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A sub- $100 price, which is the first time I've seen it for this bright, Star Trek-esque light.

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All time low price - Built to deliver an exceptionally bright beam of 760 lumens, the TK45 features a three-LED design to cast a wide swath of light. Powered by eight, easy to find, standard AA batteries, the TK45 offers four running modes that stretch the operational times from two to 232 hours. With four steady light beams ranging from 760 lumens on turbo mode to eight lumens on low mode, the TK45 has the power you need for just about any situation. Meanwhile, flashing mode provides strobe lighting, SOS signals, and a warning flash. Designed for ease of use, the TK45 has a sidewinder dual switch system and an intelligent memory function that allows the light to recall its last mode. Constructed with durable aircraft-grade aluminum that is coated with a premium type III hard-anodized, anti-abrasive finish and waterproof to IPX-8 standard, the TK45 can stand up to virtually any conditions. Thanks to digitally regulated circuitry as well as toughened ultra-clear glass lenses with an anti-reflective coatings, the TK45 provides a consistent and steady light. The TK45 comes with a lanyard and carries a limited lifetime repair warranty from Fenix.

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Don't buy this poo. The single LED units are much better. This has only one real advantage and that's if you want a low level of light, it can run one LED at a lower output more efficient than others can run their single bigger LED (the 8 lumen 232 hour low mode).

For anything else, this thing is a loser compared to a comparable more conventional LED light.

HappyScrappyHeroPup said:   Don't buy this poo. The single LED units are much better. This has only one real advantage and that's if you want a low level of light, it can run one LED at a lower output more efficient than others can run their single bigger LED (the 8 lumen 232 hour low mode).

For anything else, this thing is a loser compared to a comparable more conventional LED light.


Thanks for the tip. Any recommendations on something at a similar pricepoint and output that uses AA batteries?

agentjfong said:   HappyScrappyHeroPup said:   Don't buy this poo. The single LED units are much better. This has only one real advantage and that's if you want a low level of light, it can run one LED at a lower output more efficient than others can run their single bigger LED (the 8 lumen 232 hour low mode).

For anything else, this thing is a loser compared to a comparable more conventional LED light.


Thanks for the tip. Any recommendations on something at a similar pricepoint and output that uses AA batteries?


Fenix TK41. Preferably TK41 U2. Similar in size, single LED, AAs.

That's if you want to stick with Fenix. I'm not really expert with non-Fenix models, so if someone wants to say there is a better choice than a TK41 have at it.



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