The ADC® Adlite Pro™ Penlight is the top choice for true tissue rendering. You can't beat the bright illumination of the LED lamp.
I bought my light about ten years ago and it is still going strong. The only variable is the batteries. I work as an EMS First Responder so I carry extra batteries in my bag and in my rig. You can't go wrong with this light. Give it a try and you won't be disappointed. You may pay a couple of dollars extra now but I promise in a few months you will find you are saving more then you spent.
Just the right instrument for the job. It works well and is inexpensive enough that if it is lost you don't feel bad having to buy another.
Excelente penligth, beatyfull and usefull
This penlight was like the ""James Bond"" of all penlights. It is defnitely a great buy, it works, and if you wanted to get it engraved with your name you can. This is not a penlight that will give out on you, or flicker, it is dependable and guaranteed to work each time.
This example of a penlight really brings out the cheapness of all of the previous budget penlights I've owned. Several because, well, they were cheap and intermittent due to poor switch activation. I wanted the Welch Alyn halogen model but opted out due to the alleged near certain failure of the expensive halogen bulb upon dropping it. You will at some point drop your penlight especially if you use it regularly. The ADC penlight has some weight to it suggesting at a minimum you got your moneys worth in metal. The switch is decisive, either it's on or off, no flickering or blinking, no need to press a little harder or find the best position to get the light to stay on. The beam is bright, and does not appear to be completely white but that of a slightly blue appearance. Either end of the penlight can be removed to replace the bulb or batteries. I'm happy with the ADC model and doubt the doubly expensive halogen model could provide an additional $22 worth of happiness above what I paid, but then I haven't seen