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    Default GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    A lot of people like the convenience of a AA flashlight, and who can blame them? If your light runs out of juice and recharging isnít an option, or if your battery fails, you can swing by pretty much and store and pick up a replacement set. This means you never really have to worry about being without your light for long. Having that convenience and 1427 lumens? Well, thatís just awesome.! EagTac (formerly EagleTac) just sent us our first shipment of their SX30A4 flashlights, and we are pretty impressed. The size is great for a light you keep in you car or home, and itís still small enough to fit comfortably in every hand. The SX30A4 is available in two configurations, the aforementioned 1427 lumen version with a CREE XHP35 LED, and a high CRI version with 740 lumens from a Nichia 219C LED. Either light can be powered by 4 Ni-MH (probably your best bet), Lithium Iron (not Li-ion), or even Alkaline AA batteries, and retails at $110.

    EagTac SX30A4 CREE XHP35 HI E2 1427 Lumen Flashlight

    EagTac SX30A4 High CRI Nichia 219C 740 Lumen Flashlight




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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    Just a heads up, you guys have the XHP35 output/runtime specs on the Nichia 219C.

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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    Nichia version says 0 on hand on the website, do you have stock?

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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by eraursls1984 View Post
    Just a heads up, you guys have the XHP35 output/runtime specs on the Nichia 219C.

    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Jomohr84 View Post
    Nichia version says 0 on hand on the website, do you have stock?
    Nope, we sold through the few that we got in on the first shipment. We'll get more in soon.

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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    I like the easy to press raised switch on this one. Many of the Eagletac lights have a nearly flush switch; I won't buy those after trying one.
    GOOD TINT!

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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by markr6 View Post
    I like the easy to press raised switch on this one. Many of the Eagletac lights have a nearly flush switch; I won't buy those after trying one.
    They've gone away from that on recent models.

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    Default Re: GoingGear.com - EagTac SX30A4: 1427 lumens from a AA flashlight

    As of 1240 Eastern today I called the shop and they are just having internet difficulties. Didn't want anyone to start panicking so thought I would post that here in case they don't have access to this thread.

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