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Maglite Blister Solitaire Torch AAA Green

by Maglite

Price: 7.30 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over 10. Details
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  • High-intensity incandescent light beam
  • Adjustable beam focus
  • Diamond knurled body improves grip
  • Patented vented tail cap eliminates any gas build up
  • Rubber o-ring seals keep out dust, dirt and water
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 38739204376
Item Weight59 g
Product Dimensions15.4 x 11.6 x 0.4 cm
Batteries:2 AAA batteries required. (included)
Item model number38739204376
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002F72CC
Best Sellers Rank 82,436 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight231 g
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Date First Available1 Jun 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Maglite blister packed mini mag aaa - dark green

Less than an ounce and three inches in length, the Solitaire offers the same precision engineering found in every Mag-Lite. Using only a single AAA battery, its focusing beam is surprisingly bright for such a small flashlight. Comes with a sturdy key lead which facilitates the use of the key and lightbeam in the same direction and is also ideal for a key chain or purse.

Features: High intensity light beam.
Flood to spot beam focusing.
Water and shock resistant.
Anodised to prevent corrosion.

Comes with: 1 x AAA Alkaline batteries,
Spare bulb (inside tail cap),
Key ring attachment.

Length: 80mm/ 3.¼ inch
Colour: Dark Green
Blister Packed.

Product Description

Weighing less than one ounce (with battery) and about three inches in length. the Mag-Lite Solitaire. Single Cell AAA flashlight offers the same precision engineering and craftsmanship found in every Mag-Lite flashlight. With its unique shape. the Mag-Lite Solitaire. flashlight fits conveniently into pockets. purses. attache cases. etc.

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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars  183 reviews
73 of 81 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Well built, but useless 16 Feb 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
The Solitaire is relatively well built, but the poor beam makes it useless. Its not bright even with fresh batteries, and it QUICKLY dims. There is almost no sidespill, even when adjusted to wide beam. It eats up batteries, and has very poor beam quality.
This is the only Maglite model that I rate as below satisfactory. It flat out fails.
There are better options out there. Arc flashlights are very bright for their size, reliable, and have a good beam. They use LED bulbs that never burn out. Plus, they are semi-regulated so that they maintain their brightness for longer periods than the Solitaire. Other pocket lights worth looking at are Photon Microlights and the CMG Sonic (both use LED bulbs). Shop around, decide what works best for you and is in your price range.
That said, I cannot recommend the Mag Solitaire regardless of price. Its poor beam and dim output make it all but useless.
29 of 33 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Solidly built battery burner that doesn't really fit well to its intended function 30 Nov 2005
By T. Hassler - Published on Amazon.com
The construction of this Mag-Lite Solitaire is really quite good. It's very sturdy and I've had one run over by my truck and had a 150 pound (68kg) Television drop on another without much visible damage (scratches).

I have received this as a gift and as a corporate tchotchke as well as having bought one and they do come in handy. The problem is that it runs through batteries pretty quickly if you use this for anything more than looking for your keys on the ground or the deadbolt on your door when you forgot to leave on the porch light. The lens cap tends to turn itself on in your pocket or bag... draining away the power. I haven't ever used it as a keychain device as I don't like a lot of bulk.

I haven't ever experienced the reported problem with the end cap loosening. The best task I've found for this light is to hang it on the keyring holder in my laptop bag. It's simply not well suited to a pocket or to a keychain, and I believe that was its intended purpose.

I found the light, itself, to be fairly bright at full power, but with a more robust LED, it would probably be a better unit. It does have a better light distance than an LED would produce, though. All-in-all, a bit of a miss, but I'm a flashlight hound, so I still like it. If you are looking for a good keyring light, get a smaller LED with an on/off switch. This would probably make a good light for a purse or in a glove compartment. I would recommend pairing it with a Lithium Battery (Technuity L92BP4 Battery, Lithium Aaa Photo Battery for example) - especially if storing in car or bag for long periods. Make sure you tighten the lenscap well so it doesn't accidentally turn on.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bright Mag "brat" burns out fast 13 May 2004
By Fireball - Published on Amazon.com
The Mag Solitare is definitely a recommendation for a present to anyone, especially loved ones who need a handy little light for any reason (from finding keys to somehow ending up in the forest behind their house looking for Fizgig the lost family cat and didn't bring a regular flashlight but have their keychain on them). It's a bright sucker and has a spot to flood beam. For a small flashlight, that's a generous feature. It comes with a spare bulb in the cap (nice) and a carrying strap / loop for your keychain (of course). It also comes in, I believe five shades too. Now...for the annoying parts.
I had to replace at least two due to this fact: the battery compartment hopper is the part of the light that's attatched to the keychain. It's so easy to unwind and open, that after all that jiggling your keychain does, it comes off very soon. Sometimes I'd remember to check it, and sometimes, I'd be left with just the cap and no light in sight. Also, this light is a battery thirsty little devil. After a good half hour of on/off use here and there, that little light becomes a pale friend. Terrific.
So, that said, is this light recommended? Yes-if you have a fresh new extra battery on you (in the car, or your purses...ladies), and if you check the battery knob every few days and tighten it regularily. Mean it.
Take care of your Solitare, or it's lights out.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Purchase! 22 Jan 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I just bought a silver one of these maglite solitaires. The flashlight is incredibly small and lightweight. At first I thought it might be lighter than the key I attached it to! and, While on closer observation I was wrong, I think you'll find that you won't notice this flashlight on your keyring. For its size the light is pretty bright. Most keyring flashlights end up being only good for looking like a flashlight and not actually being one. This one is actually very handy. Its best feature is the candel feature (where you can unscrew the head of the flashlight and the bulb asks like the light of a candle). I definitely suggest you buy this product. I plan on purchasing more of these myself.
15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Well made, but... 28 Aug 2005
By E. M. Van Court - Published on Amazon.com
The Mag-Lite Solitaire is well designed and well made but simply isn't bright enough. However, if all you use a flashlight for is looking for your keys under the seat of your car or assisting with reading menus, it may be OK. It has a sleek design, and it's appeareance won't draw attention on a keychain. It functions like any other (large) mini mag light, by twisting the end where the light comes out to turn it on and off. Change the battery by unscrewing the other end. A spare bulb is concealed within the end cap.

Pros:

-It's small.

-it's well made, with all components fitting together smoothly, and a clean simple appearence.

Cons:

-it's just not that bright. Some of the newer LED flashlights are of a similar size but much brighter.

Overall, I'd have to give this one a pass, unless I developed a fetish for small, well designed gadgets (like watches, watches are SOOO cool! and miniature sextents, those things are SOOO neat!). OK, so I have this fetish, and this would explain why I have a Solitaire in my toolbox.
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