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  • 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!
  • Good Flashlite for all needs

    posted by AsTi90

    Good Flashlight, with a wide angle of lighting (because it have only 450 lumens), very durable metal. Very lightweight, only 115gm and a small size of it, so you can keep it with you in your pocket.
    Actually this is my second Brinyte XML-C2 flashlight, the first one I bought a year ago. This second flashlight I've bought for a gift, because in a price/performance ratio it's very good.
    If you need a good longlife flashlight, this one is a good choise.
  • Fairly cheap, very small, reliable

    posted by BenOfSherman

    Very bright for a 1xAA light (I've only tried it with very old NiMH and Alkaline AAs), quite decent runtime on the lower settings.
    The spacing between modes is very well done (dim can be used to read, bright and mid can be used to illuminate a room quite nicely). SOS mode, while cute, is pretty useless.
    No issues with memory whatsoever, as I was worried about: it will even remember the mode if the batteries are removed.
    You can tell when a NiMH is running low as the modes all have similar levels of brightness. Heats up moderately on the highest mode, particularly when the battery has a full charge, but it has never got uncomfortable.
    If you want a single flashlight that works in any situation and takes cheap batteries (AAs), you won't be disappointed with this one.
  • Good single 18650 XML thrower

    posted by BZW22

    Large reflector (54mm) so "throws" well Well builtCame with two batteries not one (see note in 'thoughts' below)Nice finish which appears different shades depending on lighting.Lens is 4mm thick so is unlikely to break in a hurry.Squared off threading.Water proof, tested for 1/2 an hour in about 1m of water and not a single drip got inside the torch.Despite what it looks like in the photos (the hole under LED board) the heat sinking is actually fairly goodGood balance of flood and throw while still being able to light up 10m tall trees 300m away on a clear night (enough to see where trees are but not make out individual branches).Lastly... it looks good.
    The picture shows a 2400mAh Trustfire Flame battery, it did not come with this but instead two blue unprotected Trustfire "2500mAh" batteries. I doubt these batteries come close to what they are quoted as being.Probably the largest single 18650 torch around (20cm). Some 2X18650 torches are shorter then this. Despite this it still feels the right size...not too big, and not too small.
    A well made torch however there are others on this site that I would consider better in curtain fields if you are looking for in particular.It offers very good throw for a single 18650 XML light. Torch is a knock off of a Surefire torch if I remember rightly.
  • Good flashlight!

    posted by TierMaster

    First off let me say that its a great flashlight!*Comes with 2x 18650 batteries and charger (which saves you money)*Looks really cool!*Feels sturdy and seems to have pretty high build quality*It has a pretty long range, would say about 250-500 meters!*Has nearly 0 sidespill when fully zoomed!
    There is a one version of this flashlight without the batteries and charger, if you dont need them.
    Great flashlight, worth 30$!

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