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TerraLUX TLE-6EX accesorios de iluminación - Accesorio de iluminación (Metálico, MagLite, 33 h)
|Precio final del producto|
- 140 lúmenes de salida
- Hasta 33 horas de tiempo de ejecución
- Se adapta Maglite 4 - 6 Cell linternas
- Regulable electrónicamente para una salida de luz constante; LED nunca necesita reemplazar
- Mantiene la capacidad para enfocar el haz de linterna
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The140 lumen TerraLUX TLE-6EXB produce a yellow light. Lowe's hardware has a 40 lumen LED for about the same cost as the TerraLUX that produces bright white light. The Lowe's bulb either produces more than 40 lumen or the TerraLUX don't produce 140 lumen. I actually like the Lowe's bulb better. I own several small flashlights that produce 400, 600 and 1000 lumen so the giant Mag lights don't hold a "candle" to my small lights.
The TerraLUX TLE-6EX for 4 to 6 cell lights does produce nice white light. I screwed up when I ordered thinking my biggest Mag light was a 4 D cell but it was only a 3 cell. I put the TerraLUX TLE-6EX in my 3 cell Mag light anyway and am happy with the illumination it provides. It would probably be even better with more cells.
To sum it up I would not buy the TerraLUX TLE-6EXB LED's again. Save your money and buy a new flashlight on Amazon! The TerraLUX TLE-6EX with its bright white light may work really well in the 4 to 6 cell lights. All three of my Mag lights that I brought back to life from the dead flashlight box have new batteries, so weak batteries isn't the problem with the TerraLUX TLE-6EXB.
Misleading product description. The Maglite retaining ring from your MagLite has an opening that needs to be larger than the top of this replacement LED bulb. That part of the bulb is 0.4285 inch. I recommend removing the retaining ring from your existing MagLite bulb and make sure that it is large enough e.g. about 7/16 inch. The attached images might be a little technical, but hope that these help you avoid wasting close to $20.
December, 2016 udpate
I bought a new retaining ring and this bulb now fits into my Maglite. The light has a dark square in the center of the light. This bulb is ok, but not ideal for a Maglite.
This product still not as good as any true MAGLITE LED, but BETTER than the other choice.
So, first off, KNOW WHAT YOU NEED before you review the product poorly!!! Any review that complains about the size of the bulb, well, that's on the reviewer for not understanding their needs!
It IS a PERFECT fit for older MAGLITE flashlights that have an incandescent bulb, for example, a 4D Cell circa 2004 that have the collar that has collar threads at 13.5mm and a collar opening at 11.4mm!
So, if you need a bulb for such a flashlight, it WILL work for you.
Compared to a 3D Cell LED MAGLITE, it's orders of magnitude dimmer!!!
Compared to a 4D Cell Incandescent MAGLITE, it's still dimmer. It IS a "whiter" light, so some may "see" that as brighter, but it's not any brighter.
Again, if you need a replacement bulb, for an older (not saying old!) MAGLITE, take some measurements, this will likely fit. And you should be happy as a replacement. As an upgrade, still say no.
That said, don't expect it to be anywhere as good as newer LED MAGLITE flashlights released in the past few years.
Finally, agree with some about the ability to "focus" the light. Must be a function of the lens optics expecting an incandescent bulb? But it does translate to just a very narrow "beam" of light, no matter the adjustments made to "focus" things.
(for full disclosure, compared side by side a 3D true LED MAGLITE to a 4D Incandescent MAGLITE, to a 4D MAGLITE with this bulb [as well as the other mentioned bulb], all of which had fresh D Cell batteries)
Some have mentioned that this bulb did NOT fit - they also mentioned that they had new MagLight flashlight. This seems to be where the problem comes from. MY MagLight is nearly 20 years old and this was a great fit. Double check your bulb before you buy it.
The reason I purchased this bulb was two-fold: 1: My current set of batteries (4-D cells) were getting old and the light output was very dim compared to what new batteries would cost. 2: I also know from experience that some bulbs grow dim before they die. Given that I was about spend $5 on batteries, and possibly another $5 on a new bulb, the additional $5 to test the LED bulb seemed like a decent option.
The difference in light output between the two was night and day! (pun intended) It's a more consistent light - the focus ring on the light doesn't do quite as much with this bulb, but the overall intensity on the focused spot is much more than before. I've seen some bulbs rated with higher lumens, but for my needs around the house this is more than plenty.