Well made clones or "homages" to the Fenix E12 or Thrunite T10. Do they exist?

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Well made clones or "homages" to the Fenix E12 or Thrunite T10. Do they exist?

Fenix and Thrunite are my favourite mid range flashlights. Good enough to be reliable and to do what they say they will but cheap enough to only angry about losing and not suicidal. However I do lose and misplace them a lot as I use them such a lot at work. can anyone recommend me some similar flashlights that would be in the £8/$12 price range (or less). At that price I would hope I would have broadly similar quality. I like single AA slim flashlights that can be carried in the pocket like the E12 and T10

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Clicky or twisty (I know the E12 is clicky but I thought the other was a twisty).

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The T10 is both Wink