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Powertac E2 Flashlight: EDC Light, 188 Lumens, AA Battery-Powered

The Powertac E2 Flashlight is small flashlight giving around 200 lumens (188 to be exact). I’ve used this light for a while now and I like it. I mentioned this in another video, but the next test for this light is to see how much I go back to it for everyday carry. In the mean time, check out the video and let me know what you think about it.

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7 thoughts on “Powertac E2 Flashlight: EDC Light, 188 Lumens, AA Battery-Powered

  1. Nice light, thanks for getting it out there. I just bought the olight i3t , but after seeing this video, I may look into one myself. Thanks, enjoyed the video.

  2. Thanks for the review on this E2 flashlight Tim, I’ve been using single cell AA flashlights for years with only a fraction of the lumens the E2 has. This sounds like a winner for EDC.

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