Coming soon... InterNACHI Inspector Flashlights. Wait till you see these babies!

It’s HID.

So?

Its a automobile head light lamp.

And you can probably fry an egg on it.

Because if you are going to apply for your CMI… the flashlight, case, strap, charges, etc are all free.

False advertising! Bait and switch!

The title indicates it is an InterNACHI flashlight, but the link states it is CMI branded.

This isn’t the InterNACHI flashlight, I was just replying to Bob’s comment about flashlights needing to be at least 200 lumens. Our CMI flashlights are 6,500 lumens.

The InterNACHI flashlight(s) are coming soon.

For overall brightness, you can’t beat an HID, but they do need more power. These CMI ones stay very cold.

We have 4 more smaller InterNACHI LED flashlights coming soon. They all use CREE XML LED bulbs except the smallest, which uses a CREE Q5 LED bulb. They are the InterNACHI ones Nick is referring to.

I agree. I receive letters every couple of months, you probably do too, stating I’m “pre-qualified” to become a CMI. Not sure how anyone knows how many inspections I’ve performed.

Sometimes there’s a discount, sometimes a payment plan, etc. Similar to “pre-qualified” credit card applications I get.

So these are not at least 200 lumens?

Yeppers. They always get filed (you know where).

Like these? http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_89_0?rh=n%3A228013%2Cn%3A328182011%2Cn%3A551238%2Cn%3A3180261%2Cn%3A2445457011%2Ck%3ACREE+XML+LED%2Cp_89%3ACREE|Ultrafire&keywords=CREE+XML+LED&ie=UTF8&qid=1381262523&rnid=2528832011

The InterNACHI ones are 300-1,000 lumens.

Hey guys.

If you want a big honkin’ flashlight that is reminds you of the old multi D cell mag lights, this is the one for you. :wink:

I still use my rechargeable stream lights and love them but I will be going over to a decent LED soon.

The darn things get better every few months.

There will be a small, 300 lumen version using a CREE Q5 LED bulb, two different medium 600 lumen versions using CREE XML T6 LED bulbs, and a large 1,000 lumen version using a super bright CREE XML LED bulb. All flashlights use rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and are weatherproof.

…Along with your money. You have read all the comments from CMIs about how much money those 3 little words (Certified Master Inspector) make them?

Here’s one I use (small one) 1000 Lumens LED, rechargeable battery, $7.99.

A larger one I use, fits in the palm of your hand. 1000 Lumens LED, rechargeable battery, $12.00.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00934M9YO/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Both work great.

Yawn… :blank:

Here’s one I use (small one) 1000 Lumens LED, rechargeable battery, $7.99.

A larger one I use, fits in the palm of your hand. 1000 Lumens LED, rechargeable battery, $12.00.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00934M9YO/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Both work great.

I have to have the yellow lens on an inspection (technical reasons).
And I have to have the carrying case on an inspection (marketing reasons).
www.certifiedmasterinspector.org/flashlight

Okay… were up to about $50 now, saving about $950 for other options.

Next!

The only way Certified Master Inspector costs you money is if you aren’t one. Those 3 little words sell more inspections for more money than all of my zillions of marketing programs put together. I’ll keep trying but I’ll likely die of old age before I come up with anything that can compete with CMI. It says it all to consumers in less than 1 second. How can I top that?