• Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
  • Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
  • Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
  • Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black
Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black

Maglite RL2019 LED Rechargeable Flashlight System with 12V DC Auto Adapter, Black

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  • QuickClik mode selector allows the quickest access to all of the different modes within the 'General' function set, choose Full Power (up to 643 Lumens); Low Power (up to 148 Lumens); or Eco Mode - Featuring improved recharging efficiency and a super power saving mode that yields up to 66 lumens while greatly extending the battery life
  • Featuring three additional function sets including Outdoor, Law Enforcement, and Military/Tactical; each offering a different set of functions invoked in a different sequence for the quickest access to the functions each particular user prefers
  • Advanced lighting instrument made in America and built tough enough to last a lifetime while offering a powerful projecting beam with an advanced focus system that adjust from spot to flood with less than 1/4 turn of the head
  • Water-resistant (IPX4), Drop-resistant, National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) certified and rechargeable making it perfect for law enforcement officers, emergency responders, military service men and women, or anyone that needs a reliable flashlight
  • Superior quality craftsmanship with weather-resistant seals, diamond knurl design and anodized inside and out for improved corrosion resistance and durability making it suitable for camping, climbing, fishing, hunting, or any adventure

Customer Reviews

While more powerful, This light is not the quality of the original police halogen version that I own. This rechargeable 6V Maglite, while it looks like the original & is more powerful and at the same time less expensive, it is also in my opinion, of lesser quality than the original (rechargeable 6V halogen flashlight that the police use) for at least 2 reasons: #1 the lens on this product is very easily scratched plastic, whereas the original was hardened,scratch resistant glass. #2 original 6v Magcharger came with a quick release metal mounting bracket for the wall or under dash for the charger cradle. This one does not.#3 and I am not sure this is a deficiency yet, but the charging module on this model IS WAY lest robust, lighter , about the size of an average phone charger I'd have been more comfortabnle with a big bulky heavy one, that feels substantial and reliable like the original has been (for 25 years) But I am no expert on modern power supplies. If I find more deficiencies, I will add them here.So i have switched lenses, putting the glass one in my new Magcharger. This to me truly makes it better than the original light.This Maglite has four operational modes variously available in 5 programs that are easy to select. The modes are full power, low power, even lower "eco" mode and "strobe". The programs are "general"", "outdoor", "law enforcement" and "tactical" 4LED Rechargable Maglite I have used one of the old style halogen bulb magchargers for about 12 years now and have never had a problem with it at all. Has been on the charger for over 12 years always ready to use and still works great to thus day. I just wanted somthing better and in todays LED world thought id give thus one a try. Suprisenly it was cheaper on here than the one i bought over 12 years ago. Antways this thing is awesome. Much better features and the light it puts out us amazing. Not only is it like a spot light but it spreads out abd will light up the whoke field. Amazin light abd really like how you can switcg from high/med/low fast . Love it 5Choices I had to give up my Streamlight Stinger LED. It was a great light and served me well. Having become accustomed to a quality flashlight, I set out to replace it. After some digging, I decided to purchase the MagCharger LED. I m not going to try and tell you one is better than the other, but would like to point out some differences for anyone else that might be looking at this class of light.Both the MagCharger and the Stinger are well designed and claim a one meter drop rating. The Stinger feels more rugged. The MagCharger is decent, but I feel like I could drop the Stinger off the top of a building (and may actually have, but please don t do it yourself). I also feel like the threads on the MagCharger are not as well machined as those on the Stinger.The Stinger makes plenty of good light, but the MagCharger LED outclasses it. I believe the 680 lumen rating. The MagCharger does send out a lot of peripheral light, which is good for most practical purposes. I ve used LED spotlights with very little peripheral light and they re very frustrating.The Stinger has a fixed beam. The MagCharger allows some degree of focus. They claim flood to spot , but it s really wide spot to tight spot . I believe I could widen it a bit more if I were to file down the adjustment ring. Even though it s not as adjustable as I would like it to be, it is useful to have some degree of adjustment. Also keep in mind the fair amount of peripheral light that it will always cast.Most Stingers utilize a NiCAD battery. The MagCharger utilizes a NiMH battery. I won t dig deep into the pros and cons