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Energizer Tactical Metal 1 AA Size Flashlight w/ 1 Watt, 85 Lumen LED
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Most Helpful Positive Review A very good tactical flashlight
This energizer flashlight uses low cost AA batteries. It has a durable light weight machined aluminum body. The LED emits a bright clean white light. ...
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Might as well go ahead and buy 3 because you will after you get your first anyway.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, GA Written on September 20, 2011
Just wanted to chime in and say that I have two of these and love them. They are a great size, super bright, have a lanyard and clip (and allows you to clip onto the bill of your hat if you wish), and best of all they are a good price. Another benefit is that they take one AA, so I keep a rechargeable AA in it, when it dies I have another rechargeable AA I can replace it with (and then charge the other one up again). Plus, if it ever dies when I'm out of town it's pretty easy and cheap to get a AA battery. Exceeded my expectations.

I also have an Inova X5 (takes a CR123) and it is comparable in brightness, and build quality is the same (metal, solid).
Pros: Uses AA Batteries, Pocket Clip, Lanyard, Price, Underrated Lumen Output, Small, Durable, Waterproof, Momentary 'On'
Cons: None, but could improve upon design with additional models that have a glow-in-the-dark tailcap button, ridged frontend, and/or strobe function....
Would recommend: Yes
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As good as Surefire E2D at 1/4 the cost!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, CT Written on July 25, 2011
For just over $20.00 this light is very very good.I was amazed at the brightness and overall "Whiteness" of the LED. Normally these $20.00 LED's are not the whitest and often have an annoying blue or yellow tint to them. This particular light has one of the nicest , whitest, beams I have ever experienced in a 1AA light of ANY manufacture. I own many Surefire, Nova, Streamlight lights and frankly for the money the little Nova 1AA is the only light out of the whole bunch who can even compete on the Lumen per dollar ratio. I am obviously very pleased with the little flashlight and would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone who has a need for a high-performance 1AA LED light at a most agreeable price! Get it, you WILL NOT be dissapointed!

Jerry
Pros: All aluminum construction, AA battery, ultra-white LED, very good grip machined into light body
Cons: Weak lanyard...
Would recommend: Yes
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Energizer 1AA 1LED

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on April 13, 2011
EVERYONE I KNOW SAYS IT IS THE MOST DESIRABLE FLASHLIGHT THEY HAVE EVER OWNED. LOCAL STORES CANNOT KEEP THEM IN STOCK. I have 3 of them and am ready to buy another one. I have bought other LED light---other than Energizer--but they are mainly junk. I bought 2 Steamlight flashlights ($30 each). They both became inoperative in a few months (on one, the rear switch went bad; on the other, the rear spring fell out and there is no way to fix the light).


Pros: It is simply the best. It is the only one you will need....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Pocket/Backup Flashlight!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 12, 2011
I keep one in my car, one in my pocket
and one spare. Best readily-available
small flashlight I've found. No need
to spend $50-60, nor risk a bad switch
on $5 lights; this one works! And it
can be used with E91 lithium batteries
(also from Energizer!), for more light
and 4+ hr. runtime! Unless you really
want small keychain lights, forget all
the others and buy this one!

Pros: Cheap, Bright, Small, Can use Lithiums (4-hr. runtime).
Cons: Scratches Easy (only Type-II anodizing)....
Would recommend: Yes
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A very good tactical flashlight

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 6, 2011
This energizer flashlight uses low cost AA batteries. It has a durable light weight machined aluminum body. The LED emits a bright clean white light. A straight forward on/off switch. No high speed features but for the price and cost of operation, a very good value without bells and whistles.
Pros: uses low cost AA batteries, very durable bright LED
Cons: would like to have the same light in a high impact polymer casing...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good small, cheap, flashlight.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TN Written on September 10, 2010
It's several times brighter than a mini maglite with the three LED kit and it only uses one AA. I haven't fully tested the battery life yet, but it's at least a couple hours.
I'm pleased with the two I bought.
Pros: Small, light weight, rear switch can do momentary on.
Cons: Slightly bluish, blotchy beam compared to a $60 4Sevens light. ...
Would recommend: Yes
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QC LIGHT

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on May 28, 2010
Great light for inspecting internal pipe welds....
Would recommend: Yes
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