I had one for a month then I got my dog run over. I quit hunting so I decided to sell it and kick myself everytime I think about it. It ain't the parts or features on a light. For the most part all lights use the same parts. It is how honorable and kind hearted the man that makes them is. And Mike Kelley is one of the finest men you will find. Other honorable mentions are Bobby at cajun lights. I have heard great things about Donnal Maggard at Moonshiner lights also. I heard that Mr. Bollinger is great too at Pro-lites. But you decide and you probably cant go wrong now a days.
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I bought it straight from kelley at autumn oaks in 2005. I left the charger in my friends truck when we got home and I didn't call him for a 3 weeks to get it. He was so amazed that the light lasted that long he called to get one. They actaully gave him a break on it because I had bought one. It was top quality I still see that light all the time my fox hunting buddy bought it. It still works great and this guy does not take care of it at all. He leaves it in his truck year round which is one of the worst things you can do. he runs it down dead every time before he charges which is another bad thing to do. He never dries out the nylon case which is the worst thing you can do but yet it still works. I just ordered a 26 volt k-light and I am positive I will be happy.
You can use any 2 iinch wide belt. I think they give you a belt of your size choice. The new led head piece is 100 bucks. I didn't have that but I would not be afraid to try one. My light that I ordered has a led walking light which is different than a led head.
I know for sure they make 21,22,26,28 and those small orange pocket lights you see at valley creek. They also make all of valley creeks lights that are higher than 20 volts. They don't have a website and they are working on a sales brochure but you know what word of mouth works for them.
Two years full and 2 years pro rated. I always liked a 21 volt light myself. Easy on bulbs and plenty of burn time. Now if you are a late round hunter you may want the split belt design light that is 8 amps. But I doubt you will need it. If you want the biggest get the 28 volt but you are going to blow bulbs but it will be bright. I have three 21 volts now so I figured I will get a 26 volt light this time. I have had a coonbuster 24 volt that I did not care for and I had a cajun 28 volt It was a good light but the nylon pouch was fricking huge and uncomfortable. A 21 volt will suit you fine I am sure. What light do you currently use?
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