Posts Tagged ‘A15’

LED Flashlight Comparison: COAST PX10 vs. COAST A15

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

COAST PX10 vs. COAST A15Perfect for carrying on a key chain or lanyard – or clipping onto a vest or backpack – the COAST PX10 and A15 are small yet mighty. Don’t let the size of these LED flashlights fool you, because they are a favorite among those who work with their hands and get dirty. Use the chart below to compare these two compact models and see which LED flashlight is best for you.

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Associate Review: Coast A15 LED Flashlight Saves the Day at a Remote Cabin

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

To help test out our new line of Coast LED flashlights and headlamps, we asked several of our associates to try them out and write up their thoughts. We’ll be sharing their honest reviews in a series of blog posts to help you decide on your next LED flashlight.

I recently had the privilege of using Coast’s A15 LED flashlight for a weekend trip to a friend’s cabin up in a remote area in Washington. This cabin was very nice — a far cry from a rough outdoor adventure — but we definitely stumbled into several situations in which this LED flashlight came to our rescue.

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Associate Review: Coast A15 LED Flashlight Boasts a Penetrating Beam

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

To help test out our new line of Coast LED flashlights and headlamps, we asked several of our associates to try them out and write up their thoughts. We’ll be sharing their honest reviews in a series of blog posts to help you decide on your next LED flashlight.

The A15 is quite the flashlight. From working on my motorcycle after dark to walking the dog, it’s come in handy in a number of ways. The first time I used Coast’s LED flashlight model A15 was to change a motorcycle clutch. It’s got a pinpoint beam with a softer flood light surrounding it, which was perfect for removing the old clutch and correctly replacing it with the new. Plus, its compact design is perfect for its place in my motorcycle pack – whether stored under my seat or in my bag, I’ve gotten in the habit of taking it along. Not to mention its stainless steel casing is forgiving to grease-covered hands and isn’t phased when I inadvertently drop it.

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