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1. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty
$16.79 list($28.89)
2. Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty
$10.99 $10.90 list($16.00)
3. Mag Instrument M2A016 Mini Mag
$19.99 $18.95 list($24.99)
4. Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy
$10.49 $7.49 list()
5. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster
$21.88 list($36.00)
6. Mag Instrument S6D036 Red 6D Cell
$19.99 $13.25 list($25.99)
7. Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy
$3.89 list($9.99)
8. Mag Instrument K3A016 Black Mag-Lite
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9. Mag Instrument M2A98H Purple AA
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10. Mag Instrument ARXX075 6-Volt
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11. Mag Instrument S3C016 Black Heavy-Duty
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12. Mag Instrument M2A11H AA Blue
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13. Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D
$16.99 $12.99 list($18.99)
14. Mag Instrument S2D016 Black Heavy-Duty
$6.29 $5.49 list($0.00)
15. Mag Instrument LR00001 Replacement
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16. Mag Instrument ASXD026 D-Cell
$17.49 list($18.99)
17. Mag Instrument S2D036 Red Heavy-Duty
$17.49 list($18.99)
18. Mag Instrument S2D116 Blue Heavy-Duty
$19.99 $19.59 list($24.99)
19. Mag Instrument S3D986 Purple Heavy
$8.99 list($11.99)
20. Mag Instrument M3A016 Black AAA

1. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System
list price: $110.76
our price: $84.99
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Asin: B00002N6SM
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 191
Average Customer Review: 4.65 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

You don't think about flashlights until you need one, and then it's too late to worry about dead batteries. Mag Instrument's rechargeable system guarantees light, features a top-of-the-line flashlight, and delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life. The flashlight changes from spotlight to floodlight with a turn of the head, and the 360-degree charging ring allows it to be mounted and recharged in any position. High-grade O-rings at each opening ensure resistance to water and shock. The durable hard-anodized finish protects the light from the sort of bumps and knocks that can happen in the dark. The system includes a recharging cradle, a rechargeable battery pack, two mounting brackets, a 110-volt AC converter, and a 12-volt DC cigarette-lighter adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High-intensity adjustable light beam
  • Delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • 360-degree charging ring recharges in any position

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
As a 10 year aircraft maintainer in the US Air Force, I've used everything from standard Mag-lites, scuba divers' lights, and even penlights in a pinch. I can say this flashlight is brighter than any other I've used. It cuts my inspection time in half because I can see things 55 feet off the ground just like it was right in front of me. Don't be fooled to think a rechargeable battery pack isn't as strong as standard alkaline batteries. This isn't the case. I wouldn't trade this flashlight for anything!

5-0 out of 5 stars Mag Lite is good for general purpose
Having read the other reviews, I decided to add one myself:

Many police departments standard issue Mag Lite products. The 2,3..etc D sized flashlights make reliable flashlights and their weight can also make them useful as a baton in a pinch. I have several different Mag Lights (the mini's, the 2, and a 5 D monster). They always work, the beam is generally good, and for the money, they are a good value. They are NOT the best flashlight ever made... but for 20-30-40 bucks, they are a great flashlight for about 99% of what people need flashlights for...

If you REALLY need alot of quick light - i.e., you are planning to rely on this light for a tactical or self-defense situation, then I wouldn't buy a Mag Lite... ASP, Surefire (my favorite), Inova, etc., make much better flashlights for that situation. A Surefire C2 or Z2 model is about the size of a Mini-Mag but delivers about 5 times the light of the largest Mag LIte product... all without a focusable beam. The technology of SureFire is unparallelled, in my opine, but I think it is akin to comparing a Ferarri to a Ford... yeah, they're both cars, but that's about as far as the comparison should go... Also, most high-performance flashlights run for about an hour or so... Mag's will run longer. Also, you can go to any HD or hardware store and buy mags, batteries, lamps, etc.... try doing that with a SureFire... NOT. So there are comparative advantages and disadvantages to both...

Mag's products are good... but you get what you pay for and not every flashlight is suitable for every application. If you are a LE officer, military, etc., it's unlikely you will want Mag Lite as the product you're going to trust your life to.... they just are not bright enough to stun someone in a life and death situation... If you want a decent reliable flashlight for home emergency use, then Mag LIte is the best product you can possibly buy.

...I own both for different reasons... I just wish I owned a Ford and a Ferarri too!

4-0 out of 5 stars Becoming a dinosaur
There is a lot going on within the technology of flashlights recently. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System is an OK rechargeable flashlight. But the technology today (ie from SureFire and others) has Mag Lights falling behind a bit technologically. For example, weight and size. IF you are in law enforcement and need and depend on escalating use of force (ie loud assured voice, large heavy flashlight, side arm, shot gun), MOST other situations only criteria for a good flashlight is how much light it puts out and the quality (no dead spots, etc) of that light. AND in the smallest, lightest package. This is where (IN GENERAL) MagLite has dropped off.
I must say (before I get a bunch of negative votes) that I have owned 20 or 30 Mags over my working career. And the product is very durable and they are proven reliable. But for the money, I've found that Surefire offers a more powerful beam of light. Surefire is lighter too.
I've had to depend on my MagLight many times but I've switched to SureFire. It's the 21st Century.
John Row

5-0 out of 5 stars Light up your life!
This light is awesome! With 40,000 candlewatt power it will light up your entire room in your house when the power goes out-which we here in Raleigh have experienced a lot in the past few years. With 1000 recharges possible it pays for itself over and over. Can't go wrong with this one!

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent.......but..........
The flashlight is brilliant, literally. Once it's charged for the first time it's unreal. And for occasional or rare usage it is extremely practical. But, if you use it for several hours a day, you may find that it takes too long to get a full charge back into the battery. In fact, the only chance you can get it to fully charge is over the weekend. Two batteries? How can you charge the spare battery pack when it has to be in the flashlight (which has to be in the charger) to recharge? Mag Instruments are apparently working on the problem, but to this date they do not have a rapid charger, or a charging cradle for a battery pack only. You could of course buy 2 flashlights and use them on alternate days. Rather expensive though. ... Read more


2. Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight
list price: $28.89
our price: $16.79
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Asin: B00002N6SJ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 317
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Candle mode feature for hands free light
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Used to be the Best Brand but still dependable!
The Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight used to be my most used flashlight. Now a days, there is a lot going on with the technology of flashlights. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Maglight brand has fallen behind a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for minor emergencies NOT involving looking for criminals, terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight is perfect for a tool box or deep pocket. The product is very durable and they are proven reliable. Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , the Surefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every important aspect of flashlights - usable light power, size, durability and weight. The Mag light brand just isn't keeping up with the new technology. And that's too bad for us who value product loyalty.
The Mag Instrument S2C016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 C-Cell Flashlight is STILL a good value and I have several in the house and the vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.
John Row

5-0 out of 5 stars Durable and Reliable
The 2 c-cell MagLight is durable and reliable. Being a pilot I use a flashlight for all night flights. For safety's sake I cannot afford to have a flashlight with a flimsy switch, cheap construction etc. Mag Instruments makes a great light period.

