Latest review: I purchased mine about a year ago.
Extremely sturdy and well finished.
Very bright overall and cannot fault.
I have used it on several occasions and still using original batteries which are still
Latest review: I am a Security Officer working at a mall, so it isn't necessary for me to carry around a flashlight - except for when a situation occurs when I do (Murphy's law). We recently had a power outage and
Latest review: I recently bought two, 2 D cell LED Maglites, both have failed, the entire switch/bulb assembly is held in with a circlip deliberately designed that you cannot remove it to service or repair, one
Latest review: Having the same problem as everyone else - can't open it to put the battery in. Will have to ask a strong man to do this which is a shame as I bought the item at coles thinking it would be easy to
Latest review: Bought it for $28 from Bunnings and after a few days had to put it in the rubbish bin because it was driving me crazy with it flickering and tuning it self off all the time. My workmate had two of
Latest review: The Ledlenser H14R.2 is a updated model from ver.1 and did they improve I must say with a 850 Lumens boost, quick focus adjustment, extension to allow separation of the battery pack, blinking rear
Latest review: aldi adventureridge
ran this for 7 hours non stop on cheap low capacity rechargeable and it was just getting a bit dim for night hiking. better batteries are on order and i expect 22 hours on second
Latest review: Cree XHP35 HD E4 LED 2000 Lumen up to 316 meters. Comes with 18650 Li-Ion Battery and USB charging cable but i just use a phone charger via the mini USB port on the side of the torch.
Latest review: I purchased two torches from adultshopping.com.au a Tomcat 5.5 1w LED Metal Torch, its super bright made of strong metal using AAA batteries, also purchased a Camelion 6 Volt LED Flash Light in
Latest review: Had my Barracuda Armytek three years now. Has orsome beam and very bright led light, 1200 lms. just two settings, bright and half bright. takes two rechargeable lithium-ion battterys, other batterys
Latest review: Olight are making waves in the flashlight market. Have had many torches over the years but these are what you've always wished they'd make. Highest quality build, rugged, durable, waterproof. The M2R
Latest review: ok so i have always used torches like dolphin, magnalite, etc. which are ok if your in a small area and only want to see directly in front of you, but when i moved out to 2.5 acres, the torches were
Latest review: I bought a Ledlenser MT6 torch on 7/12/2018.
Its ability to focus the beam quickly and easily is excellent as is the variation in beam angle of which it is capable.
It boasts 600 lumens and
Latest review: Supplied these torches in the mining industry. Hands down the best torches that I have used.
Small in size,but very concentrated beam of light. Can light up my shed at a distance of just over 50
Latest review: Versatile area light - robust- we bought a new one this year after having the last one for 10 years. I thought it had stopped working, so bought another one- but turns out still going strong. Light
Latest review: The K3 is a tiny little offering from the Gerries at Led Lenser.
The K3 is a solid performer which offers a huge amount of light from such a small offering! It takes 3 button batteries via the
Latest review: Whenever I go camping or boating and have this with me, people fall in love with it.
It has a really bright (1000 lumens rated) spotlight which has a true 400 metre throw!
Whilst Dewalt rates this
Latest review: I've bought 2x of these torches for work, and I can say this is one tough torch.
It lights up small areas, and is perfect for illuminating small areas such as desktop PC's, in a car, under a
Latest review: Purchased this item last year. I work as a firefighter and have it attached to my radio loop on my tunic. Great for hands free writing and close up work like undoing locks and reading fire alarm
Latest review: I owned a C size Maglite years and years ago possibly towards 2000 till 2004 - the C size torch was a little easier to hold and manage and far far far lighter than the D size cousin. The C size torch