|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 3 x 3 inches|
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|Item model number||M3A016|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Size||2 AAA (included)|
|Material||Anodized Aircraft Aluminum|
|Type of Bulb||Krypton|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
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Maglite Mini Incandescent 2-Cell AAA Flashlight, Black
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- Superior quality craftsmanship with weather-resistant seal, diamond knurl design, and anodized inside and out for improved corrosion resistance
- Compact design renowned for its quality, durability, and reliability
- Made in America and built tough enough to last a lifetime making it suitable for camping, car repairs, climbing, dog walking, fishing, household use, hunting, etc.
- Includes a spare lamp safely secured in the tail cap and converts quickly into free standing candle mode, for convenient, hands-free light whenever you need it
- Adjustable and powerful lighting instrument that makes a useful gift and fits perfectly into pockets, purses, attaché cases, etc.
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Top Customer Reviews
The first step to getting the most out of this (or any) light is to throw away the alkaline batteries, and use Eneloop NiMH rechargeable cells instead. That way the light stays brighter for a longer time, because NiMH batteries have a much flatter discharge curve under load. Plus you can stop worrying about battery life, batteries leaking, and wasting money on replacement batteries.
The second trick you should do is replace the stock bulb with the LM2A001 Xenon bulb intended for the AA Mini Mag. These can be had dirt cheap online, and it's as easy as pulling one out and popping in another one. Not only does it raise the color temperature from 2800K to a "whiter" 3100K, but because of the smaller filament, the light literally doubles in brightness when focused into a spot. And the spot becomes a tighter circle instead of an oval blob. The trade off is somewhat reduced battery life, but since your first step was to ditch the alkalines for rechargeables, the issue is mostly a moot point.
One nagging issue I observed with this light is that sometimes the batteries rattle when the light body is rotated, causing the bulb to slightly dim or flicker as you turn it. A simple solution is to wrap a thin layer of paper around the batteries to stop them from rattling. Some rechargeable cells are slightly thicker than standard AAA alkalines and do not have this problem.
This light fits the bill perfectly. It clips into your whitecoat breast pocket and stays there. It comes in several stylish colors. And the ability to manually focus the light allows you to eliminate annoying 'hot spots' and 'cold spots' in the beam, common with cheap penlights, that might lead the naive medical student to miscall an afferent pupillary defect on the difficult 'swinging-flashlight' test!
I've been caring for patients with my Mini MagLite for more than 3 years. I'd urge you to do the same!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good reliable little flashlight. I keep it in my purse, it's gotten dropped in a puddle and still works fine.Published 1 month ago by A. Olinger
It really like the size of it, it was very easy to put together.Published 1 month ago by L. M. Young
Best little flashlight we've owned and tons of accessories for it as well!Published 4 months ago by Jeffrey A. Miller
Love maglite products, but I ruin these little ones and they are just too expensive for a product that dies after a month or two.Published 4 months ago by Johny
this thing drains my battery in less than an hour. the aluminum quality build is okay but the problem is when I try to turn the flashlight on and off, I have to turn the head left... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gary M.
I never go anywhere without it! When you need instant light, there it is, clipped right to your pocket.Published 5 months ago by Sally Posner