The 2 c-cell model is a bit large for the average kitchen drawer or auto glove compartment. But it works great for aviation and should be equally suited for boating, camping etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just the right size for everyday use
I have several D-cell Mag Lights and one AA-cell Mag light, but the former were too large and the latter too small to grab and run check on this or that when the need arose. The C-cell light is just the right size. I was pleased to see a History channel Egyptologist carrying the same one, a few months after I bought mine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Tough, handy size
The best 2 C-cell flashlight I've owned. Fits in the glovebox easily so your kids and wife won't "borrow" it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fear of the dark
I am using Mag Flashlight for 3 years. It has never made me upset. If you afraid from the dark try MAG flaslight, it kills the dark in every condition. Rain, mist or dust can't stop it. ... Read more


3. Mag Instrument M2A016 Mini Mag Lite AA Flashlight
list price: $16.00
our price: $10.99
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Asin: B00002N6SL
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 171
Average Customer Review: 3.55 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Candle mode feature for hands free light
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (29)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Little Light Bar NONE!
I own every 2 - 6 D Cell Mag Lite makes. Finest flashlights you can buy. I own 3 AA Mini Mags for both my cars and office. Problem is I think I'm starting to collect them! They're truly a work of art as their motto states and as durable a light there is. There's a Fry's Electronics store near my house and the other day I saw a Mini Mag in Pewter. Gorgeous. Didn't buy it, but I think next time I'm there I will just to have it. (Wife say's it's a problem.) Colors of these flashlights are truly gorgeous (especially the Purple, Blue, and Pewter) on their aircraft aluminum body. A great accessory is the nylon case that will protect the flashlight. If you're planning on purchasing the AA Mini Mag or any of the Mag Lite line of flashlights take the thing apart and see how they're made and you'll know why I'm hooked. :-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive light, inexpensive batteries, good light... but
there are better lights out there. Of course they cost more money. I have 5 or 6 of these floating around between cars, night stand, wifes night stand etc. They work great, last a long time, and if something happens to them (battery leaks, run over with tank etc) you just chuck it and buy a new one.

That said, when you are looking for a flashlight that you have to rely on and you don't want to carry 3 or 4 with you, I'd look to an LED flashlight. LEDs don't burn out very fast, runtime on batteries is WAY longer. My personal favorite is the Inova x5. 5 LEDs, 20 hour runtime on one set of batteries, waterproof, and brighter than a mini mag by far. It just costs 3-4 times as much, which is why I have one of them instead of 4.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little flashlight
When three tornadoes hit my boarding school, I came to realize the importance of a flashlight (which I didnt have at the time, unfortunately). Realizing my error in not owning such an essential item, I immediately went to the store and bought one. My family has owned (and lost) numerous flashlights, and our Mag lite are by far the best flashlights we've ever owned. Some flashlights go on and off as the battery jiggles around, die as soon as you drop them, or just aren't made to live long. Mag lites are definitely NOT these flashlights! My mini Maglite has been dropped, kicked, stomped, squished, thrown, everything... and it still works great! It's three years old now and still works like it did on day one. It doesn't suck batteries dry, which is definitely a plus, and the light is constant. It doesn't flicker on and off if teh battery somehow shakes. I love how you can change the beam to cover a large area or focus in on a small area. It's great for late night reading in the dorm rooms. Now I even own a small MagLite Solitaire for my keychain. It's very small but just as powerful. Altogether, a great little flashlight and an excellent price.

3-0 out of 5 stars "Mini Mag a power 'shack', not a powerhouse"
In the last decade, people have been rooting for this small flashlight that was always considered to be cool, with it's aircraft aluminum 'armour', and bright beam. This thing was once considered to be more popular than a lightsaber.

These qualities stand to this day and should be considered should you buy this as a gift or lighting tool for someone. It's strong reaching beam fires a fair distance in spot mode, and a moderately effective flood mode lights up a room quite nicely.

Now, with these kudos, there are some things to keep in mind when buying this light:

Unless you get silver/puter or light blue, this black knight can be easily lost in the dark if you don't have it on. Also, the fact that it's a heavy duty metal doesn't help it's chances from a fairly tall fall. This thing is not shock absorbent. Maybe it's casing is, but it's innards aren't. And to top it all off, this flashlight is more thirsty for batteries than a 5 litre gas guzzling Mustang. After a good half hour, it dims a litte, but a little too soon.

So, what do I recommend above the Mini Mag? Two great recommendations: the Energizer Double Barrel 'xenon' flashlight, with it's great looks, and better battery life. The xenon bulb is also brighter than the Mag's 'T-Bulb'. Another great light is the Rayovac AA Industrial flashlight. Now, this flashlight does not have the same distance reach as the Mini Mag (in spot mode) since this light is built with a 'wide spot', that acts like a super (and I mean super for an AA light) mini spot light, and maybe not at long distances, but at least for lighting up.....the WOODS! I find this to be the best light for when you're lost in the woods. If you are one of those people who walk a lot at night, especially near any forests and wooded areas, then the Rayovac AA Industrial light is the one-if you aren't interested in an L.E.D lights, which should be your first choice. You'd probably think that a Rayovac AA flashlight wouldn't be powerful enough for to light up the thick of the woods in the night and twenty feet in front of you...well, guess again!! You'd better get one and try it out. It's output is nearly as bright as a 2D Maglite in flood mode. Really! I carry it everywhere with me (knapsack). And mega shock resistant!!

