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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:38 am 
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Hey guys trying to get back into coonin after a few years break. During that time I sold off all my equipment. I'm in need of a light and a cheap one at that say $150 or under. I'm trying to save an buy a decent dog so the less I spend on a light the better. I found this one on eBay from a seller here in wv it says its 40000lx and brighter then most 21 volts. It looks to be close to the crystal light but maybe a little brighter. So please help me out fellas if you haven't seen this one and know a good budget light in my price range throw it out. And just to let everyone know I looked through the archives an didn't see anything on this light.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:47 am 
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Personally, I generally won't buy anything that I know I'm going to want to replace. I know nothing about this light, but if I were you, I would buy a three-cell LED Maglite and a belt ring for it. I used one for coon hunting many of times and it works better than some that you will see advertised. Once you can afford a good headlamp, you can always use an extra flashlight somewhere.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 9:02 am 
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It's one those Chinese lights that some of the companies sell with their company sticker on.

You can find them on the different China sites like Aliexpress, Alibaba, and etc...

Here is one: http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product ... 84023.html (looks like the Ebay seller took the pic from this site)

You can get a better light than that for $150.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 11:35 am 
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Thanks for the replys fellas! Yea I've seen those site other then eBay. And those lights run anywhere from 60-100$ an they look so much like the crystal light that gets good reviews I just didn't know. My budget is 150 but would like to go lower if possible. When I sold out 3 years ago I had a blazer 28belt light so I've had a good light so which ever I choose probably isn't going to stand up to that anyway. But if you have any recommendations or if this light will at least be bright enough to see a coon I'd appreciate it.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:38 pm 
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check out K-Lights same price good light


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go to western rivers coon lights their led's are super bright and not too expensive

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Hey guys just an update. I ended up buying one of the 40000 lux models. All I can say is ill never go back to a belt light. This thing is so bright! It's high is a lot brighter then my hunting partners 21 comp light. It's extremely light and the battery lasts for 5-6 nights(have yet had it go dead but charge to keep from walking out in the dark). I would recommend them and if anyone's really interested I could possible make a field video to show it. Best thing is I only spent 80$ on it.
But anyway thanks for the help guys!


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:36 pm 
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Yea I just bought the same light two weeks ago


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wvcooner wrote:
Hey guys just an update. I ended up buying one of the 40000 lux models. All I can say is ill never go back to a belt light. This thing is so bright! It's high is a lot brighter then my hunting partners 21 comp light. It's extremely light and the battery lasts for 5-6 nights(have yet had it go dead but charge to keep from walking out in the dark). I would recommend them and if anyone's really interested I could possible make a field video to show it. Best thing is I only spent 80$ on it.
But anyway thanks for the help guys!

can you dim it down or is it just on is on and thats what ya got.

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