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    Another vote for the Nite Ize Moonlit. It stays on my ridgeline and my head stays on my head. I have a Lucie Light but only use it when car camping.... so rarely.


    Sent from somewhere east of Montauk...
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    I also just bought this little guy to keep in my murse, it's got a wonderful moonlight mode, as well as a blinding high mode (1000 lumens!), is super tiny, and the clip would work perfectly for a ridgeline. If anyone's in the market for a small flashlight, I can't recommend this guy enough. (OOS at this website, can be found elsewhere)

    https://darksucks.com/products/mini-mk-ii

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    DutchWare has a small light that has 1 led in it. About the size of your thumb. Puts out plenty for a ridge line light. I keep my headlamp with me in case I have to get out @ night. They are a good price so I got a half dozen of them. 2 for me & 1 for each of the 4 Grandboys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiteyF View Post
    I also just bought this little guy to keep in my murse, it's got a wonderful moonlight mode, as well as a blinding high mode (1000 lumens!), is super tiny, and the clip would work perfectly for a ridgeline. If anyone's in the market for a small flashlight, I can't recommend this guy enough. (OOS at this website, can be found elsewhere)

    https://darksucks.com/products/mini-mk-ii
    I love my Foursevens light and was practically heart broken when they sold out to Prometheus. It also looks like I missed out on the Mini MK II as Prometheus is liquidating stock *just ordered the Mini Turbo MK II so I don't miss out again* I do not use my Foursevens light in the hammock though, even on low it's just too bright.
    Last edited by 87warrior; 05-08-2018 at 15:41.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 87warrior View Post
    I love my Foursevens light and was practically heart broken when they sold out to Prometheus. It also looks like I missed out on the Mini MK II as Prometheus is liquidating stock *just ordered the Mini Turbo MK II so I don't miss out again* I do not use my Foursevens light in the hammock though, even on low it's just too bright.
    I got mine on ebay, with the charger and battery for about $45 I think. There's still old stock hanging around.

    Does yours not have moonlight? I have mine set to ML-L-M-H, the moonlight is VERY dim, and in fact they say battery life is 19 days (yes DAYS) in ML mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiteyF View Post
    Does yours not have moonlight? I have mine set to ML-L-M-H, the moonlight is VERY dim, and in fact they say battery life is 19 days (yes DAYS) in ML mode.
    No moonlight on my trusty Foursevens. I don't recall the model of the light since I picked it up 9 years ago. It has one configuration L-M-H-Strobe-SOS and uses two AA batteries that I replace annually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McBlaster View Post
    You know its just a matter of time before Dutch or RSBTR offers glow in the dark options to all of their fabrics. I'm calling it now.
    That's why I put these crazy ideas out there. Somebody might think they are not so crazy . . . and suddenly my wallet gets smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87warrior View Post
    No moonlight on my trusty Foursevens. I don't recall the model of the light since I picked it up 9 years ago. It has one configuration L-M-H-Strobe-SOS and uses two AA batteries that I replace annually.
    Allow me to spend 43 of your dollars for you :-) Purchased from this guy a few months ago, get one while you still can (the included charger is also very neat).

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/foursevens-...0AAOSwI8laNr99

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    I love my trusty old 4 sevens that I have used daily for several years now.Set mine up for med and high as I don't like surfing thru settings.What I take on the trail is the model 66218 Streamlight Stylus Pro 360 pen light bot off Amazon.It has a unique feature that allows it to be in lamp mode or beam mode.Light weight,plenty of light,use AAA's so it's compatible with my Princeton Tech headlamp.

    Tip-some reflective tape on your hiking poles and food bag will help you locate your hammock and food pretty fast in the dark.

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    Night use moon lit

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