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Dorcy 30-Lumen 3-Volt LED Replacement Bulb with 10-year Lifespan, (41-1643)

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Description

  • Works with any 2 cell AA, C, or D flashlight
  • A great way to upgrade an old flashlight
  • LED Bulb produces 100,000 hours of use over 10 years
  • 30 Lumens of light

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Customer Reviews

My Flashlight will have to be retired. Us old fashion flash light lovers, need to replace a bulb every so often. A problem exists, that I discovered after purchasing this product.The standard flash light uses the reflector, the bulb sits in to concentrates the light. So the bulb is designed to sit in a position of the reflector to allow the reflector to concentrate the light. Now the "problem" occurs when the LED replacement is put into the reflector.The position of the light source (the LED) is out position for light concentration, therefore you get a lot of light scatter.While the light may be brighter coming from flashlight, when you shine it on the area... you get less light.What this means, you need a flash light designed for LED's. 3Improves run time to 3 days instead of 3 hours with a Krypton bulb The LED bulb is in the purple Maglite shown in the customer photo. It runs strong for 3 days.The Krypton bulb from the MagLite is in the orange disposable flashlight. It runs for about 3 hours, and makes the flashlight 10 degrees hotter than the LED does. 5A "must have" for any worthy flashlight. I got two of these to upgrade a pair of military right-angle 2D flashlights (MX 991/U) and they are outstanding. If you have an incandescent light that's worthy of a few bucks to upgrade, DO SO. The military lights are built like tanks, just phenomenal things. But their pitiful light output and battery life screamed "OBSOLETE" yet I just couldn't get myself to toss them in the trash because they're otherwise so well made. Well, I put in these things and now they are brighter for sure. LED's aren't known for throwing tight long beams, especially in a non-focusable light like these, but, they now have a spot beam of equal brightness in the center "hot spot", but it's almost four times larger. So, for distance they'll illuminate things just as far, but they'll light up a much wider area. The "spill light" wide beam section is also greatly improved, lighting up things in the periphery that were once immersed in darkness. This tool now works as well as it's made AND will run for DAYS instead of the anemic and pitiful "few hours". The USGI manufacturer (Fulton) of the light actually makes a US made LED upgrade kit which includes not only the LED "bulb", but also comes with two D sized adapters so you can use the more common AA's. But, it's just over double the price, so... I got this Chinese made Dorcy LED upgrade instead. I wish it were US made, but still.. It's a great thing to have and there's not a single con to think of. The quality of the LED's light between both when viewed side by side shows a little difference (normal for LED's as no two are EXACTLY alike). Both are white for the most part, while one has a slight yellow tint in there giving it a little "warmth" like the old incandescent. The other has a hint of blue, however both are about 95% the same. This is a no brainer upgrade that will make your light brighter, work longer and will pay for itself in a few battery changes. 5Inexpensive LED intended for inexpensive 2 battery flashlights. Works great, but don't expect a huge increase in brightness. This is a direct replacement bulb for the very common 1643 or PR4 bulb. Basically if your flashlight uses two D batteries in a row (thus producing 3VDC), and you want to upgrade it to an LED, and the existing bulb looks like this picture, there is a 90%+ chance this will work. This is a cheap LED, to go in cheap flashlights. You will get a more pure white light, but depending on your reflector style, you may or may not see a significant increase in brightness with this product, and your beam may be more or less focused. (again, depending on reflector type)If you want a really big increase in brightness, go with a higher wattage, more expensive LED bulb. This is a cheap LED bulb intended for that cheap 2D or 2C flashlight you keep in the junk drawer in the kitchen.While it's not a huge increase in brightness, it is improved, and you do get is a LOT more run time at near full brightness (many hours, vs. many minutes with the old bulb), a pure white light that isn't and won't shift to orange, and excellent drop resistance (LEDs don't care about impacts as there's no filament to break).I happened to come into possession of an old waterproof scuba diving signal light that operates on two AA batteries (3V). This bulb was a direct replacement for it, and now not only is it a bit brighter, but the light will illuminate fully for hours instead of 15-30 minutes.The bottom line is unless you really want that old dim orange authentic look... you'll be much happier with this bulb in your flashlight. 