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Old March 7, 2014, 03:52 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by saltydog452 View Post
Rec'd a few Tera-Lux light bulbs today. Ordered verbal Tues a.m. Tera-Lux will only sell to Distributors. Mine came from an outfit by the name
of 'Lighthound', Alvin, TX, 713.436.2609.

For 3-6 'C' or 'D' cell Mag lights, price was 16.99 ea. For 2 'AA' cell Mini-Mag lights, price was 16.99. I don't know about battery life/run time for the LED bulbs, but these are sure enough bright. The original Mag Light bulbs were waay fragile for clumsy use.

Your comments/suggestions were appreciated.

They're $17 on Amazon Prime, with free 2 day shipping. $15.88 here on Ebay with free shipping http://www.ebay.com/itm/Terralux-TLE...item4d167728cc
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Old September 2, 2014, 11:59 AM   #27
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I know this is reviving an old thread, but I finally picked up a 'Nite Ize' replacement led bulb for my 3D maglite. I happened to be walking around BassPro Shop while the wife was doing some other clothes shopping, and remembered about this topic when I came upon the flashlight isle.
I have to say that I'm not impressed with this product. $15.99 got me marginally more output (I went with the claimed 73 lumen led vs. the slightly cheaper 55 lumen led) - stock bulb seems to be rated at 45 lumen. The color of the light is much cooler/whiter than the stock krypton though, so at least there's that.
If the BassPro Shop weren't so far away I'd probably just return this and spend that money on 2 or 3 smaller/brighter china cheapie lights, but I'd end up spending about that much in gas anyway. Oh well, lesson learned. (fyi, the Nite Ize product is also made in china).
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