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    Senior Member Lot's Knife's Avatar
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    Which DealExtreme AAA ...

    Which of the Deal Extreme AAAs are the least susceptible to wavering, or fading, or flickering, as result of riding over bumps? Know what I mean? Got a People's Cree, and it seemed great out of the box, but the next thing you know it's flicker city. Thanks, all.

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    Are you asking about AAA batteries ?

    AAA powered cycle lights ?

    AAA powered torches ?
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    I'm talking about flashlights from DealExtreme, like the People's Cree, that take triple A's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lot's Knife View Post
    I'm talking about flashlights from DealExtreme, like the People's Cree, that take triple A's.
    Any reason for excluding AA torches ?
    Making a Pilom Triple LED Headlight ? I have parts available :)
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    If you are going to buy a aaa torch, get one from a good seller here in the usa that sells good quality.. The romisens from Shining Beam are solid..

    http://www.shiningbeam.com/servlet/t...AAA/Categories

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    All the "In The Know" people over in the Candlepower Forums seem to think the AA's are better lights.
    Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand.

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    Yes, SB is excellent. RC-N3 pretty good value.

    Of course, p7/18650 are much brighter for bicycle use.

    http://www.shiningbeam.com/servlet/t.../23/Categories

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