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    Quote Originally Posted by michael chick View Post
    MC: Actually, it was two different batches. I saw the price, and asked wtf??? Then I realized that the tailcap button, is of a different color. One is grey, and one is black. (for whatever this info is worth... hhahaha)
    Oh, mine comes with a glow in the dark button. Comes with a casing with velcro, no other frills.
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    And now... I'm a proud and happy owner of a Fenix LD-20 light! Thanks for the help guys! It's a great light and the build quality is superb. Really good for the price indeed.
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    Congrats! A guy getting a desired personal torchlight is a gratifying thing...not sure why...but it sure seems reassuring. I carry mine whereever i go outdoors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99 View Post
    Congrats! A guy getting a desired personal torchlight is a gratifying thing...not sure why...but it sure seems reassuring. I carry mine whereever i go outdoors.
    I carry up to 2 or more...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headshotzx View Post
    And now... I'm a proud and happy owner of a Fenix LD-20 light! Thanks for the help guys! It's a great light and the build quality is superb. Really good for the price indeed.
    Headshotzx, where did you get it from?

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    Haha oh man, the Fenix flashlights are good man. I might want to buy a few more for my parents as gifts next time

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    Headshotzx, where did you get it from?
    As stated somewhere near the beginning of the thread, someone or a company called CEJ that stocks everything at home in bedok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headshotzx View Post
    And now... I'm a proud and happy owner of a Fenix LD-20 light! Thanks for the help guys! It's a great light and the build quality is superb. Really good for the price indeed.
    Fenix is
    damn solid but not low budget.
    I bght a MTE from DX, real cheap, $30 for 900 lumens!

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    Agreed. I even used my Fenix 20 as a Hammer once, but alas, it was stolen while I was filming in Burma.


    I now use the Fenix PD30. I can't see how this tiny thing can be used as a hammer though... hahaha
    Still makes a great close-combat weapon though...

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    Default Re: A good flashlight on budget?

    Quote Originally Posted by Headshotzx View Post
    As stated somewhere near the beginning of the thread, someone or a company called CEJ that stocks everything at home in bedok.
    Ah! Got it, thanks for the info, Headshotzx.

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