• Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
  • Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016
Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016

Maglite Mini LED 2-Cell AAA Flashlight Black - SP32016

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  • Superior Quality Craftsmanship with Weather-Resistant Seals, Aluminum Body, & Diamond Knurled Design
  • Offers a powerful projecting beam that adjust from spot to flood with the turn of the head
  • Renowned for its quality, durability, and reliability
  • New MAG-LED Technology, designed for professionals and consumers alike
  • Technologically advanced lighting instrument built tough enough to last a lifetime

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My first Mag! A few weeks ago I realized something, while using a lousy flashlight to find something in my closet. In all my years, I have never bought a "good" flashlight - it's all been plastic dollar store junk! I decided to do the deed and get one of the more trusted names in USA-made flashlights - that's right, a good ol' MagLite. Since I didn't want to break the bank, I went with this model (MagLite Mini), one of their smaller, pocket-sized lights.I am blown away by the quality of the light! It's brighter than *any* light I've ever had, even the much larger (cheapo incandescent) plastic flashlights I've bought from dollar stores. I used it tonight to check on my sprinkler system, and this wee light illuminated most of my (small) front yard in flood mode.I also already dropped it once on a hard surface, and the light went out. I thought "Great, my first nice flashlight, and I've broken it within three days." Nope! I just had to turn the flashlight head *slightly*, and the light came back on, bright as can be. Not a scratch on it!I was so impressed that a bought one of the tiny MagLite Solitaire lights for my electronics bag - perfectly for illuminating a computer case while installing components/checking motherboard jumpers/connectors.Five stars! 5Unbiased truth as for why I only buy Maglite LED flashlights. When in comes to Flashlights, I chose MAGLITE for a reason & recommend their products to all Amazon members. Even for a small AAA cell LED the craftsmanship, runtime is phenomenal & the $price$ is bar none w/batteries included. In any situation that needs a handy light, I want the best. In truth, I enjoy Maglite products so much so that I have more than a few from D-AAA to cover all my needs in an emergency, around the house chores or for at work. Finally, Maglite has an awesome warranty along w/being manufactured domestically here supporting US workers/jobs. 5Tough bright light. Good for the price I keep a flashlight on me at all times for my job. I've tried a ton. This seems to be the best I've found when comparing price, portability, brightness, and battery life. Bright enough to get the job done. Very portable with a pocket clip attached. Battery at or slightly above most led lights of the same size. Stream light, Fenix, etc. same brightness and portability but more expensive with shorter battery life. Off brand tactical EDC lights: same portability and price, but not as bright and poor battery life.The twist cap makes it able to be turned on no matter its position in your hand but sometimes it is inadvertently turned on in my pocket killing my batteries - so watch out for that. All in all a tough little light most will be happy with. 5Don't use Lithium betteries. Please disregard this review. This applies to the AA battery version, not the AAA battery version.I have had the same problem with multiple samples of this flashlight. With Lithium batteries, it overheats and the light turns itself of after perhaps 30 seconds, as if the switch was not making contact. This can be sometimes worked around for a bit by fiddling with the head to get it back on, but in doing that you notice the overheating at the base of the head.I switched to alkaline batteries and everything works great, but I would like to be able to use Lithium batteries for greater life.Joe 4Great EDC Flashlight I bought this flashlight to keep in my ThinkTank Street Walker Camera Backpack, but I have ended up carrying it with me every day. It is slim enough to fit in a pocket without being bulky like "tactical-ish" flashlights. This Maglite has just the right amount of brightness for small tasks with out blowing out the subject with a brightness of a thousand suns. One tiny annoyance is the supplied Duracell AAA batteries ever-so-slightly rattle in the tube of the flash light, super minor, I know. 5A good reliable flashlight Another good solid simple Maglite improved with LED. I like that it fits in a pencil holder in my briefcase - always there when needed. I like the simplicity of switching the light on by rotating the head of the flashlight. I have not had much luck with the durability of other light switch styles on other flashlights. 