TerraLUX TLF-3C2AAEX LightStar220 3-Watt LED Aluminum Flashlight

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Top 10 Flashlight and very cheap price tools product.

  • Features two light modes: high and low
  • Operates on 2 AA batteries, which are included
  • Includes wrist strap, pocket clip, and nylon holster
  • Has a six-hour run time
  • Features bright white three-watt LED light and 220 lumens

Flashlight Product Description

TerraLUX LightStar220 3-Watt LED Aluminum Flashlight has 2 light modes that is high and low. It operates on 2 AA battery and includes wrist strap, pocket clip and nylon holster. This flashlight is of 220 lumens and has 6 hours of run time. it has bright white 3 watt LED flashlight.

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  1. A. Frisina says:
    85 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    My favorite flashlight, November 26, 2010
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    A. Frisina (Gilbert, AZ USA) –
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    This review is from: TerraLUX TLF-3C2AAEX LightStar220 3-Watt LED Aluminum Flashlight (Tools & Home Improvement)

    First, let me tell you that I am a bit of a flashlight nut. I have many. I often debate with others what to look for in a flashlight. This is not the smallest light, nor the brightest. However, I have looked long and far for something just like this one.

    Here is what I like in a light:
    1. Powered by traditional batteries. Yes, it’s true that the (much) more expensive lithium cr123a batteries pack more punch, and have a longer shelf life, but the cost is ridiculous. I use this light a lot – hours each day. I want a light that is powered by easy to find and inexpensive batteries, or even better, easily found rechargeables. I use Sanyo Eneloop batteries. Very very good.
    2. Small size. I carry this around with me much of the time at work, and need something I can have on my belt, or back pocket. This one is a great size. It’s a little heavy, but that is due to the amazingly thick body. It is seriously beefy.
    3. Tactical switch. I like it. That’s all. I prefer the button on the back, and this one feels great. It’s rubber, and have a nice solid feel. Click it once for on, press it lightly to toggle between high and low, and click it again to turn it off. It defaults to the high setting when first turned on, which is good. You DO NOT need to cycle through high and low to turn it off.
    4. Intensity. I challenge you to find another light this bright (220 lumens) powered by AA batteries. This thing is truly amazing.

    I purchased my first one at a local AC/Heating supply house while working part time in that industry. It was almost $50, but looked like a nice light, and I was not disappointed. It has taken lots of abuse, and seems no worse for the wear, except for the corners getting warn of its anodized coating.

    I liked it so much, that I tell everyone about it. Recently, I found a need for a second one, and found it here for little more than $30. What a great buy.

    I have had my original for about 2 years and have had no issues. It really is as good as it sounds: 2 AA batteries producing 220 lumens of intense light. Highly recommended.

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  2. W. Crawford says:
    93 of 103 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best AA light for the money!, February 2, 2009
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    W. Crawford (Transylvania) –
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    This review is from: TerraLUX TLF-3C2AAEX LightStar220 3-Watt LED Aluminum Flashlight (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Paid about $35 including shipping on this.

    eBay has it for about a dollar less if you want to risk it. You do not have to pay the $65 tag you see under the photo here on Amazon. Just look at the multiple sellers listed. My seller sold at $29, plus shipping.

    Bright as hell! Reviewer that says he questions the 220 lumens rating?

    Maybe, something was wrong with his, but not mine. There is also an older version of this light rated at 180 lumens. Maybe, he got one of those instead. It looks exactly the same, but probably has a Luxeon in it. The older ones I’ve seen though were always a green metallic color.

    It’s 220! Don’t look into it! Blinding. Shine it up into the sky at night, looks like a light saber able to reach aircraft. It’s definately as bright as my tri-Luxeon Rebel 90, Mflare 4D, 500 lumen light on its low setting of (220-250 lumens).

    Machining and finish are superb.

    The only thing, I’m not so sure about is the plastic lanyard ring around the tube between the buttcap and the body. Just seems “in the way”, and the only “cheap”, or plastic part of the light.

    Other than that, this is the lowest priced, highest power, finest finish, refined, 2AA light you’ll find at $30!

