Brinkman Longlife LED!//Sino U Starlight?

Wits' End

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I just picked this up at Wal-Mart for less than $15. It seems like a good light. The size and shape are hard to deal with for a 2AA light. I'd like some comment from any who have had one for a while. (ie battery life)
Any comment on Sino Union's Starlight and where to get one in USA?
 

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Check out Craig's site for reviews of both lights.
http://ledmuseum.home.att.net/zone.htm

The Brinkmann Rebel is the next generation of the Long Life and has a much nicer shape to it (in many people's opinion). Search the forums for several topics where it is mentioned. ("Search" link is at top of page)

I have a review of the SinoUnion light as well. I am not aware of any distributor in the US. I received the samples for review from a fellow CPF member.
http://thelightsite.tripod.com/reviews/reviews_index.htm

The bulb is what really makes the SinoUnion lights unique and a similar bulb is available from Technology Associates. It can be placed in any 2 cell light.
http://www.techass.com/el/versalux/pr2/pr2.php

LEDCorp also makes a 2-cell LED bulb. This one is based on the Luxeon Star LED and it needs to be placed in an aluminum light like a Mag because of the heat it generates. http://www.ledcorp.com/
 
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