5Good pocket-sized flashlight Lots to like. Bright LED, but not too bright. The light isn't warm white, but it's not too blue either. And it uses common AAA batteries instead of some exotic battery type.Here's a tip: Heat-activated laminator sheets--unused--make good material for flashlight diffusers. I unscrew the top band of the flashlight, remove the reflector dish and use it to mark out a circle on the laminator sheet. I cut it out and put it under the top clear plastic, and reassemble everything. It turns any flashlight beam into a wide-throw flood with no bright center spot. I wouldn't recommend this for flashlights with high power LEDs or incandescent bulbs that put out a lot of heat. 5This thing is bright and tiny! Bought this not realizing how small it was. Was irritated until it was dark and I turned it on. WOW this is a serious flashlight and our go-to light. I have the big 3 cell D and the 2 cell C but this little one is the one we use. Looking under the fridge, wiring back of my amp-tuner, chasing the nightly possum up a tree, check a sore back tooth and it fits in a shirt pocket. All 3 of my MagLites are great but the little one I ordered by mistake is the go-to light and for an old timer who grew up with bulbs instead of leds, unbelievable bright. 5A flawless device on a small scale, packing power and durability for 2 AAA batteries. Also, a new mode of use by maglite! So, maglight always makes a quality item. I wanted to attach a smaller flashlight to my multitool sheath and saw the AAA maglight LED. The LED was the important part for me and since I've gotten this, it fits perfectly with what I imagined. It puts off a great amount of light for such a small flashlight and it being LED will last for quite awhile.The new "lantern" mode is what I thought was missing from older maglites and I'm so happy they included it. I will admit it also makes me feel like a wizard. Lumos, fools.The only downside (if there is one) is the fact that the batteries rattle a little inside the body of the flashlight. It's not a perfect fit, but a little bit of tape (just a tiny piece) on each battery adds enough of a buffer that stops them from rattling and still allows easy removal instead of locking them in place.I haven't tested for durability yet, but if it's like any other maglite, it's going to be a beast, only on a smaller scale.I am absolutely satisfied with this flashlight. 5Little but Mighty I bought the MagLite Mini LED Flashlight to put in a homemade roadside assistance kit. This MagLite Mini LED Flashlight might be small, and believe me it is small, but it is as bright as the biggest MagLite. Along with being kept in a vehicle for emergencies, this flashlight would be excellent for people who work on computers, handymen or women, or any repairmen or women. It is small enough to fit in pants or shirt pockets and not be highly noticeable. 5
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My first Mag! A few weeks ago I realized something, while using a lousy flashlight to find something in my closet. In all my years, I have never bought a "good" flashlight - it's all been plastic dollar store junk! I decided to do the deed and get one of the more trusted names in USA-made flashlights - that's right, a good ol' MagLite. Since I didn't want to break the bank, I went with this model (MagLite Mini), one of their smaller, pocket-sized lights.I am blown away by the quality of the light! It's brighter than *any* light I've ever had, even the much larger (cheapo incandescent) plastic flashlights I've bought from dollar stores. I used it tonight to check on my sprinkler system, and this wee light illuminated most of my (small) front yard in flood mode.I also already dropped it once on a hard surface, and the light went out. I thought "Great, my first nice flashlight, and I've broken it within three days." Nope! I just had to turn the flashlight head *slightly*, and the light came back on, bright as can be. Not a scratch on it!I was so impressed that a bought one of the tiny MagLite Solitaire lights for my electronics bag - perfectly for illuminating a computer case while installing components/checking motherboard jumpers/connectors.Five stars! 5Unbiased truth as for why I only buy Maglite LED flashlights. When in comes to Flashlights, I chose MAGLITE for a reason & recommend their products to all Amazon members. Even for a small AAA cell LED the craftsmanship, runtime is phenomenal & the $price$ is bar none w/batteries included. In any situation that needs a handy light, I want the best. In truth, I enjoy Maglite products so much so that I have more than a few from D-AAA to cover all my needs in an emergency, around the house chores or for at work. Finally, Maglite has an awesome warranty along w/being manufactured domestically here supporting US workers/jobs. 5Tough bright light. Good for the price I keep a flashlight on me at all times for my job. I've tried a ton. This seems to be the best I've found when comparing price, portability, brightness, and battery life. Bright enough