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Steffan Kichta
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Lasertorch PRO vs. The Sunspot......

I'm getting ready to buy a new light. I was going to buy a Sunspot till I saw my buddy's new Lasertorch Pro. That is a really nice light.

The Lasertorch is very bright. Light. The cap fit perfect. My only complaint is that the spot is kinda tight.

Has anyone used or tested both of these lights?

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My friend has a suspot and holy cow ,,instead of a tight spot. it lights up the entire tree. i like it. very bright and puts out a huge beam

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I don't own either, but I too am in the market for a light upgrade. I was trying to decide between the same two brands. I hunted with a fella that had the Laser Torch Pro and after reading such great reviews on it, I was less than impressed. I'm sure it is a nice light, but it isn't what I'm looking for.

I've spoken to Joey on the Sunspot lights. He seems to be willing to completely stand behind his product and was helpful in answering my questions. I plan to order a Sunspot after I sell my fur in a few weeks.

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If you dont want a tight spot, get the sunspot light, like the other fella said, it lights the whole tree up. No comparison as far as spot goes..I really like my sunspot.

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I don't own either, but I would probably get the sunspot simply because the mfg will tell you what leds are used. Does anybody know what led the LaserTorch Pro uses?

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sunspot here i leave the belt box etc at the house.great spot if its there u will see it love the cap light new light of the future

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SunSpot

I like the SunSpot too...it's the light all the light builders will be trying to copy before long...wait and see.

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I myself am extremely skeptical about wither of these lights. I bought the first Laser Troch and was happy as it was much brigther and lasted alot longer than my old 4d Mag.

I started hunting with buddies that use 28v Bright Eyes and the Laser Torch is nothing compared. My buddy let me borrow his 17v Coonbuster box light and that light blows the Laser Torch clean out of the water. The low side of the 17v is WAY brighter than the high side of the LT.

The LT now gets used for treks on the dog yard and letting buddies use that come coon hunting. I was interested in either the Sunspot or LT Pro UNTILL I used the box light.

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There.is.no comparison between.the original.lazer torch.and.the sunspot.or.the lazer torch.pro. that original lazer.torch.came.out.like.3. Years ago. Lights are.much.improved.since that.first laser torch. Even.the lazer 2.is.outdated. I.also.have a 17.volt.belt.light.with a blazer pro led.head and my sunspot.will.cover.that light up.when.they are.both.on. both.the LT pro and sunspot.are.bright. just.depends.on how.tight.you like.your spot.


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I myself am extremely skeptical about wither of these lights. I bought the first Laser Troch and was happy as it was much brigther and lasted alot longer than my old 4d Mag.

I started hunting with buddies that use 28v Bright Eyes and the Laser Torch is nothing compared. My buddy let me borrow his 17v Coonbuster box light and that light blows the Laser Torch clean out of the water. The low side of the 17v is WAY brighter than the high side of the LT.

The LT now gets used for treks on the dog yard and letting buddies use that come coon hunting. I was interested in either the Sunspot or LT Pro UNTILL I used the box light.

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I have the White Lightning and they say it and the Sun Spot are about the same except burn time. The big differance in the rest is the broad beam. That is what lets you see threw the tree. Once you see that you won't look for eyes again.

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I realize that the LT 1 is old and the newer lights are better. Some reviews on the LT 1 I have read do not seem consistant with the light I own. I just wonder are these lights mentioned really that great or are people just talking them up?

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Matt says it pretty well. Techno, no one in his right mind would compare a Laser I to a 28 volt light. I assure you that your 17 volt box light doesn't want any part of a Laser Pro or a Sun Spot. Joey makes a very good light as do we. The Laser Pro is for the hunter who wants to see very tall trees and see them better than anyone else. The Sun Spot is a flood type light that lights the whole tree. Either is a cut above most.

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laser torch 2 is all you need. good light, good guys, and long burn time. i have one and have no problem shining trees and finding coon. these days brighter is better, but sometimes you can be to bright.

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I have the Laser Torch II. I like it a lot. With Laser Lights introduction of the Laser Pro, I had to try it. I just got it today and will be putting it to the test. Two weeks ago I bought a white lightning head for my brighteyes 21V light, the Laser Torch II is much better. Laser Lights will give you all the information you want on their lights. 2 year bumper to bumper warranty. They want you to be satisfied with the lights. This is why they offer a 30 day no questions ask return for refund. They are a good honest company that wants you satisfied and stands behind their product.

I have a white lightning head for sale used twice with about 4 hours of usage. PM me if interested.

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laser torch 2 is all you need. good light, good guys, and long burn time. i have one and have no problem shining trees and finding coon. these days brighter is better, but sometimes you can be to bright.


LOL ..........TO BRIGHT............that is what the switch is for but I have never seen anything to bright for shineing a tree when there is money in it. It will make a lot of circle trees SLICK. I guess you could call that a time when a light can be to bright. I have had some in casts that thought so. lol

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i guess i am just old enough to remember hunting with a 4v wheat light, and 6 v gell cell. we found coon back then. and i was just saying its like everything else these days. everyone is jocking for position, even in the coon hunting world.

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Sunspot!!!

The Sunspot will blow the LT Pro out of the water.

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The Laser Pro is for the hunter who wants to see very tall trees and see them better than anyone else. The Sun Spot is a flood type light that lights the whole tree. Either is a cut above most.

