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Old 11-22-2016, 9:48 PM
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Looking for a rugged, waterproof, break resistant, high output LED flashlight that uses AA's. (Did I mention break resistant) Preferably one with a high & low setting. Don't care if it's made of plastic, aluminum, etc. Main use will be camping & hiking & my budget is $100 or less, preferably much less! But I'll buy once / cry once for an indestructible torch.
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Old 11-23-2016, 2:01 AM
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I like Fenix lights. Good quality. Sturdy. Affordable.

Other than that Surefire/Streamlight are always solid.
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Old 11-23-2016, 2:13 AM
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I like Fenix lights. Good quality. Sturdy. Affordable.

Other than that Surefire/Streamlight are always solid.
Won't touch Fenix ever again! Had one of their 2AA lights roll off my bumper (3-4' tops) while changing my tire at night ~ Poof ~ Thank god for lighters!
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Just get the Duracell 3-pack from Costco (about $20 IIRC). They have low/high/flash are fairly durable but run on AAA not AA.

Decent lights, cheap enough that if broken its no big deal.

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Just get the Duracell 3-pack from Costco (about $20 IIRC). They have low/high/flash are fairly durable but run on AAA not AA.

Decent lights, cheap enough that if broken its no big deal.

I have their big D cell LED rigs, & while they're great for what they are, they really ain't waterproof & known for durability. As mentioned, I want a light that won't let me down. Something you would have faith in for a night hike even with multiple drops.
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Why not try a few and see what you like... 18650 OR 3xAAA batt lights, Zoomable for spotlight:
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from...+zoom&_sacat=0
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Why not try a few and see what you like... 18650 OR 3xAAA batt lights, Zoomable for spotlight:
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from...+zoom&_sacat=0
That's was the purpose of my question. I'd rather solicit advice rather than experiment with multiple purchases.
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Old 11-23-2016, 6:42 AM
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I've bought the Indestructible Rayovac flashlights from HomeDepot before. Run on AA, batteries last somewhere around 100 hours, high/low, water resistant, can run them over with your car. $10-$15 range
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Fenix, Nitecore, and Olight are what I use. I have had one Fenix flashlight die (the tail switch failed) after 2 years of 5 day per week use (6-10 on/offs per day) but that's been my only LED flashlight to die so far.
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++ on the Fenix.
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Another vote for the Rayovac Indestructible---high and low settings---cheap (about $15 at Home Depot)---bought several for around the house and in the cars)---also paired up with Mini Maglite AA LED, not as powerful, but still handy to have around because you should NEVER depend on just one flashlight…
Oh, and holiday season is the best time to stock-up on all sizes of batteries at the lowest prices, and with the better brands of batteries promising over 10 years shelf life, you can't lose...
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Ferreal! Can buy three of 'em for $100. If I was gonna spend a hundo, I'd get a poly Surefire and a couple dozen 123's.
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Old 11-24-2016, 5:05 AM
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I lost an older Streamlight I had and could not justify spending over $100 for a new one.

I ended up with a Dark Star 1000 from Bass Pro for $49.
AAA powered and very bright with adjustable beam.
Happy with it.

Don't know if it is waterproof.
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Check out thrunite, you can find some on Amazon for a descent price.

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no one has mentioned 4sevens????

For quality and price, I always purchase from 4sevens. Yes, I do know they are made in China, but so are our iPhones. It is a matter of quality control, and the QC on 4sevens is top notch.
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I've had a Maglight XL100 for several years now. Very happy with it.
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Old 11-24-2016, 8:33 AM
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Fenix. I think they have a great warranty now. LD 22 is my go to edc. PD 35 Tac is fantastic. They're having a 20% off sale now somewhere.

But, I've had Fenix lights for many years and have been very happy with them.
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Surefire...have 2 each of the M Series, M3, M4, M6 all with LED upgrades...combat tough...
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Olight is having a black friday sale for the next few days. The 2AA S2A Baton is on sale for $32.50. I have had real good luck with Olights.

http://www.olightstore.com/led-flash...ight-s2a-baton
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I love PELICAN lights water resitant and a LIFE TIME WARRANTY check on line
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There are many mentioned above that are probably great, I'm a semi cheap arse, but did pop for a Browning that uses 1 AA super bright (150lumes), was $59, but caught it on sale for $25, & I love it, it's small has Hi/Lo settings + strobe if your into that.

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I love my Surefire light and trust my Streamlight & Olight as well but you mentioned hiking?

I use this for hiking, rucking, etc. It's lived through a good amount of water and being tossed around over the past two years.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00H3...rch&th=1&psc=1

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Just get the Duracell 3-pack from Costco (about $20 IIRC). They have low/high/flash are fairly durable but run on AAA not AA.

Decent lights, cheap enough that if broken its no big deal.

I thought everyone complained that those Costco LED flashlights drain the batteries quickly in standby.

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Looking for a rugged, waterproof, break resistant, high output LED flashlight that uses AA's. (Did I mention break resistant) Preferably one with a high & low setting. Don't care if it's made of plastic, aluminum, etc. Main use will be camping & hiking & my budget is $100 or less, preferably much less! But I'll buy once / cry once for an indestructible torch.
The Fenix LD series are great. I am also a big fan of AA based lights. Easy to take extra batteries, easy to purchase anywhere.

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I've had 2 4seven penlights fail as well. Overpriced and defective.
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I'd recommend the Lithium CR123 batteries over the AA. Better output and better shelf life.

