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Maglite Black 2AA Pro Mini LED Flashlight
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Maglite

Black 2AA Pro Mini LED Flashlight

$2597 /each

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Introducing the all new Mini Maglite Pro LED Flashlight. The iconic look of our original Mini Maglite 2AA flashlight, introduced more than a quarter century ago, is still seen in the newest member of the family. So is the same classic simplicity of function: Just twist the head to turn on, turn off and focus the beam that's it. But there is one big difference: The new Mini Maglite Pro houses the latest generation LED - a light engine that yields a level of performance that, back in the day, just wasn't possible.

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Why does the light flicker? I've exchanged three lights so far for this reason, {light not coming...

Why does the light flicker? I've exchanged three lights so far for this reason, {light not coming on} and my new light is doing the same! Someone told me to NOT use the batteries that come with the light, and use energizers. STILL NOT WORKING! I have to tap the light to make it work. I really do not want to get another brand of flash lights, for I've owned Mag light since the '80s, and have had lights from penlites to 6 d cell lites, and never had problems like this!
Asked by: ja55v6
I don't know why it flickers but I have a suggestion. IF you have an older incandescent AA Mini-Maglite, buy a Nite Ize AA LED Combo Kit for $10.95 from Amazon and upgrade your old one to LED. The kit comes with a new LED bulb assembly and reflector plus a click-on / click-off tailpiece switch. It doesn't flicker. The only problem I had was that the cap which holds the lens in place was very hard to get off. This Mag-Lite is probably 20 years old and I imagine that the O-Ring was set in place pretty well. I finally got it off by clamping the cap in a vise using a thick piece of an old leather belt to pad the jaws, and using a neoprene (plumbing) strap wrench to twist it and break it loose. The Mag-Lite's aluminum case is tough and this goes as well of the ring which holds the lens in place. It didn't deform and everything went back together nicely after I swapped in the new LED bulb and reflector assembly. The original o-ring looked great so I reused it and the leather belt protected the finish with no marring at all. The LED conversion is much brighter than the original and I am very pleased with the result. The conversion was definitely worth the price and the effort.
Answered by: Jaybee
Date published: 2017-01-30

HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY

REAR END OF FLASH LIGHT WILL NOT COME OFF
Asked by: hillybix
Just open the batteries cap on the other end of the flashlight and put in 2 AA batteries with the positive (+) end first,
Answered by: Jimmy
Date published: 2017-01-24

How does the light attach to the belt holster ?

How does the light attach to the belt holster ?
Asked by: Auntdk
You should probe first with your finger the pouch of the belt holster while holding the flashlight then slide in the flashlight with the batteries cap end first.
Answered by: Jimmy
Date published: 2017-01-24
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Customer Reviews

Black 2AA Pro Mini LED Flashlight is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My mechanics are really happy with my gift to them,... My mechanics are really happy with my gift to them, very useful in our work and yet reasonably priced as a gift.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what I expected for the price.... Not what I expected for the price.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Somebody in QC is getting fired..... Look, I'm not one of those anti-maglite homers. I think at their price point, you get a heck of a flashlight for the price. However, I've been noticing a slight decline in quality control from Maglite in the last couple years, and this guy might be the straw that broke the camels back! Can't believe the quality control department didn't see this defect either, it's blatantly apparent when actuating the switch while turning the head. Any type of bump (including falling off a 3" curb) will knock the bulb insulator off alignment, and thus making it extremely difficult, if not impossible, to turn the flashlight on or off properly. You end up having to taking the head off and turn the bulb fixture manually with a needle-nose pliers to turn it on again. It's absolutely ridiculous that 1. the engineers thought this to be the successor to the tried & true button switch. And 2. Nobody in Quality Control found this defective before OKing it for production. Now I know what you're, "it was probably a single defective unit this guy is blabbering about..." But actually my wife (she got one too) and I have taken back and exchanged 6 of these between the two of us. And everyone has the exact same problem. I also noticed that Home Depot is RTAing these units back to the manufacture when we return them. Making me believe that Maglite knows the issue and has alerted Home Depot they will buy back these paper weights once a customer returns it. I wish they'd come clean and pull them from the shelves, but hey, I can't complain with Home Depot's awesome customer service. But please maglite listen to me.... You're losing grip on the most important core competency of your business model. And that's high quality flashlights at a reasonable price. Get it together....
Date published: 2016-02-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Switch is poor design or poor quality On - off switch has been intermittent since day one. You need to tap on a hard surface to turn on or keep on after rotating the head. I have changed batteries and cleaned contacts with no improvement. Way to expensive for this problem. Others have had the same problem, buyer beware!
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from BRIGHT, BUT I HAD A PROBLEM RIGHT AWAY THIS IS A VERY BRIGHT LIGHT. I WAS SOMEWHAT DISAPPOINTED HOWEVER! AFTER A WEEK OF USE, THE LIGHT WOULD NOT STAY ON. YOU COULD JIGGLE IT AND IT WOULD COME ON AGAIN, BUT THEN IT WOULD GO OFF. I CONTACTED CUSTOMER SERVICE AT MAGLITE, GOT AN INITIAL RESPONSE, BUT AM STILL WAITING FOR A SOLUTION. THIS WOULD BE A GREAT LIGHT IF IT WOULD STAY ON!
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It Turns Off on It's Own A friend and I each bought this light last winter. At first it worked wonderful, although a push button on/off switch would be preferred to the twist on/off functionality. The beam was VERY bright and long, which was great for our use. However, after about a month the flashlight started turning off on it's own. I would turn it on (twist on), set the beam, then it would flicker off. I would have to repeat the on/off procedure to get the light to work & sometimes it would, sometimes it wouldn't. I confirmed that my friend's flashlight did the same exact thing. I've had other Maglite products in the past and have been pleased with their quality, but this one is very disappointing. I have come to expect more out of Maglite products, and this one falls far short. I cannot recommend this light.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not great These flashlights are okay for small stuff around the house. They do have a decent beam, but if used fairly hard at work they are worthless. Getting them slightly wet or dropping them from a few feet will ruin them. I've been through 4 in the last 2 years. I finally got sick of them and got a high quality flashlight from a different manufacturer.
Date published: 2014-12-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good lifespan Twist on is ridiculously unfriendly to use. Flashlight died on me after few uses. I thought the battery died but after replacing batteries I realized this thing is no good.
Date published: 2012-11-29
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