Drop Brass AAA Pocket Flashlight

Drop Brass AAA Pocket Flashlight

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Made for the EDC Community, the Massdrop Brass AAA Pocket Flashlight is about the size of a tube of chapstick—but it pumps out 110 lumens and casts a beam as far as 154 feet (with the CREE XP-G2 R5 LED). Despite measuring less than 3 inches long, it weighs 1.5 ounces for a substantial feel in the hand Read More
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Drop+Flashlights
17
Nov 13, 2019
Does this flashlight have a strobe mode?
ptrmn
30
Dec 11, 2019
Mine has High, Medium and Low. No strobe
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Rookie48
3
Dec 15, 2019
I've had mine for about 8 months and it died after having been little used. Changed the battery - tried 3 different new ones - and it refuses to come on. Waste of money.
ZeroAir
30
Dec 17, 2019
The switch in these needs to actually get charged - so put a freshly charged cell in the light, and let it sit overnight. Then see if the light will work.
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snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 11, 2019
Have had this for a little while went to use it and it does not come on.. Has anyone had this problem? It use to work just fine.. It's like the switch does not work any more..
CaptainBackfat
114
Dec 12, 2019
I have both the brass and titanium versions of this light. The only time I've had issues is when the battery is low on power. When I swap the battery, all is well. I love these tiny but powerful flashlights.
Romankud
5
Dec 13, 2019
I loved mine so much but lost it :'(. But like others said, swap out the battery first.
CaptainBackfat
114
Dec 14, 2019
That sucks. They are great lights. However, I picked up one of these and a couple 14500 cells and haven't looked back. Probably the best bang for the buck out there. LUMINTOP TOOL AA 2.0 EDC Flashlight, Pocket-sized Keychain Flashlight https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BLTP9ZD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_3xd9DbP69W9M0
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 14, 2019
would you like this one I'll give it to you for free? you pay shipping..
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 14, 2019
glad you have had good luck with yours this one blows.. I loved it when it worked.. Hate it now!!!
Romankud
5
Dec 14, 2019
Sure thank you but depending on the shipping.
CaptainBackfat
114
Dec 14, 2019
Snowman: sorry you had bad luck with yours. Both my brass and blue titanium AAA flashlights have been pretty flawless. Hopefully, it will stay that way. However, after picking up that Lumintop AA from Amazon; I'm not using the AAA Massdrop lights as often.
SCGobbler
1
Jul 26, 2020
If the battery goes dead and you replace it... it takes a few minutes to come back on. Give it a few more minutes and it should work just fine!
snowmangoinmo
4
Jul 27, 2020
Thanks for the help. But you are not the first one to tell me this.. Tried everyones tricks none work this thing is useless. I have learned that you do not get much quality stuff from this place. Thanks again for your reply.
Ragman673
6
Dec 26, 2019
I've found that if I use mine for a few minuets, turn it off and try to use it again straight away, it won't work. Something to do with the electric tail switch I believe. Leave it a few minutes and it works again. I also believe this happens more when the battery is getting low. Mine is approx 5 months old and still working fine apart from this little quirk. Hope this helped.
snowmangoinmo
4
Jul 27, 2020
Nothing works my friend all the tricks have not work with my flashlight. Hope yours lasts a life time for you.. Mine failed pretty quick. Have moved up in the world of flashlights. Learned you get what you pay for.... Thanks for your reply!!
Ragman673
6
Jul 30, 2020
I am very sorry to hear it. 😢 I hope you have better luck with your next purchase. It appears these flashlights are a bit hit and miss.
Murph45acp
1
Dec 12, 2019
I had mine for about two weeks when i ran into this problem. I changed the battery and it worked fine. It is real easy to unknowingly turn the light on and if your not paying attention Run the battery out.
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 14, 2019
glad yours works fine tried all your guys tricks with no success now Im going to use it as a fishing weight!!
Skoota101
4
Dec 13, 2019
Never had a problem with the brass version. Great little torch!
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 14, 2019
glad it is working for you! I am very disappointed with mine! used very little now it is only good for a fishing weight!!
sweffymo
190
Dec 12, 2019
Sometimes if the battery is low or if you just swapped batteries, the e-switch loses charge in its capacitor. If you make sure it has a freshly charged battery (I use eneloops) and let it sit for a few minutes then it should work again. If that doesn't work then it's possible that the switch is broken somehow.
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 14, 2019
no luck friend very disappointed your trick doesn't work for this piece of crud!!
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 14, 2019
funny the switch would break just setting around...
Noahdixie
3
Dec 16, 2019
Lol sounds like you are intent on making your singular issue a big deal.....narcissistic much..
snowmangoinmo
4
Dec 16, 2019
I'm actually not the only one with this problem! Thanks for your input! Funny you don't review or comment on anything and my singular problem woke you up.... Interesting!!
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Drop+Flashlights
17
Nov 13, 2019
Which LED option is better?
THEAts34
4
Dec 11, 2019
It depends on what you are looking for. The CREE is the brighter option, while the Nichia is only slightly less bright, but is a warmer color of light.
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Drop+Flashlights
17
Nov 13, 2019
Is this flashlight waterproof?
ptrmn
30
Dec 11, 2019
IPX-8 waterproof
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