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GearLight M3 LED Tactical Flashlight [2 PACK] with Belt Clip, Batteries Included - Zoomable, 3 Modes, Water Resistant, Small Mini Light - Best Everyday Carry Flashlights
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- SMALL & TACTICAL - The M3's lightweight, all-metal, and practical design makes it a perfect companion while camping, fishing, hunting or dog walking. Its small size conveniently fits in your pocket, purse, or handbag. Built-in clip attaches to your belt for easy carry and quick access.
- BRIGHT, SUPER EFFICIENT LED - High performance LED generates up to 300 lumens and delivers up to 3 hours of non-diminishing brightness on a single AA battery. (Batteries are included).
- ZOOMABLE | THREE OPERATING MODES - Zoom out for a wide beam that lights up an entire tent or instantly focuses in on objects a hundred feet away. 3 lighting modes offer the illumination and versatility for any situation (High, Low, and Flash/Strobe).
- WEATHER RESISTANT | ALUMINIUM BODY - Built for rough handling, this aluminum flashlight can survive accidental drops, temporary water submersions, and perform reliably in all weather conditions. Suitable for use in heavy rain, snow, or emergencies.
- EXCEPTIONAL VALUE | INCLUDES 2 FLASHLIGHTS - Keep one in your car, one in your home, or gift one to a friend or family member. Every purchase comes with an extended one-year return policy and friendly customer service provided by GearLight, a U.S.-based company.
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This compact and tactical flashlight is the perfect gift for a father, husband, scout, or college student for any occasion.
The tough, all-aluminum body makes it suitable for extreme conditions both indoors and outdoors. You can count on it during storms, floods, power outages, earthquakes, and natural disasters.
Tough and small, this torch can be conveniently packed in your backpack, bag, glove compartment, camping gear, or survival kit. The flash function is a life saver when doing roadside repairs or signaling for help. Highly reliable and easy to use, it is the perfect flashlight to have while hunting, hiking, fishing, or camping.
- Long Lasting Ultra-Bright LED
- Smart Power Management Allows for Hours of Continuous Use
- 3 Light Modes (High, Low, Flash/Strobe)
- Instant Adjustable Zoom
- Weather, Water, and Shock Resistant
- Small and Lightweight
- All-Metal Construction
- Powered by a Single AA Battery
- 2x GearLight M3 LED Tactical Flashlights
- 2x AA Batteries
- 1x Operations Guide
- 1x Warranty Card
Located in the USA, we specialize in providing quality, reliable, and highly affordable LED products. We offer an extended one-year hassle-free return policy on all purchases made through our authorized reseller, MIDirect.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.25 x 1 x 1 inches; 7.9 Ounces
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : November 18, 2017
- Manufacturer : GearLight
- ASIN : B076FVC1R6
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- #111 in Handheld Flashlights
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I was very excited when I received the product and was eager to try it out. I was impressed with the external built, they looked very well made, very sturdy, AND they can stand on their tail (although a bit wobbly) (pic#1). I checked the included batteries and when I turned on the lights, I noticed one had a bright white light but the second one was a bit warmish yellow instead (pic#5). I replaced both with new AA Duracell batteries just in case, and they were the same. In addition to that, the 2nd one’s clicking action was behaving strangely. When I press a full-click to turn it on, instead of the high beam, it starts with low beam. Then when I half-click to cycle it through Low-Strobe-High, but every time I turned it on, it always start at low beam. Upon using the 1st light for few minutes, I also notice the click was behaving strangely as well, where it would randomly get stuck on high beam no matter how I half-click to try to cycle it through.
I also gave it a little endurance test using the factory provided AA battery. Left it continuously on high for 1 hour/day, did it for 3 days, for a total run time of roughly 3 hours before the AA battery died, which is exactly what the description says. I am sure it should last longer with a Duracell AA.
Even though it's not advertised to take Li-ion 14500 battery, the seller answered one of the question that it can operate with 14500, so I tried it out with one of my Olight 14500 battery. Just eyeballing it, I would say it's 30-40% brighter than usual AA battery (pic#3 both on high, 14500 on the left and AA on the right, & #4 with 14500) although the photo probably didn't fully capture the lighting; side-by-side, the low beam on 14500 is equivalent to high beam on AA. HOWEVER, it gives out so much heat on high beam, the flashlight became very warm (or even hot) within 2 minutes of continuous usage I had to turn it to low beam. Whereas it's just slightly warm when on AA, even after each of the 1 hour test.
Overall, after 2 long weeks of waiting, I was a bit disappointed at the quality control of the lights. If it's not for the difference in light temperature and faulty clicking action, I would have given the M3 a 5-star consider the attractive look, external built, and pricing point vs. it's competitors. However, based on that, I wouldn't be too confident to give these to my daughter for her week-long camp, and would probably give the M3 a 3-star instead. I contacted GearLight directly, and they refunded my order in an instant without question, hence my overall 4-star rating to reflect their customer service. It is too bad, because I really want to like these lights. Now I'm still left with a dilemma, what can I give my daughter for her camp...
Rant over, here's the short version: flashlights have a pretty simple job and I expect them to make light when I hit a switch. This one failed. For the price, I guess it's fine for walking the dog or finding stuff under the bed, but I don't trust it any more. They're off blackout duty and out of my toolbox; I won't be using these when I truly need light. This package is good when you need a volume of flashlights rather than quality.
Long version: The flashlight actually feels pretty nice in your hands. The clip has just the right tension and the button is pretty tactile. The part that slides to focus the light is too loose and will slide down if you jostle the light too much or grip wrong, but that also means it's easy to put back and the light is small enough to just hold the thing where you want it with your pinky. Not a mark of quality, but hardly a deal breaker. I ran this for about ten minutes on high with a 14500 battery in it and it gets uncomfortably warm; not burning, but I was inclined to roll it in my hand or play hot potato. You kind of have to expect that with these, and in exchange it's pretty bright. Another "whatever," but I'd take off a star for the both combined anyway.
After my run test above and a few midnight trips around the house, I finally got a chance to use one of these in a serious way: installing an antenna in my attic. Now, to see how long the battery would last, I hadn't changed the battery out and expected it to die soon. It did. I had the light on low for my needs, when I tapped the power button by mistake and turned off the light. Then I hit the button again to turn it back on. Then I hit the button again to turn it back on. Eight or so angry presses later, I got it to kick back on. Curious, I flipped back through the modes. High? Good but dimming. Low? Gone. It straight up does not work with a low battery. Strobe? Still there, still useless. Disappointed, I continued to work until the light cut off again, probably because I was resting my thumb on the tail cap. My fault, but I could not get it back on no matter how many times I clicked. I ended up having to take the cap off in the dark, reinstall it, then click a few more times before I got dimming light. Nope, not okay, and it happened again later when I don't believe my butter fingers caused the issue. I gain had to take out the battery in the pitch black to get it working again.
Update: The seller sent me two new replacements and they work fine. Rating changed to 4 stars for product and an extra star for top notch customer service. Thanks
Update: in less than 2 days the vendor shipped 2 new lights and they are both excellent so my rating goes for 3 stars to 4 for product and an extra star for most excellent customer service! Total 5 Star all the way.
You can grip it without it sliding out of your hand with the flatted portion of the body. On-off button is convenient.
The pocket clip seems a bit tight but maybe that will keep it more secure.
I have used it quite often and I am completely satisfied.
The price seems reasonable compared to others offered. (about $6 per light)