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Maglite Mini 2-Cell AA Flashlight

Review Last Updated: March 19, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Maglite Mini 2-Cell AA Flashlight.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Includes spare light
  • Weather resistant seals
  • Variety of modes
  • Available in a range of colors

Cons

  • Not the strongest drop-resistance (1 meter)

Maglite Mini 2-Cell AA Flashlight Product Review

The Maglite Mini is arguably the most iconic flashlights on this list.

It has gained experienced tremendous longevity on the market and with its Xenon incandescent bulb, diamond knurled grip, and two AA alkaline batteries, continues to be popular for various uses.

The Maglite Mini boasts a variety of features that are ideal for a handy little pocket torch. It is available in a range of colors, as well as having slightly larger options for those who want bigger flashlights.

The body of the flashlight is slim, with a grip material in the middle for easier handling, and is compact to work well with other equipment included in your survival kit.

Maglite is known for quality and durability. However, with its drop-resistance of one meter, it doesn’t allow for newcomer survivalists out there to shine bright.

A range of different light modes such as flood beam focusing and candle mode; as well as a spare bulb in the lower compartment, makes the flashlight a great tool in a variety of situations.

On a high setting, the battery life of this flashlight is five and a half hours, and for your convenience, a spare bulb is provided inside the tail-cap.

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