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Each Mag Instrument flashlight represents a culmination of more than 25 years of research, development, testing and continuous state-of-the-art  refinement in every precision feature. Quality and dependability are the  hallmarks of our flashlights. We insist upon the same quality and  dependability for every lamp and accessory. Each Mag-Lite® and  Mini Maglite® lamp is specifically designed to work in conjunction  with the reflector to deliver enhanced performance.

 

 Mag-Lite® Mag-num Star® Xenon Lamps
The Ultimate UpgradeTM
Now Up To 100% Brighter1
Mag-num Star® Lamps are now manufactured with Xenon.
Mag-num Star® Xenon Lamps for Mag-Lite® Flashlights

 

 


 

 

Mag-Lite® White Star® Krypton Lamps
Up To 69% Brighter2
Mag announces improved performance and value for its White Star® Krypton line of replacement lamps.

White Star® Krypton Lamps for Mag-Lite® Flashlights

 

 

 


 

 

Mag Charger® Rechargeable Flashlight System
Replacement Lamps

Now with Brighter, Next-Generation Halogen Lamp3
Improved Performance Halogen Lamps for

Mag Charger® Rechargeable Flashlight System

 

 

 


 

 

Mini Maglite® Replacement Lamps
Lamps for Mini Maglite® AA Flashlights

 

 

 


 

 

Mini Maglite® Replacement Lamps
Lamps for Mini Maglite® AAA Flashlights

 

 

 


 

 

Solitaire® Replacement Lamps
Lamps for Solitaire® AAA Flashlights

 

 

 


 

1 Measured against prior-generation (Krypton) Mag-num Star® lamps. peak beam candlepower (PBC) of new (as of early 2003) Xenon Mag-num Star® lamp ranged from 100% higher for 2D cell lamp to 27% higher for 6D cell lamp, average PBC increase across the range of lamps (2D cell through 6D cell) being 59%. All performance figures are approximate and may vary between flashlights, lamps, and/or batteries.

2 Measured against prior-generation White Star® lamps, peak beam candlepower (PBC) of new (as of early 2003) White Star® lamp ranged from 69% higher for 3D cell lamp to 20% higher for 2C cell lamp, average PBC increase across the range of lamps (2 cell through 6 cell) being 48%. All performance figures are approximate and may vary between flashlights, lamps, and/or batteries.

3 The prior generation lamp, introduced in early 2002, produced up to 41,200 peak beam candlepower (PBC). The newest generation lamp was found in June 2005 tests to produce up to 51,700 PBC, a 25% increase. All performance figures are approximate and may vary between flashlights, lamps, and/or batteries.