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 Post subject: Belt Lights
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 10:45 pm 
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i have tried to read past post about belt lights, the pros and cons. it seems like most of you like the box light. For some reason I still want a belt light LOL. I am really confused about the brand i should buy. are they pretty much all the same? the brands that seem to be talked about the most on here are...
Cajun, Bright Eyes, Sunburst, Bandit to name a few. I called a couple dealers this week and told them that i was leaning towards a Cajun Stinger (which they sold) and they both told me that the Bright eyes 21V was the best selling "belt light" in the country. so now i am asking for your opinion so i can get this light bought this week! I do know that i want my light in the 20/21V range.Thanks


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 10:55 pm 
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I have a 21 volt bright eyes and I love it I have never replaced the bulb for three yrs


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i got the stinger + its a cajun too 21volt I LOVE THE LIGHT NEVER LET ME DOWN easy company to get deal with services wise i prefer the full belt vs the compact ones they seem to distribute the weight better.
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I have a 28V Pro Lite now that is bright. It is so bright I would swear it was daylight.

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i like nite lite's.

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Pick the one with the best warranty and you can't go wrong. Everyone makes a dud once in a while, just hope you don't end up with it :O. I've had a blazer 21 volt belt light for almost a year now, hunting 4-6 nights a week and havnt even replaced the bulb yet. Still wearing the extra that came with it in my pouch.

The lights that you mentioned are all good quality, I'd just grab the best warranty. Good luck


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i have the bright eyes 21 volt and its a hell of a light. I hunt with some guys that hunt cajuns and they just don't have the battery life that the bright eyes does.

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About how much are people lights costing them? I want to get a good light but i dont want to spend much more than 100.


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Check out the moonshiner lights I cant say enuff good things about um full 3 year warranty great people to deal with got the 21 volt belt and love it

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i have the valley creek light that is 20V i love it. works great and is extreamly bright. had it 2 years now and now problems.


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Do either of you two remember what those cost you?


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how are grain valley lights


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A good light for a $100 or just over , you better go used . I have never found a decent light for that price . Look to spend a little over $200 atleast

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oh alright


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2008 11:38 pm 
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japs cr kennels wrote:
how are grain valley lights


I have one I have been using for 3 years. No problems, good product, excellent service!!

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