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1. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty
$2.49
2. Mag Instrument LM2A001 Replacement
$10.49
3. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster
$4.99
4. Mag Instrument K3A016 Black Mag-Lite
$10.99
5. Mag Instrument M2A016Mini Mag
$6.29
6. Mag Instrument ASXD026 D-Cell
$16.99
7. Mag Instrument S2D016 Black Heavy-Duty
$7.99
8. Mag Instrument ASXX376 D Cell
9. Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D
$5.99
10. Mag Instrument AM2A016 Mini Flashlight
$6.29
11. Mag Instrument LR00001 Replacement
$25.99
12. Mag Instrument ARXX0756-Volt Ni-Cad
$16.79
13. Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty
14. Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy
$11.49
15. Mag Instrument M2A10H Silver AA
$5.99
16. Mag Instrument ASXD036D Cell Plain
$17.49
17. Mag Instrument S2D106 Silver Heavy-Duty
$8.79
18. Mag Instrument M3A986 Purple AAA
19. Mag Instrument M3A016 Black AAA
$8.79
20. Mag Instrument M3A116 Blue AAA

1. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $110.76 -- our price: $84.99
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Asin: B00002N6SM
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

You don't think about flashlights until you need one, and then it's too late to worry about dead batteries. Mag Instrument's rechargeable system guarantees light, features a top-of-the-line flashlight, and delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life. The flashlight changes from spotlight to floodlight with a turn of the head, and the 360-degree charging ring allows it to be mounted and recharged in any position. High-grade O-rings at each opening ensure resistance to water and shock. The durable hard-anodized finish protects the light from the sort of bumps and knocks that can happen in the dark. The system includes a recharging cradle, a rechargeable battery pack, two mounting brackets, a 110-volt AC converter, and a 12-volt DC cigarette-lighter adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High-intensity adjustable light beam
  • Delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • 360-degree charging ring recharges in any position

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Flashlight Ever
I have owned this flashlight for over 20 years.It is the most dependable light ever.It was given to my dad from the police chief of our city.I now live in his house and it hangs on the wall next to the door always charged and ready.If there is ever a blackout, you know right where it is and you know it is ready.We all reach for it several times a day.I just bought a new one to put at my other door.It is dependable and sturdy and can be used as a weapon if needed.Best light I have ever owned.You will wonder how you ever got along without it.

5-0 out of 5 stars INCREDIBLE light!!!
I have been a home inspector for 19 years.About 14 years ago, I bought a mag rechargeable.In all of those years of crawling under hundreds of houses, banging that light against rocks, floor joists, and in one case, an agitated field RAT, this thing has NEVER failed me.
I am looking at buying a second one, and only my FOURTH battery after ALL of those years!!! One of the reasons for buying another one is that the switch finally failed, and I REFUSE to use a 'lesser' light while I am having this one repaired. The times that I have had to use my backup regular flashlight (a pretty decent rayovac roughneck), it has been like being 'blind' under a house! The pure BRIGHTNESS is amazing!The spot focus on this light is very precise, though I have found that some bulbs focus better than others.
These things are also TOUGH...I have dropped mine a couple of DOZEN times onto concrete and asphalt (yep!!! I am clumsy!)And that WILL sometimes kill a bulb..But the flashlight is almost indestructible!If you could just SEE how battered and scarred this thing IS, you wouldn't believe it still works!
You will NOT be disappointed in this flashlight!It is the BEST investment that I have made in equipment EVER!!!
ENJOY!

5-0 out of 5 stars Safety for Women
This will be the second one I've owned.The first one I had for 10 years and left on a bus, by accident.It is the best deterrent one could hope for.When your carrying it like a cop with your hand at the lamp ready to flash it in someones face to stun them with the light, pop them on the forehead to get their attention, or knock them to the ground using it like a baseball bat.Men look at you very differently, a bit scared and not cat calling and blowing you kisses. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)    3. Camping Accessories   


2. Mag Instrument LM2A001 Replacement Lamp for AA & AAA Mini MagLite (2-Pack)
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $3.38 -- our price: $2.49
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Asin: B00004U4N5
Sales Rank: 2791
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Vacuum sealed
  • Extremely bright
  • Extends battery life
  • Two lamps per pack

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Watch-out for similar products (non-Maglite)
MAGLITE model#LM2A001 2-Cell AA is an excellent match for your mini Maglite Flashlight. Watch out for products claiming to work such as Rayovac 2-T1AAA they are suppose to be compatible with both the double A and triple A configuration. Guesse what... they burn out quickly!
Wal-Mart list price is $1.57 as of 1/21/05. You get two in a pack. Part # 107-000-396.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works
Plug it in and turn it on, wow so easy why did i wait so long to fix this thing?

