INOVA Flashlight - Aircraft Aluminum Stainless Steel Titanium Spotlight LED with Black Holster - Model No. X1 (c. 2005)
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INOVA Aircraft Aluminum Stainless Steel Titanium Spotlight LED with Black Holster  
INOVA Aircraft Aluminum Stainless Steel Titanium Spotlight LED with Black Holster

Value: $24.00
Manufacturer: INOVA
Mfgr. Model #: X1
Circa: 2005
Battery: 1AA
Style: LED

Online Since: 8/16/2005
FM Reference #: IN00002

Where can I buy one of the old style Inova X1s, you know the that does actually shine a perfect spot onto the wall.....I loved this little torch because of the focused beam that it produces, why did they have to spoil it with new version that shines like any other led torch out there. bring back the magical spotlight beam...
Sep 3, 2010 - 2:26 AM
I am looking for the original X1 flashlight with the thicker OPTICAL LENS, the only one I see in stores and on web sights is the newer version of the X1 MT WB without optical lens, can you please check your stock for the older version.

Thank you

PS I can also be reached by Cel 626-827-7179
Oct 2, 2008 - 1:49 AM
  Douglas V. Nelson
I have purchased at two different times the inova x1 -- the first ones that I received the beam was focused wihich was great for my use. I bought one for my mechanic supervisor at work; but it did not send a focused beam but a spread out light. This makes it harder to see for the application that I wanted. -- Question - Do the make the ones with the focused beam anymore? If so, how do I get three or four of them? Thanks for listening -- doug Nelson
Nov 29, 2006 - 7:54 PM
I'm interested in buying an old (2005) Inova X1 in gold. Must be in excellent condition. Thanks.
Apr 25, 2006 - 6:04 AM
  RW Falagan
I do security work inside a nightclub. This light works very well for checking ID's. Use full range about 15-to 20 feet.
Jan 27, 2006 - 4:52 PM
  Roger Shealy
I think this is the most useful flashlight I've ever owned. I've purchased 4 of them for family and will likely buy several more. It projects an incredibly focused beam that makes it useable to around 20 feet. The only drawback is the it is overly focused for work less than 2 feet. I love that it uses a single AA battery. I have the X0, but I tend to use this X1 the most.
Jan 5, 2006 - 6:59 PM
  John J McAssey
Poor design switch flashlight is on when cap is tight off when lose so if you use a lanyard to carry it it will loosen and fall off. A waste of money.
Dec 6, 2005 - 1:30 PM

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