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  • Nice tiny light

    posted by netbars

    - Great design and nice shape.- Very bright for one-AA flashlight- Even more bright when using 14500 Li cells- Tailstands
    You should definitely consider buying 14500 Lithium cells for this (or any other one-AA) flashlight. It is MUCH brighter with them.Runtime on 14500 cells is about 50 minutes in High mode.
    One of the best choices on DX for those looking for AA-size light.
  • Not a bad light, some small issues

    posted by atvkilla

    -Nice small size torch-VERY bright-Very useful and floody beam-Nice GITD tailpiece-It does tailstand-Did I mention it's bright?
    Overall a very nice light...a 3.75 out of 5 stars I would give. Bright! Very nice floody beam that illuminates the entire yard, out to 60 yards easy.BUT, of course, poor machining and QC. The body housing is uneven. Protected batteries fit VERY tight...I have to unsrew both ends to push out the battery.Memory mode is very quirky. When I first got it, it would reset back to high after shutting off for 2 or 3 seconds. Then it changed so now it resets after around 10 seconds. Occasionally it is still resetting back to high after 3 seconds. I can't figure out why. When I first had it, it also was flickering quite a lot. That seems to have stopped.One thing I have to say is I am a little dissapointed in runtime. I wanted to use this for Mountain Biking and the beam pattern would be perfect for this, but it only lasts around 35-40 minutes on High. Medium got me around 1:40 or so. However, this torch on medium is still slightly brighter than my Trustfire TR-801 on high, with a nicer flo
    Pretty good light with some common issues. Very bright at the expense of lower runtimes. I will be using this to bike with, but I question whether it'll be as dependable as my TR-801. One thing is certain that I will still be carrying my 801 on rides; just in case!
  • Cheap and useful

    posted by B4Ctom1

    Convex lens allows a tight square beam that can be cast at great distances or adjusted to a great local flood beam. Regulator and emitter are mounted in a block of metal which offer decent heatsinking considering the limited packaging.
    I didn't know if I should list it as a pro or a con, but the focus is slip collar type, not threaded or cammed. It uses an o-ring for resistance. You would turn it on and then set it to the focut you need with only one hand.
    All in all, this light is worth more than the sum of this review. A good and useful bargain. I will suggest others buy it for the price alone.
  • Lots of light

    posted by ferry

    The amounth of light amazed me, i have another 18650 cell flashlight, but this one is much brighter. And the bundle is more smooth, while the other one has a very bright spot and.I searched for a flashlight with a lot of light, and this type of led BIN is currently one of the best AFAIK.
    Casing is a bit shiny, i rather have the matte black anodized look. But its ridgid, and the flashlight does not switch function when dropping or taking a hit. While some others do.
    Good buy, great on my bicycle, even on low power you'll be clearly visible for car drivers. On high mode you can drive on semi dark roads.
  • powerful and compact

    posted by PotentM1

    A lot of power from a small package.Zoom-to-throw mechanism requires a firm push. Can zoom with one hand, and the action feels smooth.Clip is sturdy and can carry clipped to your front pants pocket.Tail stands nicely.Cheapest XML zoomie flashlight that I have seen!
    Trips the protection at high power on one of my cheap batteries but only when it's fully charged. Probably the battery's fault and not the flashlight. The flashlight is just trying to pull too much for the protection circuit.
    Good enough that I used for my EDC for a while. Good unless you're the type to use it for long periods of time on high power. At this price, buy more than one, strap together and you have a super bright multi-emitter light!

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