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable, Bright Little Bulbs
I put one of these in my old MiniMag after the original bulb burned out.I do believe these are a little "hotter" than the one that was in the flashlight when I bought it ten years ago.I have fumbled the flashligh several times while it was on and the fall did not break the filament.These will brighten up your little light; for you life, consult the "personal development" book section! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


3. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster AA Combo Pack Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $18.45 -- our price: $10.49
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Asin: B00002N6SN
Sales Rank: 640
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not quite the classic everybody makes it out to be.
Yeah, yeah.Everybody buys these Mini Maglites.Everybody says they're the benchmark, but I disagree, having owned one a number of years and having had time to document it's failings.For one thing, mine simply quit working recently, and when I visited the Maglite website, I learned that returning it under the warranty would cost more in shipping than it would cost to buy a new flashlight.How irritating.My solution was to toss the thing in the trash, and what a pity, as the quality of construction is quite good, notwithstanding the broken switch.But that brings me to my second point: the switch.This is the twist-on/off kind.Do you tend to carry a flashlight in your pack?In your pocket?Then avoid this model.The jostling that occurs during routine movement tend to turn the light on, a bit of a hassle when you're in the middle of nowhere only to find your light has turned itself on and exhausted the batteries.Now if only the manufacturer would adopt the same kind of push-button switch as on the larger models, and perhaps change the bulb to LEDs, then this model would be perfect rather than merely dated.A better bet is to pick up one or two cheap plastic Rayovacs at the hardware or discount store--better switch, comparable durability.

5-0 out of 5 stars When buying a flashlight, check out the Mini Mag first!
I have had a 2AA cell Mini Maglite for several years now. Through this time, I have dropped it a lot, but each time, the only damage is scratches. It is so durable that you can just throw it on the ground purposely and it will not be obliterated! The holster is a nice addition so that you can have easy acces when you are in a tight situation.
The candle feature is very useful, especially for camping (or night reading). Also, it is water proof! I never have to worry while using it in the rain.
Overall, this product is very useful. With its size and capabilities, it prooves worthy to be owned by anyone, no matter what there job is. Note: Another good Mag product is the 4D cell light.

5-0 out of 5 stars Universal Light
The first one I had was black, just like Model-T. Being dark and inside my dark overalls pocket, I forgot about it until it fell. It fell couple more times since. It is still working. It is a good size to go inside the tool box permanently. The size is also small enough to go inside where only your hand can reach. Sometimes in my line of work in seismic oil exploration I need to do come cabling, the Mini helps to get the connection right.

Bought a few more Mag lights since the first one, seeing as it is tough and rain proof. But when I travel it is the Mini that comes along instead of the Mag Solitaire because the AA size batteries is the most universally available battery you can find in most countries.

Torch (flashlight to you guys in US) is like penknives, tend to need it in an emergency. So one lives with the Leatherman, one in the car glove box, the old one still in the tool box.

Yeah, I have held the torch in my lips too in the past but now recommend a headband by Nite Ize to turn it into a headlamp. Another item worth considering if you go hiking a lot is the Nite Ize "Pock-its". This is a holster for Mini Mag Light and Leatherman, spare batteries. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)    3. Home Safety   


4. Mag Instrument K3A016 Black Mag-Lite AAA Solitaire Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $9.99 -- our price: $4.99
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Asin: B00002N9ET
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Here's a nice little light in a tough little package. It's perfect for quick, occasional use, say, to shed some light on a dark keyhole. The built-in key lanyard is long enough to let you use your key and the beam at the same time, and the beam width adjust with an easy turn from spotlight to flood. It's compact enough for a pocket and tough enough to tumble around in a briefcase, backpack or handbag—-it's corrosion-resistant, too. We especially like the extra bulb packed right in the end compartment, so you won't get caught without a light. Granted, the beam could be beefier, but for its purpose, it's a great little flashlight.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (13)

1-0 out of 5 stars The worst product from Maglite
This is easily the worst product Maglite has ever produced. It's bright allright -- right out of the package. Carry it a few days on your keychain, and the output is dim and flickery. Reseating the tail cap gets rid of the flicker, but you have to do it every time you want to use it. And it stays dim. My advice: Go to the nearest Wal-Mart and get a Dorcy 1-AAA LED. It's slightly larger than the Mag Solitaire, but for $4.99 you'll get a light that's more reliable, brighter and has longer battery life. And you'll never have to change a bulb, too.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good light, but limited uses
This light is decent for the cost and what it does. I keep mine in the car in case I need to fumble around in the seat looking for something.

