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#1 michael29

Posted 19 June 2014 - 03:13 PM

Being as I'm new here, I hope this is allowed. I tried to pick the right section for this....

 

I've been camping for years now, even when I was a boy. You know, the normal boy scout outings to learn the power and beauty of mother nature. Anyways, I love finding new stuff to take out and test during our ventures. Recently, I found this Cree LED flashlight and decided to give it a try. The natural camoflage color really piqued my interest.

 

The best facets of this flashlight are the rechargeable flashlight and it is very bright with the LEDs. For camping purposes, it would be better if there were some way to make sure it stays charged during a long haul. I guess finding other batteries would ensure that.

 

It does have other promising features such as the SOS signal and strobing options, but like mentioned above, not much to do if the battery happens to run out when you need it the most. I do also love the case, it is very sturdy.

 

Overall, this camo LED flashlight gets a thumbs up from me, just based off the brightness and the fact that if I need to hide, it will hide with me! :)

 

Anyone else enjoyed the use of this accessory or another like it?



#2 1010

Posted 19 June 2014 - 05:09 PM

I've got a rechargeable led stream light. Stays in my work truck. It's been great for several years now. Welcome to MOF!
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#3 BigO

Posted 19 June 2014 - 09:02 PM

I lost a real good LED light this past deer season.  It was OD green and I walked repeatedly over the area I though I had lost it in.  Moral of the story ................ do NOT get a camo/dark colored light.  Now my hunting lights are yellow or orange.


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#4 treefarmer

Posted 19 June 2014 - 09:26 PM

An advantage to a LED light is the bulb does not burn out.  A LONG time ago I was bowhunting by myself and had walked in through the woods about 3/4 mile to a bow stand. I hunted til dark and when I turned my light on POP went the bulb.  It ain't no fun trying to feel your way out of the woods on a dark night.



#5 BeardsAndBones

Posted 20 June 2014 - 06:38 AM

Sounds like you have found you a good light. I like BigO have lost many one by just laying them down and could not find them. Orange it the way to go if possible. Welcome to the forums. Keep those post coming. Enjoying reading them.
When you are in a difficult situation and wonder where God is. Remember that the Teacher is always quiet during the test.

#6 BeardsAndBones

Posted 20 June 2014 - 06:38 AM

Sounds like you have found you a good light. I like BigO have lost many one by just laying them down and could not find them. Orange it the way to go if possible. Welcome to the forums. Keep those post coming. Enjoying reading them.
When you are in a difficult situation and wonder where God is. Remember that the Teacher is always quiet during the test.

#7 Dick Cox

Posted 20 June 2014 - 06:51 AM

Welcome to MOF!!

That sounds like a good light, thanks for the review. There is no handier tool than a good light. I bought a new one(Coast Light) a few months back, and I am impressed with it for its size.


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#8 Big Kahuna

Posted 20 June 2014 - 09:49 AM

michael29, welcome!  Poor old Dick really uses his lights to watch out for his boy coming up with over-sized catapillars! :D   The LED's use way less power too than standard lights, and they seem to put off more light-(IMO).  Better paint you a bright-orange ring somewhere on it, in case you drop it in some brush!  It'd be my luck, I'd buy one, use it 1 time, drop it out of the stand into some thick brush and leaves and lose the dang thing!





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