|Item Weight||3.7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||XL100|
|Batteries||3 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
Maglite XL100 LED Flashlight, Black
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Being a flashaholic "know it all" I was hesitant to give this mag a chance, I mean, a three cell carrier AAA light? Practically sacrilege! But being a bit of a techno nerd, the opportunity to play with an accelerometer operated light was irresistible. Plus I could always just return it to the store... ***SPOILER AHEAD***... but I didn't.
Now to get down to the blood & bone... this light really impressed me especially that it came from MagLite. The features themselves are standard among the usual suspects of LED lights, but the implementation MagLite chose is a leap forward among their peers. Every multi-mode light out there requires you to loosen, tighten or certain amount of clicks, or a certain combination sequence of either to get to the mode you want. The XL100 has all its modes in one button you only need to press once, as long as your selection is facing up. A raised rubber dial (It does NOT rotate!) on the boot of the switch is supposed to serve as an indicator, the big N on a map so to speak, always pointing to the most frequently used mode of the light, the brightness control. And serving as a reference point to other modes while in the dark, providing you can memorize the other 4's orientation.
However, the mode you'll find yourself using most is the brightness control, which is the coolest part of this light.Read more ›
- It's bright enough to blind a would be assailant.
- It's sturdy enough to use as a small striking weapon.
- With the reflector unscrewed and removed, it provides a two foot circle of very uniform light at a distance of one foot. In other words, you could read a book or newspaper with it very comfortably.
- It's recessed tailcap switch makes it easy to switch on and off with only one hand.
- It has an interesting "night light" mode which is misnamed, but lets you work in a pitch dark area, lay the light down on the ground, and be able to find it in the dark by the very dim beam it emits. Pick it up, and it's instantly at full brightness, thanks to the built in motion sensor. Kind of quirky, but possibly useful in some situations, and not really a night light in any usual sense of the word.
- It casts a perfect combination beam with a tight spot in the center, and uniform wide flood around that.
- It is not truly focusable from spot to flood, except to the slightest degree. But the spot/flood pattern means that doesn't really matter much.
- It can be set to a very low light level and will burn (they claim) for 250 hours. I think it's true.
- It can be set to any level between full on and lowest dim and will retain that setting as long as you want to.
- It runs on three AAA batteries, obtainable almost anywhere in the world.Read more ›
Another thing, the light has no method of attaching a lanyard, nor does it come with a holster. I know that a holster is being developed for the light, but will it be packaged with it or will it be sold separately? And will it be webbing or nylon with a flap? As it is, it certainly fits in the pocket easily enough. But for those who use lights in their work, a holster is an absolute necessity. These issues will be resolved at some point, but for now, all you get is the light.
Also, very different from all other Maglites, is the battery pack on this light. It is a plastic barrel that holds 3 AAA batteries, 120 degrees from each other. It is also the motion control device for the light if I am not mistaken. Since this unit would very likely be destroyed by battery acid leakage, I have to wonder about the longevity of this unit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like it but it's a bit too much, I prefer the less complicated XL50Published 1 month ago by Captain David
A wonderful and versatile flashlight that I have carried constantly for years and decided to give as a gift to someone special. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Auditor
There's nothing wrong with this light except it has no way to clip or attach to anything, and probably deserves a higher rating, but it just isn't what I was looking for. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tom Moore
I've owned this light for years and the functions continue to work flawlessly. Although there are brighter lights on the market, you won't find any made in the USA with all of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by ZippoVarga
This is a nice little flashlight, that has its good and bad points.
It feels nice and durable. the rubber for the button is of good quality. Read more