sunspot wrote:IMHO, the ARC is the best AAA light on the market. Fenix makes a nice one also but I've used an ARC for about 8 years now. I never did the the Lenser/Coast line.
BTW, ARC is made in the USA
KMAC179 wrote:ATM my keychain light of choice is a maratac AAA from county comm...
Murph wrote:KMAC179 wrote:ATM my keychain light of choice is a maratac AAA from county comm...
Cool. I'm not sure I'd have much use for the three-modes but that is a nice feature.
phil_in_cs wrote:IF you bring something belt fed, I bet the others waiting in line will let you go first!
Bonecrusher Doc wrote: I'd say this has at least a little justification as a mental exercise.
JamesCannon wrote:Yes, well there's the right way and wrong way to exercise, and the wrong way can lead to injury and/or damage.
Bonecrusher Doc wrote:I've never seen one of these except on NG's website, but the idea of a flashlight that you plug directly into your cigarette lighter sounds nifty to me:
http://shop.nationalgeographic.com/ngs/ ... -spotlight
Also comes with an adapter so you can still plug in your GPS or whatever while the flashlight's charging.
Woods Walker wrote: Both are made for Leatherman by Fenix.
WhoShotJR wrote:Woods Walker wrote: Both are made for Leatherman by Fenix.
I had been wondering about that. Picked up a couple of packs at Costco last week with a LM Blast and LGX 200 flashlight for cheap. Thought that the flashlight seemed just like a Fenix but with thinner metal in the body. Has pretty impressive light output too, around 3/4 of my P2D.
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