Nitecore EA45S: 4xAA 1,000-Lumen Flashlight

Nitecore EA45S: 4xAA 1,000-Lumen Flashlight

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The Nitecore EA45S is a rock-solid handheld flashlight made to maximize beam distance. Because its body is molded from a single piece of liquified aerospace-grade aluminum, the EA45S is up to 200 percent stronger than traditional three-piece flashlights Read More

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JJN11
22
Feb 2, 2020
Has anyone experienced high levels of parasitic drain of the batteries with this?
JJN11
22
Feb 1, 2020
What’s the warranty on this?
Dasein
5
Feb 28, 2020
I'd like to know this too. Mine won't turn on, despite putting in brand new batteries. I'm not sure what's wrong, but it's really frustrating. Considering returning this.
VAS007
290
Jan 29, 2020
I think by adding $30 you get a better deal with NiteCore EC4S. It has 2150 lumens and you can use 2x 1850 batteries (all other features are the same to this EA45S. Link: https://www.amazon.com/NiteCore-EC4S-Flashlight-LumenTac-Organizer/dp/B00YDCGO60/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_sims?ie=UTF8

NiteNinja
140
Jan 28, 2020
Of all the flashlights I've seen on here lately, this one seems practical. In both luminosity, and price. Still wish they'd use a 18650 L-Ion battery standard, you could fit 4 at a bit larger than the size of 4x AA's and get the necessary voltage, and recharging convenience, at the expense of a slightly larger frame. Of course I got many AA NIMH's sitting around and at the price, beggars can't be choosers, right?
VAS007
290
Jan 29, 2020
Add $30 you get a better deal with NiteCore EC4S. It has 2150 lumens and you can use 2x 1850 batteries (all other features are the same to this EA45S. Link: https://www.amazon.com/NiteCore-EC4S-Flashlight-LumenTac-Organizer/dp/B00YDCGO60/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_sims?ie=UTF8
andymand
21
Nov 13, 2019
I recently found myself in the market for a flashlight with the ability to dazzle/disorient ne'er-do-wells and this one seemed to fit the bill. When I received it, I put in four Amazon Basics AAs (I appreciate the comments about no orientation markings on the tailcap, so I knew to pay attention to springs), fired it up, and... the light went out. Weird. I'd turn it on, pick a mode, and then it would go out. Or I'd force turbo mode and then it would go out. Weird, weird, weird. It dawned on me that -- not wanting to strip the threads on the tailcap (thank you also to those who commented about that) -- I'd probably been a little too gentle with the tightening, so I removed the tailcap, pushed down on it before catching the thread and tightening as far as it would go, and... now all is good. No weird power off problems and, just to make sure, I smacked the side and bottom pretty hard a few times to see if that would make it power off and it didn't. So long as I don't have any more spontaneous power-off weirdness, I'm happy with it. Thanks!
CAustin
6
Oct 14, 2019
Why do people continue to make (and buy) things that still use non-rechargeable alkaline batteries? Instant deal breaker for me.
Cbslc
69
Jan 28, 2020
They do make rechargeable AA batteries. Why do companies make lights with built in rechargeable batteries that last 200 charge cycles, then you have to throw the entire light away instead of just replacing the battery.
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Jimster
6
Jan 29, 2020
18650 is rechargeable, most rechargeable AA do not have the life as long as 18650
Narq
795
Oct 8, 2019
Here's a thorough review and comparison of the Nitecore EA45S
CatEyesEvilTwin
3
Sep 5, 2019
Drop is a great place to see new products and then go find them elsewhere for half the price
Narq
795
Oct 8, 2019
Please link the site where you found this "for half the price." Thanks!
ScroogeMcDuck
254
Sep 3, 2019
wow, an $8 ebay flashlight for $55, wotta steal. BTW my ebay one not only had the same specs but a lithium battery and charger.
Cbslc
69
Jan 28, 2020
I don't trust cheapo electronics with questionable batteries. I've had one cheapo rechargeable bike light that popped open when recharging. The battery had swollen to twice its normal size. Luckily it didn't burn my house down. I think I'll pay a few extra bucks to be safe.
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ScroogeMcDuck
254
Jan 28, 2020
Really? Check the "made in" label on the battery you get :))
Majorpanic
6
Aug 31, 2019
Hi all. Does this light remember the last brightness setting? I like to keep a light on my nightstand and not have to cycle through all the brightness settings when I turn it in or off...
caltemus
2
Sep 3, 2019
It doesn't remember, but you can access the lowest or the highest setting from off without having to cycle
Cheetokhan
12
Jan 28, 2020
Yes, it does turn on at the same level you turned it off. You can also turn it on in the lowest, or highest, mode by long pressing the power or mode button
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