of each battery type, other than to provide the following flashlight advice. Avoid NiCAD if you want the flashlight to sit in a charger all day. Avoid NiMH if you plan on running the flashlight dry before charging it.The Stinger is not a small flashlight by modern standards, but it is dwarfed by the size of the MagCharger (uses a 5 x D cell battery). If you opt for the Stinger and want a belt carrier, I d go with a basket (closed or open bottom). If you opt for the MagCharger and want a belt carrier, I d use an open loop (I prefer the leather loop carriers).The larger size and battery choice of the MagCharger allow it to run 2-3 times longer than the Stinger, even though the MagCharger puts out much more light. In the low power mode, which is bright enough to easily call Medium, it ll go 16 hours on a full charge.Neither light seems to get excessively warm.The button on the Stinger is relatively easy to work with gloves (not as good as the Streamlight SL20 series). The button on the MagCharger is smaller and flush with the light, making it difficult to work with gloves. You can push the button just fine, but finding it is where the difficulty lies. The Stinger can be purchased with an optional tailcap button for those that prefer it. A tailcap button on a light the size of the MagCharger would be silly.Both come with a mountable charger that allow you to snap the flashlight right into it. The charger for the Stinger is a pain. It s solid, but placing the light in it is a game of chance. Even if you get it right, it may not stay properly lined up. The charger for the MagCharger, while not as solid (still pretty good) is much easier to work with. Shove the light into the charger and you re good to go. Of the mountable chargers I've worked with, the MagCharger is easily my favorite. The charger for the Streamlight SL20 series is second, but you need a lot of room above the charger to drop the light into it and you need to line things up.With the MagCharger, you get a charger that can be used either on 120V AC or 12-14V DC. With the Stinger, you purchase specific configurations, dependent on your needs.Both lights have multiple modes. The MagCharger can be programed to have your preferred combination of High, "Low", Momentary, Flash, and SOS. The Stinger has a fixed series of Momentary (half press), High / Medium / Low (hold to set) and Flash (double tap). While the MagCharger allows you to program your preference, I find the Stinger s preprogramed modes to be more natural to use. I may be biased from years of use of the Stinger.The Stinger is made in China. The MagCharger is made in the USA.At the time of writing, the MagCharger is a bit more expensive than the Stinger. It s not a lot more expensive, but noticeable. The MagCharger LED is also brand new to the market. I suspect that it ll eventually drop to be more competitive.Every purchase is one of compromise. Overall, I m pleased with my purchase. The MagCharger LED does what I need and want it to do. Hopefully, you can find the light that does what you need it to do. 4Perfect flashlight I LOVE this flashlight. I owned one about twenty years ago and damaged it to the point of no return. After not having one for so long it feels good to have one again. With three settings for the flashlight (click the power button three times for three different settings) and over twelve hours of charging the flashlight, the amount of light emanating from this flashlight far exceeds your average flashlight, heavyduty and yet light and sturdier than your average flashlight, I highly recommend buying one of these for yourself or someone in law enforcement or the military it is definitely worth the price 5Very powerful light beam. A fully discharged unit charges up after about 10 hours and the owner's manual advises to let the unit charge fully (about 24 hours) before initial use. According to the manufacturer, this is to ensure that the battery develops a good charge/discharge pattern. The unit can be left in the charging cradle indefinitely without ill-effect on the unit so it will always be ready for use.The unit is quite heavy once you install the battery pack. You can wall-mount the charging cradle, but make sure you use very strong wall anchors as snapping the unit into and removing it from the charging cradle takes a bit of effort.The unit will give you a full, powerful light beam for approximately 4 hours on the high setting. On medium (manufacturer calls this setting "low"), the run time is approximately 17 hours and on the low (Eco) setting, approximately 37 hours. You can reduce the light output by pressing the on/off switch rapidly twice or three times. From the off position, click once, high beam, click twice, medium beam, click three times, low beam.The unit carries a lifetime warranty and the battery pack is warranted for one year.To get the most out of this wonderful flashlight, read the owner's manual (English, French and Spanish) which comes with the unit and follow the maintenance advice. It's a great investment. 5I See the Light! And everything else with this light! I have the incandescent version of this rechargeable flashlight system and the LED version is much brighter! It's a spotlight compared to the incandescent light! I'm really happy with my purchase - I LOVE it! I hope it has a long life. I have included some pictures of my incandescent and LED versions for comparison for fun. 5Bright and Heavy Duty Super bright, bulky/heavy; built like a tank holds charge a long time.It fell off of my ATV the first week of use and sat in about two inches of water for two weeks before I found it. (Weather was rainy and cold almost the entire time.)I Just picked it up, wiped it off and just like new. No leaks, still charges fine and works perfectly. 