EDIT: OR : PETZL E+LITE BY ARIC W. SWANGER
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> PETZL E+LITEEDIT: Go ahead and change this to the current date.
> BY ARIC W. SWANGER
> December 08, 2008
> from the light. The cord lock is made to fit in the battery door slotComment: This is GOOD INFO! I didn't know the cord lock was designed this way. It's this info that we're looking for!
> for easy opening in the field.
> sat on a flat service and used as a tiny lantern. The light attachesEDIT: Change sat to set, and change service to surface.
> light on a flat surface. You can aim the light pretty much anywhereEDIT: Oops... there are those "you" statements creeping back in. Please rephrase.
> you like.
> The front of the light assembly has three white LEDs arranged in aEDIT: Please rephrase without "you"
> triangular pattern with one smaller red LED in the center of the
> triangle. When facing the light if you look just to the left of the
> position keeps you from accidentally turning on the light. The nextEDIT: please rephrase without "you"
> The case is hard enough to give some protection and appears to beEDIT: Bordering on projection here. If you haven't seen the water resistance, you can't report on it. My suggestion, drop the case in a tub or sink for 20 minutes and see if water seeps in. Then you have some information that you can reliably report on.
> pretty water resistant.