Picked up a new EDC light

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  1. wisconsinwalter

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    Eagletac d25c clicky This is a great little light for the price! $35.00 at Lightjunction.com. I love the pocket clip and the 7 modes. Uses 1 -123 battery. About the size of a roll of dimes


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    Plenty of reviews at CPF
     
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    Nice light!

    Can we get some beam shots?
     
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    Soon!
     
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    Nice choice. I EDC a Fenix E-01. They run forever with an eneloop and fit the spot in my knife pouch where a Mag Solitaire (which suck) goes.
     
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    sweet little light...how well does it work?
     
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    Sweet will have to check that out. Any specs on lumens etc. have the fenix e-01 another great pocket light. I have carried mine for over a year and still the same aaa battery and I use it allot. Have about trn fenix lights
     
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    I believe it put 150 out the front. I will look up specs tomorrow
     
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    It has 7 modes and 3 sets of memory, and barely 3". Great pocket light
     
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    It is 277 lumens out the front. 397 OA

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    Nice looking light. I just bought an Olight i1 which runs on a single CR-123 battery. My criteria was something that gave me enough light for walking all night long on no more than 2 batteries. I think the Eagletac is brighter on high beam but my little Olight is enough for my needs. I use the i1 for my daypack to augment my Black Diamond headlight.

    I used to take an E01 Fenix with me as my EDC but have switched to an Olight i3 because I like the attached clip and the light output is 7times what the E01 was. Both are great little lights for the money.

    I love what is happening with light technology, they keep getting better and less expensive.
     
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    My EO1 is my current EDC light as well and I love it.
    Just thought I would mention that the white cap from a regular chap stick tube is a perfect fit for a difuser for this light. Snaps on nice and tight and either hung upside down in my tent or tail standing on a table makes a pretty decent area light.
    Just FYI
    TDP
     

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