Beyond that, the light is really limited though.

1-0 out of 5 stars Archaic technology-Go LED or CF.
Conventional flashlights like these are archaic; I have one of these Black AAA Mag-Lites I got as vendorware, but I wouldn't pay for it.Any battery-operated light you buy these days should be LED or flourescent.
Otherwise, the light is far bulkier than it need be.
LED-based flashlights have bulbs (LEDs) that virtually never burn out, and can use smaller batteries, as batteries last about 3x as long, so they can be smaller and lighter.
(The only exception I can think of for flashlights with conventional (incandescent or halogen bulbs) is for those that are used as batons, like the ones police officers carry, where the weight is an advantage.)
Portable fluorescent lights can use much smaller batteries, as batteries last about 5x as long, so they can be much lighter, and about the same size, as the bulb takes up the space the batteries used to take up.

LED and flourescent battery-operated lights are are available at low prices now - far less than conventionals when you factor in the convenience, costs of batteries, etc, but about 2x the price initially, if you shop around.I have a couple of each.Often they're not stocked with the conventional flashlights; I often see portable fluorescents in the closet sections - made to be put in a closet and run off a battery. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. (Flash Lights)    2. Home Safety    3. Flashlights   


5. Mag Instrument M2A016Mini Mag Lite AA Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $16.45 -- our price: $10.99
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Asin: B00002N6SL
Sales Rank: 577
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Candle mode feature for hands free light
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (29)

4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive light, inexpensive batteries, good light... but
there are better lights out there.Of course they cost more money.I have 5 or 6 of these floating around between cars, night stand, wifes night stand etc.They work great, last a long time, and if something happens to them (battery leaks, run over with tank etc) you just chuck it and buy a new one.

That said, when you are looking for a flashlight that you have to rely on and you don't want to carry 3 or 4 with you, I'd look to an LED flashlight.LEDs don't burn out very fast, runtime on batteries is WAY longer.My personal favorite is the Inova x5.5 LEDs, 20 hour runtime on one set of batteries, waterproof, and brighter than a mini mag by far.It just costs 3-4 times as much, which is why I have one of them instead of 4.

3-0 out of 5 stars "Mini Mag a power 'shack', not a powerhouse"
In the last decade, people have been rooting for this small flashlight that was always considered to be cool, with it's aircraft aluminum 'armour', and bright beam. This thing was once considered to be more popular than a lightsaber.

These qualities stand to this day and should be considered should you buy this as a gift or lighting tool for someone. It's strong reaching beam fires a fair distance in spot mode, and a moderately effective flood mode lights up a room quite nicely.

Now, with these kudos, there are some things to keep in mind when buying this light:

Unless you get silver/puter or light blue, this black knight can be easily lost in the dark if you don't have it on. Also, the fact that it's a heavy duty metal doesn't help it's chances from a fairly tall fall. This thing is not shock absorbent. Maybe it's casing is, but it's innards aren't. And to top it all off, this flashlight is more thirsty for batteries than a 5 litre gas guzzling Mustang. After a good half hour, it dims a litte, but a little too soon.

So, what do I recommend above the Mini Mag? Two great recommendations: the Energizer Double Barrel 'xenon' flashlight, with it's great looks, and better battery life. The xenon bulb is also brighter than the Mag's 'T-Bulb'. Another great light is the Rayovac AA Industrial flashlight. Now, this flashlight does not have the same distance reach as the Mini Mag (in spot mode) since this light is built with a 'wide spot', that acts like a super (and I mean super for an AA light) mini spot light, and maybe not at long distances, but at least for lighting up.....the WOODS! I find this to be the best light for when you're lost in the woods. If you are one of those people who walk a lot at night, especially near any forests and wooded areas, then the Rayovac AA Industrial light is the one-if you aren't interested in an L.E.D lights, which should be your first choice. You'd probably think that a Rayovac AA flashlight wouldn't be powerful enough for to light up the thick of the woods in the night and twenty feet in front of you...well, guess again!! You'd better get one and try it out. It's output is nearly as bright as a 2D Maglite in flood mode. Really! I carry it everywhere with me (knapsack). And mega shock resistant!!

