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Smith & Wesson Galaxy 13 LED Flashlight (10 White LED & 3 Red LED)
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- Sturdy flashlight with 25 Lumens for 10 white LED's and 6.5 Lumens for 3 red LED's. Dual Switch Technology Allows Quick and Easy Bulb Color Selection
- Tough anodized aluminum construction with deluxe holster. Includes 3 AAA batteries
- Red LED's let you see in the dark without losing night vision
- Ideal for aviators, truck drivers, police officers and more
- 30-Hour (white) or 80-hour (red) battery life, lifetime warranty
- Sturdy flashlight with 25 Lumens for 10 white LED's and 6.5 Lumens for 3 red LED's
- Tough anodized aluminum construction with deluxe holster
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|Item Weight||0.38 pounds||0.49 pounds||Information not provided||0.15 pounds|
|Length||1.65 inches||1.75 inches||5.51 inches||0 inches|
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WOW, when the manufacture learned about the problems I've been having with the switches on this (otherwise) beautiful flashlight, they told me; the LED lights are warranted for life, as are the switches. They offered to send me a brand new flashlight, no charge, no questions. Now talk about service!!!
When a company is willing to go to such lengths to stand behind their product, then I say it's money well spent. How can you go wrong?
I've also read some reviews that the light isn't very bright. I think this flash light is quite bright, though not as bright as some. This is a lot more comfortable to carry around and hold than most of my other flashlights, because it is more solid feeling and has the tectured grip. The case comes with a place to store an extra set of batteries, which I've not seen on any other flashlight. A nice feature, especially if you want to carry this in a car or emergancy kit.
I GOT MY NEW FLASH LIGHT!!! The switches work perfectly.
I hve been a fan of Mag Lights for years, which cost the same as this one but I had to alter my opinion. After I bought one for myself and tested it I gave one to my wife, have one at work and tell everybody who's looking for a Flashlight about this one.
If Amazon would allow more than five stars to give, I would always give the max!
I have a few flashlights, including Maglite incandescent and LED models of various sizes, Streamlight 68244, 66118 Stylus Pro, and Nano, Gerber 22-80012 Infinity, Nitecore Defender Infinity, Fenix LD20 Q5, TK20, and E01, Petzl Tikka Plus headlamp, as well as a couple of kinetics.
That said, I'm always fishing around for the best overall "bang for the buck" for my purposes. I have five basic areas of need when it comes to flashlights:
1) In the house for power outages, attic crawls, and so on.
2) In the backyard with my telescope.
3) In the computer case adding/replacing/cleaning components.
4) On the trail for hiking/camping.
5) In the car.
Of course, each of these areas has a particular set of requirements. When stargazing, I want a red LED to help me maintain night vision. On the trail I'm more concerned about size/weight and beam throw. In the computer...well, nothing really beats a headlamp for this task.
The Smith & Wesson Galaxy 13 is a nice combo light, in that it brings to the table both a capable batch of ten white LEDs for short distances and three red LEDs for night vision. These two sets are wired to their own switches and tactile response is good. There's no momentary on when the switch is disengaged, but you can temporarily shut the light off while the switch is on. There's also a lock out feature to prevent the light from switching on accidentally. You need only spin the end cap counter-clockwise a bit and both switches are "locked". The casing is metal, with a nice knurled grip and good sizing.Read more ›
The ten white LEDs are bright enough to help you find your way around the campsite at night time. They won't light up the whole campsite, but the beam is bright enough and just wide enough so you don't trip over something in the dark.
The three red LEDs are significantly dimmer and much less blinding so they work great when you need to look for something in the tent at night. They're definitely bright enough to illuminate everything in front of you in a tent, but they won't blind everyone. I used red LED setting to look around my corner of the tent to find my water bottle or my glasses and it worked perfectly.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Flashlight is a little larger than I expected. Carrying case seems a little smaller than it should be. LED lights are adequate for any normal job. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this light to use for tactical situation and night shooting. Was not aware that it didn't have the nipple on/off button at the end of the flashlight. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Orlando
I purchased this flashlight to go along with a new set of duty gear. I wasn't expecting a whole lot from this flashlight, based on price, but expected a little bit more from it due... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Glenn Bryson
This is by far the sturdiest flashlight I have ever owned. I have dropped it, thrown it, run over it in a car (accidentally), among many other things that would simply destroy most... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Benjamin Trimble
A little bulkier than I would have liked. But the red and white led lights work great, and just what you need in the cockpit, when using this during flight.Published 2 months ago by Tejash Patel
Had this for several years in my airplane as a backup. Hardly ever used it but when tried to replace the batteries that finally lost their charge, the battery holder just fell... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Defcon