Reddit Reddit reviews Streamlight 75712 Stinger C4 LED Rechargeable Flashlight with NiCad Battery and 12V DC Charger, Black - 425 Lumens

We found 4 Reddit comments about Streamlight 75712 Stinger C4 LED Rechargeable Flashlight with NiCad Battery and 12V DC Charger, Black - 425 Lumens. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Streamlight 75712 Stinger C4 LED Rechargeable Flashlight with NiCad Battery and 12V DC Charger, Black - 425 Lumens
Anodized aluminum construction with non-slip rubberized comfort gripMulti-function push-button switch - choose from high, medium, low or strobeHigh for a high lumen, far-reaching beam: 425 lumens; 26,000 candela; 322m beam; runs 3 hoursMedium for bright light and longer run time: 200 lumens; 12,000 candela; 219m beam; runs 5.5 hourLow provides a less intense beam and extended run time: 100 lumens;6,000 candela; 155m beam; runs 10 hours
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4 Reddit comments about Streamlight 75712 Stinger C4 LED Rechargeable Flashlight with NiCad Battery and 12V DC Charger, Black - 425 Lumens:

u/Deathwagon · 14 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Link here for the thread so you can see comments of mechanics and shop enthusiasts alike commenting about the flasHlight.

Link here for 174 Amazon reviews of the product.

u/Redditburd · 6 pointsr/ProtectAndServe

Streamlight 75712 LED is what I use.

However, your going to have a hard time finding the right size open loop belt holster for it.

A few of my squad mates have gone with smaller units with a clip in holster like Fusion_+512 linked. I will probably buy one like that before too long. It used to be that you had to have a large flashlight like the streamlight for good output, but not so much anymore.

I don't like that the TK15 takes drop in batteries. When I take my gear off the Streamlight slips into it's charger with no effort.

u/lurkattwork · 3 pointsr/AskLE

Streamlight rechargeable.

these

They last and are durable.

u/CbcITGuy · 1 pointr/computertechs

that's a pretty legit list right there. I have a trunk full of gear, probably worth almost as much as my car. I do a lot of contract work, so my list is pretty much the same just slightly beefed up.

  • I have a basic tech kit from Amazon
  • I have a buttset Sometimes reffered to as a linemans set.
  • About 10 of these Floating around my car/trunk/tool bags and person. because i like to lose things lol
  • A Basic cable tester
  • This Cable mapper
  • Coax crimper (For tv, and bnc)
  • Crimp Kit
  • I buy these Like candy, they're perfect for ISO's for giving to customers with instructions and/or iso's just perfect in general for a lot of things.
  • Stinger Flash light Serves double duty as a i'm a volunteer first and second responder
  • Cable stripper

    Replenishables

  • I Keep at least 50 of these on hand
  • rg59 tips (CCTV BNC Tips)
  • RG6 tips (Cable TV)
  • RJ45 tips (A mason jar filled with about 60-100)
  • at minimum of box of cat5 Sometimes up to three boxes. i will have a job soon that will require six of them lol.
  • Patch Cables 3f and 5ft usually at minimum 10 of each
  • zip ties (Usually three containers of 500 of assorted sizes)
  • White 2 4 and 6 port keystone faceplates
  • White keystone blanks
  • low voltage mounting brackets
  • white 1 and 2 port surface mount boxes
  • some hdmi cables (Usually just 4 or 5 of these)
  • electrical tape (5 50' rolls of different color) for many things
  • Pull string
  • dikes (Not really but they dissappear so fast they feel like it) like These
  • I actually keep two label makers
  • Rolls of 8 inch velcro ties

    contractor things

  • Step bits
  • Paddle bits
  • Hole Saw Kit
  • Masonry bits
  • Caulk gun
  • caulk
  • grommets
  • Ladder
  • First aid kit
  • 150' Fish tape
  • An 18V Cordless DeWalt Hammer Drill
  • Regular drill bits


  • I use these to organize my laptop bag (win surface pro with usb to rj45 adapter, usb to db9 adapter, console cable, lan cable, wifi hotspot, anker battery pack, 500gb usb hard drive etc)
  • I use these bags to organize everything

    and a myriad of other small parts pertaining to surveillance system installs, and screw bits for my drill, and i even have secured walkies for when i have multiple employees on site. plus i have to admit bluetooth headsets for when i have to deal with helpdesks or tech support while i'm on site... did i mention i do a lottttt of contract work. i'm all over the place. every now and then i run into things that this kit can't handle but for the most part i come away with a rather professional look.

    sorry for formatting, i've seen plenty of these posts this is the first time i took time to actually look up evrything i've purchased.

    Edit: Some formatting. added velcro :P