So, hats off to Mag for a great run, and for making a cool and powerful light with a few self defeating faults.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple, tough, American- made and versatile
These are perfect for the car or toolbox; small, reliable, and rugged. The two-pin bulb can also be replaced with a very small LED (off-the-shelf, not a MAG product obviously) for easily reading azimuth scales on your backyard telescope while stargazing. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


6. Mag Instrument ASXD026 D-Cell Flashlight Mounting Bracket
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $6.29 -- our price: $6.29
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Asin: B00002N9ER
Sales Rank: 4303
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Works with D-cell flashlights
  • Two brackets

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars The maglight flashlight mounting clamp
I was very dissappointed with this item.Didn't last a day.The Streamlight Adjust-a-Clamp is VASTLY superior.Stainless steel construction and it's CHEAPER too.My current Streamlight set has been in heavy constant use in my truck for over 15 years.The rubber has worn off a few times but it STILL HOLDS MY FLASHLIGHT!Customers who were unhappy with the MAG instrument product should check out the Streamlight clamps.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Design -overall quality is good
This is a great addition to the Maglight flashlight, you can mount it in your car & always have your flashlight handy. The overall construction quality is good but will break if not used with some degree of care. I have had (1) clip break out of 4 pairs in three years. I highly recommend these mounting clips for convenience & just wish they were made a little bit more heavy duty.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for a Van or a Garage
I have used these before, butthe price here was great. Mag has figured just the right tension on the clips to hold the flashlight secure, yet make it easy to grab often. I have used these for several years. I have tried others, but these are the best. ... Read more


7. Mag Instrument S2D016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 D-Cell Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $18.99 -- our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00002N6SG
Sales Rank: 444
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great light for the price
There are lots of better lights out there. But for less then $20, you can't beat the price for this flashlight. Especially if you just need something to have around the house.

The only real problem I have with this light is that the switch tends to come off fairly easy. It's not too hard to put it back on, and if you lose it, it's fairly cheap to replace (less then $2). But still annoying.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the Best.
Though this 2D model is slightly smaller than the 4D model that many people are familar with, this model is just as useful. In fact, I prefer the 2D model because it's easier to handle and not as awkward to carry as the longer 4D model. The light in this baby shines bright enough to almost completely illuminate a small room. If you so desire, you can focus the beam or let it spill out. The bulb hardly ever has to be replaced and even if you use the inexpensive batteries, they don't need to be replaced as often either (the light sucks ALL the juice out). Besides just being a great flashlight, the Mag-Lite 2D also works well as a club--you can actually knock someone out cold. A great tool; one that every home should at least have one of.

1-0 out of 5 stars Long-time customer'sfirst time warranty claim ignored!
3 weeks ago, I contacted Maglite for a replacement switch for my 4-D flashlight, in which the switch failed.The customer service rep asked me for my serial number, which I gave her and she assured me that I could get a replacement switch.I gave her my name and address and she said that a shipment had just gone out, and it would be in the next shipment.That was fine with me.Days turned into weeks.Still no part.More days went by.STILL no part in the mail.

Hmmmm.Is this how long time customers are treated?I previous owned a variety of their flashlights, from an AAA Solitaire to a 5-D flashlight, at least 5 in total.My dad has purchased in the neighborhood of 15 or more himself, starting in about '86 when someone else turned him onto Maglites.

Customer support is as important to me as the product itself.Has customer support become a casualty of a tough economy?

This long-time customer will have to look at alternatives the next time he's buying a flashlight. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. (Flash Lights)    2. Camping Accessories    3. Flashlights   


8. Mag Instrument ASXX376 D Cell MagLite Accessory Pack
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $13.06 -- our price: $7.99
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Asin: B000056BMY
Sales Rank: 5881
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Red, amber, and blue lenses
  • Anti-roll device
  • Mounting brackets

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Wrong lens pictured
My kit with red and blue lenses, but it has a clear instead of an amber lens. I need an amber lens! I believe this is the new packaging. The picture and product discription haven't been updated. Any one have a spare amber lens? mfhacker@hotmail.com

5-0 out of 5 stars Keeps flashlight from rolling around
Mag should sell the rubber anti-roll device with all their flashlights.It's so nice to set the flashlight down and not have it roll all around. The flashlight holder is a nice bonus. The colored lenses I haven't used yet. Kind of pricey add-on just to get the anti-roll device, but who wants a flashlight that rolls all over the place.

