Need a 2AA Light With Flat Tailcap

Tommygun45

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Hello everyone, its been a while. I used to be on here every day when I lived in the middle of no where in Maine. I spent most of my disposable income on flashlights. Those were the days. Anyways...I need a light.

I used to have a Quark 2AA light, but it stopped working. I replaced it with an EagleTac D25A2 but I was drunk and it fell out of my coat into a campfire. Luckily I spotted it or it might have been a pipe bomb. Anywyas I need another one of those or something like it but I can't find these in stock anywhere. I basically need a 40-80 dollar 2AA flashlight that I can stand on a table, (so needs flat tailcap) and it can run on moonlight mode over night for a week while we go camping on 2 AA Eneloops. Any recommendations?
 

Burgess

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Prometheus Lights (aka Dark Sucks)
has taken over the 47's line now.


Check out the NEW Quark 2xAA flashlight !


It even comes with a "tail ring"
so that it'll tailstand perfectly !
 

troutpool

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The Malkoff MDC 2AA is another good choice. It is out of stock right now at Malkoff but will be available again. Might try a Want-to-Buy for one in the meantime. It has the Low Low you are looking for.
 

Buck91

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I'd second the malkoff mdc 2AA. I'd also, cautiously second the quark qk2a mkii that's available though I found mine to have some minor issues that CS wasn't very helpful with. Heard a rumor that they will be upgrading from the 80cri 319a soon but dolly don't know that to be factual.

Malkoff is rock solid. If you want a more diverse UI look at the quark.

Actually fenix has a newer 2AA now as well. If you like a simple LMH UI it's pretty nice and very compact. Did not love the tint on mine though.
 

Jason_Tx

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How about the Steamlight Protac 2AA?
Similar output to the Malkoff for $50 but currently on sell (amazon) for $31
 
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