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LED Flashlight: Thorfire TG06S / 500 Lumen / 1xAA or 14500 - $9.90 on Amazon (after coupon)

This appears to be the cheapest price this flashlight has ever been. I have one of these and they are excellent AA flashlights. Even when just using an AA Eneloop, these totally blow away any of those ultra-cheap $5 AA lights that you can get shipped from China. Color temperature is perfect (it is not overly blue/purple) and it's plenty bright. Great for keeping on your person/laptop case/bookbag/purse/in your car. Much more portable / pocket-able than an 18650 light and anyone can use an AA battery.

https://www.amazon.com/ThorFire-F...flashlight

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Umm, they're definitely not a bad brand. I own around 5-10 different Thorfire lights (yes, I'm a flashaholic), and they're all solid for the price. It's a far cry from any of the other, cheap Chinese lights out there. As for the price, I don't recall these ever being less than about $9, so this is a good deal.
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If it was, it'd be the right size for you.
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IMO having multiple light modes (to adjust to what you need and stretch battery life) is a key thing to look for in flashlights.


http://www.thorfiredirect.com/Tho...p-159.html

Review with a picture of the runtime specs:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/53955
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IMO having multiple light modes (to adjust to what you need and stretch battery life) is a key thing to look for in flashlights.

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1. More Modes: When use premium 14500 battery, the brightness can be High(500LM) -Middle(200LM) -Low(50LM)-Moonlight (1LM ), and Strobe(500LM); When powered by AA battery, the mini light gives out High(150LM) -Middle(80LM) -Low(20LM)-Moonlight (0.5LM ), and Strobe(150LM)

2. Easier Operation. Fully press the turn on/off, tap to change modes, double tap to activate Strobe mode for emergency.
http://www.thorfiredirect.com/Tho...p-159.html

Review with a picture of the runtime specs:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/53955
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These are sold way cheaper. Bad brand
Umm, they're definitely not a bad brand. I own around 5-10 different Thorfire lights (yes, I'm a flashaholic), and they're all solid for the price. It's a far cry from any of the other, cheap Chinese lights out there. As for the price, I don't recall these ever being less than about $9, so this is a good deal.
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These are sold way cheaper. Bad brand
How so? Considering the OP has one and vouches for it, what makes you think differently?
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These are sold way cheaper. Bad brand
I have two Thorfires, an Olight, and an Imalent. The Thorfires are very excellent for the price.

I've also bought cheap $3 flashlights off eBay and the Thorfires are far better than those.
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Price is now showing at $16.50
Redeem the coupon code.
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Price is now showing at $16.50
Ugh... did you see the coupon?
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https://www.amazon.com/ThorFire-F...06XQ4TY45/

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FEATURES:
  • The light use CREE XPG2 Led and gives out max 500 lumens when powered by 14500 button top battery (Not Included)
  • TG06S is lightweight and small enough for EDC. length 3.7 inch, weight 1.3 oz (excluding battery). A perfect backup for pocket or handbag, backpack, car
  • With a removable and reversible clip, the TG06S light could also be used as cap light for your convenience
  • Compatible with a single, common, AA battery, or one button top 14500 rechargeable battery (Not Included), and gives hours of use.
  • ThorFire backs it's products with an 18 month warranty. If you encounter any question or issue contact us and we will be happy to serve you. The ThorFire goal is 100% customer satisfaction.
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Umm, they're definitely not a bad brand. I own around 5-10 different Thorfire lights (yes, I'm a flashaholic), and they're all solid for the price. It's a far cry from any of the other, cheap Chinese lights out there. As for the price, I don't recall these ever being less than about $9, so this is a good deal.
You never have enough flashlights. Heck, I have two in my vehicle, one in the middle armrest console and one in the back with spare parts. nod
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Tempted but two major annoyances: no memory and mode steps down from high after 3 minutes. I'll stick with my u torch UT01 which is way better and can be $10 with coupon codes.
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