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent accessories!
All are good quality.We have the brackets in the hallway to the basement and another set in the garage so we're ready when the power goes off (often). They are well made and really hold the flashlight in snugly, even in the vertical position which worked well for our locations.As for the colored lenses.I like to look at bugs at night and my husband has a telescope so these lenses have come in handy when we're outside at night and don't want to have to keep adjusting our eyes.Great value and great product! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


9. Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $36.00
Asin: B000056BME
Sales Rank: 2108
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited Lifetime warranty
  • High quality rugged aluminum case
  • Spare bulb conveniently placed in tailcap of light
  • Light adjusts from flood to spot with just a twist of the head
  • All joints sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars The company ignores their warranty requests.
3 weeks ago, I contacted Maglite for a replacement switch for my 4-D flashlight, in which the switch failed.The customer service rep asked me for my serial number, which I gave her and she assured me that I could get a replacement switch.I gave her my name and address and she said that a shipment had just gone out, and it would be in the next shipment.That was fine with me.Days turned into weeks.Still no part.More days went by.STILL no part in the mail.

Hmmmm.Is this how long time customers are treated?I previous owned a variety of their flashlights, from an AAA Solitaire to a 5-D flashlight, at least 5 in total.My dad has purchased in the neighborhood of 15 or more himself, starting in about '86 when someone else turned him onto Maglites.

Customer support is as important to me as the product itself.Has customer support become a casualty of a tough economy?

This long-time customer will have to look at alternatives the next time he's buying a flashlight.

5-0 out of 5 stars You couldn't break it if you tried.
You could use this thing as a baseball bat and it would still shine bright and strong EVERYTIME. Hands down the best flashlite, period.

3-0 out of 5 stars Carry this for a few years & you'll walk like John Wayne too
Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight. Over the years, I just needed and "HAD TO HAVE" that bigger flashlight! It's a guy thing. This is the one light that lots of law enforcement carried. It was effective as a flashlight and as a tool if the use of force needed to be escalated in subduing a BG (Bad Guy) - Orders given with confidence and with commanding voice, physical force including night stick or Mag Light, side arm, shot gun).
There is a lot going on within the technology of flashlights recently. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Mag has fallen from grace a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for police / emt INCLUDING looking for and if need be using the light defensively as a weapon on criminals, cockroaches / terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlightis very durable and they are proven reliable. But even the police and emt and military are switching over to more tecnologically advanced products and techniques to go along with the new equipment.. They have to. Their lives and the lives of others depend on the best equipment available. And for a long time that was Mag Light.
Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , theSurefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every important aspect of flashlights - usable light power, smaller size and lighter weight.
TheMag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight is a good value and I have several in the house and the larger trunks of some of my vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.

John Row ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


10. Mag Instrument AM2A016 Mini Flashlight Accessory Pack
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $5.99 -- our price: $5.99
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Asin: B00002ND52
Sales Rank: 4117
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pocket clip
  • Lanyard wrist strap with key ring
  • Colored lenses
  • Lens holder

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Amber lens is not included in this kit
Be advised that MagLite has changed the content of this kit.Instead of red and amber lenses, the kit now has red, blue, and clear lenses. (The part number of the kit is still AM2A016.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool extras for your double A mini mag.
This is a great accessory pack. The rubber lens cover allows you to change lenses quickly, the red lens allows you to do things in the dark while maintaining your night vision, and the other accessories allow you to carry your flashlight just about anywhere. The only problem is that the different lenses are really easy to lose if your not using them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for astronomy
The red lens is great for astronomy because it does'nt destroy your night-vision like a whitelightbulb does. The other accessories are handy so you don't lose your flashlight when you are looking through yourtelescope. ... Read more

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11. Mag Instrument LR00001 Replacement Halogen Lamp for Mag-Lite Rechargeable Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $6.29 -- our price: $6.29
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Asin: B00004U4N9
Sales Rank: 2952
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Features

  • Halogen lamp
  • Maximizes brightness
  • Extends battery life

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


12. Mag Instrument ARXX0756-Volt Ni-Cad Battery Pack
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $25.99
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Asin: B00002N9ES
Sales Rank: 2254
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Replacement battery for RX1019 rechargeable flashlight.
  • Lasts up to 1,000 hours of battery life

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars NOT really cheeper at "Zbattery"
Okay, the "battery" is cheeper but there is that $8 shipping you need to consider. Amazon has the free shipping option. Oh yeah, great battery. Super great flaslight system!

