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The newest generation of the Peli 1920 is quite cool, and it’s a great flashlight (almost doubling the output while keeping the same battery lifetime), but the original one was a near perfect tactical flashlight : cheap, strong, rugged, simple, with the right output (around 60/70 lumens) to be used in the kind of situation that request a tactical flashlight.

The new one is neat to use on a daily basis, with the high beam to reach out far away in the dark, and the low beam (12 lumens, around 10 hours of light) great for lurking inside buildings.

I really hope that Pelican will provide us with something like a 1919 flashlight, with only one mode and an output similar to the first generation (but doubling the autonomy). That would be great.

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My new training set – a huge evolution from my old one. SIG-Sauer P220 with Haemmerli woodgrips, SOG Powerlock multitool, Victorinox Soldier ‘08, two magazines, Peli 1920 tactical flashlight, Samsung hardened cellphone, compression bandage and gloves, PAVA spray.

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August EDC, back in black. Fred Perrin coinpurse, Samsung rugged dumbphone, ASP pepper spray, Wenger Evolution Soft Touch Swiss army knife, Peli 1920 flashlight, Caran d’Ache mechanical pencil.

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April 2013 EDC :

Casio DW-5600 BB watch, ID and cash, Victorinox Stayglow Climber, Rhodia notepad, Bic firelighter, keys, Vreneli, Samsung Galaxy Ace,  Peli 1920 flashlight, Street Defender pepper spray, Caran d’Ache pen.

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Urban EDC : Casio DW-5600BB, Peli 1920 flashlight (best tactilight of the moment), ASP pepper sprays, Victorinox Stayglow Climber, Edding black permanent marker, Samsung Galaxy Ace natelligent, home key – money – id, chinese copy of a Zippo firelighter, Fisherman’s friends.