Those may be 'OK' for you, and I'm glad they are because that's what counts, but none are my 'cup of tea'; however if I had my choice of your 1xAA lights - for me it would be your Tom Thumb - hands downView attachment 42530
Three little numbers I use at times
- The Rofis R2 can use a special high output battery for mega output or a regular Rayovac for ordinary AA output. Can be a straight or right angle flashlight with a strong magnet on the tail. It has a side switch and uses a magnetic charge point. Can be reprogrammed or press the button a while for lock out. Comes with the special battery.
-The Manker T01 throws like a big ole Maglite via regular Rayovac or a special high output battery. This one has an unconventional on/off with a regular on, quick clicks from a side switch to change output and long press for off. Can be programmed via clicks and wiggle your toes just right. Did I mention the mega-throw aspect? Comes with the special battery.
- The Elzetta G-Line AA is a conventional output light made by JetBeam with some Elzetta upgrades. Nothing fancy, twisty head with memory. To avoid twists to change settings just tug on the head some, find your setting and twist for on. Comes with a micro usb aa battery and wrist strap.
No doubt the Tom Thumb lights were the bees-knees back in the day.Those may be 'OK' for you, and I'm glad they are because that's what counts, but none are my 'cup of tea'; however if I had my choice of your 1xAA lights - for me it would be your Tom Thumb - hands down
Of course it hit the market about when I did, so I can 'relate' to it!
I love my Lumintop AAA titanium, one of my all time favourite flashlights and probably my most used as well.
The HP1 was a jewel. And it was about $10 when I bought mine.
Too late, Jesus already has that. But she stole my heart though - which is fine because I have hers. Soppy but true. Seriously though, I don’t think I’m getting the Pineapple Mini back!Consider yourself lucky, because you dodged a bullet. She was trying to steal your soul!