5-0 out of 5 stars CHEAPER AT ZBATTERY.COM
ZBATTERY.COM IS SELLING THIS ITEM FOR $19.95

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow! What a great battery pack!
I have been using my Rechargable Mag light with the Ni-Cad Battery Pack for over five years. It charges when I am not using the light and when I pick it up to use the light these batteries really hold a charge. I take iton trips without even bringing the charger. It is one of my favorite tools.The battery does not leak and it is ZERO trouble. I recommend this lightand battery pack for everyone. Portable, rugged, dependable and veryuseful. ... Read more

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13. Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $16.79 -- our price: $16.79
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Asin: B00002N6SJ
Sales Rank: 1314
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Candle mode feature for hands free light
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable and Reliable
The 2 c-cell MagLight is durable and reliable.Being a pilot I use a flashlight for all night flights.For safety's sake I cannot afford to have a flashlight with a flimsy switch, cheap construction etc.Mag Instruments makes a great light period.

The 2 c-cell model is a bit large for the average kitchen drawer or auto glove compartment.But it works great for aviation and should be equally suited for boating, camping etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just the right size for everyday use
I have several D-cell Mag Lights and one AA-cell Mag light, but the former were too large and the latter too small to grab and run check on this or that when the need arose.The C-cell light is just the right size.I was pleased to see a History channel Egyptologist carrying the same one, a few months after I bought mine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tough, handy size
The best 2 C-cell flashlight I've owned. Fits in the glovebox easily so your kids and wife won't"borrow" it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


14. Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy Duty 4 D-Cell Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $25.99
Asin: B00002N6SI
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Bright lights, burly cases, fail-safe on/off switches, virtual indestructibility: there are very good reasons to rave about Mag Instrument flashlights. It goes without saying that a flashlight defeats its own purpose if it can't be trusted, which is why so many people spend a little extra for this four D-cell Mag-Lite. We've dropped ours off ladders, kicked it down stairs--just generally abused the thing--and it lights up now just as readily as it did when we first turned it on. Speaking of which, the on/off switch is one of the first things to fail on generic flashlights. Mag-Lite's switch is rubber coated and weather protected; frankly, it seems incapable of ever wearing out, even after thousands of clicks. Plus, twisting the flashlight's head gives you an option between a tight beam and a floodlight. More importantly, the combination of a supertough krypton gas lamp and high-quality reflectors provides unusually bright light. There's also an extra lamp in the tail cap so you've always got a backup--how many other flashlights deliver that?

But the Mag's indestructibility is its main selling point. Mag Instrument builds its flashlights with ultrastrong aluminum alloy cases that have been anodized both inside and out to resist rust. High-quality O-rings at both openings keep water away from the batteries. It's hard to imagine damaging one of these lights. Think of it this way: if, as one of our customers suggests, there were a kingdom of flashlights, Mag-Lite would be crowned king. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars MAGLITE IS YOUR NEW FLASHLIGHT MASTER!
That's right. I bought one of these lights, previously owning one of their mini-Mags. I saw the quality of product, and based upon that and its reputation for being the most rugged light out there I bought the 4D. I was not disappointed, this light is like a light cannon. Upgrading to the xenon bulb makes a whiter light than stock, and is slightly brighter. Mag also makes different lenses for the larger (3,4,5,6 D cell) lights, as well as anti-roll cap cover. So kids, tell your parents "Buy me a Maglite--or go to hell!"

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable!
This is all I have to say about the MagLight: I was at my brother's place in Boston and he was using this flashlight to keep his window proped open. I accidently knocked it out, and it fell three stories to the pavement below. After yelling an explative, I rushed down the stairs to get it. The thing didn't have a scratch on it and worked absolutley perfectly.

