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MAGLITE SP2201H 2-AA Cell Mini LED Flashlight with Holster, Black

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  • Aluminum
  • Uses 3 watt LED
  • Powerful focusing beam
  • Multi-mode switch
  • Candle mode
  • Durable and reliable-Efficient power usage
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Product Information

Color: Black
Technical Details
Part Number JEN-1900
Item Weight4.2 ounces
Product Dimensions9.8 x 4.6 x 1.4 inches
Item model numberSP2201H
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Size6.5 inch
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionLimited lifetime
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Best Sellers Rank #9,605 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
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Product Description

Color: Black

Product Description

Features a 6.60 in. aluminum alloy body 3 Watt LED bulb and 2 AA alkaline batteries. Comesplete with a nylon belt holster.ATTRIBUTES Batteries Included: Yes Bulb: LED  Power Source: AA x 2

From the Manufacturer

Mini Maglite LED 2 AA cell flashlight with MAG-LED Technology uses a 3-watt LED. The new Mini Maglite LED is crafted after the legendary Mini Maglite flashlight, an icon of classic American design, famous around the world.Built tough enough to last a lifetime, its durability and patented features are now available with new MAG-LED Technology. Benefits include: A Powerful Projecting Beam that focuses simply by rotating the head. Balanced Optics, combining a highly refined reflector with a quality LED, for a brilliant adjustable beam. Intelligent Energy Source Management balancing high brightness with efficient power usage. Candle mode--unscrew flashlight head, place head down on stable flat surface and set flashlight barrel into head. AA Mini Maglite LED, 2 cell with holster, Black

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Customer Reviews

It is very solid and bright.
Thomas Fosbenner
I can highly recommend this light, it's well worth the money if you need a good flashlight.
Maglite SP2209H 2-AA Cell Mini LED Flashlight is an excellent flashlight.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

161 of 164 people found the following review helpful By Gail Rhea on July 24, 2009
Color Name: Gray
I'm am very happy to report on the next generation of the 2 AA Mini Maglite LED flashlight. Mine is gray, model #SP2209HJ.

Where the older style of the Mini Maglite LED has a larger head than the incandescent version and no hole on the tail cap to attach a lanyard, with the next generation Mini Maglite LED, we see the return of the smaller head so the rubber rim for the face cap fits as well as the lenses of the accessories pack. The hole to attach a lanyard is back in the tail cap.

It measures 1/2" longer than the incandescent version.

The holster still doesn't have the Velcro flap and is a tighter fit than my Velcro-flapped holster, but then, that applies to the current incandescent Mini Maglite's holster, too. I guess Mag changed the design to save on production costs.

Although the corona isn't quite as bright or quite as white as the 80 lumens Duracell Daylite 2 AA LED flashlight that I bought at Walmart for $5 more at the same time, the hotspot is brighter and the overall diameter of the beam is broader than the Daylite's. I like the Mini Maglite LED much better, not only because the beam is broader, but also because it weighs less, is narrower and shorter, and doesn't have a push-button on the tail cap.

I'm VERY pleased with the Mini Maglite LED because it has settings for 100% power, 25% power, blink, and SOS that is definitely good for signaling for help whether by a lost hiker or a survivor of a natural disaster or other emergency situation. Just twist as usual to turn on, then twist off & on again to sequence to the other modes.

What that does to those who prefer one of the tail cap push button modifications, I don't know. I prefer to twist it and can do it easily with one hand.
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116 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Leon W. Blocker on October 17, 2006
Color Name: Gray
I have the 2 cell AA LED Mini Maglite, and I love it. But let's clear up some misconceptions about what this little gem is and isn't. In the dark, this is a bright, capable flashlight that illuminates a wide area. Unlike Maglites you may be used to, the beam can't really be focused. Yes, if you point it towards the ground at your feet, you can see the beam converge. At five yards out, it doesn't really matter, it's an area light no matter what.

If you are looking for a solid area light that doesn't take up a lot of room and has long-lasting battery life - wait no more, this is your flashlight! Go buy it right now.

If you are looking for something to replace a SureFire or StreamLight, keep looking. This flashlight just isn't in the same league of brightness. Yes, it's rough and tough and for a small flashlight it is very bright for close tasks. If you are looking to light up chunks of real estate at night, then you are better off with a SureFire.

A couple of words of warning about this light compared to the "regular" halogen - it is a larger flashlight. In diameter it is the same, but in length it is about one inch longer. And since the LED is supposed to be indestructible, there is no spare in the cap.

I carry this on my belt with the included holster, though I pray to God Maglite wakes up and gives us a holster that LOCKS closed. Would it kill ya to give us six inches of nylon and velcro to hold the blessed thing in place, Maglite?

BOTTOM LINE : A solid, dependable light that is excellent for small areas or enclosed spaces. After all, it is a Maglite. Only six inches of fabric and velcro keeps this from being the best LED flashlight for any amount of money.
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198 of 227 people found the following review helpful By Orchid_Malevolence on September 29, 2006
Color Name: Black
I'll admit, I love LED flashlights - the pure, white light, the extended battery life, the look on the faces of my friends when they point the flashlight into their eyes upon examination... so when I read that Mag had released an LED flashlight, I immediately went in pursuit of one, and I'm finding it to be a mixed bag.

From a build quality standpoint, Mag still makes a solid product. The barrel and head are made from aluminum, rubber washers are used for a water resistant seal, and they can take being dropped off a workbench. One thing I'm wondering why they left out, however, was a hook for a lanyard - the bottom cap of this flashlight is flat.

One of the main things the Mag has going for it over other LED flashlight designs however is that the beam can be focused - and this is due to the deeper reflector design and the shape of the LED. Focusing the beam does increase its intensity - a bit, but nothing like the old incandescent Mag lites - I found myself using it about halfway between just on and fully focused, as it proved the most practical.

Now though, for the disappointing part: I own a 1-watt Luxeon-based LED flashlight (that cost approximately the same as the Mag), and a 5-watt LED flashlight from SureFire (which cost... considerably more). The Luxeon LED puts out approximately 20 lumens, and the SureFire puts out a blinding 100 lumens, so at 3-watts, it would be safe to assume that this Mag Lite would be about halfway between the two, right? Wrong. The beam is about the same intensity as the 1-watt Luxeon (which is pretty bright by itself); ever so slightly brighter when completely focused, but then the Luxeon spreads its light more smoothly than the Mag.
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