    This thing leaves a MiniMag LED, 2, 3-cell AA, or any of the D-cell LED Mags in disgrace!

    A short burn time on this small, powerful torch, but I accept that because I wanted big power in a small package using off-the-shelf batteries. I don’t use a light for work or daily so I don’t want to get into recharging to obatain the other small, powerful, lithium based torches. Although to reach say 900+ lumens in a palm sized torch, more powerful batteries must be utilized.

    This is a fantastic light for anyone who wants small, and super-powerful, but doesn’t want to deal with chargers, etc. Just keep a big, bulk pack of alkalines handy if you want to burn this mutha on high.

    If you do want to save on battery costs and recharge, the great thing is that the new “precharged” NiMHs can hold a charge longer than the rechargeable Lithiums if the light sits idle.

    Nice trophy addition to my growing collection of about 15, stock, LED lights, all able to use off-the-shelf batteries, most Luxeons, and a few Crees:

    1 Mflare 4D (500 lumens), but same length as a Maglite 3D
    1 Maglite 3D (about 80-100 lumens), 3W LED upgrade
    1 Maglite 2D (about 60 lumens), 3W LED upgrade
    2 Palm Blaze 3C (130 lumens)
    1 Rayovac Extreme 3C Cree XE(150 lumens)
    2 Eveready Emergency 2C,2AA,or 2AAA 4xLED (50 lumens)
    1 Coleman LED MAX 3AAA (115 lumens)
    1 Terralux 2AA Cree XE (220 lumens)
    2 Generic 1AA 1W (35 lumens)
    2 Generic 1AAA 1W (35 lumens)
    1 Coleman Family Lantern 8D Cree XE (175 lumens)

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  3. J. Pawlowski says:
    39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    One of the brightest AA lights currently, March 24, 2009
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    J. Pawlowski (Allentown, NY United States) –
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    This review is from: TerraLUX TLF-3C2AAEX LightStar220 3-Watt LED Aluminum Flashlight (Tools & Home Improvement)

    As of this posting, this is one of the brightest lights currently on the market that runs on 2 AA cells.

    I fully disagree with another reviewer that claims a 90 lumen light he owns is brighter, & a candlepower forums reviewer claims that a 130 lumen Fenix is brighter. They either used batteries that couldn’t handle the current required, had dirt on their contacts, or got a defective unit, or have other than honest motives.

    This light far outshines my 140 lumen LED upgrade module in my 3 D cell maglite. With 2500mah Tenergy rechargeables in it, I would guess it’s pretty close to 180 lumens… which is really bright! When I turned it on at work, jaws dropped, & everybody wanted one.

    I suspect just like most AA & AAA LED lights, you’ll get closer to it’s rated lumens (220) by using lithium AA cells.

    It ran 2 hours & 35 minutes on high on the cells I used, before the light dimmed noticeably. I cheated a little by using relatively newer fully charged cells, & topped the charge off with a little additional charge just before running the test (over charging a little). By 3 hours in was much dimmer, but still brighter than my AAA arclight P, Fenix E01 AAA, & my LED upgrades in my AAA & AA maglites at 40 lumens.

    With the 2500mah rechargeables I used, over charged a little again, it ran on the low setting for 13 hours before I notice it got dimmer. I think it was closer to around 70 lumens with fresh cells in it. Perhaps with lithiums, it may be closer to 100 on low. By the 14th hour it was still brighter than my 40 lumen LED lights with fresh batteries in them & I shut it off.

    At around under 30 bucks these days, you won’t find a better bright light for the price.

    It’s solidly built. It’s heavier & larger than what you’d expect from a 2xAA light… mostly due to the heavier metal, deep fixed-focus reflector, & tailcap switch. The beam is nice, round, around 6000-6500K in color temp. & has a nice throw, but not as narrow as a D cell maglite. Once clicked on, a tap of the tail cap will switch to the other brightness… no need to fully click it off to change the level.

    One can get hurt if struck with it, with little or no damage to the light. The weakest spot of the light will probably be the tailcap, & lens… which seems to be good quality. This is probably more a tactical light rather than an ordinary household or hanyman light flashlight.

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