It's hard to go wrong with Surefire or Streamlight.

I used to like Surefire, but they went nutso with the "eye candy" design and their price is high for what you get. I now use the Streamlight Scorpion. They're compact, put out good light, and the rubberized coating gives them a good grip and doesn't make marks when it bangs into things.
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I'd second the use of CR 123A. For a light under 100 look into a SureFire 6P or G2 @ 35.00 on ebay and get a MalKoff P61L or P61LL 39-42 which has insane run times of up to 10+ hours of almost full brightness vs 1.5 hours on a set of AA batteries with the light dimming and being almost unusable near the end. SureFire/Streamlight CR 123A can be bought in bulk for @ 12.00 on sale at Primary Arms or Ebay for @ 18.00 for a 12 pack.
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I'd recommend the Lithium CR123 batteries over the AA. Better output and better shelf life.

It's hard to go wrong with Surefire or Streamlight.

I used to like Surefire, but they went nutso with the "eye candy" design and their price is high for what you get. I now use the Streamlight Scorpion. They're compact, put out good light, and the rubberized coating gives them a good grip and doesn't make marks when it bangs into things.
This and maybe more. Look for an 18650 light. AA is so anemic.

There are so many nice lights out now just find one that meets your needs.

Look at olight, fenix , jetbeam, sunwayman, nitecore

Skip the plastic junk and the waaaaay overpriced surefire. Surefire sells to uncle sugar so 500 dollar toilet seats are the norm.

Will it tail stand?
Does it have anti-roll?
Does it have firefly mode?
Does it come without parasitic drain?
Are the lenses coated?
Does it use PWM?
Is the tint neutral or Warm (cold sucks).
Does it have a forward clicky?
Does it have a wide voltage range for 2x123 and 1x18650?
Is it usb rechargeable? (saves 30 on charger)
Does it come with rechargeable battery? (save 20 bucks)

Just one small example.........

520hrs on low

http://www.batteryjunction.com/nitec...-smo-xml2.html

Here is a twisty jetbeam that uses 123's

http://www.batteryjunction.com/jetbeam-jet-ii-mk.html

Jetbeam, military and police model, rock solid!

http://www.batteryjunction.com/jetbeam-iim.html

entire page of AA lights if you are fixated on them
http://www.batteryjunction.com/flashlights-aa.html#
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Countycomm.com sells a great AA light that i have used for 6 years of severe service including some salt water exposure. The current generation gives 205 lumens on high for better than an hour. I have had two fenix fail (with unresponsive customer service so never again. ) for a little over 100 bucks y9u can get made n USA malkoff designs 1 or 2 cell AA built like a tank with no bs ever customer service. All my surefire lights are malkoff upgraded as wee
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I use these.

https://www.amazon.com/AR-happy-onli...=aa+flashlight

At work and at home. And they get A LOT of use. I have piles of them. Flashlights everywhere.

They are bright, easy to carry, light, durable and the batteries last a long time. 1 AA battery.

I use regular and XX rechargeable Eneloops, but the Rayovacs you can get at Home Dept (60 for $10) work well, are cheap and last a long time as well.

You don't need a $100 Streamlight.
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Surefire Backup is my edc and an amazing light the throw is amazing for such a light UI is killer $90
Streamlight Scorpion HL my go to camping light is fantastic rubber grip is great in bad weather and the UI is killer $70ish
Nitecore P12 had it for a while its taken a beating over the years tons of drops and keeps ticking $60

Note the nitecore p12 is fantastic but for me I am a fan of the KISS method (Keep It Simple Stupid) has a little too much in way of options for me also I wouldn't stake my life on this life don't trust it enough, not anything to give me that vibe i just don't trust the Chinese companies personally

Just my humble opinion

BTW these all use 18650s or CR123s just a better battery I've had too many alkaline corrode my lights and ruin them.

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Another for fenix here. Have a headlamp I use for work 5-6 days a week, almost every job I'm on, and got about a year under its belt with multiple on/off cycles per job. Pd35 flashlight by them in my other pocket for when I need regular flashlight. Drop it, put it under water, have yet to have it fail on me. Both are 18650 platform.
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Surefire Backup is my edc and an amazing light the throw is amazing for such a light UI is killer $90
Streamlight Scorpion HL my go to camping light is fantastic rubber grip is great in bad weather and the UI is killer $70ish
Nitecore P12 had it for a while its taken a beating over the years tons of drops and keeps ticking $60

Note the nitecore p12 is fantastic but for me I am a fan of the KISS method (Keep It Simple Stupid) has a little too much in way of options for me also I wouldn't stake my life on this life don't trust it enough, not anything to give me that vibe i just don't trust the Chinese companies personally

Just my humble opinion

BTW these all use 18650s or CR123s just a better battery I've had too many alkaline corrode my lights and ruin them.
I forgot about the AA acid death.....
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I really like Olight and absolutely love their little S1 batons take a look here.

http://www.batteryjunction.com/olt20...batterysize=AA
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Fenix. I have lots of them - house, vehicles, etc. originals are 200 lumens, latest I have are 1000 lumens. Live in the mountains and they can light up a coyote at 300 yards at night... Used to be that only Surefire made anything more than 20-30lumens, but they wanted $300-400! Fenix came along with same products at under $100. Over the years, their product line has grown huge. As you can tell, I love them. Getting another for Christmas too.
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OP, if you are set on AA batteries, the Olight S2A looks like what I would get. You can always keep AA lithium batteries in it, using alkaline when it makes sense.
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