4-0 out of 5 stars Too heavy and long
Mag lights are awesome.I had a 3 D-cell light for years, and replaced it with this 4 D-cell.However, it is a bit to heavy to easily swing around as a weapon.Buy the 3 D-cell light. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


15. Mag Instrument M2A10H Silver AA Holster Combo Pack Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $15.98 -- our price: $11.49
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Asin: B00004SZ5R
Sales Rank: 6403
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Obviously, the best
Mag has been the best flashlight on the market for, like, ever. I have a slight regret not getting the black one, because sometimes I dislike the reflective hull of the silver flashlight. But still great. Go for AA instead of AAA because they have it all over the world, and you can put it on your keys and use as a kubaton if necessary.

2-0 out of 5 stars Reliable, outdated
I've carried a 2AA mini-mag for over 12 years.For the price, its a good light.BUT, with LED technology becoming common, this light is becoming outdated.On the positive side, the Mag 2AA is a well built and reliable device.However, the beam quality is very poor.Its not that bright to start out with, but worst yet it loses brightness very quickly and turns brown as the batteries decrease.The beam is full of holes, rings, and blemishes no matter how much it is focused (adjusted).

Having said that, one can buy an LED conversion unit from Opalec and install it on a new Mini-mag.The Opalec conversion unit provides steady brigtness for 10 hours and turns a Mini-mag into a state-of-the-art compact flashlight.I have an Opalec unit on my Mini-Mag, and I no longer use the standard Mag bulbs--the standard Mag bulbs are junk in my opinion

Even with that said, there are much better compact flashlights available.The Pelican M6 LED is shorter in length than a Mini-mag, and yet is so much brighter with a superior beam (pure white beam that stays white as the batteries are depleated).

If price is your sole concern, the Minimag will get the job done, but at a mediocre performance level (compared to more modern designs).The Minimag is a reliable and well built light, despite its inferior optics.For the price, its good enough to give a moderate recommendation.If Maglite upgrades their design and offers LEDs, I think that will really improve their beam quality.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Light... But....
I was given this light by my brother and it works great.The casing is very strong and duriable, and the flashlight is very bright for it's small size.You can still even see the beam in a well lit room.

The only reason I'm bothering to put in a review is to give a word of warning.While deffinately better than any other flashlight of this size I've had, the on/off switching method isn't perfect.The regular Maglights are said to have superior switches that do not fail as is so common with a regular flashlight.However the Double A Battery Mags have a different type of on/off switch.With this type of switch you screw the head in or out to turn the light on.This switching method is not perfect because you also adjust the focus of the beam with by twisting the head as well.

The problem my little Mag has is that at the tightest focus, the head is rather loose on the casing and can rock back and forth.This rocking can cause the flashlight to shut on and off when the head pushes against the off switch/lighting assembly.Most of the time when I'm using a flashlight, I want the strongest beam/tightest focus, and it can be a bit bothersome to jiggle the head so the light remains on.

This thing is still better than any other mini flashlight I've ever seen, but I just wanted to let those of you looking know that it's still not perfect.

I'd recomend you get one anyway. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)    3. Home Safety   


16. Mag Instrument ASXD036D Cell Plain Leather Belt Holder
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $7.99 -- our price: $5.99
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Asin: B000056BMW
Sales Rank: 5696
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Black leather
  • Keeps MagLite easily accessible

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Falshlight carrier
It carries a D cell flashlight well. What more can be said.

2-0 out of 5 stars It works, but not well.
I have owned a variety of high-end flashlights over the years and at one time worked as a Sheriff's Sergeant in a major metropolitan area. In that line of work a bright flashlight is a tool of the trade, and is carried at all times, even during the day.

A belt holder for a flashlight should keep the flashlight securely attached to the belt and allow the user to rapidly deploy and replace the flashlight with a minimum of fuss. It should allow the flashlight the freedom to swing and swivel to accommodate sitting in a vehicle and/or riding a snomobile, ATV or similar conveyance. This belt holder only accomplishes the first objective. While it does hold the flashlight securely, it tends to bind if one attempts to remove the flashlight without using a second hand to hold the ring perpendicular to the flashlight body and a second hand is required to hold the ring perpendicular to the flashlight body to return the flashlight to it's holstered position. The ring also has only limited freedom to allow the flashlight to swing forwards and backwards to clear obstacles and vehicle steats and saddles.