to get the job done. Very portable with a pocket clip attached. Battery at or slightly above most led lights of the same size. Stream light, Fenix, etc. same brightness and portability but more expensive with shorter battery life. Off brand tactical EDC lights: same portability and price, but not as bright and poor battery life.The twist cap makes it able to be turned on no matter its position in your hand but sometimes it is inadvertently turned on in my pocket killing my batteries - so watch out for that. All in all a tough little light most will be happy with. 5Don't use Lithium betteries. Please disregard this review. This applies to the AA battery version, not the AAA battery version.I have had the same problem with multiple samples of this flashlight. With Lithium batteries, it overheats and the light turns itself of after perhaps 30 seconds, as if the switch was not making contact. This can be sometimes worked around for a bit by fiddling with the head to get it back on, but in doing that you notice the overheating at the base of the head.I switched to alkaline batteries and everything works great, but I would like to be able to use Lithium batteries for greater life.Joe 4Great EDC Flashlight I bought this flashlight to keep in my ThinkTank Street Walker Camera Backpack, but I have ended up carrying it with me every day. It is slim enough to fit in a pocket without being bulky like "tactical-ish" flashlights. This Maglite has just the right amount of brightness for small tasks with out blowing out the subject with a brightness of a thousand suns. One tiny annoyance is the supplied Duracell AAA batteries ever-so-slightly rattle in the tube of the flash light, super minor, I know. 5A good reliable flashlight Another good solid simple Maglite improved with LED. I like that it fits in a pencil holder in my briefcase - always there when needed. I like the simplicity of switching the light on by rotating the head of the flashlight. I have not had much luck with the durability of other light switch styles on other flashlights. 5Good pocket-sized flashlight Lots to like. Bright LED, but not too bright. The light isn't warm white, but it's not too blue either. And it uses common AAA batteries instead of some exotic battery type.Here's a tip: Heat-activated laminator sheets--unused--make good material for flashlight diffusers. I unscrew the top band of the flashlight, remove the reflector dish and use it to mark out a circle on the laminator sheet. I cut it out and put it under the top clear plastic, and reassemble everything. It turns any flashlight beam into a wide-throw flood with no bright center spot. I wouldn't recommend this for flashlights with high power LEDs or incandescent bulbs that put out a lot of heat. 5This thing is bright and tiny! Bought this not realizing how small it was. Was irritated until it was dark and I turned it on. WOW this is a serious flashlight and our go-to light. I have the big 3 cell D and the 2 cell C but this little one is the one we use. Looking under the fridge, wiring back of my amp-tuner, chasing the nightly possum up a tree, check a sore back tooth and it fits in a shirt pocket. All 3 of my MagLites are great but the little one I ordered by mistake is the go-to light and for an old timer who grew up with bulbs instead of leds, unbelievable bright. 5A flawless device on a small scale, packing power and durability for 2 AAA batteries. Also, a new mode of use by maglite! So, maglight always makes a quality item. I wanted to attach a smaller flashlight to my multitool sheath and saw the AAA maglight LED. The LED was the important part for me and since I've gotten this, it fits perfectly with what I imagined. It puts off a great amount of light for such a small flashlight and it being LED will last for quite awhile.The new "lantern" mode is what I thought was missing from older maglites and I'm so happy they included it. I will admit it also makes me feel like a wizard. Lumos, fools.The only downside (if there is one) is the fact that the batteries rattle a little inside the body of the flashlight. It's not a perfect fit, but a little bit of tape (just a tiny piece) on each battery adds enough of a buffer that stops them from rattling and still allows easy removal instead of locking them in place.I haven't tested for durability yet, but if it's like any other maglite, it's going to be a beast, only on a smaller scale.I am absolutely satisfied with this flashlight. 5Little but Mighty I bought the MagLite Mini LED Flashlight to put in a homemade roadside assistance kit. This MagLite Mini LED Flashlight might be small, and believe me it is small, but it is as bright as the biggest MagLite. Along with being kept in a vehicle for emergencies, this flashlight would be excellent for people who work on computers, handymen or women, or any repairmen or women. It is small enough to fit in pants or shirt pockets and not be highly noticeable. 5
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