5DON'T BUY For this amount of money this should have been a good light . I bought this flash light for a elderly friend when he needed to go outside at night time , I would love to say it works great BUT IT DOES NOT , as for as I can tell the charger is not good . The light will not charge and I am assuming it is the charger because the light on the charger does not work to show me it is working at all . After the flashlight being on a 24 hour charge it still does not work but neither does the charger light . SAVE your money and DON'T BUY IT . 1Still good, but not a great as the old. The LED is definitely brighter than the old halogen/xenon lamps, and the battery is compatible with my old ones. But that's where my praise ends...I wish this was compatible with my old Mag Rechargeable lights. Sadly, these new ones are thinner walled construction and, therefore, a smaller diameter. The charging rings and contacts are also different and don't line up, even if they were the same diameter. The different diameter also means my neoprene grips don't fit. I have the same issue on some of the new D-cell LED MagLites, and it sucks.I ended up giving this one to my mom and repairing/rebuilding her old version so I had another one compatible with my old units.I'm also not a fan of the electronic switches. I prefer the mechanical switch.So, if Mag can come up with the best of the old and new, that would be great! 4A great improvement over previous NiCad/Halogen MagCharger This is my 3rd Mag-Charger in 20 years. Unlike the previous models, this one has a smart charging system that automatically conditions the battery for you, and prevents it from forming a "memory", so you always get a full charge.The LED "bulb" is very bright, brighter than the previous halogen bulb. There are 3 brightness levels to choose from using the improved on/off switch, so you can conserve battery power if you like. The LED in this flashlight projects a better, clearer field of light, without any annoying dark spots.On the subject of battery life - this battery seems to have a much longer life and less charging is needed overall.This model does not seem as "heavy-duty" or indestructible as the previous model. Maybe the aluminum they are using is thinner: I don't know. But is seems it would be durable enough for most people's needs.If this flashlight were lost or stolen, I would not hesitate to buy the same model as a replacement. 5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.sg, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
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Description
  • QuickClik mode selector allows the quickest access to all of the different modes within the 'General' function set, choose Full Power (up to 643 Lumens); Low Power (up to 148 Lumens); or Eco Mode - Featuring improved recharging efficiency and a super power saving mode that yields up to 66 lumens while greatly extending the battery life
  • Featuring three additional function sets including Outdoor, Law Enforcement, and Military/Tactical; each offering a different set of functions invoked in a different sequence for the quickest access to the functions each particular user prefers
  • Advanced lighting instrument made in America and built tough enough to last a lifetime while offering a powerful projecting beam with an advanced focus system that adjust from spot to flood with less than 1/4 turn of the head
  • Water-resistant (IPX4), Drop-resistant, National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) certified and rechargeable making it perfect for law enforcement officers, emergency responders, military service men and women, or anyone that needs a reliable flashlight
  • Superior quality craftsmanship with weather-resistant seals, diamond knurl design and anodized inside and out for improved corrosion resistance and durability making it suitable for camping, climbing, fishing, hunting, or any adventure
Reviews

Customer Reviews

While more powerful, This light is not the quality of the original police halogen version that I own. This rechargeable 6V Maglite, while it looks like the original & is more powerful and at the same time less expensive, it is also in my opinion, of lesser quality than the original (rechargeable 6V halogen flashlight that the police use) for at least 2 reasons: #1 the lens on this product is very easily scratched plastic, whereas the original was hardened,scratch resistant glass. #2 original 6v Magcharger came with a quick release metal mounting bracket for the wall or under dash for the charger cradle. This one does not.