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Nitecore Explorer EC2 - Mini Review - tam Review, Mini, Explorer, Nitecore,
For some time I've been waiting to get my hands on this innovative piece of Chinese flashlight engineering - a member of Nitecore's Explorer family of EDC lights.

Size of EC2 is really minuscule, its full length is just 99mm (for comparison, 18650 battery length is 65mm!) which makes it one of the smallest in-line 1x18650 flashlights ever made. Diameter of the flashlight is 1in (25.4mm). It uses one 18650 Li-ion rechargeable battery or two CR123A lithium primaries with approximately same output (thanks to good regulation).

Explorer Series flashlights are aimed at adventuring, outdoor type of user, hence they all have formidable throw for reflectored lights of their diameter (EC2's peak beam intensity is 5,650 candela, which equals to 150m of throw according to ANSI/NEMA FL-1 standard). Emitter used is Cree's XP-G R5, which delivers some 320lm (an independent test shows even more!) when fully powered up in...
Ray-O-Vac Industrial Grade Flashlight mini review and simple modification. - lightknot modification, simple, review, mini, Flashlight, Grade, Industrial, Ray O Vac,
Budget lights: RAY-O-VAC Industrial Grade LED Flashlights. Aluminum titanium bodies, heavy shock absorbing rubber shrouds on the head and tail. The larger, 3C battery 140 lumen, 2 mode version was purchased at Home Depot iin Arizona, USA. The light is OK, (for a budget light) stock, quite a tight thrower, but not up to flashaholic lumen standards. Immediately after purchase a quick disassembly was in order. Head, emitter and reflector were all glued, but with a flexible rubber cement type glue that was possible to break. The the emitter, heat sink, and reflectors were pulled first. Next a standard (P-60 sized) SST-50 drop was wrapped in with several turns of copper foil and pressed (threaded) it into the head. Reassembed, and Voila! A multi purpose, heavy duty, budget flashlight with a mega-bright high and a useful low. Mod took 15 minutes. There are plans to replace the stock emitter with an SST-90 and re-install with the original aluminum heat sink. Easy, fun mod, these bodies come in 2 x AA and 3 x C battery configurations, and they are built like tanks. Specs from...
Tam's mini survival kit - tam survival, mini, Tam\s,
This is my mini-kit that fits jeans/jacket pocket or a bumbag:

Its contents are (no particular order):

Thermal glue sticks
Can opener
Band aid
Paper and pencil
Safety pins
Steel wire (two coils)
Sewing thread and needles (various types)
Pain/fever medication (Paracetamol)
Probiotic capsules (Probiotic or Linex)
Aluminium foil
600 grade waterproof sandpaper
Small saw
Small candle
Signalling mirror
Paraffin paper strips (tinder for fire)
Mini Bic lighter
Electrician's insulation tape
DIY mini straight razor
Spare razor blades
Small cable ties
(and perhaps something else, I didn't bother to dismantle it fully):wink:



[everyday-carry.com] submitted by dleekz Kaijin Brass Fishhook - 4Sevens Quark Mini... - bot Mini, Quark, 4Sevens, Fishhook , Brass, dleekz Kaijin, submitted, everyday carrycom,
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  • Charade Sunglasses

  • Burt’s Bees Açaí Lip Balm

  • Vintage Al Mar Hawk Black Pearl RS-30

  • Moleskine Soft Cover (School)

  • Apica Rain Guard (EDC)

  • Zebra Sharbo X LT3

  • The Hill-Side Pocket Square

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  • Corter Brewster Card Case

  • OD Green Slim Paracord Bracelet

  • 1935 Ingersoll Mickey Mouse Wristwatch

Editor’s Note: I have over half of the same items as you! I don’t really have much else to...

[Suburban Survivalist] Survival Blog Reviews the Mini-14 - bot Mini 14, Reviews, Blog, Survival, Survivalist, Suburban,
Survival Blog Reviews the Mini-14

Recently Pat of the Survival Blog reviewed the Mini-14, with which he has a couple of decades of experience. However, through email with that reviewer I found he has only owned and fired the older Mini-14s with the thinner barrels, and has not fired the newer model Mini-14 with thicker barrels and retooling, in production border=0

[The Gear Journal] Gerber Mini Covert Auto - bot Auto, Covert, Mini, Gerber, Journal, Gear,
Gerber Mini Covert Auto

This is a relatively new release from Gerber that I just heard about today. It’s a mini auto for around $100. You can’t beat that with a stick… The blade is a hair under 3-inches and when closed the whole shit-and-kabang is under 4. Details here.

[EDC Blog] Review - 4Sevens Quark MiNi AA² - bot AA², MiNi, Quark, 4Sevens, Review, Blog,
Review - 4Sevens Quark MiNi AA²

Understanding that a flashlight is an important piece of every day carry (EDC) gear, today I wanted to shed some light on one of my favorites. (See what I did there?) I wanted to go over a relatively inexpensive, but very bright light from 4Sevens. It is the newest release in the Quark MiNi line of lights; a products line know for its compact brightness.
4Sevens Quark MiNi AA² is an excellent EDC...
[Flashlight Blog] Review - 4Sevens Quark MiNi Series - bot Series, MiNi, Quark, 4Sevens, Review, Blog, Flashlight,
Review - 4Sevens Quark MiNi Series

One of the most popular series of flashlights that 4Sevens puts it is the Quark MiNi series, and for good reason, too. These flashlights are some of the most compact and bright lights on the market today. If you're on to lookout for a super-bright, but compact flashlight, then you're going to enjoy this post.

[EDC Blog] Review - 4Sevens MiNi CR2 - bot MiNi, 4Sevens, Review, Blog,
Review - 4Sevens MiNi CR2

A great everyday carry (EDC) flashlight, the Quark MiNi CR2 by 4Sevens is surprising in many ways. It is surprising in both it's brightness and it's size. Who thought a flashlight that weighs only 1.6 oz (w/ battery) could output 180 lumens of light? I sure didn't. Want to find out more about this light? Just continue reading.

Esta mañana he ido al zapatero a recojer una botas que tenía para limpiar y ví esta linterna para el llavero.No sé todavía muy bien que uso le daré pero ya pensaré algo.
Por cierto en le caja trae esta web,tiene buena pinta: http://www.trueutility.com/

Un saludo...
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