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TerraLUX TLE-6EXB MiniStar5 140 Lumens, Led Conversion Kit for 2-3 Cell C&D MagLites

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  • Bright white LED light
  • LED never burns out
  • Extends battery life to 3 times longer than incandescent
  • Ultra focus for long distances
  • Brighter than original incandescent bulbs
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Product Information

Size: Single Pack
Technical Details
Brand TerraLUX
Part Number TLE6EXB
Item Weight0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 5 x 0.8 inches
Item model numberTLE-6EXB
Assembled Height 0.75 inches
Assembled Length 7 inches
Assembled Width 5 inches
Item Package Quantity1
Color White
Fixture Features Puddle Lamp
Power Source Battery-Powered
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB001I9TI4Q
Best Sellers Rank #405 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 14, 2008
  
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Size: Single Pack
  • Puddle Lamp

Product Description

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TerraLUX MiniStar5 140 Lumens Extreme LED Replacement Bulb for 2-3 C&D Cell MagLites has a white LED light that never burns out. It has an extended battery life that lasts 3 times longer than incandescent bulbs and has ultra focus for long distances which makes it brighter than the original incandescent bulbs.

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Customer Reviews

This Led upgrade is very easy to install and works very well .
Fernando Ledesma
The beam is still adjustable and when focused to spot light, much more consistant without the irregular shape and dark spots the original bulb created.
otofcc
Upgraded my 3 d cell flashlights for longer battery life & better lighting.
Melvin Ruth

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 126 people found the following review helpful By A. Clark on October 26, 2011
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I bought two of these LED bulbs to replace the incandescent bulbs in my 2-cel D Maglites. They work great: bright, white light, MUCH brighter than the old bulbs. Terrific upgrade.

There is a lot of confusing information to be found in the reviews of this item. Here are the facts:
1) These bulbs are MUCH brighter and whiter than the stock incandescent bulbs. Huge improvement.
2) At about $13, these are MUCH cheaper than the price of a new LED Maglite.
3) If you already own a non-LED Maglite, this is a relatively cheap upgrade.
4) I'm not sure how this LED compares to the Maglite LED in terms of brightness, but I can say this is bright. Much brighter than the incandescent bulb.
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178 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Mark Azali on January 3, 2012
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Length: 1:37 Mins
I am using this with a 3 D cell compare the original with the Terralux. I have had these batteries in the flashlight for awhile so this may not even be full power
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78 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Mike on November 27, 2012
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Note - I'm putting the bulk of this review on the 4D TerraLUX conversion as well, as I purchased that kit, too.

I've had my 3D Maglite for over 7 years, and I've always considered it to be a good, but not great flashlight. I have a couple tactical Surefire flashlights and a Pelican flashlight that I use as a firefighter that are all MUCH brighter than even the best Maglite. However, the Surefires were both over $100 each, and they both use very expensive lithium CR123A batteries that do not last very long, which is a major drawback. The Pelican was also extremely expensive, but it was purpose-built for firefighting and HAZMAT incidents. It has decent battery life, and it does use standard C batteries, which is nice.

So, taking all that into account, I rarely use the Surefires except for tactical purposes, and I use the Pelican when I need a bright flashlight. When I need a standard issue, not very expensive flashlight for general purposes, I grab one of my 4 Maglites, and just based on the balance of battery life vs size, I usually grab the 3D one over the 4D one.

I recently had an opportunity to mess around with one of the 2D Maglite LED flashlights. From things I've seen on the internet, it was a "3rd Generation" LED, with a square green base supporting the actual LED and a rating of 134 lumens. This thing was a GREAT flashlight. I was utterly stunned at the brightness of the light and the distance at which I could clearly see objects illuminated (250 yards plus). This thing was brighter than my Surefires with brand new batteries. I was also amazed at how well I could focus the beam, and how concentrated it stayed, even at great distances (something I cannot do with my Surefires).
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83 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Brian on February 24, 2012
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Length: 3:19 Mins
this is an outstanding upgrade for maglites. At 140 lumens it is one of the brightest upgrades you can buy for a maglite 2 D/C or 3 D/C.
Very high quality for price and probably even brighter than the commercial led maglites. Watch my video review to see the light in action.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Writing from experience on September 2, 2009
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I purchased this from another vendor to replace the factory bulb in a MagLite I've owned for years and have replaced probably 3 standard bulbs along the way. The amount of light and ability to focus the beam is amazing. When the manufacturer says not to look into the beam of light, they aren't joking. I haven't had this for long so I'm not sure how long the LED will last, only going by what the manufacturer says. So it should be many years. I did try some junky NiMH rechargable D size batteries from Ray O Vac with this LED and 2-D MagLite. They lasted about 30 minutes fully charged before flickering the LED and finally shutting down. (Note that it doesn't dim, just shuts down when batteries are low). I'm guessing I'll get a lot more time with regular alkaline batteries though since I've read, and seem to be experiencing, that the Ray O Vac NiMH D batteries have a low capacity C type battery inside the D casing... cute. Anyway, I'm hooked on this upgrade. If the cost was a little less I'd be even happier, but considering the light output the cost made it worth it for me. I have read that these LEDs can also heat up pretty good and fog the inside of a Mag when used for longer periods and in certain weather. I haven't experienced this yet, haven't tested it that far yet. That may be in the larger 4-6 cell flashlights also?
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42 of 54 people found the following review helpful By jason andexler on January 10, 2011
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I bought this as an upgrade for a several year old 3-d maglite. I had a chance to compare it to a new 2-D LED maglite and here's what I found.
Pro:
It is brighter than the stock bulb and seems to last longer though I'm still on the first set of batteries so I can't say by how much.
con:
currently a brand new LED 3-D maglite is $4 dollars more than this upgrade and produces more light. Also the Factory LED maglite comes with an updated reflector which allows for better control of the beam focus.
conclusion:
spend the extra couple of bucks to get an entire new flashlight and give your old one to a friend/loved one.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By roberto canchola on June 5, 2012
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This product was and is amazing. It is a must buy to upgrade your maglite from the regular lightbulb to these bright
LEDs. However it is not as bright as buying a LED MAGLITE flashlight(cost $30-$40)from the store but it is still pretty amazing.
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