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Model #
LRB2-07-PR
Item #
672974
Nite Ize

LED Flashlight Upgrade Kit

LED Flashlight Upgrade Kit is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8.
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Model #
LRB2-07-PR
Item #
672974

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Description
The Nite Ize LED Upgrade Kit converts most C & D (2-6 cell PR style flange) incandescent flashlights into bright, long lasting (100,000 hour) LED flashlights. It's as easy as replacing the bulb - instantly, your flashlight will emit a pure white (as opposed to the incandescent dull yellow) light, in spot to flood focus. Self-adjusting for all capacity levels, this efficient LED technology also ensures a much longer battery life, making it not only a useful, versatile improvement, but an environmentally-friendly & pocketbook-friendly one as well.
  • 55 Lumen Output (Estimated Max Lumen output only - actual performance depends on operation conditions, cells used and flashlight.)
  • Fits Most 2-6 cell C&D cell flashlights - PR Flange Style
  • Simple to Install - As simple as replacing the original bulb
  • Environmentally Friendly- Minimizes battery waste and bulb replacement waste… Lighting the way for our sustainable future
  • Save money on replacement batteries and bulbs
  • Dimensions: 0.88" x 0.52" x 0.52" | 22.55mm x 13.37mm x 13.37mm
  • Weight: 0.07oz | 2.00g
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 672974
Weight 0.0600
UPC 00094664030077
Package Width 0.6
Package Length 3.1
Package Height 5.7
Model Number LRB2-07-PR
Brand Nite Ize
Assembled Width 0.52
Assembled Length 0.52
Assembled Height 0.96
Manufacturer Name NITE IZE INC
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another caution when using rechargeables [This is an addendum to my previous review] When modifying a lantern to reduce the cell count to 2, one must also make sure that the pair of cells will get charged properly. If you use a separate charger that holds the cells individually, this is no problem. I can't say whether any particular lantern/flashlight with an internal charger would properly charge fewer cells than the design intended, nor even that damage to the Nite Ize bulb would not occur when attempting to charge. There's nothing, however, preventing you from always using a separate charger and keeping a freshly charged pair ready to swap in as I do. Warning: You must NEVER plug the flashlight into AC power without the batteries installed. With no battery load on the charging circuitry, depending on the design, damage to the circuitry may result. Do NOT attempt any such a modification if using a Lithium Ion (LiIon) battery. Charging these is not so simple and they're a fire hazard when charged improperly.
Date published: 2018-11-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strong light source but careful with rechargeables I bought this light source for my 6v lantern. I found that the Nite Ize replacement only uses a small part of the reflector because it doesn't radiate towards the base. Because my lantern has a removable holder for the bulb, I was able to adjust the focus so it gives a bright (but funny shaped) spot at long range but morphs into a pair of concentric rings at short range. At short range, however, the non-reflected (direct) light from the LED is brighter than the reflected light and so this aberration is not a problem. The direct light is much brighter than that of the incandescent it replaces. It eliminates the need for constant scanning of the lantern at close range. I would say if your lantern/flashlight has a deep reflector (most of the reflector forward of the filament of your incandescent bulb), you will probably have better results at long range than I do. The bulb really needs to uniformly illuminate more of the reflector to form a good beam. The device contains electronics to keep the power into the LED nearly independent of supply voltage within the specified range. This is a mixed blessing. The light output will not significantly follow the battery's discharge curve. An incandescent bulb exaggerates the curve. If you're using a primary (non-rechargeable) battery, you'll find the light output nearly constant until the battery is completely exhausted - not much warning for low battery, but it's good to the last drop. If you're using a secondary (rechargeable) battery, watch out! When a battery is nearly exhausted, the individual cells generally will not reach their "must charge now" condition at the same moment. If your rechargeable battery has 3 or more cells, the light may be running on 2 cells by the time you finally notice it needs charging and by then the other cell(s) may have been charged in reverse by the stronger ones and permanently damaged. Some time ago (still using the incandescent bulb), I replaced a dead 6v battery in this lantern with an adapter that takes 4 D cells so I could use rechargeable cells. I've addressed the problem described above by modifying the adapter from 4 cells to 2. The bulb draws 245 mA at 5.2v, and 354 mA at 2.6v. That's less than a 30% drop in power, which believe it or not is hardly noticeable to the eye. It should make battery damage much less likely and lets me always have a freshly charged battery to swap in with just the 4 cells I originally bought. Max current as the voltage decreases is approx. 380 mA. I haven't put the first pair through its first cycle yet, but estimate the 2500 mAH cells should be good for about 7 hours, which is longer than they take to charge. If your application uses more than 2 rechargeable cells, I'd highly recommend making this modification any SAFE way you can before installing this bulb. Don't puncture a battery pack, and make sure you will not create a way for any part of the battery to short out. I would not recommend using this bulb with any rechargeable battery that cannot tolerate repeated discharge to below a volt, simply because there's still, in a pinch, usable light output at that level. When you start to see the light fading, charge it!
Date published: 2018-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would buy this again Quite a while ago I upgraded my Maglites with these bulbs. They are great and focus well.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fits my 12V Black & Decker Firestorm flashlight LED's use so much less power. I tried the LED upgrade on my 12V Firestorm Black & Decker lamp. Installed clean and easy. The LED is very bright and adds more value to my otherwise lack luster battery brightness and consumption using a standard bulb. The standard bulb also got hot during use and ran down the ni-cad lantern battery quickly This upgrade is the way to go if your using your lantern after dark for quite awhile and it still has ni-cad batteries in it. Very bight lamp now. Guess i'll be keeping my little 12 V lamp and drill. GG .
Date published: 2017-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LED replacement bulb for C & D size battery flashlights was LED replacement bulb for C & D size battery flashlights was easy to change out. LED bulb is much brighter than the old incadescent blub which is what I wanted for my wife's car & our emergency kitchen Maglite flashlights.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Agree these bulbs are amazing. Gotta be careful though, bec Agree these bulbs are amazing. Gotta be careful though, because they need so little power to run that the batteries become discharged to the point of leaking. This is a problem when the battery cells get stuck in the Maglite.
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I picked up one of these by chance, curious as to how it dif I picked up one of these by chance, curious as to how it differed from the 1 Watt LED mod by Nite Ize and discovered that it has made a brilliant "survival" light mod. Light output is relatively low however adequate for seeing in the dark, and results in exceptional runtimes for 2D flashlights or higher. I used mine during the tornado and weeklong blackout here two weeks ago it made a reliable and long-life survival light. It's still using the same batteries and has been since last year.
Date published: 2013-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Got the LED bulb upgrade for my 2D maglite before mag made L Got the LED bulb upgrade for my 2D maglite before mag made LEDs. Changed the batteries after 2 years because I could not believe it was still running.On second set of batteries in 4 years.Still works like new, using every day for 2 minutes. They use less power than the real Maglite which I like.
Date published: 2012-09-23
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