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Flashlight EDC

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by adamsredlines, Jan 16, 2018.

  1. HFS

    HFS Sharpshooter

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    Sir, step away from the toolbox!
    Thank you for the recommendations above, I will look into those.
    The lights with 'ten programmable modes' and 'seven output levels' is too much for me to fool with.

    And I know they cost more but I like lithium batteries in any decent (not super cheap) device because both Energizer and Duracell alkaline have gone to crap and they will leak even when kept inside (climate controlled).
     
  2. Glock 40

    Glock 40 Problem Solver

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    Sad but true statement. Left Energizer went to Duracell 10 years ago. They ruined so many of my devices over the next few years. Sure they will pay you back but some stuff is not replaceable. Been using Energizers again for a couple years with better results. Nothing ruined yet this time. I did mainly switch to Eneloop rechargeable many years ago to limit my alkaline batt usage.
     
  3. Glock 'em down

    Glock 'em down Sharpshooter

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    I use Surefire batteries in Surefire lights and Streamlight batteries in Streamlights. Thataway if I have a battery leak or cause some kinda problem, they will replace them for free.
     
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