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    Default Olight T15: Great AA light?

    I'm thinking about buying the Olight T15 (the new 2008 version), because I need a AA light.

    Convince me I need this light or convince me against it and provide a counter-example (another light).

    Provide any positive or negative experiences you've had with the T15 (or with other AA lights).

    Pictures/beamshots are welcome.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by shomie911; 08-24-2008 at 04:27 PM.

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    Default Re: Olight T15: Great AA light?

    I use a t10 with a t15 battery tube. It's my main edc light.Bright enough,cheap batteries,long runtime in low mode which is bright enough for most uses. Inexpensive too!

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    Default Re: Olight T15: Great AA light?

    Quote Originally Posted by metlarules View Post
    I use a t10 with a t15 battery tube. It's my main edc light.Bright enough,cheap batteries,long runtime in low mode which is bright enough for most uses. Inexpensive too!
    How's the throw? I've heard it has a pretty tight beam for a small AA light.

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    Default Re: Olight T15: Great AA light?

    You should check out the NiteCore D10 (single AA light) there is a review of it here http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/...d.php?t=202436. Of all the stuff I have read it seems great, I have an order in for one now.
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    Default Re: Olight T15: Great AA light?

    Quote Originally Posted by shomie911 View Post
    How's the throw? I've heard it has a pretty tight beam for a small AA light.
    The throw is awsome for such a small light. It doesn't have alot of flood
    but enough for what you would generally use a pocket light for.

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    Default Re: Olight T15: Great AA light?

    Quote Originally Posted by metlarules View Post
    The throw is awsome for such a small light. It doesn't have alot of flood
    but enough for what you would generally use a pocket light for.
    That's exactly what I wanted, a pocket AA thrower. I'm planning on using it primarily outdoors for distance illumination that my Streamlight Microstream and Arc P can't handle and use them for the floody, close up stuff.

    Would it be possible for you to take a beamshot at about 20-50 feet, in either a backyard or a long hallway, maybe including another light for reference?

    I would appreciate it.
    Last edited by shomie911; 08-24-2008 at 08:06 PM.

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