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I'm sure both are good lights. Why can't we get both in the same light? The Smart Light I currently use doesn't dim down enough as a walk light, has a tight spot that requires me to shine almost each individual branch requiring too much shine time, and isn't bright enough to shine the tallest trees. It seems to me we can get 1 or 2 of these corrected with any of the newer cap lights, but can't find one that offers all 3, so we are left to chose whichever we feel will work best for us. There is also getting to be so many led cap lights available which makes the decision much more difficult.

On another note, with all these affordable, quality led lights available I'm shocked at the number of fur hunters around me that are still carrying one of those old car battery Nite Lites. I think the poorest led cap light is still better than those things.

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I'm sure both are good lights. Why can't we get both in the same light? The Smart Light I currently use doesn't dim down enough as a walk light, has a tight spot that requires me to shine almost each individual branch requiring too much shine time, and isn't bright enough to shine the tallest trees. It seems to me we can get 1 or 2 of these corrected with any of the newer cap lights, but can't find one that offers all 3, so we are left to chose whichever we feel will work best for us. There is also getting to be so many led cap lights available which makes the decision much more difficult.

On another note, with all these affordable, quality led lights available I'm shocked at the number of fur hunters around me that are still carrying one of those old car battery Nite Lites. I think the poorest led cap light is still better than those things.



I can get the smart light dimmed down for walking if you want just send it to me, I will do it for free. It will just take me a couple of minutes.

I can’t answer for David but I can’t adjust the beam from a large to small spot with multiple leds. I'm sure it could be done but with the manufacturing and engineering cost that will go into it I don’t think you will want to pay for it. So the short of it all comes down to cost. I like to sell mine at an affordable price and something like that would get real expensive real quick.

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I'm sure both are good lights. Why can't we get both in the same light? The Smart Light I currently use doesn't dim down enough as a walk light, has a tight spot that requires me to shine almost each individual branch requiring too much shine time, and isn't bright enough to shine the tallest trees. It seems to me we can get 1 or 2 of these corrected with any of the newer cap lights, but can't find one that offers all 3, so we are left to chose whichever we feel will work best for us. There is also getting to be so many led cap lights available which makes the decision much more difficult.

On another note, with all these affordable, quality led lights available I'm shocked at the number of fur hunters around me that are still carrying one of those old car battery Nite Lites. I think the poorest led cap light is still better than those things.



Look on the Sun Spot thread. It has a demo. I think you will like what you see. I would buy one if it had more shine time. It puts out about the same as my White Lightening from what I can tell. Just less burn time. Mine is a wide beam for walking and shineing.
I never use mine on less than 1-2 clicks below bright. I don't need to. It will last all night on them.

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i guess i am just old enough to remember hunting with a 4v wheat light, and 6 v gell cell. we found coon back then. and i was just saying its like everything else these days. everyone is jocking for position, even in the coon hunting world.


I had a 2 D cell light that I wasn't able to turn on much because batteries were to expensive. My dad had an old carbide light. wonders we didn't burn the whole world or atleast his hat up with. I still have an old carbide light,hard hat and a 1 pound can of carbide. I would sure hate to have to use it. It was good to warm your hands on though. ( :

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Adjustable spot

I agree with Michael. We have looked at an adjustable spot and the coonhunting public would not like the price. That is if you build it with the quality neccessary to last.

Okie Dawg, If you ever want sell your carbide light, call me. We need something to back up our light.

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Hey guys, color me as one of those people that did NOT like an LED light. I had tried them but just didn't like them because they were not bright enough.

Of course I had the best light I had ever seen, a 28 volt Light Connection belt light. Somewhere around a pound, brightest light I ever seen, and only blew 1 bulb in many years of hunting. You can see why I never switched to an LED caplight.

I have both the Sunspot and the Boss. I haven't used my beltlight since. Both of those lights are just that good.

Are they as bright as my 28 volt belt light? Well no, they aren't but they are different lights. I knew that when I bought them, but they aren't far behind it, which IMO is simply amazing that they can do that.

But they ARE bright enough that I don't carry my belt light any more. They are very close to it, close enough that my belt light is now a backup light. I haven't took it one single time since I got these caplights. This is the first time I can say I have seen a caplight that is good enough for me to hunt with.

I haven't used the Laser Torch so I can't give an honest opinion on them.

But you can take it from someone that is EXTREMELY hard to please in the light department, someone that was used to having the best and brightest light on the market, you will be happy with either of the two I have.

I would like to be able to comment on the Laser Torch, but I haven't seen it in action. I have heard good things about it though.

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I have the White Lightning and they say it and the Sun Spot are about the same except burn time. The big differance in the rest is the broad beam. That is what lets you see threw the tree. Once you see that you won't look for eyes again.
I had the white lightning and now have the sunspot ultra HD,,the HD is by far much better than the white lightning,,,hands down...and my brother has the lazer torch pro,,again,,no comparison,,brother is selling his laser torch and buying a ultra HD

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I hunted with a Bright Eyes "White Lightning" for probably 4 years. It was plenty bright. No complaints what so ever with it. Very reliable light. I was very happy with it. One night I had my WL shinning in a tree and couldn't see a coon in a fork up high in a dark spot. Cast member puts his SunSpot up to the tree and you could see the coon just plain as day. The SunSpot penetrated deeper into the tree and was just as bright as the WL every where else. I bought two SunSpots the next week. One for my wife and me. The red led is great for finding coon eyes in the summer months also, not bad for using as a walking light either. I tend to keep the light on and on low in the summer just to look for snakes though. Also, You will not find better customer service with any other light dealer if you have any issues. Some might be just as good, but I don't think you will find anyone better.

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