Reviews and Problems with Streamlight Survivor LED
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11 June 2014
Summary: Great flashlight has been working well for me on my job as a firefighter. I do think the company should provide an extra LED bulb with the light as do other companies. This would be a good thing for customer service. I suggest it for anyone to use very durable.
Summary: I have already tested this light in the fire so to speak. It performed very well. I only give it four stars because I haven't had it long enough to subject it to the harshest test but it seems like it wont let me down based on what it has been through so far.
Summary: The flashlight is exactly as it appears. The flashlight works well, but not near as bright as the streamlight that I had with the reachargable batteries. the light doesn't seem to cut through thick smoke as well as other lights that I have had. But, for the price, I'm satisfied with what I got.
Summary: This is a good light, but the beam is very narrow. There are more powerful lights on the market, but the batteries won't last as long as with this light. . Also, the hinge for the clip has a tendency to move out of position. Not a problem, but just something to monitor.
Summary: The flashlight itself is quite impressive -- a narrow, powerful beam that cuts through smoke very well. My only complaint is that the flashlight arrived with the AA batteries pre-installed and they were almost dead.
Summary: I frequently forget to charge it, sometimes more than a month, but it doesn't seem to affect its performance. Also very useful is the low-intensity setting. Strong clip. Only complaint is it's a bit bulky.