So, hats off to Mag for a great run, and for making a cool and powerful light with a few self defeating faults.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple, tough, American- made and versatile
These are perfect for the car or toolbox; small, reliable, and rugged. The two-pin bulb can also be replaced with a very small LED (off-the-shelf, not a MAG product obviously) for easily reading azimuth scales on your backyard telescope while stargazing. ... Read more


4. Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00002N6SH
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 968
Average Customer Review: 3.05 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Unless you've been hiding in the dark for the last few decades, you're sure to recognize this classic from Mag Instrument. The solid dependability of Mag flashlights is hard to top, which explains why the brand is so popular with police officers, security guards, and other people who can't afford to be left in the dark. This three-D-cell model is great for home use and an essential part of any home emergency kit. It shines as bright as most homeowners could ask for, and a simple twist of the head changes the beam from a spot to a luminous floodlight. Having a Mag flashlight on hand can keep an inconvenience, like a November blackout, from becoming a small disaster. It is also a great light for illuminating the woods and keeping the bears at bay on summer camping trips. The weighty feel of a Mag-Lite also offers a sense of security in the dark that other flashlights just don't have, enough to give you the confidence to confront any basement bogeyman or mountain monster. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (21)

3-0 out of 5 stars Another Mag Lite I used to Love
The Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight was another of my past favorites that got a lot of use. Now a days, there is a lot going on with the technology of flashlights. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Maglight brand has fallen behind a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for minor emergencies NOT involving looking for criminals, terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight is perfect for a tool box but a bit too big for a deep pocket. The product is very durable and they are proven reliable. Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , the Surefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every important aspect of flashlights - usable light power, size, durability and weight. The Mag light brand just isn't keeping up with the new technology. And that's too bad for us who value product loyalty.
The Mag Instrument S3D016 Black Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight is STILL a good value and I have several in the house and the vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.
John Row

3-0 out of 5 stars " CLUNK ! "
I've bought some Mini-Mag's before, but even though Streamlight and Pelican were coming out with these new terrific lights, I realized that dealers were hard to find, and although Maglite is the older kid on the block, they are easy to find, and it's still a great light. I bought my second 3-D size at my local "Wally Mart" and went to work the next night (I do mobile security). I've owned a 3-D size before and always found it better than anything I've ever used, aside from a super Coleman 9-V lantern. Sometimes I end up in alleys, corridors, and even my favourite, fields that are growing new but under construction houses. Still, nothing makes me feel safer (super boof on the head if under aggresion by a hoodlum) and well prepared with it's great power, both in spot and flood modes.

Here comes the bad news. I almost forgot that my other light died from the same reason this one did. I have dropped both of them a few times (clumsy me), yet was reminded that these are shock resistant. Well, on a fateful day in an office building, with new batteries too, I accidently dropped my Mag and as it hit the 'carpeted' floor, it went off. I tried to turn it back on, but after a few tries and even changing the bulb just in case it was burnt out, I realized that my Mag had expired. Terrific. The other downfall is that if you drop it and it switches off while you're in the dark, good luck finding it if you're in the woods. That happened to me once, but I ALWAYS carry a backup Mini-Mag, so I found it later (it's black, and trying to find it in the woods with dark branches around isn't easy, so it's hard to find).

Take this as good advice: buy it if you are in the woods or on softer ground-two of mine died falling onto carpets. The other thing is to at least get the "silver" or "light blue" coloured versions. At least they're easier to find in moonlight. I just got the black since the black looks best. Ah, still. Hats off to Mag.

5-0 out of 5 stars Maglites are the best!!!!
Come On!!! Many people have said that this brand is just ot heavy, and that you shouldn't by it because other brands are lighter. Well, unless ur a cop, these lights are great! Perfect for camping and blackouts, especailly the mini maglite. I would recommend the 3 Cell, its not to heavy, unlike the 4, 5 and even 6 cell ones. Also, remember to register yours at Maglite.com

1-0 out of 5 stars Old Technology
These were cool once, but by today's standards the light output is very poor. My SureFire and Arc flashlights are much brighter, more robust and a fraction of the size.

1-0 out of 5 stars maglite no longer measures up
Once upon a time these were considered top of the line, mostly by law enforment that actually prized these lights because they were sturdy and they could bash people over the head with them. They were prized more for their club like appearance than the actual crappy beam that came out of them. Over the years I have discovered numerous companies that actually try to make a better light, Surefire, Streamlight, Pelican, and Arc, to name a few. These newer lights use newer technologies, new xneon bulbs and no bulbs in the case of the new led based lights. It's too bad that maglite has been left in the stoneage of lighting products and now from a competitive standpoint must use other means of competing. From recent observations mag has chosen to try to simply place lawsuits against their competitors to try to destroy these new line companies out of existence. Sorry for the rant folks but no discussion of mag can be done without mentioning their extremely distasteful business practices. So I say to mag, spend your money on research and development, improve your now pitiful lights and let your product be your ultimate statement of company direction. Fire your vast team of legal experts who continue to be a blight on the civilized world and welcome competition which you apparently find so repugnant.
so for anyone who bothered to read this, frequent the companies I mentioned above for superior lighting products and boldly step into the 21st century of lighting and see how delightful it can be. The bonus is you can still use your old maglites as clubs and weapons which they were designed to be. ... Read more


5. Mag Instrument M2A01H Black Holster AA Combo Pack Flashlight

our price: $10.49
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Asin: B00002N6SN
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 1498
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Universal Light
The first one I had was black, just like Model-T. Being dark and inside my dark overalls pocket, I forgot about it until it fell. It fell couple more times since. It is still working. It is a good size to go inside the tool box permanently. The size is also small enough to go inside where only your hand can reach. Sometimes in my line of work in seismic oil exploration I need to do come cabling, the Mini helps to get the connection right.

Bought a few more Mag lights since the first one, seeing as it is tough and rain proof. But when I travel it is the Mini that comes along instead of the Mag Solitaire because the AA size batteries is the most universally available battery you can find in most countries.

Torch (flashlight to you guys in US) is like penknives, tend to need it in an emergency. So one lives with the Leatherman, one in the car glove box, the old one still in the tool box.

Yeah, I have held the torch in my lips too in the past but now recommend a headband by Nite Ize to turn it into a headlamp. Another item worth considering if you go hiking a lot is the Nite Ize "Pock-its". This is a holster for Mini Mag Light and Leatherman, spare batteries.

