Inspector Outlet launches a high-end flashlight section.

You bringing them to Vegas ?

Yep. Leaving tomorrow in the van. 11.5 hour drive.

Very nice Nick. When I get in tonight I think I wil go shopping as I have a flashlight fetish…:shock: Today is also my NACHI yearly renewel;)


Cool Cool

Was going to ask about the maintenance books but forget
lugging them in my luggage.

Not making Vegas Jim ?

I can’t, medical reasons :frowning:

NIck…1st opurchase. Eventually I will have them all:)

Order Confirmation

Thank you for your order, James Keilson.
Your order number is: 11220
Date of order: 10/18/2013 4:08 PM


No and the most likely reason is because he Hung out with Hefner to long.

Those were the good old days;) Well these days aren’t bad either other than health issue. But Biz is incredible,


Good for you Jim. That is what I want to hear from all us. Yes! I do.
Same with my group. In the past 2 weeks we have done 3 mulit’s at 4500 a piece and it has put us way ahead of the curve.

It is just God is with us.
That’s why I haven’t been on the board as I was.
Buzy as dollar day at the whore house. LOL

Roy L.
Call me when you have a chance. I would like to hear from you.

Sure would like paling around just for tips…:slight_smile:
Which flashlight did you get.
600 lumens seems like plenty as too bright makes for a white washed photo.
Guess it depends on the focus spread.

Worry about battery life and bulb life as well.
I go through AA like water.

IMHO the light are a little too much $. but I’m a cheapskate!

600 ain’t crap if it has a good bezel .

I use 180 lumens right now and it is plenty.
Nice tiny cree.

I use a 250,

Bob, try taking the photo with the flashlight on and the camera flash off, both does seem to create glare for me too. Sometimes it gets a better result than the camera flash.

Here is one in a dark crawl at 500 lums with flash.

Those areas arent where my issues typically are, its getting a photo of plumbing the white oxidization reflects as does a wet spot, or an attic with insulation particles floating around in the air.

I actually find the flashlight and flash combined actually cause less reflection at times but it depends on settings.

When using my Sony a flash often is not needed if there is even a small amount of light.

Steady hand makes a giant difference.

Roy, I will give you a ring soon, that would be nice.

I have so many different lights as I have said before I have this Flashlight fetish …LOL Iwent for this one as it has 1000 lumens, but has 2 settings so its adjustable and of course the Strobe hehe for those of us with light fetishes or for when we get stuck in an Attic or Crawl and need to be rescued:shock:…haha

Jim :

**1,000 Lumen LED flashlight with rotating ring beam adjustment

The Saurus F1603 flashlight uses 2 Li-ion batteries to drive a CREE XML T6 LED bulb with up to 1,000 lumens of light output. The beam is adjustable with a simple rotating of the ring on the focus head.


  • 100,000 life hours
  • Aeronautic aluminum alloy body
  • Weather resistant
  • Shockproof
  • Professionally-designed rotating ring focusing system
  • Anti-rolling design and body clip
  • Push-button switch


  • **Bulb Type: **Super bright Cree XML T6 LED
  • **Battery Type: **2 x Li-ion 18650
  • **Brightness: **10W, 1,00 lumens
  • **Beam Range: **600 yd
  • **Body Material: **Aluminum Alloy
  • **Battery Life: **3-4 Hours (High Mode)
  • **Beam Adjust: **Rotating Ring
  • **Switch Type: **Tail Press Switch
  • **Color: **Black
  • **Lenght: **9.5 in
  • **Head Diameter: **1.8 in
  • **Weight: **13.7 oz (w/ Battery)
  • **Mode: **High, Mid, Low, SOS, Strobe

****Package Includes:

  • Saurus F1603 Flashlight
  • 2 x Li-ion 18650 Battery
  • AC Wall Charger
  • Wrist Strap

Nick, and Crew…I just received my new flashlight, and man this is sweet. I love it and it fits right in with all my others. This will be my most used for awhile.

Thanks again guys