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They seem to have some well made lights and i pretty much like the looks.  I have never heard of them before til now when they came up in a search.

 

http://www.mrlite.com/index.asp

 

I have been sending them emails on how to acquire and order a light.

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I'd be interested to know what sort of prices. They say they do Paypal but they may only be interested in big orders. Some of the lights look like Tank007 models but then there are only so many ways to design a tube to hold batteries with a switch at one end and an LED at the other.

 

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Yes of course your right.......i hope the person i was chatting with in emails doesnt think that im going to put in a big order.....i just want one or two.

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I was taking a look at these two lights......

 

 

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Thanks for posting that man......i just love the look of there lights.  Shiny gray is starting to look better then the normal black.

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Not all that cheap though. $51 for the 18650 plus shipping from HK. Not that the shipping will be all that much. I do wonder about what they call their "Military" model having fluorescent orange inserts though. http://www.mrlite.com/pro02.asp?id=1003  That said the $51 for the R2 model includes a charger and a couple of 18650 cells.

 

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Yes i know what you mean......being in the military myself it either had to be flat black or od green.  Nothing shiny or bright.  For what you get its not bad at all, it depends of course the quality of the cells and charger.  Im still waiting on confirmation about the second light in my link.  I dont trust the specs but for me its something thats different in my collection.

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Hmmm interesting.  We should probably add this to our budget dealers section of the forums.  Seems like they don't have any AA lights.

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They do....thats something that i inquired about, it seems that there 14500 lithium lights are able to use nimh and alkies. http://www.mrlite.com/pro02.asp?id=1022

According to them you get max output with liths then you do with alkies or nimh but they are compatible with other cells.  Im interested in this light since its able to use 18650, 14500, and 16340's.  http://www.mrlite.com/pro02.asp?id=1028

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Ah, http://www.mrlite.com/pro02.asp?id=1028 looks nice.  Any pricing info?

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For the ones that im looking at, i havent gotten word yet. 

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