I have 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 76 ONLY 5 4 3 left Nitecore EZAA's for sale . XPE-R2 . Extra small for a AA light it makes for a nice EDC .very light only 20grams.
2 mode twisty low 10 lumens /High 130Lumens. Nitecore construction is totally top-notch,feels great in your hand .excellent knurling ,copper head. Threaded tail for tripod or interesting connector.tailstands ,smooth beams , perfect tints .
R2 a thrower so this light is a great all around light.
A classic light that isn't produced any more and is hard to find .
$37.00 Paypal gift $4 shipping con.u.s. international add $4
these come shipped in there own small tin. Very nice edc
Nitecore EZAA led flashlight.
FeaturesWorld’s smallest AA flashlight, easy carry
Ultra-lightweight - just 20 grams (without battery)
Renowned CREE XR-E LED capable of over 50,000 hours of output
Two modes output, twist the light bezel to adjust
Brass heat sinking guarantees efficient and effective thermal management
Twist-activated output for easy one-handed operation
Straight-forward UI with two modes of output
Military-grade aluminum alloy
Mil-Spec Type-III Hard-Anodized finish resists scratches
Extensive knurling for excellent grip
Current-regulated circuitry eliminates flickering
Water resistant to IPX-8 standard
Reflector optimized for a great balance of output distance and spread
Impact-resistant optical-grade glass lens with anti-reflective coating
Flat base allows light to tail-stand like a candle
Designed to fit standard camera mounts
SpecificationDimension: 83mm (length) * 16.6mm (diameter)
Weight: 20grams(without battery)
Battery: Using single AA battery
Output & Runtime:High Mode: 130 lumens for up to 50 minutes
Low Mode: 10 lumens for up to 20 hours
I would grab one but i spent too much last month... Not fearing customs since i would have no troubles recieving this as a "gift"! Boaz <- no company, no commercial envelope, truly a nice gift. For me it would work. If some1 is concerend for that, better check local laws but i think almost all would get their nitecore without customs, tax, import duties and other nonsense along.
SashiX >> ..I have read yes to this Question and I have read No to the same question ..
I have tried a 14500 in mine and it didn't cook it " but that doesn't really mean a thing" .Since it >>wasn't brighter << I removed it immediately and just shrugged off the entire idea as meaningless ..
Trooplewis asked the same question and so I have just edited my answer to you here ..
I wouldn't run one since it's only purpose would be to possibly extend runtime ...without increasing output .. the risk to reward isn't justified ...So I just would advise against it . Since it has no real benefit..
Thanks fishinfool ///... 3 boxed and coming your way
The R2 has that throw so even if the whitewall beamshot is pure smooth it still has punch in the real world / outside . Its an almost a perfect beam .I've looked at over 70 Nitecore beamshots ,because I take the time to grade every light I ever get as to throw or floodiness and I also grade the tints so someone can get what they want .If a person wants a beam with a hotter hot spot with more throw rather than a pure smooth beam / flood. that's easy . or wants a certain tint .. not a problem
I just got an EZ AA from Boaz today, and at $38 delivered it is not exactly a "budget" light, but it is pretty amazing.
I have a Black Cat OSRAM AAA on my other keychain, which for $9 blows away an iTp AAA light. The OSRAM is way brighter and throws more.
The EZ AA is only a mm longer than the AAA Black Cat, and not a whole lot thicker. It is much heavier, however. Much easier to mount on a key ring than the Black Cat, which I tied to my keychain with lanyard cord.
For the pure money, the Black Cat OSRAM is a lot of light for $9.
But for the $38 I paid for the Nitecore, it is better than what I thought it would be. Small, hi/lo modes, just a 1/4 inch longer than my Nissan key. Very bright, good flood with some decent throw, nicely finished. Plus it came with in a nice tin, with lanyard and key chain attachment (neither of which I used).
I don't remember, can 14500 batteries be used with the EZ AA?
BTW, I do have a tank007 E07 coming, curious how that will compare.
I've told my bestest buddy about the EZ AA I ordered from you for my own birthday (some things you'll have to take into your own hands if you don't want to be disappointed!).
Already, he seems quite fascinated although not having seen it in person yet.
Just in case the fever catches on - do you have a couple more of those Nitecores? You know, just in case...
... tritium glow thingy? Ahh, screw that. Besides, it'd be illegal to import. Federal Republik of Krautland seems to be rather strict on radioactive materials, I'm surprised they didn't say anything when my Victoreen CDV-700 arrived- for nostalgic reasons, of course. Not that a Geiger counter could be useful these days...
(then again, weaponlights are a BIG no-go as well... might try to import one JUST for the fun of it!)
I didn't get that many of these ..i think I have about 5 left and I snatched another 6 or so originally from the bunch for myself ..6 is pretty excessive sototal I have about 8 left to sell . when we get into my private stash people will say what they said at the wedding feast at Cana....."you have left the best for last."
Same with the Ex-10..I might have 15 of those left and the 8 or so I pulled for myself ..So I have about 20 ... ex-10's too.
The tail on the ezAA is threaded and waiting for someone to get very creative with it ..Like an easy magnet mount or a carabiner clip ,aligator clip ?? who knows but the ability to attach anything to it by just screwing something onto it appeals to me in a big way ,it should lead to something ingenious.