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Lighthound AAA Flashlight, Cree XPG R5 LED

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Lighthound AAA Flashlight, Cree XPG R5 LED
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**NEW!!** - 243 Max Lumens! (using 10440 battery)

The Lighthound AAA Flashlight is a great addition to any EDC collection! It's compact size allows it to fit easily in a pocket or on a key chain.


        Aircraft Aluminum Alloy T6061  

        Water proof to IPX-8 standard.

        Broad input voltage takes 1xAAA (1.0V - 4.2V) *Can use a 10440!

        Simple operation.  

        Pocket Clip

        17mm (Diameter) 75 mm (Length)



Low - 6 lumens (15 hours)

High - 126 lumens (39 minutes)


Low - 15 lumens (33 hours)

High - 243 lumens (20 minutes)

*Please note that due to slight measurement difference between manufactures the UltraFire 10440 battery is a very tight fit.

Customer Reviews
Rating Very suprised
This lamp is exactly what I hoped for. Small, bright, solid. I love the AAA format. Mine has 3 settings. I can't believe 200 lumins, but I've never used 10440 batteries. With AAA I would guess 50 on high, 25 on medium, and 6 on low compaired to other lights I have. Still a great EDC/key chain light. Much better than the E-tac PN20A I have. Great Job Lighthound!!!
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Reviewed by:  from idaho. - 1/26/2012
Rating Great pocket back-up
This little light is something else! I had to peel the skin off a Chinese 10440 to make it fit in the tube, but that worked like a charm. Tried a cheapo AAA and it was too fat to insert also, but Energizers fit no prob. Anyway, this thing only runs in high for about 15-20 minutes with a 10440, but it's a bright 15-20 minutes! I was able to video tape in the dark with just this little light and no other ambient light sources. Can't say enough how impressed I am with this lil' fella.
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Reviewed by:  from TX. - 4/26/2012
Rating Nice little light.
This light is not much larger than the battery that goes in it. I have only used it with quality AAA, and they have all functioned flawlessly. The twist on operation do limit it somewhat, but I found that if I turn the head to a position just before the light goes on, I could hold it between my fingers and squese it from behind with my palm. That compressed the light enough for it to operate, and then shut off when I released the pressure and that made it a kind of momentaty switch. It's not a tactical light, but for it's intended purposes, it is superb.
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Reviewed by:  from Norway. - 1/17/2015
Rating Nice little light
Very bright little light, even with standard batteries. Had no issues with battery fit, both the Ultra Fire 10440 I purchased with the light and the cheapo AAA I tried fit well. Twist on (wish that had been stated in the product info), 3 levels and TINY. Was going to be my in pocket EDC, but I've never had good luck with twist on lights in my pocket and it's so small that I'm afraid I'll lose it. It will be replacing my old Jetbeam C-LE as my in bag backup light.
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Reviewed by:  from Tennessee. - 10/16/2014
Rating Very Useful
I'm quite happy with this. With a spare cell, it still is lighter and smaller than the Jetbeam PA 10 that it replaces for EDC, and quite capable for 99% of the same duty. I can't wait for the XPG2 to be available again, it's even smaller and more economical!
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Reviewed by:  from boston ma. - 10/4/2014
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