|Product Dimensions||8 x 1.3 x 1.3 cm; 11.34 Grams|
|Item Model Number||SJ3A096|
|Batteries||1 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Description Pile||1 AAA Battery Required (Included)|
|Item Weight||11.3 g|
Maglite Solitaire LED 1-Cell AAA Flashlight Gray
|Price:||+ $8.49 Delivery|
- Superior quality craftsmanship with weather-resistant seals and anodized inside and out for improved corrosion resistance
- Adjustable and powerful light beam that makes a useful gift and fits perfectly into pockets, purses, attache cases, etc.
- Compact design includes a premium alkaline battery with keychain lanyard and a spare lamp safely inside the tailcap
- A premium drop resistant and water resistant flashlight renowned for its quality, durability and reliability
- Advanced lighting instrument made in America and built tough enough to last a lifetime making it suitable for camping, climbing, fishing, hunting, etc.
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'Mini Flashlight, Flashlight Grade Industrial, Lamp Type LED, Flashlight Battery Size AAA, Rechargeable No, Flashlight Battery Type Alkaline, Number of Batteries 1, Batteries Included Yes, Battery Burn Time 1.5 hr., Length 3.18 In., Body Dia. 0.50 In., 37 Lumens, Lumens Range 0 to 49, Run Time on High Setting 1.5 hr., Maximum Lumens Output 37, Body Color Gray, Body Material Aluminum, Switch Type Twist, Lens Material Polycarbonate, Beam Distance 61m, Light Output Modes High'
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Maglite Solitaire LED 1-Cell AAA Flashlight Black
Every flashlight made by Mag Instrument, Inc., represents one man’s abiding commitment to product quality, and to the cause of keeping flashlight-industry manufacturing jobs in America.
A champion of free enterprise and U.S.-based manufacturing, Anthony Maglica is the president of Mag Instrument, Inc. and the creator of the MAGLITE flashlight, now an icon of classic American design.
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Here's lots of reasons why:
* reasonable price, not overkill like the flashlights with flashing pattern modes etc
* very good battery life - I've had mine for many months now and not needed to replace the single AAA battery. I do use it almost every other day for a few minutes while fumbling in the dark, lighting up a path, walking from the garage, etc
* very usable brightness - make sure you purchase the 'Solitaire LED' and not the older 'Solitaire'
* a good neutral white colour output, not like some flashlights which have a blue tinge on the edges
* very slim yet allows for low-cost batteries - unlike some flashlights which use expensive 12V cells, this one can take a AAA battery. However, I don't trust Duracells because they tend to leak. I ditched the Duracell and replaced it with an AAA Energizer Lithium battery (here is a pack of 8: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00BQY36SM/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) which will last twice as long as the Duracell anyway. I feel Duracell is more about marketing than innovation these days.
* Nice all-round design. You can hold and twist it on/off with one hand, and focus it by twisting too. Also it comes with a reasonable length (about 8cm) of woven lanyard type thing for attaching to a key ring or jeans.
I like this flashlight so much that I've purchased several as gifts for friends who are always fumbling around in the dark. It is lightweight enough to always carry it on keys or in a handbag. And perfect for life UK when it gets dark early.
Over time the raw colour of the aluminium can become visible in places since it is in close proximity to metal keys in a pocket, but this is to be expected. It doesn't really detract from the product.
Regarding colours, the grey one is a really nice colour, but it costs more sometimes. The black is just classic, and I use that one. I have purchased the red and blue ones too as gifts, and the red is actually a very deep reddish/pink colour, and the blue is a very nice shade, not quite electric blue but close. However my favourites are grey and black.
I bought the led lenser P3 and the thrunite Ti3 along with this and from personal prefrence i would rate the P3 best, it has a better field of view and can be adjusted the quickest. Dullest of the three at 16 lumens.
The Thrunite Ti3 is the brightest of all three with diffent levels of light given in the various modes up to 85 lumens. Samllest of the three.
All 3 are well designed its just down to preference of what you need and like.