Inova X5 Mini Spotlight

Inova X5 Mini Spotlight

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  • Inova X5 - a REALLY Bright Idea

    Nov 11, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Absolutely the toughest little flashlight I've ever owned.
    Cons: This flashlight uses the most expensive batteries for any light I've owned!

    Summary: I go through flashlights like some people go through socks. Usually, I lose the flashlights to broken bulbs, scratches, dents, shredded O-rings, exploded batteries, or other damage. I've gone through a couple of MagLites, one Underwater ... read more

  • Tough construction. Pretty good light.

    Apr 1, 2006 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Superb construction Slick looking Good battery life Reasonably priced
    Cons: Light isn't very concentrated Uses expensive lithium batteries

    Summary: I received the Inova X5 as a Christmas present about a year ago and have been pretty pleased with it. Inova started up in 1991. I'm not sure how actually popular they are so far but they make a range of different lights that run on the LED diodes. ... read more

  • Tough as nails, very bright and low energy consumption!

    Dec 26, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Unbreakable! Very bright, wide coverage and excellent battery usage rate
    Cons: Cost of batteries!

    Summary: I recently purchased the Inova X5 for camping use... and I could not be happier! I have a Surefire 6P that I always keep on me, but it does not serve the same purpose at all when compared to the X5. Made of 5 brilliant-white LEDs housed in a almost ... read more

  • Bright Pocket Wonder

    Jan 19, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Bright,Indestructable and easy to use
    Cons: Battery Cost

    Summary: I have bought many a flashlight over the years that usually end up in a drawer gathering dust until I pull them out only to find that the batteries have leaked and ruined the light.The Inova X-5 has become my constant companion over the last 2 years. I ... read more

  • Great Things in Small Packages

    May 28, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Light Weight, Durbable and BRIGHT..
    Cons: None noted

    Summary: I have a CCrane 5 LED Flash Light, but this one seems Brighter, Lighter, and virtually indestructible. The Rear Tactical Switch and Light Weight Belt Holster makes it IDEAL as a Back Up for Law Enforcement, v. the Stinger which needs constant ... read more

  • Inova X5: Really good!

    Apr 16, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Bright, durable, waterproof, looks cool and extremely small.
    Cons: None.

    Summary: If you're looking for a good flashlight, you can't do much better than the Inova X5 Tactical (X5T). This flashlight has the best quality construction that I have ever seen in any torch (possible exception: Surefire). This LED torch is made entirely of ... read more

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  • The Best!

    Nov 9, 2008 by
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    Pros: Size for brightness. Quality.
    Cons: None. BATTERIES can be found at lower prices.

    Summary: Very compact, bright flashlight. Great for just about any situation. Ideal for servers in dark restaraunts or movie theaters, obvious tactical applications, night running/walking and mobile medical services.I found the 123A batteries @ 1.00-1.50 ... read more

  • Works Great-No Holster Included

    Mar 23, 2007 by
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    Pros: Bright light
    Cons: NO NYLON HOLSTER AS STATED ON THEIR WEBSITE, and they will not send one.

    Summary: I ordered this flashlight because at website they show that this light comes with a Nylon Holster. I needed the holster for use at my job. When the light came it had a lanyard but no holster! I left numerous messages at Inovas ... read more

  • Small and really bright

    Jan 18, 2005 by
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    Pros: Bright, small, tough metal, waterproof.
    Cons: Expensive, odd batteries

    Summary: There's a few things that I really like about this flashlight. It's machined from aluminum which means no rust and it's thick so you can drive over the thing with a truck. Next, it uses LED's which means low power draw from batteries. The batteries ... read more

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