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Streamlight Dualie Rechargeable Magnetic Flashlight

WFN Ambassador reviews the unique Streamlight Dualie Rechargeable Magnetic Flashlight

Streamlight Dualie Rechargeable Magnetic Flashlight
Streamlight Dualie Rechargeable Magnetic Flashlight

I had the pleasure of hooking up with Streamlight again to review one of their unique, functional and well-constructed flashlights. The Dualie was no exception and really impressed me with not only its 2 bright LED lights but the functionality of the flashlight with magnets.

The Dualie easily lights up the path ahead of you in the dark and recharging it is easy. A full charge will take approximately 8 hours. It has a 5-hour run time on high beam and just over 13 hours on low beam, giving you more than enough time to find your game, finish up the job and get on your way home.

streamlight dualie rechargeable magnetic flashlight
The run time on the battery of the Dualie is efficient and easily rechargeable. (Gary Elliott photo)

Streamlight deserves a “congratulations” on putting two strong magnets in the perfect spots to utilize the flashlight hands-free. The magnets are also strong enough to hold the flashlight sturdily in place. The Dualie has two available lights, one straight on, like a traditional flashlight, and one on its side. This makes it a great product to use outside or in your vehicle.


I tested its ruggedness by tossing the flashlight from a height of 8 feet several times. I left the light on, and at impact, the light never went out or flickered due to the high impact plastic that surrounds the internal parts and the light housing in the front. Additionally, I’ve left the light out in below zero temperatures until the temperature of the flashlight matched the frigid outside temperature. It did not disappoint. It turned on and worked well.


Listed below are features that accompany the Dualie:

  • Two LEDs and three lighting modes: spot, flood, spot/flood combo
  • Spot: 180 lumens, 171m beam, runs 7.25 hours
  • Flood: 105 lumens; 18m beam; runs 13.5 hours
  • streamlight dualie rechargeable magnetic flashlight
    The two lights on the Dualie easily
    illuminates your path. (Gary Elliott photo)
  • Spot/Flood combo: 275 lumens; runs 5.5 hours
  • IP67 - dust tight; waterproof to 1m for 30 minutes; 2m impact resistance tested
  • Beams intersect for optimum path illumination and no blind spots
  • Dual head switches on either side of the body for easy beam selection and one-handed operation
  • Durable, non-conductive, corrosion-proof polymer resin; rocky stipple texture for a sure grip
  • Unbreakable polycarbonate face cap and side lens with scratch-resistant coating
  • Rugged, integrated, snag-free clip conforms to body of light; grabs onto shirts, pockets and gear for hands-free us
  • Lithium ion battery recharges within 8 hours; can be recharged 300-400 times, then down to 80% of the battery capacity
  • Operating temperature: -20°F to 130°F. (To maintain hazardous locations rating: -20°C to 40°C)
  • 7.5” (19.05 cm); 7.09 oz. (201g)

Overall, the flashlight is everything you need in a flashlight - 2 convenient lights, 2 well-placed and strong magnets, lightweight, durable, and a high and low beam. Pricing on the web is around $70.00.

For more information, visit www.streamlight.com.

Review written by Gary Elliott, facilitator of www.Facebook.com/GarysOutdoorNewsandReviews and @garys_outdoor_news_and_reviews.




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