EDIT 11/30/15: It seems this light hasn't gotten much attention. The other Pelican 1920 light with a lot of reviews appears to be the old model, with 67 lumens of output. This one, the new model, has a high mode of 120 lumens and a low mode of 12 lumens. High when you need it, low when you need your battery to last longer. I purchased it in August for $28. 75, and have no regrets. It is now selling for $23. 80, which is quite a deal, in my opinion. I have carried it frequently over the last few months in a shirt pocket, and it has been fantastic. The build quality is great, and the momentary on feature is a must when turning the light on and off frequently for short periods of time. Someone listed the weight of this light as 2 pounds. That is clearly way off, as it is the same size and weight as the previous 1920 (I believe, as they take the same batteries and have the same pictures, and that one is listed as 0. 14 pounds). There are also many typos in the listing, which I cannot explain, but do not detract from the solid quality of a Pelican product. EDIT 10/10/15: added a picture of this light next to a handful of other lights. Inova XS, Streamlight Microstream, Pelican 1910, Coast G19, Pelican 1920, and the Inoxa XP. They are all AAA lights, only the Inova XP is 2xAAA like the Pelican 1920. All others are small 1xAAA lights, to get an idea of the size of the 1920. The Inova XP is quite a bit smaller, but does not have a clicky interface, it can only be turned on by twisting. I typically like single cell flashlights, but I was liking the Pelican 1910 so much that I figured I had to give this one a shot. It has higher output, a little bit better run time, and it fits just fine in my shirt pocket where I clip it. It's a bit cumbersome to operate in comparison to the smaller and more nimble 1910, but it has the same exact feel to the body, which is very solid construction, while being extended to fit another battery. The beam is just like the 1910. It has a pretty tight hot spot that is very useful for inspecting things close up, but it is especially throwy and great for seeing specific areas in the dark, either outside or in attics or crawl spaces. While having a tight hot spot, it does have a good amount of useful spill light that makes it good for walking or general lighting purposes in any dark spaces. It definitely isn't a flood light, and that's why I like it. The clip is secured to the light beneath the threads of the tailcap, so it is not going anywhere. That being said, it is a bit small for anything other than shirt pocket (thin material) use. On most pants material or even a thick shirt material, it would be difficult to get this clip to attach comfortably and easily without some sort of modification. Even on a thin cotton shirt pocket, I often have to pull the clip out with my fingers in order to get the front part of the clip over the fabric, or it tends to bunch up now and then. On the plus side, once clipped, I have never had this light fall out of my pocket when bending over (while other objects in the same pocket have fallen right out). The only negatives for me about this light are the beefiness of it (it is very thick for an AAA light, it almost seems like it could fit an AA inside it) and I am noticing that when shaken side to side, there is a noticeable battery rattle inside, so the fit doesn't appear to be completely secure or snug inside the battery tube. While being beefy is a negative on one hand, the light is still small compared to any AA lights, so it still has a pretty minimal profile, and I am sure that the extra thickness lends to it being an extremely durable light. I haven't dropped it or banged it around much, but I have the utmost faith in Pelican's products and I am confident that it will hold up to most, if not all, of the abuse it could be subjected to in dusty, dirty, greasy and wet environments.