right angled flashlights?

Flashlightmaster2021

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Can anyone name me any right angled flashlight just to see what is on the market.

I just got the wurkkos hd15 from a AD promoted here on candlepowerforums.com.

Any one else have a few right angle flashlights and what is the make and model?
 

vicv

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No problem.
 

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I have one of those 2-D cell military bent necks (is that a Fulton?). Used to carry it in my flight bag back when the FAA and most airlines specifically specified a 2-D cell flashlight. I originally bought it because it would not roll away in turbulence and it had the ability to be used hands free. The extra bulb and red filter were bonuses although I never used the filter. I must have used that thing for 10 years before LED flashlights began to change the market. I eventually replaced the bulb with an “Everled”. I stopped carrying it when the company changed the operations manual to allow the use of smaller flashlights.

I still have it and it still works with that Everled in it.
 

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I have one of those 2-D cell military bent necks (is that a Fulton?). Used to carry it in my flight bag back when the FAA and most airlines specifically specified a 2-D cell flashlight. I originally bought it because it would not roll away in turbulence and it had the ability to be used hands free. The extra bulb and red filter were bonuses although I never used the filter. I must have used that thing for 10 years before LED flashlights began to change the market. I eventually replaced the bulb with an “Everled”. I stopped carrying it when the company changed the operations manual to allow the use of smaller flashlights.

I still have it and it still works with that Everled in it.
awesome thanks
 

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They have been discontinued, but I have both the 1xAA Fenix MC10 anglelight, and MC11 anglelight.

I have no experience with the current Fenix WT20R or WT25R, but the heads swivel.

Streamlight makes the Sidewinder Boot, and Sidewinder Rescue, both of which have heads which swivel.
 

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Rofis made several pocketable swivel lights that worked best as angled lights, TR10, R1, R2....

They're now out of production but you mIght find some NOS floating around.
 

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I love my Armytek Elf. Simple, tough, and comfortable to wear.
 

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The Streamlight Protac 90 (on the left in the photo) is my favorite. It can be powered by a single CR123, AA, or perhaps a different battery.

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This old Streamilght incan rotates to become a right angle or a straight tube.

I believe it's from the 1980's judging by the logo, but Streamlight was like "Wuh? We don't remember that one"……it may be called "the knucklehead" but I don't really know.

It uses a PR bulb so although it doesn't throw like a minimag it sure lights up a room better.

Oh yeah, the tailcap is a twisty clicker. Rotate it until it clicks for on, rotate until it clicks again for off.

For something more current check out US built First Light products. They're pretty awesome.
 

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haven't seen the ArmyTek Wizard Nichia mentioned, it's pretty great and very robust
( also +1 for the Streamlight ProTac 90, great little light, with a nitecore one inch diffuser it's a great bodylight )
 
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