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MAGLITE SP2210H 2-AA Cell Mini LED Flashlight with Holster, Silver

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  • Batteries included
  • Multi-mode switch and convenient candle mode
  • Powerful projecting beam focuses by simply rotating the head
  • Balanced optics--highly refined reflector and a quality LED
  • Intelligent energy source management
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Product Information

Color Name: Silver
Technical Details
Part Number SP2210H
Product Dimensions10.9 x 5 x 0.8 inches
Item model numberSP2210H
ColorSilver
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB000K1AY14
Best Sellers Rank #39,126 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 17, 2003
  
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Product Description

Color: Silver

From the Manufacturer

The new MAGLITE SP2210H 2-AA Cell Mini LED Silver Flashlight with Holster 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 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 3 watt 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.

Customer Reviews

This flashlight is extremely durable and very bright.
Edgar Alan Poe
What I love the best about this flashlight is that it lasts a long time on two AA Batteries and it give off lots of light for a smaller flashlight.
Daisy
This light is definitely outdated although Mag has introduced its excellent Minimag LED.
Nimh

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By DB.Zimmerman on September 21, 2007
Color Name: Silver
The construction and quality is what you'd expect from a Maglite with a solid and durable aluminum body and rubber gaskets inside to keep out dirt and water. The grip is also nicely textured to keep the flashlight from slipping out of your hand.

Light output is excellent with a bright, white beam and good throw distance. The reflector has been redesigned from the 2AA incandescent model and eliminates the infamous Maglite "hole" (a dark spot in the middle of the beam) when the flashlight is on full flood. Adjusting to spot isn't a dramatic difference, but it definitely puts more light in the center of the beam which can be useful in certain situations.

Batteries last a long, long time, and unlike the older incandescent model, the light output doesn't decrease to unusable levels long before the batteries are dead but rather stays clear and bright until the batteries are exhausted. The LED is also considerably more durable than an incandescent bulb, and my LED Maglite has survived knocks and drops that would have required a bulb replacement in my old incan model. And while the LED version is about an inch longer than the old model, the flashlight is still small and light enough to carry everywhere (I always keep mine on my belt so it's always handy when I need it, which is more often than you'd expect!).

I have only one caveat: the flashlight does not have reverse polarity protection meaning that if you accidentally install the batteries backwards, you'll smoke the LED and you'll have to buy a new flashlight. Just be careful when installing the batteries and you'll be fine.

It might seem a little pricey, but it's worth every penny.

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Edit: A year later and this little flashlight is still going strong. It never leaves my side.
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By wcc2 VINE VOICE on May 31, 2000
Color Name: Black
All the mag lites share solid aluminum construction and rubber o-ring seals.
What sets the mini mag off from the other mag lites is its size (easy to hold with teeth while working under car, sink, etc) and one little known feature - "candle" mode. You adjust the beam focus by rotating the mini mag's head, but if you continue turning the head pops off; you are left with the handle and the exposed bulb, which is now throwing light in all directions - it is a "candle". Flip the head over, place it on the ground/table - it is now a "candle holder". Stick the candle into the candle holder. Instant candle for camping. (These directions are actually on the mini mag's packaging, but it wasn't until I had bought my third mini mag (one for car, kitchen, daypack) that I noticed. This is actually a great trick to show other mini mag owners... they also threw their packaging away without looking it)
Two mini mags in the candle mode do a good job on a picnic table at night... so get two of them... they're cheap.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By PT Phil on January 1, 2000
Color Name: Black
While I have run into a flashlight that is slightly more waterproof than this one it is almost three times more expensive. In my humble opinion value is a major component of any design. For this reason, this flashlight rates a 5. Grasp this in your hand and you are immediately struck by its designed in strength and careful manufacturing. The adjustable beam, which spreads or focuses the light expands the usefulness. Narrow for reading a map late at night or wide angle for walking down the lane. A spare bulb (an old concept that seemed to have gotten lost until now) increases the likelihood that you will have light when you want it. Mag took a simple product, added important features and then used quality materials and methods to produce it at a very attractive price.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jon on August 22, 2008
Color Name: Silver
Love Maglite flashlights, only had one minor issue with this one. I don't normally write reviews, but wanted to share this for anyone else who has this problem. The flickering/won't turn on problem very well could be the tailcap assembly (screw off back part). There are 2 metal clips that need to make contact with the barrel. If your AA LED Maglite is not turning on, try bending these 2 clips out and make sure they can make contact with the barrel. Mine had this problem, and once I bent these clips out it has worked just great. I hope this helps someone out there.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M. Luke on December 5, 1999
Color Name: Black
I've got one of these in my car glove box for emergencies and another in my living room so that I can check the wiring for my stereo, check the fusebox when the power goes out, etc. The Metal Enclosed light is very sturdy. My 5 year old has banged it, dropped it and it still works.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Nimh on September 12, 2006
Color Name: Black
All right I'm going to cut to the chase. This light is definitely outdated although Mag has introduced its excellent Minimag LED. Some of the complaints about the reliability of this light are absolutely hilarious. Mag flashlights have been the standard light for maintenence, security,law enforcement, and many other types of personnel and have proven to be a very reliable and durable light. Its an incandescent light, which can fail if dropped just like any other light of its type. P

eople who I consider to experts on the topic of flashlights, who even have websites dedicated specifically to flashlight reviews, also consider this to be a very decent entry level light with high reliability. These experts have recognized the Minimag as being a dependable flashlight not known to have any major design flaws that affect reliability. Sure there are better flashlights out there, they also cost more money.

I consider all the Mag flashlights to be good entry level lights. You aren't getting a Surefire or Streamlight but you will end up with a light that is going to work every time you use it and offer a very long service life. These lights have been torture tested to grave extremes on public forums pertaining to flashlights and their durability will amaze you.

Where it truly does not compare to the Surefire and Streamlight lights is in beam quality. Once you have used a Surefire or Streamlight you might never go back. This little Minimag has a lot going for it though. It is reliable, has fairly good output, and has a decent run time on relatively inexpensive AA batteries. Other lights may be brighter but they are either more expensive initially or more expensive to feed battery wise.
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