Last week I got my $5 free Olight flashlight. It's a tiny little critter, barely bigger than a AA battery.
Nice... Version 2.0?
Okay, a Fenix charger and 18650 batteries so, what's your latest flashlight brand?
BLF F3Wa ST-20 emitters!Pretty nice little light!Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Cool!.. I thought it was the Emisar D4
I just recently received the same light. I like the SST-20 emitter as well. I also got a Lumitop EDC01 to try out on my keychain.(Image removed from quote.)
I just ordered a few more of them in different emitters to try and give to friends........though I am somewhat scared that they might burn their junk off too?
I think I read on BLF, you can set it to "muggle" mode so if you give one to someone and not worry they will burst into flames
You can but where is the fun in that?
How do you find the EDC01? I've really happy with mine. Would buy again.
Just received the Lumintop Tool AA 2.0. I'm quite impressed so far. I have a lot of AA cells and wanted another AA light just because. My bang around light is a Thrunite T10 which has served me very well now for years. I have the 2014 T10 (xp-g2) metal tail switch and screwed on pocket clip version. It has performed very well and continues to do so. Thrunite has had several updated versions of the T10 since (2014) I just never picked up a newer one. The Tool AA 2.0 runs either 14500 or AA cells something I appreciate. I didn't include alkaline cells as I don't use them. The spacing is nice and what I really like is its quite floody. I tried it with a 14500 cell and wow. I will stick to NiMh Eneloops tho since I have quite a few of them. Not a bad light for about $15US. Oh, I also very much like the diffuser cap that comes with the light. Its GITD and is much nicer than the plastic cone one I got with my T10. It fits my S1R with a little nudge so thats neat. [Ni-MH]Low: 3.7 lumens (60 hours)Medium: 28 lumens (12.5 hours)High: 140 lumens (2.5 hours)Turbo: 270 lumens (43 mins)Strobe: 140 lumens Low: 16 lumens (37 hours)Medium: 85 lumens (6h 9 mins)High: 360 lumens (1h 19 mins)Turbo: 650 lumens (33 mins)Strobe: 360 lumens