#3 and I am not sure this is a deficiency yet, but the charging module on this model IS WAY lest robust, lighter , about the size of an average phone charger I'd have been more comfortabnle with a big bulky heavy one, that feels substantial and reliable like the original has been (for 25 years) But I am no expert on modern power supplies. If I find more deficiencies, I will add them here.So i have switched lenses, putting the glass one in my new Magcharger. This to me truly makes it better than the original light.This Maglite has four operational modes variously available in 5 programs that are easy to select. The modes are full power, low power, even lower "eco" mode and "strobe". The programs are "general"", "outdoor", "law enforcement" and "tactical" 4LED Rechargable Maglite I have used one of the old style halogen bulb magchargers for about 12 years now and have never had a problem with it at all. Has been on the charger for over 12 years always ready to use and still works great to thus day. I just wanted somthing better and in todays LED world thought id give thus one a try. Suprisenly it was cheaper on here than the one i bought over 12 years ago. Antways this thing is awesome. Much better features and the light it puts out us amazing. Not only is it like a spot light but it spreads out abd will light up the whoke field. Amazin light abd really like how you can switcg from high/med/low fast . Love it 5Choices I had to give up my Streamlight Stinger LED. It was a great light and served me well. Having become accustomed to a quality flashlight, I set out to replace it. After some digging, I decided to purchase the MagCharger LED. I m not going to try and tell you one is better than the other, but would like to point out some differences for anyone else that might be looking at this class of light.Both the MagCharger and the Stinger are well designed and claim a one meter drop rating. The Stinger feels more rugged. The MagCharger is decent, but I feel like I could drop the Stinger off the top of a building (and may actually have, but please don t do it yourself). I also feel like the threads on the MagCharger are not as well machined as those on the Stinger.The Stinger makes plenty of good light, but the MagCharger LED outclasses it. I believe the 680 lumen rating. The MagCharger does send out a lot of peripheral light, which is good for most practical purposes. I ve used LED spotlights with very little peripheral light and they re very frustrating.The Stinger has a fixed beam. The MagCharger allows some degree of focus. They claim flood to spot , but it s really wide spot to tight spot . I believe I could widen it a bit more if I were to file down the adjustment ring. Even though it s not as adjustable as I would like it to be, it is useful to have some degree of adjustment. Also keep in mind the fair amount of peripheral light that it will always cast.Most Stingers utilize a NiCAD battery. The MagCharger utilizes a NiMH battery. I won t dig deep into the pros and cons of each battery type, other than to provide the following flashlight advice. Avoid NiCAD if you want the flashlight to sit in a charger all day. Avoid NiMH if you plan on running the flashlight dry before charging it.The Stinger is not a small flashlight by modern standards, but it is dwarfed by the size of the MagCharger (uses a 5 x D cell battery). If you opt for the Stinger and want a belt carrier, I d go with a basket (closed or open bottom). If you opt for the MagCharger and want a belt carrier, I d use an open loop (I prefer the leather loop carriers).The larger size and battery choice of the MagCharger allow it to run 2-3 times longer than the Stinger, even though the MagCharger puts out much more light. In the low power mode, which is bright enough to easily call Medium, it ll go 16 hours on a full charge.Neither light seems to get excessively warm.The button on the Stinger is relatively easy to work with gloves (not as good as the Streamlight SL20 series). The button on the MagCharger is smaller and flush with the light, making it difficult to work with gloves. You can push the button just fine, but finding it is where the difficulty lies. The Stinger can be purchased with an optional tailcap button for those that prefer it. A tailcap button on a light the size of the MagCharger would be silly.Both come with a mountable charger that allow you to snap the flashlight right into it. The charger for the Stinger is a pain. It s solid, but placing the light in it is a game of chance. Even if you get it right, it may not stay properly lined up. The charger for the MagCharger, while not as solid (still pretty good) is much easier to work with. Shove the light into the charger and you re good to go. Of the mountable chargers I've worked with, the MagCharger is easily my favorite. The charger for the Streamlight SL20 series is second, but you need a lot of room above the charger to drop the light into it and you need to line things up.With the MagCharger, you get a charger that can be used either on 120V AC or 12-14V DC. With the Stinger, you purchase specific configurations, dependent on your needs.Both lights have multiple modes. The MagCharger can be programed to have your preferred combination of High, "Low", Momentary, Flash, and SOS. The Stinger has a fixed series of Momentary (half press), High / Medium / Low (hold to set) and Flash (double tap). While the MagCharger allows you to program your preference, I find the Stinger s preprogramed modes to be more natural to use. I may be biased from years of use of the Stinger.The Stinger is made in China. The MagCharger is made in the USA.At the time of writing, the MagCharger is a bit more expensive than the Stinger. It s not a lot more expensive, but noticeable. The MagCharger LED is also brand new to the market. I suspect that it ll eventually drop to be more competitive.Every purchase is