5-0 out of 5 stars Last forever, so far
This very portable flashlight is heavy and sturdy. It has been dropped several times, with no damage to the glass. The illumination is also quite strong for the size of the flashlight, and will last for several weeks of use without a battery change. This is easily the most durable flashlight of its kind; you are likely to lose it before you damage it.

5-0 out of 5 stars SUPERB LITTLE WONDER
IT'S AN AMAZING FLASHLIGHT FOR THE SIZE. IT HAS THE LITE INTENSITY OF A ORDINARY TWIN D-CELL FASHLIGHT AND WILL LAST EVEN LONGER. THE ABILITY TO ADJUST THE BEAM IS FANTASTIC AND IT'S SMALL SIZE MEANS I CAN CARRY IT WITH ME CONSTANTLY. HIGH QUALITY AND VALUE FOR THE BUCK ARE IT'S BEST POINTS.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great light with little known feature
All the mag lites share solid aluminum construction and rubber o-ring seals.

What sets the mini mag off from the other mag lites is its size (easy to hold with teeth while working under car, sink, etc) and one little known feature - "candle" mode. You adjust the beam focus by rotating the mini mag's head, but if you continue turning the head pops off; you are left with the handle and the exposed bulb, which is now throwing light in all directions - it is a "candle". Flip the head over, place it on the ground/table - it is now a "candle holder". Stick the candle into the candle holder. Instant candle for camping. (These directions are actually on the mini mag's packaging, but it wasn't until I had bought my third mini mag (one for car, kitchen, daypack) that I noticed. This is actually a great trick to show other mini mag owners... they also threw their packaging away without looking it. The larger mag lights don't have this feature.)

Two mini mags in the candle mode do a good job on a picnic table at night... so get two of them... they're cheap.

5-0 out of 5 stars So good, I can't keep them
I love this thing. I'm not a hardcore tool guy but this little light is incredibly handy. It's beam is brighter and has a sharper focus than you'd expect form a flashlight this size. It weighs next to nothing which means it's easy to hold in your teeth when you don't have a free hand.

If it's any testament to how great these lights are, I've had three of them "borrowed" from me and never returned.

This light and my Leatherman are just about the only tools I ever need. ... Read more


6. Mag Instrument S6D036 Red 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight
list price: $36.00
our price: $21.88
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Asin: B000056BMF
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 3700
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited Lifetime warranty
  • High quality rugged aluminum case
  • Spare bulb conveniently placed in tailcap of light
  • Light adjusts from flood to spot with just a twist of the head
  • All joints sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Only one annoying thing
I purchased a red 6D model. It is an OK torch but, as with all Maglites, they have that annoying black spot in the middle of the beam in flood-light mode (caused by the reflection against the bulb) which I find personally annoying.

The 6D is a little difficult to grip so I got one of those rubber "Grip n Clip" slip on holders(made specifically for Maglite D-size torches) ...and it is now a pleasure to carry around.

The 6D is definitely not a "night sun" as one of the other reviewers on this page noted but it is bright enough for my purposes(mainly taking my dog for a walk at night).

All in all, I'm happy with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Ultimate Flashlight
Don't look for any fancy camping and hiking features here. This is Maglite - the most robust, simply designed, durable flashlight ever. All except the tiniest maglites share a number of common features: super-bright bulbs, waterproof seals, a twistable head which adjusts the spread of the beam from spot to flood, and a spare bulb in a padded compartment in the base. This is the big daddy of the bunch, taking a full 6 D-cells, and satisfying long and heavy. You'll feel like a nightwatchman! Also available in 4D and 5D sizes for those with smaller biceps. ... Read more


7. Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy Duty 4 D-Cell Flashlight
list price: $25.99
our price: $19.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00002N6SI
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 174
Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Bright lights, burly cases, fail-safe on/off switches, virtual indestructibility: there are very good reasons to rave about Mag Instrument flashlights. It goes without saying that a flashlight defeats its own purpose if it can't be trusted, which is why so many people spend a little extra for this four D-cell Mag-Lite. We've dropped ours off ladders, kicked it down stairs--just generally abused the thing--and it lights up now just as readily as it did when we first turned it on. Speaking of which, the on/off switch is one of the first things to fail on generic flashlights. Mag-Lite's switch is rubber coated and weather protected; frankly, it seems incapable of ever wearing out, even after thousands of clicks. Plus, twisting the flashlight's head gives you an option between a tight beam and a floodlight. More importantly, the combination of a supertough krypton gas lamp and high-quality reflectors provides unusually bright light. There's also an extra lamp in the tail cap so you've always got a backup--how many other flashlights deliver that?

But the Mag's indestructibility is its main selling point. Mag Instrument builds its flashlights with ultrastrong aluminum alloy cases that have been anodized both inside and out to resist rust. High-quality O-rings at both openings keep water away from the batteries. It's hard to imagine damaging one of these lights. Think of it this way: if, as one of our customers suggests, there were a kingdom of flashlights, Mag-Lite would be crowned king. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars The only kind of flashlight I'm using.
I love Mag flashlights, and especially this one.

It's strong, the four D batteries dont run out quickly, has an on/off switch (unlike smaller Mag models), and doesnt generate much heat.

When electricity blacks-out, the torch mode of this flash light (the lense can be taken off) is very useful - I can continue studying / reading / writing for some while, as the light is strong enough.

I bought it about a year ago, as a small insurance in case the Y2K bug would have taken the electricity down, and it proved itself useful since.

4-0 out of 5 stars As a Brit might say: "This is one bloody-good torch"!
Dear Sirs & Madams:
Re: 4D-Cell MAG HVY-DUTY FLASHLIGHT
This is perhaps the best of all "torches" available, and at a bloody-good price...I am certain that not only the Yanks use these lites, but Scotland Yard AND OTHERS must also as well. Not only does this top-drawer product provide the light sufficent for any night needs and/or exposure of deeds, but by its own heft, it is also quite a good headknoker (without damage... to the lite) should one require such in a pinch.
This product's pros are also a part of its cons: It is bright-white light, it is well constructed, and it is durable. It is also large and heavy. At the same time this product does not put in harm's-way: an officer, a citizen, or a suspect.
I would not want to be without my ole MAG-Torch if it will turn the trick, rather than fire-power: indeed you can jolly well take this conviction to the bank...indeed!

