Favourite AAA lights

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I guess your saying that using a lith is out of the question then....lol, but thats my favorite color though.  Hows the runtime on nimh, and is it bright enough to walk down the street with my doggy.

With Darkness, there will always be Light.

 

 

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About 1hr 45 mins to 50% in Jayki's review. I got 1hr 59mins to 50%. Review of the Tank here. You can see beamshots on my usual test range (a.k.a. my backyard) in this group review here

 

I used it this morning to spot a large black dog in a dark park (Search for Stewart Park, Aberdeen, AB24, UK in Google Earth or Maps to see pics) - the sun rose after I got to work, insofar as it has risen at all today. Not that Fizz needed much spotting there was a small white dog dancing in circles round her so she was easier than usual to find.

 

The numbers from my light tests are always to be found here.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0ApkFM37n_QnRdDU5MDNzOURjYllmZHI...

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Lol, thanks for the link.

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Not all of these are considered budget lights; however owning any one of them in my personal opinion defines what value per dollar in purchasing a flashlight is all about. It also launches the idea of the AAA format into a serious contender for the absolute best of what the flashlight community has to offer.

In no certain order:

 

Anything from the ITP A3 series

Fenix E01

Peak Eiger medium optic

McGizmo Sapphire AAA titanium

Fenix LD01

LiteFlux LF2XT

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