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Great Light, November 10, 2010

NEBO Tools - 5557 Redline LED Flashlight With Magnetic Base Type: Flashlight Selling Unit: Each Specifications: Settings: 220 lumens / 110 lumens / 22 lumens / S.O.S
This has to be the best light for the price range. You can always find something better but your going to pay 2 to 5 times more. At 220 lumens and if the air is calm and not dusty I could to almost see up to 200 yards. For the money and what I received I am 100% happy and would recomend to anyone.

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If there was any lingering question, this Redline flashlight from Nebo is a testament to how far LED technology has come. Gone are the days when LED flashlights put out only a fraction of the light of incandescents. This compact flashlight, 4 3/8 inches long and 1 3/8 inches in diameter, puts out 220 lumens of white lights and has 5 modes. You can use it at 220 lumens, 110 lumens, 22 lumens, SOS mode, or strobe mode. The SOS (Morse code) and strobe might be handy for emergencies if you carry the flashlight in the car. At 220 lumens, the flashlight produces an amazing amount of light that can illuminate my entire living room. The 22-lumen mode is good when you want to find your way without disturbing everyone around you with a blinding light.The Redline also has a 4x adjustable beam, which is adjusted by turning a bezel near the front of the light. Nebo claims that the focused spotlight will shine up to 150 yards. It has a nifty ring around the front that glows red when the...
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It falls short in other areas.If you are looking for a very bright light that doesn't cost too much then stop reading, don't watch the video, and click "Add to Cart". You won't be disappointed.This light appears attractive for two characteristics:1) It's "tactical"; and2) It's a lot of light (220 lumens claimed) for a reasonable cost (around $25).The problem is, it's not really a tactical light and you can get lights that are almost as bright for far less.The accompanying video does two things. First, using a "real" tactical light, it shows features found on a typical tactical light that is widely used in tactical situations. Granted, the sample light costs several times more than the Nebo and that the reality if you are looking for a light that is tactical in more than its name.The second part of the video provides a beam comparison between the Nebo and a...
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This has to be the best light for the price range. You can always find something better but your going to pay 2 to 5 times more. At 220 lumens and if the air is calm and not dusty I could to almost see up to 200 yards. For the money and what I received I am 100% happy and would recomend to anyone.
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