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ThruNight "Ti3" Flashlight

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ThruNite Ti3 Flashlight

Make & Model

Brand:
ThruNight
Model:
Ti3
MSRP ($):
19.99

The "Ti3" by ThruNite is a small key chain flashlight with plenty of lumens to light up the night while kayak fishing. Small but bright the Ti3 has 120 lumens and four output modes, firefly, low, high and hidden strobe.

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(Updated: November 07, 2015)
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Little Light, Crazy Bright

After reading the Waterproof Survival Kit post here on YakAngler, I went through the list of items, and one in particular intrigued me, so I continued to find more info. I already have my own kit with everything, and I always have it with me on the water or land, but my light was a little bulky. So after a ton of research on the Ti3, I ordered one from Amazon for $20. I was blown away at how small and extremely bright this little flashlight is. I have used it dozens of times now. I'm out a lot at night working on photography projects and this light really helps. It has a "firefly" or low light setting that helps when working with the camera and doesn't blind you while you work. It's very easy to operate. For $20, i'm not putting it on my keyring just to lose, but I have clipped to my hat a few times, but for what I have been doing, I prefer the handheld use.

Overall, I am extremely pleased with this flashlight. I use this one so much for nightly use, I will be getting another just to keep in my bug out bag for emergencies (which is what I originally got it for). It's worth every penny I spent on it.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
small and super bright
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