Tiny flashlight

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Sniper X, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. Aghartha

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    I keep a little 13l Fenix EO1 on my keychain for small stuff like poking around bikes or under the desk or whatever. I keep a 300l Ultrafire in my backpack already, and with a light that bright I was getting annoyed using it in small spaces or tents. The EO1 has been a great daily-use light, while the Ultrafire just gets used if the power goes out, walking in the woods at night, etc.

    I ordered that NiteIze kit for the AA Mini Mag that lives in my toolbox, hopefully it's a nice as they say. I like using the Maglite, and it was a gift so I could never get rid of it, but it's just so anemic out of the box.
  2. Sniper X

    Sniper X De Oppresso Liber

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    I wish the PLx had worked out but LOVE the new PD20. It is better light and more light than the PLx had, and does an even lower setting on setting one, and a LITTLE more light on setting 2 and is bright enough for night and woods use on high or turbo.
  3. MillCreek

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    http://www.shiningbeam.com/servlet/the-73/HypeTac-P2A-SS-LED/Detail

    After reading some posts in Candlepower Forums, I bought a couple of the stainless steel LED penlights shown above. Three brightness levels, made entirely out of stainless, and excellent fit and finish. With batteries, a bit on the heavy side, but this will serve well as an EDC flashlight that can be pressed into service as a kubotan.
  4. FPGT72

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    This is an older thread....so wanted to see if anyone has suggestions. Looking for a nice small BRIGHT...CENTER OF THE SUN BRIGHT...flashlight for the wife to carry when she goes to work. She has her CCW but can't carry at work...she works at an airport.

    You know the type of clothing a business female wears, suits, skirt suits few if any pockets.

    I was thinking something with a wrist strap, and small but not real small.

    I would like to keep it under $200
  5. Sniper X

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    Can you define small? Its a very subjective thing! I think of small flashlight and think of the Fenix PD20

    I have four Fenix lights and they rock.

    http://www.fenixoutfitters.com/fenix-pd20-led-flashlight-r5-edt.-with-clip-238