FlashLights

Just getting started in the Business and wondering what the best flashlights the more experienced would suggest. Think I would like to have a rechargeable but high lumens.

Thanks, Woodie

The dewalt 12v is nice. I have had a few and this is my favorite. It has a strong magnet on the back, stands up on its own and also has a clip to hang on. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0043XX8AO/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?qid=1385498504&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX110_SY165_QL70

Here are a few links using the “search” function above with the term “flashlights”: :slight_smile:

               http://www.nachi.org/forum/f2/flashlight-advice-83077/

http://www.nachi.org/forum/f11/best-flashlight-81952/

http://www.nachi.org/forum/f13/super-flashlights-77772/

http://www.nachi.org/forum/f13/flashlights-71152/

I use the Rayovac led 2 mode extreme durability flashlight and the tikka plus headlamp for attic/crawl space back up or for when I need both hands for something. I also have spares that I cannot even name…

Two years ago I called to tell you that my InterNachi flashlight had died!
At the end of our conversation I heard you yell "Hey Lisa! Send Frank a flashlight!
After two years … I’m still waiting!:smiley:

The Certified Master Inspector® 6,500-Lumen Weatherproof Flashlight

Email me your shipping address to fastreply@nachi.org and I’ll send you a new flashlight. In the past 2 years, flashlight technology has drastically improved with much higher lumens.

I just sent it!:smiley:

I prefer a thin flashlight with the highest lumens I can get. Who can steer me to the best one. I am not sure it is in the "“Let”. Maybe it is. S

http://www.inspectoroutlet.com/f1603-flashlight.aspx

I love my Fenix lights. I have a PD32 UE that is nice and compact but very bright…easily lights up attics. It produces a neutral white LED light that does not distort color like other LED’s. I also have a TK22 but I normally use the PD32 because it is very compact. This is were I get them. Create a long in to see the sale prices. They also give discounts to veterans and first responders.

http://shaologear.com/

After reading this article, I have ordered the successor to the Fenix TK40 (for police work). May use it in home inspections if it’s as great as they say.

I recommend Fenix. I originally planned to buy SureFire, I think Fenix is “cheap non-branded products”. The result was surprising and I was completely wrong. The quality of this flashlight is so high that I cannot imagine it being so strong. The threads of the tail caps are all square threads, which means that they are carefully processed and anodized instead of simply tapping.
Other flashlights are also recommended here: https://www.gearhunder.com/best-tactical-flashlight/