|Product Dimensions||16.76 x 2.54 x 2.54 cm; 119.07 Grams|
|Item Model Number||SP2P01H|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Included Components||Mini Maglite LED PRO, 2 AA|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
|Average Battery Life||2.5 Hours|
|Item Weight||119 g|
Maglite Mini PRO LED 2-Cell AA Flashlight with Holster Black
|Price:||+ $8.67 Delivery|
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- 2.5-Hour Run Time
- 2AA flashlight
- 140M beam distance
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New Ultra Bright - The new Mini Maglite PRO houses a latest-generation LED-a light engine that yields a level of performance that, back in the day, just wasn't possible in a flashlight this size.
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|Maglite Solitaire LED||Mini-Maglite AAA LED||Mini-Maglite AA LED||Mini-Maglite AA LED Pro|
|Beam Distance||57 M||104 M||145 M||163 M|
|Light Output||40 lumens||111 lumens||97 lumens||272 lumens|
|Peak Beam Intensity||816 cd||2712 cd||5352 cd||6613 cd|
|Run Time (high/low)||2 hours||2 hours 45 minutes||1 hours high, 32 hours low||2 hours 30 minutes|
|Drop Resistant||2 M||2 M||1 M||1 M|
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I wouldn't have minded if it was discounted, but it wasn't. Poor form Amazon!
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Update: In less than a week, the switch is faulty. The switch is a spring-loaded mount in which the LED resides. The turning of the head raises the reflector off this mount, at which point the light illuminates, however, with mine, the spring-loaded thing is sticking. The light comes on most of the time, but not always. It's an intermittent fault. I suspect a design flaw or cheap manufacturing. Sadly, Maglite has suffered from this sort of switch problem in all the time I've owned them over the last 20 years or so. I'm debating on whether to return it or not. If the light doesn't come on, you can hit the head a tap and it comes on, but this is not satisfactory. You wouldn't want to rely on this torch in serious situations.
Its nice Maglight have caught up with better LED technology.
It's full Maglight quality and durability.
Its nice and bright and as Maglight, its as bright as it claims.
Doesn't claim to be millions of lumens as others on here, but they don't deliver on that.
It takes standard batteries. Personal preference on this, bigger fancier batteries can drive more power from other torches. But then they need to be charged.
I travel with this, so the ability to easily get new batteries is important.
Power to weight is good.
Go to The Torchsite co uk and get a glass breaking end cap for it.
Rounds off the versatility of it, if one ever needs to break a window, especially a double glazed on, it can do it when just banging on it with a normal torch is not likely to break it.
Finally, like with the old bulb models, the end screws off and it can stand up and illuminate a room like a candle, where as I don't think any? of the others do this as they only throw light forward.
So far with this I've not had a single issue, after buying the big ML300 I bought this little pocket one for ease of carry, its fantastic. Great range up to 50M then drops off, battery life is fantastic. Although the spin top to dull is laborious at times, sometimes its too bright. Overall incredibly good buy and worth it.
Bit longer then the “old” xenon one .
Good even light.
Minus a star as there were no batteries in the pack.This was mentioned in the “conditions” paragraph but I had to check it twice after I received it before I noticed .
It could have been more prominent.
Having said that , at the price I paid , I’d still have bought it.