I found this place that has two things I often look for.
1)VERY cheap prices
2) FREE world delivery
Living in South America the world delivery part is great, and the free pat is even better.
I should mention that unlike the Amazon adds, I have no association of any kind with this website, just thought the prices are great and that lots of you guys such as myself around the world would benefit from it.
I’ll also say, I ordered a couple flashlights but I didn’t have them delivered yet, just ordered yesterday. I’ll make more detailed posts once they get here, so you may want to wait before purchasing anything until I let you know how it worked out for me, if everything went fine, items delivered, quality, etc.
Anyone with experience with this website, please comment.
I ordered a three Cree LED lights. Man, compared to the prices in Argentina, those are just a steal.
The models I ordered are the following:
Akoray Cree Q5-WC 6-Mode Memory 200-Lumen LED Flashlight with Clip (1*AA/1*14500)
- Features a CREE XR-E Q5-WC LED emitter
- Powered by 1 x 1.2V/1.5V AA or 1 x 14500 battery
- Input voltage range: 0.7V~4.5V
- 6-mode clicky tailcap switch with mode memory: Hi > Mid > Lo > Strobe > SOS > Slow Strobe
- Mode memory returns the flashlights to the previously usage mode when the light is turned on
- 200 lumens brightness (manufacturer rated)
- 900mA current output digitally regulated driver circuitry
- 1-hour estimated runtime (manufacturer rated)
- Coated glass lens with aluminum textured/OP reflector
I liked the Lumen output. Even though maybe a bit exaggerated, just 150-100 lumens would be great, and it has a medium and low modes.
I think the on/off switch is glow in the dark, but I’m not sure.
Uses common AA batteries.
RC-C3 Cree LED Flashlight Gray (1.3V~4V CR123A)
Uses a single 123 battery, small and very bright. Keychain light candidate, but the 123 batteries aren’t that common around here so it’s a weak point during emergencies.
SacredFire NF-007 Cree P4-WC 110-Lumen LED Flashlight (1*AA/1*AAA/1*CR123A)
This one I’m pretty excited about. It’s a 10 buck LED Cree light that uses a single 123, AA, or AAA.
During an emergency, you are likely to find at least one of these batteries and that’s just a terrific advantage. The only thing missing is a low lumen output mode so as to use around the house for extended periods of time. Still, if this flashlight works as expected, I’ll be ordering a couple more.