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Super rare collectible lights

Hey guys, what would you consider RARE and want 1.

Mine would be the Surefire Porcupine.

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Zebralight SC62w. I want another one in case I lose the one I have.

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Copper Old Lumens edition AO1

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Maybe this one?

http://www.flashlightmuseum.com/Eveready-Flashlight-2-Cell-Celluloid-Lig...

From 1899 and one of the first flashlights. Can you imagine how hard it was to find or buy a battery for this baby back then? There was not a CVS on every corner back then….

I consider this light rare.

The lighter the brighter the better.

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RobertB wrote:
Zebralight SC62w. I want another one in case I lose the one I have.

Speaking of zebralights… Zebralight S6330

Still kinda amazing it was produced at all

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Cereal_killer wrote:
Copper Old Lumens edition AO1

Yeah , I like that one too !

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Maglite 7C and 7D, Blue Maglite 3C, Silver Maglite 3C, Red Maglite 2C, Blue Maglite 2C, and many more... tongue-out

 

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Maglite 7C and 7D, Blue Maglite 3C, Silver Maglite 3C, Red Maglite 2C, Blue Maglite 2C, and many more… tongue-out


 

this one 7c ? thats some serious long light lol…. worth tons i guess ? must be very good for home defense swing that giant bat at someone.

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mortuus wrote:
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Maglite 7C and 7D, Blue Maglite 3C, Silver Maglite 3C, Red Maglite 2C, Blue Maglite 2C, and many more... tongue-out

 

this one 7c ? thats some serious long light lol.... worth tons i guess ? must be very good for home defense swing that giant bat at someone.

 

Yes, this is a 7C. Are you the lucky owner? If you don't need it anymore let me know. cool

For home defense I have my Maglite 6D with 6 spikes around the head, SS bezel and glass breaker tailcap. tongue-out

 

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For home defense I have my Maglite 6D

Me too – unfortunately alkaleaks have destroyed it, reflector and all. I have not even opened it up to try and clear out the muck, since an upgrade would not likely be worth the cost to me and I will never buy 6xD cells to put in one light again, so I would also need to adapt to take 18650/26650 or similar.

A project for a couple of rainy weekends I guess, one to strip, another to try and adapt something into it, as I will never throw it out, it was a prized possession for over 20 years and a gift from my wife in our early days. I could probably pack a whole survival kit into it, light, charger/power-bank, spare batteries, knife, rations, space blanket, micro-towel, raincoat, cooking kit etc.

Beam me up!

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The people from USA seems To not To have any problem in finding maglites in the stores… How lucky!

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Icarus wrote:
For home defense I have my Maglite 6D with 6 spikes around the head, SS bezel and glass breaker tailcap.

No no no, that’s glass broker, and brick smaher!

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Zebralight Q50

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mortuus wrote:
Icarus wrote:

Maglite 7C and 7D, Blue Maglite 3C, Silver Maglite 3C, Red Maglite 2C, Blue Maglite 2C, and many more… tongue-out


 

this one 7c ? thats some serious long light lol…. worth tons i guess ? must be very good for home defense swing that giant bat at someone.

!http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8480/8172834056_79941e373e_b.jpg!


Is that with a neck holster, so it doesn’t drag over the ground? Smile

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I think Liteflux lights like the LF2XT still have good value.

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I’d like one of those.

Hanko, Okluma and Hanko.

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ZoomieFan wrote:
mortuus wrote:
Icarus wrote:

Maglite 7C and 7D, Blue Maglite 3C, Silver Maglite 3C, Red Maglite 2C, Blue Maglite 2C, and many more... tongue-out

 

this one 7c ? thats some serious long light lol.... worth tons i guess ? must be very good for home defense swing that giant bat at someone.

Is that with a neck holster, so it doesn't drag over the ground? Smile  

 

A Maglite 7D is even longer than a 7C. tongue-out

 

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The most uncommon lights I have are by Peak LED Solutions. Not sure how collectible they are these days. But they make wonderful task lights.

The all steel CR123A has a momentary switch installed, but I’ve got the original tail cap core and post to convert back. Thumbs Up

The “Janus” double-head is a weird one. I put it to use only on one camp trip, which was pretty useful for illuminating opposing walls, but overall a lantern would do the trick. I’ve always wondered why Peak LED bothered to make it and can’t explain why I even bought it. Wink

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Piston drive Nitecores (and the McGizmo, the super high end version of them).

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Foursevens 18650 tube.