Bushnell Pro 1300 USB Rechargeable Flashlight Review

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Bushnell Pro 1300 USB Rechargeable Flashlight Review

Hi all,

The Bushnell Pro 1300 is a great mid priced USB/Wall rechargeable flashlight, with an aggressive tactical look and feel. One of the best flashlights I have found at Wal-Mart.

If you guys have ever tried any of the Bushnell flashlights, please let us know what you think.

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Yep… one of my fave smaller lights is a TRKR 125L. I run it with a button top 14500 and its about ~235L (A little brighter than my old 210L malkoff M60 on a ceiling bounce). Tailcap threads are a little “grindy” feeling, so it needs good thread lube, but so does any light really. IIRC it was like $15 at wallys mart. Very reliable over the last 1.5 years. My daughter uses it with eneloops on her girl scout camps. To bad its a difficult light to mod, I’d like to mod it with an XP-G3.

CPF thread on it here:
http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?383615-Bushnell-TRKR-T125L-1AA-light

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Quality review as always.

I wish you could’ve taken the light apart, would be neat to see the driver, etc. I assume it has a 18650 inside.

But man, $58 is a wee bit pricey for what it is, given the BLF A6 and a good 18650 with a 2-slot charger is cheaper and has more output.