For casual use this product is OK. But for professional use, the product's single-axis swinging ring design detracts from it's usefullness. If you're serious about a flashlight holster, buy one of the all-leather products that has a ring that is soft and compliant and hold itself at 90 degrees to the belt ring. These can be obtained at a Police equipment supply.

4-0 out of 5 stars Keeps your Maglite handy and ready to use.
This is a must have item if you need to carry your MagLite with you while you're working. The only down side to its design is the weight of the 6D cell MagLite will eventually cause the snap holding the together to fail.

It will take a lot of abuse before it does fail and it sure beats holding the flashlite all night long. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)    3. Cordless Tools    4. Tool Holsters   


17. Mag Instrument S2D106 Silver Heavy-Duty 2 D-Cell Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $18.99 -- our price: $17.49
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Asin: B00004SZ5V
Sales Rank: 4401
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid, reliable
This is the perfect size for around the house or in the car (we bought about 4 of them to keep them in both places).We use rechargeable batteries (2 - C size) and they work great.The light is just the right amount to see what you need to see without being a big bulky flashlight.Solid too - will lsat forever I think.

5-0 out of 5 stars It is to be expected!
A typical example of a "good ole" American quality product! If you don't lose it I am sure your Grandchild will still be using it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Really bad--everybody borrows and no one returns
I'm a boy scout leader.I own a few of these.The thing about these is that everyone likes them so much that they always want to use them.I end up passing mine out and ending up with one less.I must be their best customer.I always end up buying replacements. ... Read more

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18. Mag Instrument M3A986 Purple AAA Mini MagLite Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $11.99 -- our price: $8.79
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Asin: B000056BMN
Sales Rank: 8857
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Features

  • Spare bulb conveniently placed in tailcap of light
  • Light adjusts from flood to spot with just a twist of the head
  • All joints sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture
  • AAA Mini MagLite comes with handy pocket clip and 2 AAA batteries
  • Limited Lifetime warranty

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


19. Mag Instrument M3A016 Black AAA Mini MagLite Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $11.99
Asin: B00002N6SF
Sales Rank: 5747
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Candle mode feature for hands free light
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Mag Light
This one is just as bright as the AA Mini MagLite and is considerably thinner and lighter. Extremely durable. I've had one for several years now and it's taken quite a beating in the car and in my toolbox.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable little light
This is the perfect size light to carry with you in your pocket, for whatever you need to do.In my case, I use it to examine patients in my work as a doctor.The beam is strong and it has not failed me yet.Highly recommended- with Mag, you can't go wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for medical professionals.
If you're like me, you're always shining lights into people's eyes, ears, and mouth in clinic and on the wards.It's important when checking pupillary reactivity to have a strong, even, consistent light that you can trust!

This light fits the bill perfectly.It clips into your whitecoat breast pocket and stays there.It comes in several stylish colors.And the ability to manually focus the light allows you to eliminate annoying 'hot spots' and 'cold spots' in the beam, common with cheap penlights, that might lead the naive medical student to miscall an afferent pupillary defect on the difficult 'swinging-flashlight' test!

I've been caring for patients with my Mini MagLite for more than 3 years.I'd urge you to do the same! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   


20. Mag Instrument M3A116 Blue AAA Mini MagLite Flashlight
by Mag Instrument
Tools & Hardware
list price: $11.99 -- our price: $8.79
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Asin: B000056BML
Sales Rank: 7550
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited Lifetime warranty
  • Spare bulb conveniently placed in tailcap of light
  • Light adjusts from flood to spot with just a twist of the head
  • All joints sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture
  • AAA Mini MagLite comes with handy pocket clip and 2 AAA batteries

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just Excellect
Very powerful light beam that can be focused at different circular ranges. It reminded me of cars light = so powerful and useful for desert trips and darky nights.

4-0 out of 5 stars Don't get me wrong, the MiniMag's great...
I used a MiniMag AA for years. It's just that there's a better product out there - the Pelican Versabrite II. It looks like a pager with a flashlight head stuck on top on a pivot. The body has clips to attach to a belt or hat brim for hands-free use...or you can just put it in your shirt pocket with the head protruding.

It lacks the beam focus feature of the Maglite, but otherwise is just as bright and more useful - I have a professional use for a small, bright light (the hands-free use is important when you have to take notes at night), and the Pelican is better enough to justify the extra two dollars or so.

I don't have any connection with Pelican or anyone who sells their products, I just think they make a superior double-AA cell flashlight... ... Read more

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