5More efficient lighting Pros:- inexpensive "upgrade"- efficient- proper fitCons:- Add On ItemBottom line: Buy this for the efficiency if anything.You know what I love more than testing and comparing lights? Bringing old ones back to life with an LED.I easily installed this in a 2C cell Maglight and discovered a couple things that I really like. One is that it's now noticeably brighter and two, the LED is considerably more efficient.With the old bulb in, the batteries that were in the flashlight had sat for over a year in the flashlight. You can imagine how dim it was, it was barely illuminated.After installing this bulb, I reinstalled the old batteries and it was like they were new batteries. The light output with this LED was bright with the same batteries that were barely illuminating the old incandescent bulb.I then put new batteries in to see how much brighter the LED would appear and I really could not tell any difference in the light output between the old batteries and the new batteries. Talk about efficient!Now the lighting wasn't like the bulb changed the flashlight into a modern LED flashlight. It still contained the old patchy dark spots that the old bulb did but it was definitely brighter.As long as you don't expect it to turn a 3V flashlight into Surefire , I'm confident you'll be reasonably happy with the purchase as I was. 5Brightens up an old flashlight I use this on a Garrity rechargeable flashlight that runs on two AA NiMH, i.e. 2.4 V rather than the rated 3 V. It puts out a much nicer beam than the incandescent bulb, with a solid center and dim periphery, both uniform and circular. At a distance of 5' (1.5m), the bright inner circle has a diameter of about 10" (25 cm). With a proper 3 V supply it would do even better.Update Jan 2017: I bought another. The inner circle isn't as well defined as in the bulb I reviewed above, meaning you couldn't pick out the edge of the bright circle as easily. But no change in overall illumination. On the negative side, this puts out 30 lumens in an age when the standard is getting to be 100 lumens on 1.5 V on a $10 flashlight like the Coast HP1. So this may not be the best ratio of light to money; what it does is bring your old favorite reliable power-failure or whatever 3 V light into the 21st C. I hope they upgrade this product with a brighter LED at the same price. 5Good brightness, great value for money. This bulb is excellent value for money. It may not be the brightest LED bulb available but it is almost certainly the cheapest, and it is brighter than the incandescent bulb it replaces. It also produces a nice white light.It seems to focus better than other LED upgrades out there in smaller fixed-focus flashlights.The main advantage with a LED upgrade like this is that it will last practically forever (50,000 or 100,000 hours or whatever it is this week) and it will pay for itself in battery savings if you use the flashlight often. It uses far less power than a Krypton bulb while producing more light.Great value if you have a older lamp or flashlight you don't want to throw out - this will make it much more useful. 5Not strictly compatible with maglites. Replacing a bulb should be a fairly easy Job however this would not fit in my 2 cell heavy duty maglite, everything was fine until until I went to replace the silver collar to lock it down, but it doesn't fit so I'm pushing down trying to force it together which resulted in the bulb springing across the room multiple times until I could get them together. When I eventually did I screwed everything back together and the thing pops off again inside the flashlight. The bulb itself seems pretty good however now that I've gone back to look at other bulbs I've noticed this design is slightly different to bulbs that say they're compatible with maglites. Don't be tempted by the price it's not worth the frustration. 2Bulb works, but not in my 2 D-cell flashlight. I will be returning the bulb. I have a 2 D-cell flashlight. The bulb fits but does not operate in the flashlight. I thought it was burned out so I bought a second at the local hardware store. It also did not work. (The regular incandescent bulb works.) Then I ran a wire to the base and the 2 D-cell batteries and to the bulb. Guess what -- it didn't work. Then I wired it backwards and it works. So, the bulb works but with the current running only one way -- and it's not the way my flashlight is wired. My recommendation: If you have a 2 D-cell Garrity flashlight do not buy this bulb. 1A good product and a big improvement, but if you need even more light consider more lumens I installed a Dorcy 41-1643 30 Lumen 3 Volt LED replacement bulb into a 2 D-cell MagLite. It is clearly brighter than the original bulb, but doesn't appear to work as well with the MagLite's ability to focus into a tight beam as some of the alternatives. The only other comparison I can offer is a 55 Lumen LED replacement by Nite Ize. Not surprisingly the 55 lumen was considerably brighter than the 30 lumen Dorcy, but the Nite Ize was also more than twice the cost. Depending upon your needs you will be more than satisfied with the 30 lumen Dorcy. It doesn't cost much more than brand-name regular bulbs and provides a brighter beam, and presumably longer lasting batteries. Good bang for the buck.If you have a better than average flashlight, want to illuminate greater distances, and can justify spending nine buck for a bulb, then consider the Nite Ize LED Upgrade Bulb for C/D Flashlights, 55 Lumen Bulb. I paid $8.97 vs. $3.99 for the Dorcy, but the difference between that and the 55 lumen Nite Ize is huge and immediately apparent. 4
Dorcy 30-Lumen 3-Volt LED Replacement Bulb with 10-year Lifespan, (41-1643)

Dorcy 30-Lumen 3-Volt LED Replacement Bulb with 10-year Lifespan, (41-1643)

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€36,00
Sale price
€36,00
Regular price
€60,00
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per 
Save 40% (€24,00)