1-0 out of 5 stars Maglite didn't follow through with my warranty request!
3 weeks ago, I contacted Maglite for a replacement switch for my 4-D flashlight, in which the switch failed. The customer service rep asked me for my serial number, which I gave her and she assured me that I could get a replacement switch. I gave her my name and address and she said that a shipment had just gone out, and it would be in the next shipment. That was fine with me. Days turned into weeks. Still no part. More days went by. STILL no part in the mail.

Hmmmm. Is this how long time customers are treated? I previous owned a variety of their flashlights, from an AAA Solitaire to a 5-D flashlight, at least 5 in total. My dad has purchased in the neighborhood of 15 or more himself, starting in about '86 when someone else turned him onto Maglites.

Customer support is as important to me as the product itself. Has customer support become a casualty of a tough economy?

This long-time customer will have to look at alternatives the next time he's buying a flashlight.

3-0 out of 5 stars The Brontosauraus of MagLites!
My Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy Duty 4 D-Cell Flashlight got a lot of use. This is the one (and the 6D-Cell) light that lots of law enforcement carried. It was effective as a flashlight and as a tool if the use of force needed to be escalated in subduing a BG (Bad Guy) - Orders given with confidence and with commanding voice, physical force including night stick or Mag Light, side arm, shot gun).
There is a lot going on within the technology of flashlights recently. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Mag has fallen from grace a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for police / emt INCLUDING looking for criminals,
terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy Duty 4 D-Cell Flashlightt is very durable and they are proven reliable. But even the police and emt and military are switching over to more tecnologically advanced products and techniques to go along with the new equipment.. They have to. Their lives and the lives of others depend on the best equipment available. And for a long time that was Mag Light.
Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , theSurefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every importantant aspect of flashlights - usable light power, size and weight.
The Mag Instrument S4D016 Black Heavy Duty 4 D-Cell Flashlight is a good value and I have several in the house and the vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.
John Row

5-0 out of 5 stars It's Simply the Best
The superior lite for a guy or a gal. It never lets you down at any season. ... Read more


8. Mag Instrument K3A016 Black Mag-Lite AAA Solitaire Flashlight
list price: $9.99
our price: $3.89
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Asin: B00002N9ET
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 20
Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

Here's a nice little light in a tough little package. It's perfect for quick, occasional use, say, to shed some light on a dark keyhole. The built-in key lanyard is long enough to let you use your key and the beam at the same time, and the beam width adjust with an easy turn from spotlight to flood. It's compact enough for a pocket and tough enough to tumble around in a briefcase, backpack or handbag—-it's corrosion-resistant, too. We especially like the extra bulb packed right in the end compartment, so you won't get caught without a light. Granted, the beam could be beefier, but for its purpose, it's a great little flashlight.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not easily improved upon!
I bought a MagLite solitaire and a 2 D-cell (both black) for my dorm room in college, last september. Both flashlights are running on the original batteries, although the D-cell has seen more use and needs a change :-D This flashlight is wonderful for the price, bright, waterproof and tougher than heck! The anodized aluminum body resists chipping and rust.. which is your humble reviewer's only gripe. The small size of the flashlight may tempt a user to put it in his mouth for hands-free operation. While this works wonderfully (though may taste a bit odd) I would recommend putting a piece of tubing over the body of the flashlight to prevent wearing down or chipping the teeth. My only other advice is, you get what you pay for in batteries too, so feed your maglite good ones and you will see the difference. Beyond that I'd say this light is just about perfect in terms of small flashlights.

3-0 out of 5 stars Bright Mag "brat" burns out fast
The Mag Solitare is definitely a recommendation for a present to anyone, especially loved ones who need a handy little light for any reason (from finding keys to somehow ending up in the forest behind their house looking for Fizgig the lost family cat and didn't bring a regular flashlight but have their keychain on them). It's a bright sucker and has a spot to flood beam. For a small flashlight, that's a generous feature. It comes with a spare bulb in the cap (nice) and a carrying strap / loop for your keychain (of course). It also comes in, I believe five shades too. Now...for the annoying parts.

I had to replace at least two due to this fact: the battery compartment hopper is the part of the light that's attatched to the keychain. It's so easy to unwind and open, that after all that jiggling your keychain does, it comes off very soon. Sometimes I'd remember to check it, and sometimes, I'd be left with just the cap and no light in sight. Also, this light is a battery thirsty little devil. After a good half hour of on/off use here and there, that little light becomes a pale friend. Terrific.

So, that said, is this light recommended? Yes-if you have a fresh new extra battery on you (in the car, or your purses...ladies), and if you check the battery knob every few days and tighten it regularily. Mean it.

Take care of your Solitare, or it's lights out.

1-0 out of 5 stars If you buy, hope like hell yours doesn't break!
3 weeks ago, I contacted Maglite for a replacement switch for my 4-D flashlight, in which the switch failed. The customer service rep asked me for my serial number, which I gave her and she assured me that I could get a replacement switch. I gave her my name and address and she said that a shipment had just gone out, and it would be in the next shipment. That was fine with me. Days turned into weeks. Still no part. More days went by. STILL no part in the mail.

Hmmmm. Is this how long time customers are treated? I previous owned a variety of their flashlights, from an AAA Solitaire to a 5-D flashlight, at least 5 in total. My dad has purchased in the neighborhood of 15 or more himself, starting in about '86 when someone else turned him onto Maglites.

Customer support is as important to me as the product itself. Has customer support become a casualty of a tough economy?

This long-time customer will have to look at alternatives the next time he's buying a flashlight.

1-0 out of 5 stars Well built, but useless
The Solitaire is relatively well built, but the poor beam makes it useless. Its not bright even with fresh batteries, and it QUICKLY dims. There is almost no sidespill, even when adjusted to wide beam. It eats up batteries, and has very poor beam quality.

This is the only Maglite model that I rate as below satisfactory. It flat out fails.

There are better options out there. Arc flashlights are very bright for their size, reliable, and have a good beam. They use LED bulbs that never burn out. Plus, they are semi-regulated so that they maintain their brightness for longer periods than the Solitaire. Other pocket lights worth looking at are Photon Microlights and the CMG Sonic (both use LED bulbs). Shop around, decide what works best for you and is in your price range.

That said, I cannot recommend the Mag Solitaire regardless of price. Its poor beam and dim output make it all but useless.

