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USB rechargeable flashlights for 2019 276

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USB rechargeable flashlights for 2019
« on: October 29, 2019, 01:38:31 PM »
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Re: USB rechargeable flashlights for 2019
« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2019, 06:33:07 PM »
Thanks! I have a Nitecore TUP and my favorite, my Thrunite T1 that are rechargeable. It is a nice option to have. The advantage to these...like my T1 is that they have a removable battery so you can also have another battery topped off if the situation calls for an immediate change out.

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USB rechargeable flashlights for 2019
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2019, 06:53:58 PM »
Thanks for sharing. 

I usually prefer using rechargeable batteries rather than built in recharging, so that if needed I can swap the battery and still use the light rather than wait for it to recharge, especially now with such small portable rechargers.

I did have to look a couple of them up.  The Fenix PD36R and Jetbeam KO-02 look most interesting to me.

While in the Navy, I carried and used a Fenix light for several years.  It took a lot of abuse and never let me down, so I trust them.  I also like that the 21700 battery is a standard battery that could be replaced or also charged outside the light.

The Jetbeam light not only uses a standard 21700 battery, but is also compatible with other standard batteries like 18650 of which I have several.

The Skillhunt light sounds good with the capability to accept AA as well, but I am skeptical with its claim of 750 lumen.
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Re: USB rechargeable flashlights for 2019
« Reply #3 on: October 29, 2019, 10:56:08 PM »
I ordered and received a NekTeck 21W solar charger and a Basen 2 port smart charger. The charger can plug into the wall or charge via mini usb so that I can run it off my solar panel. Another advantage is that the charger has a usb output port so in a pinch, I can use my charged flashlight batteries to charge my phone. This setup should allow me to keep the lights on through the night when camping. I usually keep my phone off unless needed, but it will allow me to charge it in emergencies.

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