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  • AA L.E.D. flashlights?

    Any know of a 100 lumen or brighter 2AA flashlight thats worth buying? I must have bought at least a dozen in the $30-$40 range, non of which have lasted much over a year. Seems the switches they are equipped with are not very good. I'd like to find one that I can count on.
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    Re: AA L.E.D. flashlights?

    I have been using a Coleman Max 2aa regularly for over two years with no problems. I usually use it by pressing the switch very lightly and using it as a momentary. I sometimes hit it a hundred times in less than half an an hour when I am driving around looking at numbers after dark.

    It is 115 lumens and I am pretty sure it was around $30.
    Last edited by Noland; June 27, 2011, 20:49.

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      Re: AA L.E.D. flashlights?

      Originally posted by Noland View Post
      I have been using a Coleman Max 2aa regularly for over two years with no problems. I usually use it by pressing the switch very lightly and using it as a momentary. I sometimes hit it a hundred times in less than half an an hour when I am driving around looking at numbers after dark.

      It is 115 lumens and I am pretty sure it was around $30.
      + On this one as well. Been using mine for over a year with no issues.


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