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Which brand of light's have the longest burn time?Looking for new light.

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that depends on the voltage and the way you use it.
i have a 21 volt bright eyes belt light with a hand spot. i get about 14 hours on the low side and about 5 on the high side. but if i only use the low side and mix in the hand spot the time goes down. also burns different times in cold weather. so i guess it depends is my answer..
i have heard the prolight has a good burn time but i have never owned one so i cant give you any info on them.

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I have a Blazer and love it. I have had it for a couple of years and I can still hunt all night long without a problem not sure of the exact burn time but I know it lasts me all night long it is a 21 volt.


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Thanks Steve and Bawler.

Oh yea Steve little problem I had no longer a problem!Pup is starting to get on out there and working what I would call pretty good treed last night twice one den and a ground hole don't know for sure it was coon.


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Glad to hear it. Was it what we thought it was with the other one?


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YEP!Thanks again.


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I have had all of these before Cajun, sunburst, bandit, bright eyes, blazer, K-lights, and a 6volt hot lite. They all make a great product that is why they all are still in business and have a following. I will tell you that the two lights I have left are the Bright eyes dominator 21 volt and a 16 volt blazer lithiom ion. These were the best of all the above mentioned in my opinion. The reason is they are six years old and still work well. I have hunted both of these lights for two weeks in a row together. So that is a week apiece. But I do not sit there with my light on and look around at stuff. I do not shine trees for an hour at a time saying he must be in there duke wouldn't lie. All of these lights are good so do not be afraid to buy one. I want to try another K-light because I sold mine before I tested it extensivly. Also want to try Pro-lite, moonshiner,and Star hunting lights. I do not believe there is a nickel worth of difference in parts between companies just workmanship and sale price thats all. As for burn time 4 amp is 4 amp and 8 amp is 8 amp. Don't use your light like a fool and any light will last you 3 or 4 nights of hardhunting.

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I do not believe there is a nickel worth of difference in parts between companies just workmanship and sale price thats all.


I think it also comes down to WARRANTY and CUSTOMER SERVICE.

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I do not believe there is a nickel worth of difference in parts between companies just workmanship and sale price thats all.


I think it also comes down to WARRANTY and CUSTOMER SERVICE.

Now a days Buckshot it is hard to find that warranty work and friendly customer service. You are right and I forgot to mention probably the two most important things. I know for a fact Mike Kelley at K-lights replaced a mans batteries in his belt lite for free. the warranty was up by one month and the terminals were corroded so that told mike the guy never dried it out when it got wet. That people is call negligence and is not covered under warranty. But he replaced them free of charge anyhow.


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