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Well this past Sunday morning a co-worker had a flat at 1am out in the interstate, sadly I did not have a flash light with me so using my iPhone sufficed. Can anyone give me suggestions for a handsized led light that can be put on my belt and had a really bright shine? I checked out surefire but they are pretty damn expensive. Suggestions?
 

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Fenix PD31- $69.99

Fenix PD31 High Performance LED Flashlight

Features
• Cree XP-G LED (R5) with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
• Uses two 3V CR123A batteries (Lithium)
(not included)
• 120mm (Length) x24 mm (Diameter)
• the inner diameter of the tube is 18.8mm
• 64.4-gram weight (excluding batteries)
• Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
• Tail cap switch
• Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
• Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
• Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
• Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
• Two modes (6 types) of output:
- General Mode: 2 lm (200hrs) -> 67 lm (16hrs) -> 124 lm (8.3hrs) -> SOS: 124 lm
- Turbo Mode: 304 lm (2.3hrs) -> Strobe: 304 lm
• Impact resistance: 1.5m
• Waterproof: IPX-8, 2 meters


Package Includes:
Fenix PD31 Flashlight
Holster
Lanyard
Body Clip
Extra O-Rings
Spare rubber switch boot
 

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Oh wait......you said under $60

The PD30 is just under that.
 

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Thanks for the replies I'll check them out when I get home.
 

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I guess I am behind on flashlights!

I just keep a mini-mag in the door pocket of my vehicles.

Check it every once in awhile and replace batteries as needed.
 

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I bought this "Coast" LED flashlight from Lowes, It is an awesome little flashlight, on e of the features that I love is that you can adjust the beam, just like a Mag light. Great product for the price, have had it over a year and use it every day for work and home. Would definitely buy again, in fact, I just might buy an extra for the truck...

Shop Coast Tactical Focus Beam Flashlight at Lowes.com
 

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Another vote for the streamlight polytac led.
 

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Have a couple streamlights that I got on eBay for under 40. They are very bright and have good run time. I am very pleased with both.

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Belive it or not, I use Coleman LED lights for hunting. They are hand sized, SUPEZR bright (pay attention to all the differne models lumens) and around $30.00. They take 3 AAA batteries.
 

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240 Lumens CREE Q5 LED Flashlight with SOS flashling Xeccon L14 is under $60.
L14L allows the user to select between LED light and laser level function quickly and conveniently. It equipped with toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating, which is more durable and anti-scratch.
 

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mini mag would be a great choice. You should be able to get one, and a belt holster, and have enough money to buy a good meal after a hard day at the range.
 

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I'll second Val 2.0 ----- I have a Coast light and really like it, especially for size, cost and light output. Mine has either white or red light available.
 
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