1-0 out of 5 stars Fragile and dim
These are cheap, but the bulbs are very dim and prone to breaking. I'd carry one in my pocket, but every time I came to use it I'd find that the bulb had gone. There are much better lights out there - some of the best are made by ARC. ... Read more


9. Mag Instrument M2A98H Purple AA Holster Combo Pack Flashlight
list price: $14.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004SZ5Q
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 1889
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Camper's delight!
This is a very fine flashlight. It puts out a surprising amount of light for its size. The beam is adjustable from wide and diffuse to narrow and focused. You can also remove the lens and it becomes omnidirectional, perfect when you're in a tent. The holster keeps it within reach at all times, instead of feeling around on the ground in the dark for it. I use it a lot more than my larger maglight for just this reason. The batteries last a lot longer than in other brands of small flashlights, and you get considerably more light as well. A must own for any outdoors fan, and a bargain as well. ... Read more


10. Mag Instrument ARXX075 6-Volt Ni-Cad Battery Pack

our price: $25.99
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Asin: B00002N9ES
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 2624
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Replacement battery for RX1019 rechargeable flashlight.
  • Lasts up to 1,000 hours of battery life

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars CHEAPER AT ZBATTERY.COM
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5-0 out of 5 stars Wow! What a great battery pack!
I have been using my Rechargable Mag light with the Ni-Cad Battery Pack for over five years. It charges when I am not using the light and when I pick it up to use the light these batteries really hold a charge. I take it on trips without even bringing the charger. It is one of my favorite tools. The battery does not leak and it is ZERO trouble. I recommend this light and battery pack for everyone. Portable, rugged, dependable and very useful. ... Read more


11. Mag Instrument S3C016 Black Heavy-Duty 3 C-Cell Flashlight

our price: $17.88
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Asin: B00002N6SK
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 4525
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great item
Great size and light power..I use flashlights for work and this 3 C battery model has been my favorite for years.

5-0 out of 5 stars great piece of work
Mag lite flashlights to me are the best that are on the market today for the money. This 3 "C" cell flashlight is alot more lightweight than its heavier counterparts and is very bright, don't let its size fool you this is a very powerful flashlight and it is also constructed from high quality aircraft aluminum and is waterproof. I give it my full endorsement to anyone who is interested.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent flashlight - good price
I keep one of these flashlights in both of my vehicles. They provide a lot of light from a fairly small package. Buying the "C" battery version allows you all of the benefits of a Maglight - brightness, durability, etc. but its light weight makes it less cumbersome to carry. You won't find a better flashlight that this.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mag Light
You wont be sorry if you buy A mag light. We just bought the 3 cell mag light for my father in laws birthday. My husband already has one they are very nice.and last forever . I think its the best flashlight we have ever owned.... ... Read more


12. Mag Instrument M2A11H AA Blue Holster Combo Pack Flashlight

our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004SZ5P
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 1159
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars It's a mag
I've had one of these for a while. It's very reliable, durable & convinient because of it's size. The worst that has ever happened to my maglite was for the bulb to break when I was busy messing around with it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best flashlight ever
I can't reiterate enough what the other reviewers have said about the mini-mag Light. I own about 4 or 5 of these things and they are great. I have previously owned maybe 15 to 20 other plastic flashlights in the past and all have bit the dust. Broken case is the number 1 reason due to a drop or being stepped on. For some other reason, these others have crummy switches which fail easily. NOT THE MAG LIGHT. The switch is simple and tough (I know since I've taken it apart) The battery life is great, the case is highly durable. I love the candle mode (i.e. take the head off completely) I have also mixed and matched parts from different colors to make mine unique. My 3 year old son loves his and it is easy for him to turn on or off. He is really rough with his toys, but has never stopped the mini mag. (Warning - kids do like to take the head of the light off which exposes the lamp. If the lamp breaks, then it could be dangerous to them.) Finally, the spare bulb in the tail piece is awesome, very handy. When I replace the bulb (which is needed sometimes) I always make sure there is a good spare in the tail piece. I could go on and on. If you're looking for a cool gift, or need some extra light, buy a few of them. They are the best. ... Read more


13. Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B000056BME
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 322
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited Lifetime warranty
  • High quality rugged aluminum case
  • Spare bulb conveniently placed in tailcap of light
  • Light adjusts from flood to spot with just a twist of the head
  • All joints sealed with O-rings to prevent moisture

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars The company ignores their warranty requests.
3 weeks ago, I contacted Maglite for a replacement switch for my 4-D flashlight, in which the switch failed. The customer service rep asked me for my serial number, which I gave her and she assured me that I could get a replacement switch. I gave her my name and address and she said that a shipment had just gone out, and it would be in the next shipment. That was fine with me. Days turned into weeks. Still no part. More days went by. STILL no part in the mail.

Hmmmm. Is this how long time customers are treated? I previous owned a variety of their flashlights, from an AAA Solitaire to a 5-D flashlight, at least 5 in total. My dad has purchased in the neighborhood of 15 or more himself, starting in about '86 when someone else turned him onto Maglites.

Customer support is as important to me as the product itself. Has customer support become a casualty of a tough economy?

This long-time customer will have to look at alternatives the next time he's buying a flashlight.

5-0 out of 5 stars You couldn't break it if you tried.
You could use this thing as a baseball bat and it would still shine bright and strong EVERYTIME. Hands down the best flashlite, period.

3-0 out of 5 stars Carry this for a few years & you'll walk like John Wayne too
Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight. Over the years, I just needed and "HAD TO HAVE" that bigger flashlight! It's a guy thing. This is the one light that lots of law enforcement carried. It was effective as a flashlight and as a tool if the use of force needed to be escalated in subduing a BG (Bad Guy) - Orders given with confidence and with commanding voice, physical force including night stick or Mag Light, side arm, shot gun).
There is a lot going on within the technology of flashlights recently. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Mag has fallen from grace a bit technologically, but is still a great flashlight for police / emt INCLUDING looking for and if need be using the light defensively as a weapon on criminals, cockroaches / terrorists or signalling for a chopper pick up. The Mag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight is very durable and they are proven reliable. But even the police and emt and military are switching over to more tecnologically advanced products and techniques to go along with the new equipment.. They have to. Their lives and the lives of others depend on the best equipment available. And for a long time that was Mag Light.
Don't get me wrong. I've depended on Mag lites of all sizes for years. But head to head , theSurefire brands have quickly surpassed Mag lite in every important aspect of flashlights - usable light power, smaller size and lighter weight.
TheMag Instrument S6D016 Black 6D Cell MagLite Flashlight is a good value and I have several in the house and the larger trunks of some of my vehicles. But they're being replaced by Surefires as they wear out.

