Bestex Flashlight - "Hi-Lite" Green Plastic Right Angle with Pen Clip and 4 Lens Filters - Model No. 201 (c. 1980)
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Bestex   Bestex "Hi-Lite" Green Plastic Right Angle with Pen Clip and 4 Lens Filters




Value: $5.00
Manufacturer: Bestex
Mfgr. Model #: 201
Circa: 1980
Battery: 2AA
Style: Right Angle



Online Since: 8/27/2003
FM Reference #: BX00001
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  Mickey
Natchez Shooter Supplies has what appears to be the correct bulb, but shipping is high.
May 19, 2010 - 10:26 PM
  Bob Shoffstall
Need a bulb for this light.
Dec 2, 2009 - 10:26 AM
  Kevin Oser
I just dug mine out of a box that I had in storage. luckily the bulb still works and the spare is still in the tail of the light. I also called Bestex, but the guy on the other end with a thick asian accent could only tell me that shipping on 10 bulbs cost too much, he also stated that they don't sell retail. I then asked for a part number and all he could get out was that it was a Krypton Bulb. I asked for a model number on the bulb but he just repeated Krypton Bulb, I stated I understood, what Krypton was and that Mag-Lite uses them, but they come in different shapes, sizes, cell ratings and output ratings. I was then told that they don't have information on the light. I hope that this information is usefull. just a note, if you can give a price on a bulb, shouldn't you have a part or model number?
May 27, 2008 - 12:26 PM
  Ron
I love this flashlight & inherited mine from one of my sons when he got frustrated & could not find a replacement bulb for it. Did you ever find where you could obtain correct replacement bulbs for these? If so please let me know. respectfully yours,
Ronald P. McPike D.O.
Jan 3, 2008 - 9:01 PM
  Karl Russell
I found another bulb, type 268. That wasn't it either.
Still looking.
Aug 27, 2007 - 2:04 PM
  Karl Russell
No, it doesn't use a standard bulb. I searched and found a type 338 that was the right voltage and size, but it doesn't put out near the brightness as the original bulb. I'm still looking. ANY HELP???
Aug 17, 2007 - 11:34 AM
  George T. Price III
I goofed. It is not what I said it was. I didn't see that it used aa batteries. My guess is that it uses a tl pen light bulb.
Dec 2, 2006 - 11:57 AM
  George T. Price III
This is a Taiwan ripoff of the US govenment mIitary MX-991/U flashlight. It uses a standard PR-6 (30 Hour bulb life) or a PR2 (15 Hour bulb life).
Dec 2, 2006 - 11:54 AM
  Brian Roorda
I have one of these. I loved it! I need a new bulb.... Where can I get one?
Jul 16, 2006 - 4:07 AM


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