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Your EDC light
06-23-2011, 02:01 AM
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What is your EDC light? I carry a Hugsby P31. I have the high voltage one that can take a 14500. I love that light. The finish is a true hard anodisation and not paint like many others. Very small, waterproof and has a great clip.
They are getting special edition lights made by Tank over at budget light forum. I would consider switching my EDC for one of those but it looks like they won't have clips. I have to have a clip for EDC.

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06-23-2011, 05:10 AM
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My trusty ol' EDC light is tiny Fenix LD01R2, black aluminum version. Bought it locally (it was expensive, roughly six times the price of Mag SoIitaire).

I love it since it's my first high-performance flashlight. Also it's very stylish and shockingly bright. Had to buy E01 to my wife afterwardsBlush

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Tam

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06-23-2011, 10:03 AM
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I always carry an ITP A3 EOS Upgrade Edition in my keychain. It came with kind of yellowish light and with the time I have learnt to love its color pattern.
I also bought a Zebralight H51, the cool version, I love it but I am afraid to break it. I carry it just sometimes because I want to find a good holster to protect it first. To my eyes, the best AA light so far! Big Grin

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07-23-2011, 04:39 PM
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My dogwalking EDC light is a modded (new CREE Q5 emitter + new circuit board with modes) Ultrafire WF-606A with GITD tail cap.

Langcjl: The HUGSBY P31 looks cool! I'll check them out!

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12-01-2011, 12:32 AM
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Hi Guys, XENO LED Flashlight can be your EDC Flashlights. Anther good choice.

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12-22-2011, 02:06 AM
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Wow , too many to list ..., I will be taking a picture shortly of all my EDC lights , I actually have more than I thought , go figure .

Certainly is a huge variation possible in EDC , .....

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12-30-2011, 02:50 PM
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Got me a Fenix E05 a couple of weeks ago. I was very skeptical about this little fella, and now I feel like publicly apologizing for that.

It's a XP-E R3 version with lower lumen value, but the tint on mine is perfectly neutral. Beam pattern is a nice directional flood. Also the runtime is great, around 3hrs on new Duracell 1000mAh NiMH's.

Perfect little allrounder, very small and nice for EDCing. The only downside is the price (25EUR in a local B&M shop), but what the heck, the New Year is here!

Now I don't have to wait for Pelican 1910 which is much bigger, has a mediocre runtime and a clicky switch - I'm not a fan of this.

Cheers,

Tam

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01-14-2012, 08:09 PM
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Everyday was an Fenix Ld01 Q5, and a Fenix Ld10 R5. The Ld10 is a little too chunky for edc, for me, but it's an awesome flashlight. Now I carry the Fenix Ld01 and an new Nitecore D11.2. The Nitecore is 1/2" shorter than the Ld10 and it's diameter is a bit smaller than the Ld10.
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02-29-2012, 05:08 PM
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I carry a Leatherman Monarch 300 clipped to my RFP, always. Great little light for working on stuff. For on duty illumination, I have recently purchased an ITP SA2 Eluma. It has 3 settings, 6 lumens, 42? lumens, and 230 lumens. It also has a selector switch with memory on the side of the bezel, and that switch also has an infinite beam adjustment that also uses the memory function. Great light, I really am enjoying using it at work.

I have a photon on my keys, and my heavy duty light at work is the good ol' 3D Maglite with LED upgrade. A Leatherman Monarch 400 lives in my Jumbo.

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03-02-2012, 05:11 PM (This post was last modified: 03-05-2012 06:40 PM by tam.)
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My newest flashlight is matt black Solarforce L2 with basic XR-E single-mode drop-in (soon to be replaced with a decent three- or five-mode XP-G or XM-L, I have yet to decide). It's powered by protected Jetbeam 18650 battery, a quality Li-ion powerhouse. Tail switch is a reverse clicky (no half-press momentary) with protruding switch boot. Stock XR-E drop-in has a light orange peel reflector, but it's still a decent thrower with uniform and useful spill. I personally don't like purplish tint and extremely tight beams, so I've mounted a temporary diffuser until another drop-in arrives.

What's amazing about this flashlight is that it allows so-called legoing (combining a wide range of components from both Solarforce and other manufacturers), since L2 is a clone of legendary Surefire 6P model and supports P60 drop-in standard.

I'm satisfied with this purchase so far, it's hard to beat Solarforce's price/quality ratio. I'd highly recommend, but buyers beware: when you once start legoing, it's very hard to stop...Wink


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