John Row

5-0 out of 5 stars The best!
MagLites have been and no doubt always will be the best flashlights ever made!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Lite Yet
I bought this 6-cell MagLite for my boyfriend as a gift. He now keeps it next to him all day. This is the brightest and 'badest' light out there. We also own two 4-cell MagLites, but this is by far the best value. I recommend it to anyone for the indoors or outdoor activities. ... Read more


14. Mag Instrument S2D016 Black Heavy-Duty 2 D-Cell Flashlight
list price: $18.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00002N6SG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 438
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Long-time customer's first time warranty claim ignored!
3 weeks ago, I contacted Maglite for a replacement switch for my 4-D flashlight, in which the switch failed. The customer service rep asked me for my serial number, which I gave her and she assured me that I could get a replacement switch. I gave her my name and address and she said that a shipment had just gone out, and it would be in the next shipment. That was fine with me. Days turned into weeks. Still no part. More days went by. STILL no part in the mail.

Hmmmm. Is this how long time customers are treated? I previous owned a variety of their flashlights, from an AAA Solitaire to a 5-D flashlight, at least 5 in total. My dad has purchased in the neighborhood of 15 or more himself, starting in about '86 when someone else turned him onto Maglites.

Customer support is as important to me as the product itself. Has customer support become a casualty of a tough economy?

This long-time customer will have to look at alternatives the next time he's buying a flashlight.

2-0 out of 5 stars Okay for the price, but significantly outdated technology
Positives:
* built like a tank
* reliable
* Well designed switch

Negatives:

* extremely poor beam quality (full of holes and rings, yellow-brown beam color)
* old technology (doesn't use a Luxeon star LED bulb)
* Very little usable sidespill

Overall: For a $20'ish light, its fine for the average person that is satisfied with a mediocre flashlight. However, the excessively poor beam quality (yellow beam that turns brown as the batteries dim, plus rings and holes in the beam) and mediocre sidespill really take lots away from this outdated flashlight.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best
What else can I add to the growing great reviews for this product?

All I can say is that this is one of the best flash lights I have ever used. I like it so much that I bought two of these: one for work and one for my car.

I work the night shift. I use the work one often. It is bright and very solid. The size is just about right. It is not too big like its larger brothers, but just big enough to feel secure while holding it.

A great value! If you are looking to buy a flashlight, look no further. This is the perfect one for the home consumer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Imminently durable
I've had my Mag 2 D-cell flashlight for over 10 years now, and it still works flawlessly. While other flashlights have rotted, rusted, or just plain broken, my Mag still shines. It's literally the last flashlight you'll need to buy.

The fact that you can adjust the beam from a broad floodlight to a focused spotlight is nice, though I've found that mine doesn't focus into a small, even circle as well as I would like.

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific Flashlight For Home And Vehicle!
Anyone who lives as far out in the rural countryside as I do gets accustomed to power interruptions, whether they are due to downed power lines from ice storms, someone hitting a key telephone pole and knocking out a transformer, or is the result of one of the occassional electrical storms we have during the warmer months of the year. In any and all of these circumstances I can always depend on my collection of mag-lights to see me through the darkness of the house in order to light my well-used candles and oil lamps until the power is finally restored. I also have one in each of my two trucks, and when I recently narrowly missed hitting a startled deer late at night and went off the road into a muddy field, the trusty mag light was invaluable in helping me find a winching point to pull myself out of the muddy gully. So, whether it is a venture down into the blackened hole my basement becomes late at night, or finding my way to the bathroom in the middle of the night, I can always depend on my mag lights to candle-power my way wherever I am going. I have four or five of the middle-sized ones like the one displayed here, but actually also have three or four of the largest ones as well. I love mine, and although I seem to misplace at least one or two a year, I always have an ample supply of both mag-lights and replacement batteries because I find they are absolutely essential out here in the woods. Get one today. ... Read more


15. Mag Instrument LR00001 Replacement Halogen Lamp for Mag-Lite Rechargeable Flashlight
list price: $0.00
our price: $6.29
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Asin: B00004U4N9
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 3905
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Features

  • Halogen lamp
  • Maximizes brightness
  • Extends battery life

16. Mag Instrument ASXD026 D-Cell Flashlight Mounting Bracket

our price: $6.29
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Asin: B00002N9ER
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 1322
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Works with D-cell flashlights
  • Two brackets

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Design - overall quality is good
This is a great addition to the Maglight flashlight, you can mount it in your car & always have your flashlight handy. The overall construction quality is good but will break if not used with some degree of care. I have had (1) clip break out of 4 pairs in three years. I highly recommend these mounting clips for convenience & just wish they were made a little bit more heavy duty.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for a Van or a Garage
I have used these before, but the price here was great. Mag has figured just the right tension on the clips to hold the flashlight secure, yet make it easy to grab often. I have used these for several years. I have tried others, but these are the best.

2-0 out of 5 stars Cheap
Poor quality plastic brackets .Not up to mag light standards.

4-0 out of 5 stars Keeps my Flashlight handy...
I have a set of these mounting brackets bolted to my garage workbench and can always count on finding my Maglite flashlight just where I left it - safe and secure. The plastic seems a bit fragile, but in the two years that I have used them, I have never had a failure. The flashlight securely snaps into place and is not in danger of falling out.

If I were to do it again, I'd buy a set of these in a minute. It functions well and does the job for which it was intended.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money at all
Both my wife and my electrician managed to break a pair of these. Unless you are really careful when setting the light in place, they give away. It's the cheapest of plastics and does not take a beating. ... Read more


17. Mag Instrument S2D036 Red Heavy-Duty 2 D-Cell Flashlight
list price: $18.99
our price: $17.49
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Asin: B00004SZ5S
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 3315
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (12)

3-0 out of 5 stars D-Cell flashlight doesn't hold a candle to the rechargables!
The construction of MagLite flashlights is great. However, if you really need some "juice", get yourself a rechargable version. They are a lot more pricey (around $100), but if you really need a flashlight for work -- it is well worth it. Many police officers (like myself) use rechargable MagLites. They typically hold a charge throughout an 8 hour shift and are a LOT brighter. They are rugged and reliable -- the D-cell type make good "back-up" lights though.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Flashlight on the Market
If you want to buy the best flashlight on the market, then the MagLight Flashlight is the one you want to purchase. The beam is very bright and it is adjustable. This flashlight is almost indestructible. My MagLight has been hit, dropped in water, and fallen from the roof of a house and is still working perfectly. It even comes with a lifetime warranty. I have had several flashlights throughout the years, but this is without a doubt the best flashlight I have ever owned.

