Trust me they will always turn on in my pocket.Do I sound like I have not tried every conceivable precaution?Every one Every timeSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
It seems like consistent user error, I've never seen anyone have such a consistent issue with so many items. You might want to consider just changing how you carry. Belt carry is nice
Not had this long but its quickly become a firm favourite that has been in my pocket over the past few days.Its not winning any lumen wars with a maximum output of 350 lumens, nor is it exactly small at 5 inches, and you cant charge the batteries in the torch.so on paper it should not be what i reach for in the morning but i don't know why, i really like it.Fenix e20v2(Image removed from quote.)
They make a solid light that you can count on which is more than can be said for others.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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It's been a long time since I carried a 2xAA but that still looks like a solid choice.
Thanks, I used to carry a 2AA mini maglite for years in the 90s and the fenix e20 despite being quite long it is very slim so does not take up to much space in the pocket when using the pocket clip.
I didn't need another light, but I got this anyway. Manker E02 version 2, AAA, (accepts ni-mh, alkaline, or 10440), easy access to 6 possible moonlight levels, nice Nichia neutral emitter, reasonable user levels with a "turbo" mode just in case. Strobe hidden behind 3 clicks, lockout on 4. Double click for turbo. E-switch is not recessed but doesn't sit as high some. A tiny turn of the tailcap locks it out easily. Good runtimes, lousy clip but I've seen worse. It is a great light for creeping around the house in the dark when you don't need a whole lot of light, the waffle lens works magic but I wouldn't mind an even wider hotspot. (apologies ahead of time if the pic is giant or tiny, trying to figure out what looks best on this forum)
I've looked at them before and always they always appealed. I really, really, don't need another light either though. (pic size is good BTW)
I've been looking at the Sofirn sc31 pro.
“Need” is subjective, especially when it comes to tools and light.
EZdog said they can be squirreled away and I snorted a little because I guess we all have a little squirrel DNA cuz I'm never more than a few feet from a light or knife.
Exactly. Currently my end table has 2 SAKs, an HDS and a headlamp. My philosophy is if you always keep a minimum of SAK and flashlight within arms reach, you should be able to take care of most situations.
I picked up a Streamlite Stylus pro the other day when they were on sale on Amazon. I use it for work primarily, and it's been great. Bright little light that I hardly notice on my belt. The one thing I don't like is the crappy nylon sheath it came with. I don't have anywhere to clip a 2AAA torch in my pockets, so it has to go on my belt. I'll be searching for a better solution.