beyond that, just a cheapo 6 led light with build in laser works wonders.




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< Reply # 145 on 4/2/2009 11:09 PM >
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I look for a Stenlight S7 caving headlamp


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About 300$ But its for life!




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< Reply # 146 on 4/17/2009 3:36 AM >
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Streamlight.




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< Reply # 147 on 4/17/2009 6:45 AM >
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I'm looking into the LED LENSER P14,

With adjustable beam- up to 961 ft range,
4 AA-most widely available batteries out there.
180 hour battery life

$103




How did you go with the Led Lenser? I've not heard much about them on here. I have a P7 and always wondered what the P14 would be like.




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< Reply # 148 on 4/17/2009 3:02 PM >
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I use the Surefire E2d Led Defender.




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< Reply # 149 on 4/20/2009 10:37 PM >
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How did you go with the Led Lenser? I've not heard much about them on here. I have a P7 and always wondered what the P14 would be like.





Th p14 works wonders for me, so far I've used it 5+ hours on the high output setting and it still gots juice left.






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< Reply # 150 on 4/21/2009 12:14 AM >
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Th p14 works wonders for me, so far I've used it 5+ hours on the high output setting and it still gots juice left.



That's some nice even lighting from such a compact torch. Cheers for the feedback.





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< Reply # 151 on 4/21/2009 12:49 AM >
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I use a nite lite hunting lite when needed its a bit heavy but offers a knob that dims the lite when needed or blasts bright lite if wanted for hours on end for backup and defence a 3D maglite and a pocket maglite can never go wrong with maglites I own 2 3D'S and 2 2D's and have put them through all kinds of abuse.

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< Reply # 152 on 4/24/2009 2:23 AM >
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Hey midwest urban85, where did you get the mount for the light that I see attached to the hat? I have a few carbide miner's lamps, but I can't find a hat attachment.




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< Reply # 153 on 4/26/2009 7:49 PM >
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Hey midwest urban85, where did you get the mount for the light that I see attached to the hat? I have a few carbide miner's lamps, but I can't find a hat attachment.


The hat came with the mount attached. I have both a hard hat and the billed hat pictured above, otherwise here is a link for the nite lite brand hat.

http://www.huntsma...racket_LP2008.html




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< Reply # 154 on 5/19/2009 9:24 AM >
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I use a Husky Tools 3d light (much like a 3d maglite) and a brinkmann led light which really sucks and i don't recommend it (picture below, to further help you avoid the brinkmann)






Its true. I still use the Brinkmann for my emergency light. The battery life is great, but it doesnt throw light worth a damn.

A good buddy of mine uses a Delta Force by Smith & Wesson, it puts my old Surefire to shame. In fact i just ordered one and the price is unbeatable.

http://www.cheaper...t.com/38100-1.html


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< Reply # 155 on 5/19/2009 9:29 AM >
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I wonder if it would be possible to hook a car headlight to a battery and use that as a light source... If so, that would be my choice.


Actually the now infamous Peter Sand from Minneapolis did this. He had a rig he wore on his back that consisted of 4 headlights and a motorcycle battery.




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< Reply # 156 on 6/11/2009 5:09 AM >
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How did you go with the Led Lenser? I've not heard much about them on here. I have a P7 and always wondered what the P14 would be like.



I got the p17 a few months back.

LOVE IT!





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< Reply # 157 on 10/7/2009 3:20 PM >
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I use this in a 6D maglite.

http://www.battery...n.com/tle-6k2.html

Its almost too bright for drains, allows me to focus (flood/spot) the beam and runs for < 12 hours on 6 D cells.

Having said that however, always carry 3 sources of light whenever draining/caving or exploring after dark.




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< Reply # 158 on 11/13/2009 8:16 PM >
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This is an excellent one, and I got it for free.

http://www.4imprin...ode-LED-Flashlight




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< Reply # 159 on 11/26/2009 7:14 AM >
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Mini-maglite-
2x AA batterie model:
~water proof,
~durable,
~good quality,
~comes with an extra bulb(stored in the shaft),

$20- a great price for a reliable flashlight...




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