Maratac tll strobe "neck lamp"

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  1. zero40484

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    I have had one of these for about 3 months I think
    http://countycomm.com/strobetll.html

    And I must say it's one of my all time favorite lights, I use mine by way on peracord necklace.
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    Really simple twist on twist off operation and being powered by a D battery mean it is ready when I am, I usually run the 2nd light mode because the first is too bright for close up work

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    It's slightly bigger than the d battery inside it, and it's about 1.5x the length of the battery.
    Thanks for looking , I truly love this light as a pack light
     
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    looks good- is that a Delrin (opague hard white type of plastic) light diffuser over the LED emitter? Also- I imagine you get many many hours of runtime out of a D battery- have you ever used a D- cell battery sleeve that holds a AA battery in it- less run time- but less weight too- I like the enloope brand
     
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    Im not sure what the light defused is.
    The d battery runs forever, I have yet to change it out according to the website it will run for 500 hrs on the 40lumin setting and 100 hrs on the 150 lumin setting
     
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    Ohh thats cool.
     
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    I have a couple two or three Maratac single AAA flashlights and have found them to be terrific little lights. In fact I think they might be a tad better than my similar-sized Fenix. They have even withstood prolonged "testing" by my grandkids, a torture proven to destroy lesser flashlights! Looks like you've got a good light there.

    GrampaMike
     

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