A light for every room in the house

ledbetter

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Most of us have enough lights to not only fill a display shelf but to have one or more in every room in the house. Just in case and for convenience.

I'll start in the kitchen.I don't know how I got by without one for so long but maybe my eyes were better. Surefire 6p with Malkoff M61LLLL warm xpg2 and Malkoff tailcap(wife doesn't appreciate original surefire plunger tail caps like I do). Perfect amount of light to check if food is done, what's in the back of the pantry, where the h*** is that spatula? Also great for late snacks and tail stands like a champ.
Next post maybe a crappy light 😉
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3_gun

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I live alone so I don't need a light in every room as I always have at least one with me. That said I do have a light in the bedroom(s), basement, by the frt/bk doors & bathroom. Many are MagLites that aren't first line lights now but still work fine. Mostly for guests to use in case the lights go out
 

PlutoniumNyborg

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First post here. This weekend I was looking through the house and checking drawers here and there and my wife asked what are you looking for, I told her I was looking for my Flashlight, she said are you kidding me, and that she finds a flashlight in every drawer in the house! I told her it was a specific SureFire L1 Digital Lumamax that I had misplaced, she said whatever, A flashlight is just a flashlight! She just doesn't understand!
 

Monocrom

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Somehow in the course of two decades, my one-bedroom apartment went from being a bit roomy to practically the size of a mansion compared to the types of living units being built nowadays. (Not to mention the Tiny House movement.)

Still, never had a need for a light in every room.

Living room has a 9-LED Cluster, 3xAAA, No-Name, green-bodied light I bought from Wal-Mart a few years back. Landline (yes, I have one of those) is on a small table with a Dorcy fish-eye optic, single-AAA LED light next to it. Above my desk, I recently swapped out the flashlight for a newer model LED light. Husky 4xAA w/ tailcap switch. Battery-carrier inside, and the switch is on the mushy side. Other than that, no complaints. Rubberized tailcap section and head. So, should still work if dropped.
 

Sabrewulf

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I carry the good ones and have cheap ones throughout the house and garage, and my jeep.
 
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