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Flashlight Review: Amilite Neo T3

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by clipse, Jan 10, 2006.

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  1. clipse

    clipse Member

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    I got a package from Korea yesterday. All I can say is WOW. This light is awesome. All sorts of brightness and throw in such a little package.

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    The Amilite Neo T3 is an alluminim single celled luxeon flashlight from Korea. It takes on CR123a and uses it very well. It is very bright and the company says it will last for 1 hr 30 min. Not too shaby for as bright as it is.

    When I say this light is tiny I mean TINY. Its much smaller than all but two of my lights which are made to be put on a keychain and are much much more dim. Here are a few pics of it next to other lights I have.

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    It fits in the pocket really really nicely. I do thing that they edges of the machined ridges are a bit sharp but thats no biggie. It twists very easy and turning it on with one hand is really simple.

    It came with a lanyard and belt clip. Neither of which I have much use for so I attatched the lanyard you see in the pictures. I didn't have much time for many beamshot(I'll try to get that done in the next couple days.)

    Out put is really nice. It is brighter than my Fenix L1P and Dorcy Super 1 Watt. It the hotspot is bigger than the Fenix and it comes in really handy when I check the house for monsters at night. :)

    I have one gripe about this light though. There is the smallest about of anodizing missing from one part of the light. This is actually alot less than what some have seen so I won't complain. You can see it in this picture.

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    The finish is a HAIII or type III hard anodizing. It is a bit shinier than I was expecting but it feels like it would hold up really really well.

    I don't really have much else to say about this light. Its really bright, small, and great quality. It will work very well as a back up light or just a light to look at. :)

    And to finish it off, here are just a few more pics.

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    Edited to add: I got it from www.amilite.co.kr and it was $72 plus $12 shipping.

    clipse
     
  2. ruger357

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    Pretty nice. Gonna have to look into one.
     
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    It's amazing how addictive flashlights are. I have a Surefire and I'm trying to wonder why I feel compelled to buy another expensive flashlight.

    Good looking shots.
     
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    It's a sickness like guns, knives.:D
     
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    All those pretty pictures and you didn't give us one of a 10m beamshot. :)
     
  6. clipse

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    Beamshots!!!

    I don't have the best camera for beamshots but it'll give you an idea. All beamshots were taken about a 6 feet.

    Dorcy Super 1 Watt 1x123 (left), Amilite (right)
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    Streamlight Jr. Lux (left), Amilite (right)
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    Fenix L1P (left), Amilite(right)
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    That was a bit deceaving so here is the same pic only in negative form.
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    Streamlight TL2 LED 2nd gen (left), Amilite (right)
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    Surefire G2 (left), Amilite (right)
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    clipse
     
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