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I have a Smith and Wesson LED flashlight and I use the red LED option for when I'm flying so I don't lose my night vision. This flashlight is extremely durable, and can be dropped from 5(+) ft onto concrete and only get a scratch. Buy it... You won't regret it's capability...
PS- with moderate use I have never changed the batteries in 2 years.
“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.”
― Leonardo da Vinci
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theimmc wrote:At around this price range, I highly recommend the Fenix LD20 instead of this one. It has 4 light levels (and 2 strobe levels), brighter than this at its maximum, uses 2 AA battery, regulated output, rugged and waterproof. The only thing it lacks is a red LED. You can get a red filter for it, but it's not as convenient as having it built in.
The LD20 is a much better choice than this second rate flashlight. Anything that uses 3 AAA instead of a AA is sacrificing quality for cost.
Still single, can't imagine why.