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NITE-IZE(ナイトアイズ) 1ワット コンバージョンバルブ(C&D CELL) LRB-07-PR1W [並行輸入品]
NITEIZE(ナイトアイズ) LEDコンボアップグレードキット AA LUC2-07 (日本正規品)
MAG-LITE(マグライト) D.CELL 4 BP BK S4D016V
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NITE-IZE(ナイトアイズ) 1ワット アップグレード(AA) LRB2-07-1W (日本正規品)
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brightness wise the less batteries you have in series the dimmer it gets, so a 2-D may be much dimmer.
Je n'arrivé pas à voir si c'est plus ou moins lumineux qui'une maglite led d'origine.
Super satisfais. je recommande ce produit.
UPDATE: In the right side picture, the light on the left is this product, the light on the right is the TerraLUX. I sent these back and ordered the TerraLUX TLE-6EXB MiniStar5 140 Lumens, Led Conversion Kit for 2-3 Cell C&D MagLites I'm very happy with the TerraLUX for nearly the same price.
The bulb upgrade solves two main problems with standard flashlights, battery life, and durability. The new bulb uses a fraction of the power of standard bulbs, so your battery life will skyrocket. It also does not have any filament to break or burn out. Ever drop a Maglite on pavement? Those things are heavy, and bulbs can easily break. Not with the LED, which will last a very long time.
These two factors alone should be enough to purchase this product. If you still need more, consider that this thing is BRIGHT! Much more so than a standard bulb, enough to temporarily blind someone at close range.
Since I only really use flashlights in emergency situations, this kit provides peace of mind. I can't stand how frustrating it is to reach for a flashlight in the dark only to find that the batteries are dead, or the bulb is broken.
This is a great example of one of those small quality of life improvements that will pay off dividends in years to come. Highly recommended.
Installing the bulb was easy, as it is a drop-in replacement. However, as others have noted, the bulb is sensitive to the polarity (+/-) of the batteries. Initially, the bulb did not work at all, until I re-installed the batteries upside down. This did require me to stretch the battery contacts inside the battery compartment so that they would make full and proper contact with the reversed batteries. After I did this, it worked extremely well. I would have rated the bulb 5 stars except for this issue.
Pro - does what is supposed to do, it's bright, uniform light, less battery consumption, white light and drops right in to replace a standard flashlight bulb
Con - you may have to install your batteries "backwards" to get it to work, depending upon your flashlight's construction. This may not be intuitive to some folks who purchase it.
I have a four cell Maglight. I put the bulb in that. and it did work. However I had purchased a different LED upgrade for that (TerraLUX, which also worked in the Maglight), so I don't need the Nite Ize bulb for that.
I just appears that this unit will not be driven by 2 D-cells. I've contacted Nite Ize to see if it's a defective unit, or this model has a problem with two D-cells.
Gave this two stars for now because it does function in the 4 cell Maglight. But it's advertised as 2 cell and up, and it isn't doing that.
I got in touch with Nite Ize. They pointed out an issue I didn't think of. Unlike with incandescent bulbs, with LEDs, polarity is critical. And on my flashlight, the polarity was reversed from what is normal. I reversed the batteries, and the LED worked perfectly. The flashlight is significantly brighter, and I should get much better battery life.
It's all good.
Upon replacing the Quartz-Halogen lamp with the LED, the following was observed: Light output was even across the entire light beam with no dark spot in the beam's center. There was no heat outside of a slight sense of warmth after use, and then only after prolonged use. Batteries last on an average of 5 - 6 hours before the lamp dims noticeably.
Where one might ask how much light a one-watt LED is able to put out, my response is "Sufficient to temporarily blind someone who has that light shined in their eyes" (having found out about this myself, the hard way).
My final comment about this sort of light is this: I'm replacing the lights in my house with them. They provide a great deal of light for a very small amount of electricity. This is the future of lighting.
Fast forward to 2013. The old original c-cell (which was awarded to me upon retirement as opposed to it going into the trash bin) is still around but was pathetically "dim" as compared to any other flashlight in the household. For grins, I bought a Nite-Ize bulb off of Amazon. A quick bulb change and a good lens cleaning and Wow! This bulb definitely breathed new life into an old flashlight.
Even if the bulb dies in a year or so (as one other reviewer remarked) I'll replace it with the same. Can you tell I like it?