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EagleTac D25LC2 Clicky CREE XM-L U2 LED Flashlight - 741 Lumens


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EagleTac D25LC2 Clicky CREE XM-L U2 LED Flashlight - 741 Lumens + EagleTac 3100mAh Protected Li-ion 18650 Rechargeable Battery (1 x 18650)
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Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.9 x 3 x 1.9 inches
  
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ASINB008DCS0FO
Best Sellers Rank #201,308 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 21, 2012
  
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Very bright light!!
M. Compton
I work in a warehouse and use this light daily for spot checking inventory.
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You can twist the head to select 2 modes, turbo or regular.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. jackson on January 11, 2013
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I'm a traditional $20 mag lite guy, but my brother-in-law had the "dinky" version of this FL and I really liked its, features, fit, and finish. Since I have several other devices that use 18650 Li-Ion batteries, I opted for this slightly larger version for my daily carry flashlight.

Function: Toggle on and off via a click button on the butt. Cycle through modes with half-presses. Tighten the front piece to fry bacon. I'm joking, but it's REALLY bright (and hot) in "turbo" mode). This seems complex, but if you spend ten minutes with the well-written manual, operation is fairly straightforward and easy to remember. "Moon Glow" is the first mode, and the one that will probably get the most use in practice; medium seems like a standard 3XD cell light, and high mode causes pain at close range. You get two cycles through med-low-high before the exotic modes kick in. I can't really explain why this is a good thing, but it is. The exotic modes start with a strobe worthy of the best 70's disco, a varable rate strobe that makes me twitch a little, SOS, and another slower strobe mode. Five stars for function.

Fit: It feels solid and fits my hands perfectly. The aforementioned "dinky" version was so small, it almost seemed clumsy to hold. It fits just as well in my pocket as the "dinky" which had the clip mounted flush with the butt. On this larger one, clip placement makes the butt stick up about an inch above the top of my pocket, but this seems to make it a little easier to grab, The nylon lanyard holder (more on this later) sticks out right where my little finger wants to rest, not a big deal, but this costs half of a fit star. It also comes with a very nice rigid woven nylon holster that I'll probably never use unless I become a cop or dress up like Batman.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Rader on January 23, 2013
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I bought this for my Mom who lives in a farm house among creatures of the night. She asked for a decent flashlight to get from her car to her backdoor and be aware of who or what might be in her surroundings. WHOA! This thing does the job! Incredible depth and brightness, all with a simple click.

This thing is a monster. It produces the type of light corrupt Law Enforcement uses to disorientate their victims before they beat you down. I feel the clicky feature is easier to use for my elderly mom over the complex bezel features of some of the competitors. It does have those features, but with the bezel tightened and a click of the switch its gets straight to business by putting out some of the brightest, clearest, most penetrating light I've ever seen.

All out of a package similar to a package of Rollos. For $60, this thing will amaze you. I played with it for a couple days before Christmas. My neighbors were blown away.

Anyway, My Mom absolutely loves it, fits in her purse and is very identifiable by touch. Win for the number one Son.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Dan Murphy on February 27, 2013
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I really like this little monster. 741 lumens for $60 is a good deal, and in such a small package at that. I do have one issue, however; over time the light's ability to shift between modes when the head is turned has become flakier and flakier. The only mode that works with consistency is when I have the head screwed all the way down (turbo mode -click- sos -click- turbo mode). After I 'loosen' the head to go into a different mode, I find that the light beam randomly switches intensity and 'pattern'. So I'll be working with the light in 'moonlight', and it will just start a fast turbo strobe or something. Very annoying, and I'm limited to working in the aforementioned mode.

I carry this light with me at all times, and consider it a vital component of my personal defense system. It's sits on my bed stand at night. (I got tied of clipping it to my underware lol). Full click followed by half click makes it strobe in turbo light intensity, and this is blinding and disorienting, making it difficult for an intruder to see anything at all. It can really tip the scales to your advantage.

Update 2013-04-20
I'm removing 2 stars because the light is now flickering on and off when I have it turned on. If it's on and I shake it, it will go off, and vice-versa. ANNOYING. I expect more out of a $60 flashlight. I still carry it on me all the time, but I know this new 'feature' will most likely become more and more prevalent, and eventually it's going to get tossed in the trash.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mark_o6 on June 6, 2013
I'll 1st mention the batteries. These are high capacity (their higher capacity is what gets such bright light) and it's best to have some knowledge about them if you're going to use them. The CR123A are expensive unless purchased over the internet, but have great shelf life. And it's important to always replace batteries with 2 of the same type and condition. Rechargeable 18650 have a slight higher risk of fire/explosion than store bought so recharge in locations away from anything flammable. Boeing's new Dreamliner used a type of lithium ion so if it helps picture your house on fire running down the runway, peoples faces pressed up against the windows screaming, "we're going to die" just to make sure you always charge these in a safe place.

2nd I'll mention new LED lights are just getting more impressive all the time. This is a piece of technology and changing fast so better ones are not far away. Eagletac and a hand full of companies are on the leading edge of this technology and producing high-end lights. Not the cheap pieces of junk that are very prevalent for $20 or less or use 20 or 100 LEDs in a light. So with this light you're paying a premium. If all you want is just a flashlight and don't care about the technology you may be more satisfied with a different light.

Now for the ET D25LC2 it's a well designed very bright light for this size. I haven't seen any brighter lights in this small a size so big plus there. The interface for me is perfect. You can twist the head to select 2 modes, turbo or regular. In reg mode it starts at low which is really nice when you're in the dark indoors and 1st turn on a light. If a light starts in hi you'll be blind for a few seconds if using in very dark conditions.
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