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Maglite silver flashlite size 3D-cell with 3 watt LED_ 10 year ltd warrant £23.90 @Ibood
Maglite silver flashlite size 3D-cell with 3 watt LED_ 10 year ltd warrant £23.90 @Ibood

Maglite silver flashlite size 3D-cell with 3 watt LED_ 10 year ltd warrant £23.90 @Ibood

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# Brand: Maglite
# Type: 3D-cell flashlite
# Colour: Silver
# A Powerful Projecting Beam that focuses simply by rotating the head.
# Balanced OpticsT, combining a highly refined reflector with a quality LED, for a brilliant adjustable beam.
# Intelligent Energy Source Management balancing high brightness with extended battery life.
# Rugged machined aluminium construction with knurled design
# Anodized inside and out for inproved corrosion resistance
# Water and shock resistant
# LED: 3 watt
# Battery Required: D size alkaline
# Length: 313mm
# Barrel Diameter: 39.67mm
# Head Diameter : 57mm
# Weight with batteries: 856g
# Delivery: 7 - 10 working days
# Warranty: 10 year limited warranty

5 Comments

lousy 104 lumens......maglites are well made but waaay behind the times to led lenser, the torch, fenix and chinese torches sourced via dealextreme

Agreed with the above comment, 104 lumens is very poor. For example you can get a 1000 lumen CREE flashlight from DX for £17.11...clicky...

I'll agree that they are not the brightest, but how many people always run the DX torches on max anyway. I've got a few DX torches and the build quality of some of them is really bad - just read some of the comments on the site things like overheating, flickering, missing o rings etc come up time and time again. If you want a torch with good build quality and would be handy (it has some weight) if someone broke into your house I would still consider this torch. If you want a torch brighter than the sun that may or may not work as expected then try DX. Or get the best of both worlds and buy this torch and fit a new LED drop in from DX.

no1john

Agreed with the above comment, 104 lumens is very poor. For example you … Agreed with the above comment, 104 lumens is very poor. For example you can get a 1000 lumen CREE flashlight from DX for £17.11...clicky...



Just need to highlight you will need some 18650 batteries and a charger as well. You can't buy 18650's like you can pick up D cells.

loopie

I'll agree that they are not the brightest, but how many people always … I'll agree that they are not the brightest, but how many people always run the DX torches on max anyway. I've got a few DX torches and the build quality of some of them is really bad - just read some of the comments on the site things like overheating, flickering, missing o rings etc come up time and time again. If you want a torch with good build quality and would be handy (it has some weight) if someone broke into your house I would still consider this torch. If you want a torch brighter than the sun that may or may not work as expected then try DX. Or get the best of both worlds and buy this torch and fit a new LED drop in from DX.




get the torch and itll burn a hole in your pocket and everything else lol....was worlds most powerful torch at 4100 lumens and £250 (burns paper in 1 sec, plastic in 2 secs and id say probably say its not advisable looking at it when on....lol...or leave it on near petrol

on a serious not i prefer led lenser

only prob with dealextreme ones is that they dont last long on a high power.....my mte3-2 lasts about 1 hour on full 700 lumens.....but is way brighter than my led lenser p7 (200 lumens), but the led lenser lasts longer on a set of batteries

agree that the maglite is by far the best weapon...hahaha
Edited by: "royals" 4th May 2011
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