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    Quote Originally Posted by siquq View Post
    I hear ya, and it is on my mind, but:

    1. I can't always get back to an outlet on long trips.

    2. I may head to Australia, and I don't want any issues with voltage (which I know nothing about)
    You can get it with a wall outlet charger(AC) and also a car charger(DC) for road trips.

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    [QUOTE=siquq;2827750]I hear ya, and it is on my mind, but:

    1. I can't always get back to an outlet on long trips.

    2. I may head to Australia, and I don't want any issues with voltage (which I know nothing about)[/QUO

    you should be ok back here in aussie. I know you can get replacement chargers if you need it. But if you cant get back to an outlet, a battery light is the way to go.

    So what are you heading back here for?

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    This guys have Surefire lights in Canada

    https://dstactical.com/index.php?cPath=55_125

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    I was just given this at work today

    22000 Lumens (according to ACR) runs on one(1) 6V lantern battery.
    ACR Super Beam Gun. Waterproof hand-held search light suitable for rescue boats, RIBs and the majority of boating applications.
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    Lock on to targets at 1/3 miles away.
    Hopefully I'll be able to put in in action this weekend on the ocean.

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    cool, very cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.Sigurdsson View Post
    I was just given this at work today

    22000 Lumens (according to ACR) runs on one(1) 6V lantern battery.



    Hopefully I'll be able to put in in action this weekend on the ocean.
    got to get me a couple of these! and even better, don't have to pay for them!

    got a site i can get them from?

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    I think we got it from ACR directly (originally) one of few online sites is http://www.landauuk.com/acatalog/safety_equipment.html

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    Today I found by accident a flashlight by Dorcy that has a 6 watt LED with a 120 Lumen output which I found pretty impressive. I am curious what everyone uses for personal lighting purposes.

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    i have the dorcy and its great . i also have a mini mag that i bought the 3 led upgrade kit and an IQ switch from a company called Nite-ize . and IT Really improved the mini mag . The Iq switch allows you to cycle through five different modes of lighting . full power , half pwer , 25% power , slow flash and fast flash.

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    Phototaken from Mountsplus - hosted on Imageshack



    For general use around the house I have a Pelican PM6 3330


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