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Which led flashlight is perfect for camping. Something that is really bright and can see far.


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Go to Costco. They have the packs of three that are 300 lums. Then they have the larger flashlight that uses three C cells. Both types are the best I've seen.

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My phone flashlight app is pretty bright. Doubt if 'far' would apply.

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How much do you want to spend..[emoticon]

HERE is the one I use.....Dennis


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Here is the one I use. It's very bright and has an adjustable lens. Uses 3 AAA batteries. It's not cheap, I received it as a gift.


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A buddy gave me one of these small tactical flashlights a few weeks ago. I find it very useful and the right illumination for my tasks.


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westend wrote:

A buddy gave me one of these small tactical flashlights a few weeks ago. I find it very useful and the right illumination for my tasks.


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Trackrig wrote:

Go to Costco. They have the packs of three that are 300 lums. Then they have the larger flashlight that uses three C cells. Both types are the best I've seen.

Bill


X2 on these. I have a set of the 300s and also the 500s. They are nuclear powered.

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i use a fenix.crazy bright,3 power settings.960 lumens on the high setting.


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