$6.95 for Tiny Little 125 Lumen AAA Thrunite Flashlights

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  1. NWPrimate

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    Just a heads up on some tiny little flashlights that are perfect for throwing into your kits.

    ThruNite T01 XP-G2 LED Max 125 Lumen

    My wife and son both carry their tiny little Ti3 lights for EDC and they have been great for them. The T01 lights have the same little body, and amazing 125 lumen output, but lack the multiple modes of the $25.00 Ti3s.

    I would highly recommend either choice, but the $6.95 price for the one mode models makes it really easy to stock up on these.

    They're hardly any bigger than the batteries they run on and have stood up to the rigors of being carried, dropped, and abused every day by a ten year old.

    I bought four of these when I got the promotional email and they were delivered within a couple of days. In my experience, the cool white seems to look a bit brighter, but neutral white would be a good fit for a first aid kit as it shows more natural colors.

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    P.S. Just in case you thought I was pushing these a little too hard, I wanted to mention that I have no affiliation with the company other than being a fan of these tiny little lights.
     
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  2. Kevin A.

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    I have the Ti4 (titanium) and its hands down the best EDC light I have ever had.

    $7 for this little light is a no brainer. Holidays are coming up and this is an impressive light anyone would appreciate.
     
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    I'll look into it when I get home. Thanks
     
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    I grabbed a couple to try out. I currently use an Olight one but could use another small carry one so I will give them a try!

    Thx for the post!
     
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    old thread... but i have a Ti3 that i forgot to take out of my pocket.... went through the washer and drier and the thing still works! love this little guy, just wish it was a push button instead of screw for on/off...
     
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    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    I'm not sure this company is around any more.
     
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    I’ve had one of these for a while. I like it. Only thing I’ll say is it eats through batteries like nobody’s business, and when I’m not using it it seems to drain the battery. For what it is and the price it’s awesome, and slipping one into a PSK is too easy!

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    I understand necroing some threads but maybe not in Gear Deals? I got really excited about a $7 thrunite, only to have those hopes dashed against the rocks
     
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