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Nite-ize 1 Watt LED Upgrade


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  • 1 watt.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Super-bright flood and focused spot.
  • 50,000 hour LUXEON® LED.
  • Excellent battery life - 25 hour runtime.
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Nite-ize 1 Watt LED Upgrade + Nite Ize LRB-07-PR1W 1-watt LED Bulb Upgrade/Replacement for Most C/D-Battery Flashlights
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Product Description

Designed to upgrade your AA Mini MagLite with this 1 watt Luxeon L.E.D. super-bright flood and focused spot. Offers incredibly long battery life. IQ switch combo adds a multi-function push-button switch - turns on/off without adjusting focus, provides 3 power levels, 2 emergency strobe levels (fast & slow), and an auto-off function while in the first three modes after 14.5 min. to prevent accidental drainage. The switch itself is an L.E.D. flashing every few seconds so you can find it in the dark.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 353553
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.8 x 3 x 1 inches
Item model numberLRB-07-1W
Shaperound
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Special FeaturesBulb
  
Additional Information
ASINB000LPX1F0
Best Sellers Rank #302,840 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 29, 2008
  
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Customer Reviews

Their line of LED maglight upgrades are worlds superior to the Nite Ize.
D. Kiang
If this tiny conductor used to connect the negative to the case is missing the light will not work.
Brian
If you are looking for a real LED conversion, spend the money and go with Terralux!
Kindle Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Prof Dave on December 1, 2007
I had two Mini MAG lights with burned out bulbs, so I orgered a pair of these "upgrade" kits.

For one of the flashlights, the electrical contacts from the replacement LEDs made enought contact with the original flashilight that I could at least use it -- sort of. Becasuse the contact wasn't very solid, the light kept flickering on and off everytime I moved the flashlight.

For the other flashlight, I could barely get any contact at all -- it would light up occasionally when I pushed the LED contacts directly into the "socket" by hand, but it never did work when I screwed the whole thing back together.

More than that, even when the LEDs did work, they were considerably less bright than the original bulbs. I thought thaqt being able to focus a 3-LED set-up would produce a relatively intense light, but that is definitely not the case.

What do I recommend instead? First, read the reviews for the "Nite Ize #LUC-07 LED Comb Upgrade Kit" which tend to agree with my assessment of the LEDs, and then point out that the replacement on-off switch included in that kit is even more poorly designed.

Second, spend the money on a "MAG INSTRUMENT 2 cell AA Mini Maglite LED" (about $24). Its 3-watt LED is much more powerful than what you get from the Lite Ize adapter -- and its excellent performance will instantly remind you why you were so impressed with the original Mini MAG light.

Finally, if you have an original, one-AA Mini MAG light with a burned out bulb, buy the "Mag Instrument LM2A001 Replacement Lamp for AA Mini MagLite, 2-Pack" for a $1.28 (for two bulbs), and you'll end up with a much better light beam than you would get if you bought the so-called "upgrade" being offered here.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Norman F. Smith on December 15, 2007
I think other people are reviewing different products. The 1 watt replacement for the AA mini-mag is much brighter than the original and makes better use of the batteries. Also, mine just works perfectly so far. It has 5 positions, and the dimmest one seems better than the original. Of course, the batteries are old and the bulb was old and darkened. The LED with the same batteries just blows away the stock unit. Of course, a new bulb with new batteries probably wouldn't be that impressively different.

Looks like the original kit with 3 LEDs wasn't as good.

-nfsmith
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brian on December 11, 2009
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Bulb works great, but when you change the bulb out you have to be very careful. There is a very tiny conductor between the switch and the bulb wire guide that can fall out easily. If this tiny conductor used to connect the negative to the case is missing the light will not work. This part is not shown on any of the diagrams from Nite Ize or Maglite. I was getting pretty upset when the bulb did not work until I figured it out so be careful!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Geary on May 25, 2008
I bought one of these retrofit kits because I have a MiniMag with LED and it is just awesomely bright. Since I also have some standard Mag lites I thought I would simply use these retrofits. Nowhere on the package did it say what the wattage output was. After I put the unit in & saw that the light intensity was extremely weak and looked on Amazon, that's when I found out this unit is only 1 watt. A 1 watt LED is significantly dimmer than the standard halogen bulb that comes in the Mini Mag. Why would anyone want to retrofit & end up with a dim flashlight? So... don't bother with this cheap imitation. Mag makes a 3 watt retrofit kit & it is worth the money.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Kiang on May 28, 2008
I bought a few of their LED in the past all were cheaply constructed and output miserable. They're more on the line of toys for my friend's kids. Since trying their bulbs, I found a better company out there; TerraLux. Their line of LED maglight upgrades are worlds superior to the Nite Ize.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on July 23, 2009
I've gone through more than a couple of these kits. They are a great idea at a great price. If you are looking for a real LED conversion, spend the money and go with Terralux!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dusty Kemper on February 8, 2013
Turning these kits on and off buggers up the prongs in the contacts of the light itself i just use a xenon bulb in my 5+ year old mag thats been in my pocket 24/7 since i was 15 i bought a pro+ 2aa i use now as of a few days ago dont waste time on led upgrades. failed in 3 months never really worked right anyway. so the brightness is irrelevant if the piece of just wont turn on ... witch it wont. Also as you turn it on and off it twists the unit and goobers the prongs on the light too and weakens them i was initially impressed with brightness and shock resistance but was disappointed when i had to call maglite and get a new switch...... bulb actually still burns just ruins the light itself.
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