Monday, April 13, 2015

2 Cree LED Flashlight with Magnetized Base Review

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AYL LED CREE XP-E Car Flashlight; When Safety, Versatility and Security Matter!Does the idea of carrying a bulky flashlight turn you off?Or are you concerned about the cost of replacing flashlight batteries on a regular basis?

The truth is that, working with flashlights that produce unsatisfactory light can be frustrating to many people. Others find the usual flashlights quiet rigid hence can't be used in varied situations.
That is not the situation with the revolutionary CREE XP-E LED Car Flashlight!

The CREE XP-E LED Flashlight stands out as a 3-in-1 convenient lighting source; with a design that allows versatility for use in different scenarios.Why choose the AYL LED Car Flashlight?

- It features a rugged and high quality military-grade design for durability and versatility. It can be used in a variety of applications which include cars, bikes, home, etc.
- The flashlight comes with an anodized aluminium body which is resistant to various elements of weather
- It is powered by 3 AAA batteries (not included)
- It is quite versatile and comes with a total of 29 LEDS (18 white LEDs and 11 red LED)
- It comes in a user-friendly design. It features a magnetic base that can be stuck on any metallic surface
- It comes with 3 light options; Cree, White, and flashing Red LED for improved visibility
- The bulbs can last for more than 100,000 hours
- Easy operation: 1st click turns the CREE LED, 2nd click lights-up the 18 white LED, while 3rd click turns on RED LED

I love this flashlight as I can stick it to the fridge where I use it most often as the lamp in the kitchen has to warm up before I can see anything and usually I am just in there to gram something. So I can grab this and look for what I need and then get back to work. 

I had the Old Man take this for a spin and he had some thoughts on it from the other side of the spectrum.  While I am the everyday user he would be considered heavy duty. For him the magnet was not strong enough. He would use this to attach to something above him to hold it in place. He said that if you were to be working on a car for 2 days this magnet would probably drop this flashlight on your head at least once in the first 3 hours. When he dropped it, it would shut off and he would have to turn it back on. He is constantly looking for more lumens in lighting (I call him a lumen monster.) he has several flashlights and for him he found that it wasn't bright enough.

While the old man doesn't find that it does the job for him I found it worked well for me. So if your looking for a flashlight you can grab when you need to use a light then check out the Cree light.

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