Need recommendations, small light with lots of throw and a clicky.

KAM

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Looking for a small lightweight light with lots of throw. Needs to have a clicky switch.

Something like a Surefire E1L with 200+ lumens would be perfect.

Also needs to be fairly inexpensive, would prefer not to spend more than $50.
 

Gunner12

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What kind of batteries and how long of a runtime?

A Li-ion battery powered light should be provide the best output for the size.

Check out Shiningbeam's stuff, anything with a big head or a lens should have good throw.
 
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KAM

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Li-ion battery is preferred, runtime should be at least an hour on high.

Main priority is really the size and weight, so the smaller the better.
 

enomosiki

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Flashlight Connection used to sell the Javelin "Shorty", but they are out of stock.

I cobbled one by myself and, boy, does it throw. At full power, it throws as much as a Scorpion V2.
 

rdrfronty

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You might need to narrow down how small and how much throw. But one option is the Jetbeam BC10. It's 90mm x 23mm. Has a tail clicky. XPG putting out 270 otf and 133m of throw on CR123. Those increase to over 400otf and about 175m throw on IMR's. Nice little light for about $35.
 

2334stuart

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Fenix TK15 r2, I would look no further, extremely reliable.perfect little flashlight. fenix s best yet for a single 18650.I also have the Tk11 and the more powerful Tk 21,which is too poweful for a single 18650 and soon drops down a level from its turbo mode. I use my flashlight all day and every day constantly switching it on and off and it has nt fallen apart unlike my abyssmal Surefire U2 did
 

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