That's right!
A flashlight that won't attract those pesky flying insects while you are outside!

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Oh, and those Q3's are quite colorful too.

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The whole body of the "buglight" is now a (+) ground to be super sure that nothing "buggy" happens to the fragile led.
Notice that the batteries are installed backwards to accomplish this little trick.



I soldered a 1/2 inch piece of bulb spring to the switch contact tab inside to make a good contact with the inner battery cell's (-) back end.
Then added a blob of solder on the tailcap spring for the pictured battery's (+) nose.