one of compromise. Overall, I m pleased with my purchase. The MagCharger LED does what I need and want it to do. Hopefully, you can find the light that does what you need it to do. 4Perfect flashlight I LOVE this flashlight. I owned one about twenty years ago and damaged it to the point of no return. After not having one for so long it feels good to have one again. With three settings for the flashlight (click the power button three times for three different settings) and over twelve hours of charging the flashlight, the amount of light emanating from this flashlight far exceeds your average flashlight, heavyduty and yet light and sturdier than your average flashlight, I highly recommend buying one of these for yourself or someone in law enforcement or the military it is definitely worth the price 5Very powerful light beam. A fully discharged unit charges up after about 10 hours and the owner's manual advises to let the unit charge fully (about 24 hours) before initial use. According to the manufacturer, this is to ensure that the battery develops a good charge/discharge pattern. The unit can be left in the charging cradle indefinitely without ill-effect on the unit so it will always be ready for use.The unit is quite heavy once you install the battery pack. You can wall-mount the charging cradle, but make sure you use very strong wall anchors as snapping the unit into and removing it from the charging cradle takes a bit of effort.The unit will give you a full, powerful light beam for approximately 4 hours on the high setting. On medium (manufacturer calls this setting "low"), the run time is approximately 17 hours and on the low (Eco) setting, approximately 37 hours. You can reduce the light output by pressing the on/off switch rapidly twice or three times. From the off position, click once, high beam, click twice, medium beam, click three times, low beam.The unit carries a lifetime warranty and the battery pack is warranted for one year.To get the most out of this wonderful flashlight, read the owner's manual (English, French and Spanish) which comes with the unit and follow the maintenance advice. It's a great investment. 5I See the Light! And everything else with this light! I have the incandescent version of this rechargeable flashlight system and the LED version is much brighter! It's a spotlight compared to the incandescent light! I'm really happy with my purchase - I LOVE it! I hope it has a long life. I have included some pictures of my incandescent and LED versions for comparison for fun. 5Bright and Heavy Duty Super bright, bulky/heavy; built like a tank holds charge a long time.It fell off of my ATV the first week of use and sat in about two inches of water for two weeks before I found it. (Weather was rainy and cold almost the entire time.)I Just picked it up, wiped it off and just like new. No leaks, still charges fine and works perfectly. 5DON'T BUY For this amount of money this should have been a good light . I bought this flash light for a elderly friend when he needed to go outside at night time , I would love to say it works great BUT IT DOES NOT , as for as I can tell the charger is not good . The light will not charge and I am assuming it is the charger because the light on the charger does not work to show me it is working at all . After the flashlight being on a 24 hour charge it still does not work but neither does the charger light . SAVE your money and DON'T BUY IT . 1Still good, but not a great as the old. The LED is definitely brighter than the old halogen/xenon lamps, and the battery is compatible with my old ones. But that's where my praise ends...I wish this was compatible with my old Mag Rechargeable lights. Sadly, these new ones are thinner walled construction and, therefore, a smaller diameter. The charging rings and contacts are also different and don't line up, even if they were the same diameter. The different diameter also means my neoprene grips don't fit. I have the same issue on some of the new D-cell LED MagLites, and it sucks.I ended up giving this one to my mom and repairing/rebuilding her old version so I had another one compatible with my old units.I'm also not a fan of the electronic switches. I prefer the mechanical switch.So, if Mag can come up with the best of the old and new, that would be great! 4A great improvement over previous NiCad/Halogen MagCharger This is my 3rd Mag-Charger in 20 years. Unlike the previous models, this one has a smart charging system that automatically conditions the battery for you, and prevents it from forming a "memory", so you always get a full charge.The LED "bulb" is very bright, brighter than the previous halogen bulb. There are 3 brightness levels to choose from using the improved on/off switch, so you can conserve battery power if you like. The LED in this flashlight projects a better, clearer field of light, without any annoying dark spots.On the subject of battery life - this battery seems to have a much longer life and less charging is needed overall.This model does not seem as "heavy-duty" or indestructible as the previous model. Maybe the aluminum they are using is thinner: I don't know. But is seems it would be durable enough for most people's needs.If this flashlight were lost or stolen, I would not hesitate to buy the same model as a replacement. 5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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