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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakon View Post
    Was out hunting with a friend last week, got dark so I turned on my crappy Eveready headlamp which barely lit up my feet, he turned on his and for a minute there I thought he brought his dirt bike with him, boy that thing is bright!

    He has the BORUIT 3000 and bought if from Aliexpress for $20 shipped, I checked ebay, same price. Another hunting buddy of his had one and my friend just HAD to order one himself. I in turn just ordered one for myself and a couple more for family and friend. I honestly think that word of mouth is the only way these things get sold. My friend says that he now knows 4 guys that own them, everyone is happy with their purchase.
    Yup, all the same experiences with myself and all hunting friends
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    I use the Streamlight ProTac HL3 for work, and in the field. It takes CR123A batteries which it eats up rather quickly. This can get expensive after a while, so I bought rechargeables for it. Best flashlight I've owned. Dressed a few deer by its light, and found that the 110 Lumens turns night into day, making the task a lot easier!

    https://www.streamlight.com/en/produ...ex/protac-hl-3

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    I have a couple of Nitecore MH20`s...compact to fit in your hunting pack and great for around the house as well...got them off Amazon!

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    fenix or streamlight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brampton Mike View Post
    I have a couple of Nitecore MH20`s...compact to fit in your hunting pack and great for around the house as well...got them off Amazon!
    I too have a 1000 lumen nitecore about $100.00 I use it daily and its extremely bright. I also have a Klarus 2000 lumen (about $150.00) it's too bright to use a work so it on my hunting pack. Both great lights and very durable thus far.
    "I may not have gone where I was supposed to go, but I ended up where I was supposed to be"

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    This is hard to beat. order from eBay, from China, right to your door. I have gotten them for as low as $2.50 US. free shipping. Yowza!
    When I got my first one I was blown away. brightest little compact flashlight I ever seen. Fantastic for tracking a blood trail at night.
    Uses 18650 rechargeable batteries.
    So cheap I don't even fret if I lose it. I ordered 6 more after the initial purchase. I bet I've ordered over 60 so far. 6 at a time! I have one everywhere. Hunting accessory, tackle box, car, truck, junk drawer. My kids have a few also. I was selling these for $5 at Tims to all the other old farts. I threw in free batteries too. Some wanted it for walking their dogs after night. They got their own chargers!

    All my 18650 batteries were free! Salvaged from laptop batteries. I did need to buy a good charger - a nitecore.

    I have since almost totally cut the umbilical cord from the battery manufacturers.
    All my game cameras (10+) run on free 18650's now. 8 to 12 AA batteries (depends on game camera) are now replaced by three 18650 for 12v requirements or by 2 for 6v. I use 30 sec video so AA batteries were taking a beating!
    My bear call lure sprayers - all on 18650. I also have 3 (under $10) headlamps.

    Now I walk through Costco and go right past the battery displays. Unreal how many batteries I used to buy!

    Bear hunting I had 16 AA batteries at each bait site. (Camera 12 sprayer 4). most sites I run 2 cameras! so 28 AA total! Running videos I was lucky to get 2 weeks. 6 weeks baiting and 84 batteries.
    We have 6 bait sites total 500 AA batteries.

    The money I save covers gas for 2 baiting trips. WOW!

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Skywolfeye-...LH_TitleDesc=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by SK33T3R View Post
    This is hard to beat. order from eBay, from China, right to your door. I have gotten them for as low as $2.50 US. free shipping. Yowza!
    When I got my first one I was blown away. brightest little compact flashlight I ever seen. Fantastic for tracking a blood trail at night.
    Uses 18650 rechargeable batteries.
    So cheap I don't even fret if I lose it. I ordered 6 more after the initial purchase. I bet I've ordered over 60 so far. 6 at a time! I have one everywhere. Hunting accessory, tackle box, car, truck, junk drawer. My kids have a few also. I was selling these for $5 at Tims to all the other old farts. I threw in free batteries too. Some wanted it for walking their dogs after night. They got their own chargers!

    All my 18650 batteries were free! Salvaged from laptop batteries. I did need to buy a good charger - a nitecore.

    I have since almost totally cut the umbilical cord from the battery manufacturers.
    All my game cameras (10+) run on free 18650's now. 8 to 12 AA batteries (depends on game camera) are now replaced by three 18650 for 12v requirements or by 2 for 6v. I use 30 sec video so AA batteries were taking a beating!
    My bear call lure sprayers - all on 18650. I also have 3 (under $10) headlamps.

    Now I walk through Costco and go right past the battery displays. Unreal how many batteries I used to buy!

    Bear hunting I had 16 AA batteries at each bait site. (Camera 12 sprayer 4). most sites I run 2 cameras! so 28 AA total! Running videos I was lucky to get 2 weeks. 6 weeks baiting and 84 batteries.
    We have 6 bait sites total 500 AA batteries.

    The money I save covers gas for 2 baiting trips. WOW!

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Skywolfeye-...LH_TitleDesc=0
    So those flashlights use 18650 batteries or AA batteries ?
    Don't really know much about the 18650's but I thought they were actually a different size than a AA ??

    I'm always looking for a reasonably decent flashlight but my issue is I lose about 3 of them a year so those knock-off cheapies seem right down my alley.

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    Are you using the external battery port on your trail cams, or do you shoehorn the 18650's inside them?

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    Did you tried lithium Batteries... I use in Mag light AA batteries no recharge use same for GPS
    I hope you not going Night ..... hunting ......



    Quote Originally Posted by Oddmott View Post
    Looking for a high lumen (500+), multi mode, rechargeable LED flashlight.

    Anyone found a really good one? I tried a couple cheapies (Mastercraft and Rayovac) for $40-$60 and wasn't impressed. They're not bright enough and the batteries, though claiming to be good for 500+ and 750+ charges, performance start to noticeably suffer after just a dozen charges.

    I'm looking for something stellar, and willing to pay the $$$ for it.

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    I happened to order those flashlights that SK33T3R mentioned.
    True,, very cheap and free delivery but they take C123 batteries, which are friggin expensive and hard to find a reliable chargeable in that size.

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