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Maglite LED Flashlight 2,3,4 D-Cell

Latest review: Tried replacing the bulb, no go. It is recessed beyond the reach of my pliers. No instructions are on their website. Their support documents warn against opening up the stupid thing. I think this

Maglite Flashlight C-Cell

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

Maglite Mini LED

Latest review: I purchased a new Maglite 2AA LED the other day based on the fact that I wanted to try the new tech that Maglite are putting out - and to be brutally honest they got it right! The older single

Maglite LED XL100

Latest review: I’ve had this flash lamp for over nine months and I have to say I’m really impressed with the following_ • I’ve had a few LED flash lamps over the years and normally the light has been average at b

Maglite XL200 LED

Latest review: I bought one of these for every family member in my house. Kids just love the nightlight function. I use it for getting up to bumps in the night, and for getting up in winter so the variable

Maglite Mini Flashlight 2 Cell-AA

Latest review: I've been using Maglites for nearly 10 years, including my first maglite (Which was the AA model) with an incandescent bulb. There are a few types of Maglite 2AA flashlights, I'll go over the

Maglite LED XL50

Latest review: I bought the Maglite XL50 because of two facts, I love my Maglites and it was $25 at Bunnings warehouse - cheaper than some American website prices and less the exorbitant postage costs now to send

Maglite Solitaire

Latest review: I have written a review on the Maglite Solitaire Incandescent model previously, and it did not score very well. This one, however is for the newer LED model. The LED model can be distinguished by