>>do you have one.
No, I don't have an E2E. I had an E1E but gave it to my son. I kept breaking the bulb (which is an expensive fix!).
In my opinion, for strictly incandescent "gee whiz" bang for the buck, a Brinkman Legend LX (under $20 at any Walmart, two 123 Lithium batteries included) will blow away an expensive E2E.
Try it, you'll like it. And you'll only spend $20 bucks!
Keep in mind, to produce this amount of light
, the E2E and the Brinkman LX will suck lithium batteries dry in about an hour of runtime and if you don't buy them on the internet, the 123 batteries will run you US$4 a piece or so.
So an hour of light
will cost you US $8-$10 in batteries. If you're like me, you'll run through a few sets of batteries, then place the LX with fresh lithium batteries in the tow vehicle for emergency use.
Lithium batteries have a 10-year shelf life, so the light
will be there when you really, really need it.