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I just became a dealer for what I consider one of the best Flashlight companies in the world, Olight, PM me if you want a certain model, I will give you my best prices 

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I personally like: 

1. S2R Batton II for everyday carry. It's small, light, flexible but functions like a fullsize. (3rd from left)

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2. The H2R Nova - basically the same as the S2R Batton II but has a right angle head and a head band. Best headlamp I've ever used and I love that I can take it off the headband and clip it on a shirt pocket, belt etc and use it hands free.

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3. M2R Warrior Pro - the one I don't have, but would love to have on my go to rifle. Great full-size light, yet still a compact body and you can add the remote tailpiece (4th from the left).I'd also love to have that Seeker 2!

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I also really like my PL2 Mini on my G19. Super compact but super bright. Buttons are easy to work and intuitive while keeping it simple. Awesome handgun/weapon light.

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Yes, Brothers n Sisters... I, too, am an Olite Junkie... Simply put, they are as good as this kind of stuff gets...  Buy without hesitation.. 

leroy, Olite Junkie...

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I admit I am addicted to flashlights. I have considered seeking treatment but I am afraid treatment is futile.

 

Question about Olite flashlights. I'd like my light to just be able to turn on and off. 2 functions, ON - OFF. I don't want other settings I have to click through EVERY time I want to use the light. Not many light are made that way anymore. Are these? 

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10 minutes ago, TerryW said:

I admit I am addicted to flashlights. I have considered seeking treatment but I am afraid treatment is futile.

 

Question about Olite flashlights. I'd like my light to just be able to turn on and off. 2 functions, ON - OFF. I don't want other settings I have to click through EVERY time I want to use the light. Not many light are made that way anymore. Are these? 

I hear ya! I hate having to cycle through button pushes too.

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14 minutes ago, TerryW said:

I admit I am addicted to flashlights. I have considered seeking treatment but I am afraid treatment is futile.

 

Question about Olite flashlights. I'd like my light to just be able to turn on and off. 2 functions, ON - OFF. I don't want other settings I have to click through EVERY time I want to use the light. Not many light are made that way anymore. Are these? 

Me too.  I like having the features, though. Ideally, one with the on off button that goes right to just on/off and another button that maybe can switch settings?

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29 minutes ago, Defender said:

Me too.  I like having the features, though. Ideally, one with the on off button that goes right to just on/off and another button that maybe can switch settings?

One of my lights has 3 functions, on-off-and fast double click gives you strobe. Other than annoying my wife, I never use strobe. 

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I need a new EDC light that doesn't take up a lot of pocket space. I'm really unhappy with my Streamlight Microstream.

Which Olight fits the bill? Sounds like @Smith likes the SR2 but it's a bit thick.

What's this first one? Edit, I squinted. It looks like it says 3T EOS. 

 

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1 hour ago, TerryW said:

I admit I am addicted to flashlights. I have considered seeking treatment but I am afraid treatment is futile.

 

Question about Olite flashlights. I'd like my light to just be able to turn on and off. 2 functions, ON - OFF. I don't want other settings I have to click through EVERY time I want to use the light. Not many light are made that way anymore. Are these? 

You CAN cycle through settings by holding the button down but it remembers your last setting. So, unless you intentionally attempt to change settings, the switch works basically works like and on off switch. I to have been frustrated by the single button issue in the past, but the Olight isn't finicky like some others I have tried.

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32 minutes ago, Erik88 said:

I need a new EDC light that doesn't take up a lot of pocket space. I'm really unhappy with my Streamlight Microstream.

Which Olight fits the bill? Sounds like @Smith likes the SR2 but it's a bit thick.

What's this first one? Edit, I squinted. It looks like it says 3T EOS. 

 

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IN my picture the last half of the lights are "standard" size Everyday carry lights. The left half are actually really small in comparison and that first one is down right thin. That being said, the S2R is actually fairly small. I didn't get the S1R because it was TOO small.

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1 hour ago, grasshoppa said:

Just got an odin on my rifle with remote switch and love it

That is my next purchase, I need an M Lock adapter just trying to figure out which one to get for my AK47

the new ones Odin have a twist to lock for the Magnetic Pressure switch so it cannot come off, that was the reason I never got one before 

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On 7/7/2020 at 8:09 PM, willis68 said:

Initial order done, all of you that paid your lights have been ordered

 

I will start another if I have the interest 

I got in on the initial order and got the M2R Pro Warrior.     Willis got the order processed and shipped very quickly.   I received the light last night and man, I couldn't be more pleased with light.    Superb build quality, features, and performance for an excellent cost.     

I highly recommend the M2R Pro Warrior.   If that model doesn't fit your needs, don't be afraid to order something else, you won't be sorry.         

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43 minutes ago, Trekbike said:

I got in on the initial order and got the M2R Pro Warrior.     Willis got the order processed and shipped very quickly.   I received the light last night and man, I couldn't be more pleased with light.    Superb build quality, features, and performance for an excellent cost.     

I highly recommend the M2R Pro Warrior.   If that model doesn't fit your needs, don't be afraid to order something else, you won't be sorry.         

He convinced me to buy the same one. Mine is arriving today. I'm excited! 

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2 hours ago, Trekbike said:

I highly recommend the M2R Pro Warrior.   If that model doesn't fit your needs, don't be afraid to order something else, you won't be sorry.         

Just looked at it. Impressive!

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2 hours ago, Erik88 said:

He convinced me to buy the same one. Mine is arriving today. I'm excited! 

While it's on the larger size for EDC, I still plan on carrying it, especially in today's climate.   

Be sure to review the manual for setting the two mode configurations options and selection of lumen levels.     

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My favorite for pocket duty is the S2R Baton II. It’s the perfect size for pocket duty, yet is still bright as all get out. 
 

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If you wear a ball cap, the S1R does excellent double duty as a pocket light and as a headlamp. The double sided clips on them work very well for that. 

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