Author Topic: which flashlight shoul i choose?give me some advice pls not more than 50 dollars  (Read 2185 times)

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Offline GarryWhite

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SureFire G2X Pro Dual Output LED Flashlight 320 lumens. perfectly pre-focused 320-lumen beam, and a 15-lumen low-output setting that lets you greatly extend the runtime per set of batteries               49 dollars
Tough Nitrolon body, anodized aluminum bezel
Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize light output and runtime
Two output levels-320 lumens high for maximum light, 15 lumens low for extended runtime
Precision micro-textured reflector creates smooth, optimized beam
Dual-output tailcap click switch-press for momentary-on low, click for constant-on low, return to off then press or click again for high

LED Lenser 9407 P7.2 Pro Torch Black Gift Box.
Lumens: 320/40, Lumens Range: 250 to 449, Run Time on High Setting: 1 hr., Maximum Lumens Output: 320, Focus: Adjustable.
Body Material: Aluminum, Body Dia.: 1.13", Switch Type: Push Button, Lens Material: PMMA
Impact Resistance: Yes, Water Penetration Rating: IPX4, Light Output Modes: High / Low

tank007 from China ,UC17  800 lumen  Cree XM- L2T6  Beam distance: 300 m. five modes (High-Med-Low-Strobe -SOS)
Waterproof: IPX-6  a 18650 battery .
Anti dropping height: 1 m

your advice pls>> or a fenix light? less than 50 bucks



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Offline bugsy36

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I would suggest a Fenix PD35. In your budget range and good quality

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thank you for the recommendation,but the pd35 is too expensive for me ,$70  :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( >:(

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I have a tank007 led flashlightwww.tank007.com

Offline macka17

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Look at the Convoy C8+ with XM-L in there.
Around $36US.
Good throw. good spread.
 as well built as the ones you paying for the names too.
I have a C8T  too. extra throw.
I find the tube shaped ones are too easy to slip out of your hand
without a good grip ALL the time.
Not comfortable at all.
Another good one. over 8 yrs now never missed a beat.
Is my old Sky ray S-R5
About $12 US.

Offline DennyMec

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I've gone through a couple of Sky Ray S-R5s over the years. Definitely a great choice, especially for their price range. I don't think you can beat that.