On this picture you can see the black anodized surface got scratches and wear. This is unavoidable and even with the harder anodizing or different methods it may be too difficult to avoid. The light is in full order
and the small swivel/chain and ring is intact. Quality product yes!
This light has been with me in my kayak fishing and it’s been fully soaked or wet a few times. It has also been with me in rain, snow and light cold. I have used it as a spare light and for hobby use as well. I need a small light very often
when I research tang stamps or postage stamps.
I checked the batteries and there is not corrosion or any negative happening inside it. The only negative detail is the back lid plated contact is detached inside as usual but there is a small opening through the lid that makes sure the contact is attached secure and the
hole is sealed with a glue or material inside. Maybe it cannot be called negative but I am not 100% convinced about this. It seems to me that the result of this construction is that the nob is too long and prevents the back lid to get fully tightened. It is
very minimal and it may be a minor thing. Anyhow the inside of the body is clean!
The rubber seal on the threads has done its job well.
No water has come through any place.
notice of the construction and the on off switch when I got it. To turn the light on one must turn the front head in. When switching off the light one must not turn so far
that the construction is open and water or moist could get inside it. It is unavoidable sometimes not to do this but the rubber seal and construction is clean inside. There are only small fragments of dust on the threads. Luckily the head is a bit hard to
turn and therefor it is not turning on or off when it rubs against the keys. This Led Lenser product is a low cost one and it is quality made.
It may be that the nob i mentioned is there to put pressure on the construction hence avoiding it to turn loose. I am not sure completely. It is the only minor negative detail
i can find at all.