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  • A good flashlight!

    posted by GalaxyM31

    A good flashlight! I got it with a battery and two 18,650 chargers. A good range of light (around 100 meters), a good time. Brightness on the box indicated 400 lumens.
    Good equipment, good price, good work. Flashlight works as it should work. bright light at maximum output showed about 2 hours and more than 6 hours in a minimum, I'm tired of waiting and turned it off.
    There are drawbacks, but I recommend to buy this flashlight friends.
  • Great drop-in

    posted by gasbag11

    Very bright. Probably close to 600 lm. but I have no way to measure it. It's brighter than a UF 502b rated 900 lm. Very nicely made and the emitter is well centered. It has memory too.Fit perfectly in a Ultrafire C8. Even the reflector fit perfectly after I removed the small plastic washer from the back of the reflector. A necessity because the XM-L emitter is larger than the original. It popped right off though.I should also mention that the original module had a spring on the back, but this one doesn't. It still fit perfectly.
    I bought it to replace the module in a light that has "next mode memory". The light has gone from my least favorite, to my most favorite single XM-L light.
    A few dollars cheaper and I would have given it 5 stars for price. But still worth it because it turned an unused light into an often used light. I definitely recommend it to upgrade a C8 light.Very glad I bought it. :)
  • Good Light - Bad Battery

    posted by peterhop

    Pros:Very bright light, the 4 modes are useful. The design of the case is eye catching. The unit I purchased is mounted on my bike helmet. To achive this I had to mnufacture an adaptor plate to accept the lights existing mounting bracket. Over all a good product, with one exception, covered below.
    Other:Good & useful light, if the battery would last as per claimed specifications.
    Bottomline:Buy but check the battery quality.
  • A fine large zooming flashlight

    posted by Aflipz

    Produces a decent amount of light, zoom function works well, action is very smooth and feels like it's air tight (or air struggles to enter and exit as you actuate the zoom) Machining and threads is fantastic. Top quality stuff.
    Overall, this light probably deserves 5 stars, and I would likely have granted it that many had it had 3 modes: High, Medium and low... Strobe and SOS modes LOWER the rating; they hinder ease of use and usefulness. DO NOT unscrew the head, the manual indicates this for a reason; you will have a very hard time tightening the seal without stretching out the O-ring.
    I would love this light more if it were more compact, had no strobe/SOS modes and had a wider zoom range allowing to throw light farther out still. But I don't regret my purchase at all.
  • Solid flashlight with heat problems

    posted by azev

    -Ergonomic handling for regular European hands (middle finger slightly touches my palm when grabbing firmly)-Modular extension for using 3 cells (18650 & 26650), you have the flexibility to use either 2, 3 or a combination of both as needed-Digitally regulated 25W power drain, 92% driver efficiency at 12,6V, so LEDs get ~23W -> 3,23A@8,4V -> 2A@12,6V-Driver works at high power from 7,8V (28,18W) to 13V (25,5W), not tested above 13V-XM-L T6's are driven very efficient @~3,3W brutto (max. rated 10W)-As bright as two H4-55W car headlights in 20yo reflectors-LEDs glued to the flashlight head with some kind of white silicone. It is 5,8mm strong in its back part, so the heat can dissipate really good.-Easy to maintain: Reflector is screwed to the head with two fine-thread Philips-head screws, circuit is held down by a spring and a brass swivel-Spacers dimensions allow you to use protected 18650's-Nice brass caps cover contact springs in the head and tail
    -Plain tailcap allows you a relatively steady tailstand (this thing can illuminate a whole room when pointed to the ceiling)-When using the lowest brightness, PWM is quite visible and disturbing when moving-When using the lower brightness modes, a slight buzzing is noticable (only if you listen carefully)----------Temperatures measured with the driver taken out of the head (it kept realtively cool, due to convection) at 11°C environment temperature. The Flashlight was turned on 12 minutes at full power; temperatures did no longer increase significantly after that time. Due to taken out driver I calculate the estaminated temperatures (increased heat from the inserted driver not included, so you might add another 20°C):-> measured Value + 11° + Head temperature = Expected temperatures of the installed driver @22°C room temperatureTemperature estimation for assembled torch:-Head 60°C -> 71°C-Driver ‘Q5’ (near the inductor) 65°C -> 136
    Its an honor for me to do the first review for this flashlight.With this SKU you recieve a flexible flashlight of good mechanical quality; LEDs are driven really efficient with ~3,3W each.On the other hand this item grills itself when running longer than 10 min. Those temperatures are way too high for DC/DC and schottky-diodes (125° core temp. is their specified max. operating temperature!), so you better keep an eye on the runtime (and head temperature!).5 - 8 min. runtime in the highest position should be okay.Finally, it gets heavy when using 3x 18650's, even more with 26650's, which could be an advantage, if you use it for security purposes (think of MagLite’s).

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