5-0 out of 5 stars Flashlight perfection
Need a flashlight? Contemplating whether to buy the El Cheapo plastic flashlight, or the Mag? Get the Mag if you can afford it. After all, you get what you pay for, and with the Mag, you get the embodyment of flashlight perfection.

Just the weight of the Mag with batteries in it gives me a sense of satisfaction (for some reason). It is a heft bugger, but that's why it's so durable. The light is also crisp and powerful.

Need I say more?

5-0 out of 5 stars DYNO-MITE
The best flashlight in the world. Almost too pretty to bang around the shop. All the pro's use them( police,fire,mt rescue etc)because these things are bullet proof and built to last. From it's self cleaning switch to it's on board bulb storage and rubber seals this thing is a work of art.Do yourself a favor and buy a Mag Instrument.

Now get out there and light up the night.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous flashlight in an indestructible case
I own four of these 2 D-Cell mag lights. There's one in each of my cars, and one on each floor of my home.

They are bright, focusable, and it always turns on without fail. No more shaking your flashlight to keep it lit! It's well weighted, so you won't get tired by carrying it, and dropping it won't break the lens or the case.

We also purchased an orange plastic cone that attaches to the front like many police officers have for directing traffic, which makes this flashlight perfect for walking at dusk or at night.

Highly recommended! ... Read more


18. Mag Instrument S2D116 Blue Heavy-Duty 2 D-Cell Flashlight
list price: $18.99
our price: $17.49
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Asin: B00004SZ5T
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 1664
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars Once great now a relic.
While the quality of the build of this instrument is top notch, the technology is outdated. Several companies have improved the beam quality, bulb life and electrical reliability of similar products. Solid state technology (LED light) has made the standard D-cell light a dim unreliable unit. The company has rested on it's laurels for too long. Other companies have made brighter smaller longer life units in standard bulb (incandescent) and solid state (LED) formats for a number of years now. See companies like Streamlight, SureFire, Brinkmann and search for "LED Flashlights" for the whole array of new technologies.

Most of my Mag Lights have been retired in favor of LED technology lights with comparable output plus extended battery life and bulbs that last for 50,000 plus hours. Mag faces the risk of becoming the 8-track version of the flashlight in my opinion.

5-0 out of 5 stars a work of art that works!
this truly is a work of art! the best flashlite money can buy,its been there for me in many dark places..

5-0 out of 5 stars The best flashlights bar none!
This is Maglite - the most robust, simply designed, durable flashlight ever. All except the tiniest maglites share a number of common features: super-bright bulbs, waterproof seals, a twistable head which adjusts the spread of the beam from spot to flood, and a spare bulb in a padded compartment in the base. This is the 2D-cell version, portable but still satisfyingly solid in feel. Larger versions take 3, 4 or even 6 D-cells.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Standard For Flashlights
What can you say about a MagLite, they're almost indestructable, very reliable and come with a spare lamp in the back. You are far more likely to have yours stolen or lost than to break it. Heck, you could probably even open coconuts with it!

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE THIS FLASHLIGHT!
Hey all you people out there that are looking for a great, useful, and durable flashlight! This is the one that you are looking for! it comes in a nice color with style! and is very resistant to most damaging collisions! It can also change its light concentration to wide to narrow and also has a candle mode which is very hefty when it comes it sticky situations. this flashlight is by far the best i ever had and will ever have! its virtually undestructable and keeps on working! and it comes with a spare lightbulb which is cool! i highly recommend this flashlight to anyone! this one is the one to buy! or you can get its relatives which come in different colors and sizes. the price is just right for such a great product that with last you generations to come! ... Read more


19. Mag Instrument S3D986 Purple Heavy Duty 3 D-Cell Flashlight
list price: $24.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004SZ5Y
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 6955
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Precision-machined, high strength aluminum alloy case
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

20. Mag Instrument M3A016 Black AAA Mini MagLite Flashlight
list price: $11.99
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B00002N6SF
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
Sales Rank: 1839
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • High intensity adjustable light beam
  • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
  • Candle mode feature for hands free light
  • Spare lamp in the tail cap

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cute, cute, cute....
When my husband received this as a gift....I promptly stole it from him. It is nice and light and you can keep it in your purse or in the glove box in the car. If your headlights went out you could use it to drive by...just kidding. The light output is very impressive. I like this size since the larger 4 and 5 battery sizes are very heavy. I wish they would dream up something besides the diamond-knurled grip. It gives me the same feeling as chalk scrapping on a chalkboard does!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best Mag Light
This one is just as bright as the AA Mini MagLite and is considerably thinner and lighter. Extremely durable. I've had one for several years now and it's taken quite a beating in the car and in my toolbox.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable little light
This is the perfect size light to carry with you in your pocket, for whatever you need to do. In my case, I use it to examine patients in my work as a doctor. The beam is strong and it has not failed me yet. Highly recommended- with Mag, you can't go wrong.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for medical professionals.
If you're like me, you're always shining lights into people's eyes, ears, and mouth in clinic and on the wards. It's important when checking pupillary reactivity to have a strong, even, consistent light that you can trust!

This light fits the bill perfectly. It clips into your whitecoat breast pocket and stays there. It comes in several stylish colors. And the ability to manually focus the light allows you to eliminate annoying 'hot spots' and 'cold spots' in the beam, common with cheap penlights, that might lead the naive medical student to miscall an afferent pupillary defect on the difficult 'swinging-flashlight' test!

I've been caring for patients with my Mini MagLite for more than 3 years. I'd urge you to do the same!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for camping
I used this light for years when I led camping trips with inner city teens. It worked out perfectly when trying to negotiate a small tent. You can hold it in your mouth to direct it's light or use the candle feature. Either way it's small size and ruggedness was exactly what I needed. ... Read more


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