Lucky Light Bank, Lumin top aaa user experience. ( pics)

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Lucky Light Bank, Lumin top aaa user experience. ( pics)
I was sent a lumintop tool magnet aaa flash light to try out. The company , Lucky Light Bank sent me one of the lights that had been returned, so that I could get a feel for how they operate, and share my experience. here is a link to their store,

http://goo.gl/7qPh7g

I am very impressed with the size, and weight of this light, as I am accustomed to carrying a convoy M2, or s2+ daily, this little thing felt like I had a pack of those smarty candies in my shirt pocket. It is smaller in diameter than the battery that powers my other lights. The light is impressively bright for the size. I have had it with me, and been able to use it for a couple days now. It has been great for up close work, walking into dark rooms, and inspecting machinery, and electrical panels. I have noticed that the knurling offers plenty of grip, the threads feel well machined, and seem durable, and this light can throw much further than I had expected, it has a nice large hot spot. The modes go from Med. – Low- High. Every time I turn the light on, it starts in the medium mode, which has been plenty bright for the majority tasks I have used this light for, I have put it on high outside, and in large dark rooms. For night time fishing, I will be using low mode mostly. The thing I like most about this light, is I could be wearing anything, and be able to carry this light, it is so small, I can easily tuck it into a shirt pocket, or pants pocket and not notice it, at the same time, the flashlight can still do the job of lighting up whatever I am needing to inspect. If you are interested in buying anything from the amazon store , Lucky Light Bank, they have provided me with a discount coupon code for you to use, here it is LLBJAKE8
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Thanks for this great review! I know Amazon shipping will spoil you for a light!

Now I am off to this store on Amazon!

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Is that a build in keychain ring you can flip open in the tail?
What a cute little light!

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It seems the original thread offering these lights for free has been deleted.

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great deal on that PS03 with coupon…. hard to resist but no low mode!

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ReManG wrote:
Thanks for this great review! I know Amazon shipping will spoil you for a light!

Now I am off to this store on Amazon!

Thank you! I am enjoying learning about all of these lights, doing a review of a certain light helps push me to open up to New types of lights. Normally I would not have tried a light so small, but it was a pleasant surprise how easy it is to carry.
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The Miller wrote:
Is that a build in keychain ring you can flip open in the tail? What a cute little light!

It is kinda cute huh? I better not let my wife find it haha
I should have taken closer pics of tail, it is a clip on key ring attachment. It goes around most of the way in a groove , and two “legs” go up so that it can not turn on the tail. Does that make sense?
The top pick you can see one leg, and pic with all of the lights, look closely on the left side of the munition. You can see a leg, and also where the key ring can attatch

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saypat wrote:
great deal on that PS03 with coupon…. hard to resist but no low mode!

Low mode is just as important as turbo.
It is a shame, with 4 good 18650 and a nice low mode that could make a great night light.

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ReManG wrote:
Thanks for this great review! I know Amazon shipping will spoil you for a light!

Now I am off to this store on Amazon!

I was slightly shocked when my Amazon Lumitop Tool was delivered so fast.

Not used to seeing a mail truck come up the driveway on Sunday!

Amazon has a contract with USPS for Sunday delivery.

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MG wrote:
ReManG wrote:
Thanks for this great review! I know Amazon shipping will spoil you for a light!

Now I am off to this store on Amazon!

I was slightly shocked when my Amazon Lumitop Tool was delivered so fast.

Not used to seeing a mail truck come up the driveway on Sunday!

Amazon has a contract with USPS for Sunday delivery.

I had the same thing with the C8s, I saw that it said “delivers by Sunday” and thought I would see it Monday…. Nope, the mailman was pulling up as i was leaving… Holey cow…..forgot about that Amazon Sunday delivery…

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Looks like a nice little light Jake.

What a shame it doesn't ship to Australia.

Gotta love this quote from the Amazon description:

3) Last tremendously powerful "High" (110Lm) is the equivalent of a mini-searchlight. 

 

If 110Lm to them is so impressive I wonder what their copywriters would think of most of our BLF lights......?

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No disrespect but you can get the same light from the Lumnitop store on Amazon for less. Lumnitop tool

Plus for like a dollar or two more you can get different tints. Just looking out for others.

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I have the tool, I use it for similar tasks. I use it 5 days a week , I’ve thown it 25 feet high and it fell on concrete and it’s still good. The only complaints I would say would be the weak pocket clip.

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gadabout wrote:

Looks like a nice little light Jake.


What a shame it doesn’t ship to Australia.


Gotta love this quote from the Amazon description:


3) Last tremendously powerful “High” (110Lm) is the equivalent of a mini-searchlight. 


 


If 110Lm to them is so impressive I wonder what their copywriters would think of most of our BLF lights……?

They probably list them in product list with the helicopter search lights, or maybe for those car dealership light beams you sometimes see. There must be a way to get one in Australia! It is a really neat little light. I personally would go for one with a tail switch if you use it many times a day. I know twisty is easier to carry its so small but I think with a switch on rear it would be more like the other lights I carry
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Eth90 wrote:
I have the tool, I use it for similar tasks. I use it 5 days a week , I’ve thown it 25 feet high and it fell on concrete and it’s still good. The only complaints I would say would be the weak pocket clip.

I have not let it drop any considerable distance yet. Just onto pavement from about 4 feet high hopping out of truck. I have dropped it from wait high on vct tile a few times. No issues yet.
It seems like a pretty tough light. Maybe the light weight of it is not enough to truly damage on a short fall?