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  • Good edc light

    posted by startrekmichi

    - bright light with nice throw/spill pattern
    - versatile due to extension tube (works with 1 or 2 AAs)
    - relatively easy to disassemble (see other thoughts)
    - build quality: the finish and threads are good
    - runtime: a little over one hour with two LSD-AAs (rated 2200mAh)
    - can tailstand, although the strap might get in the way
    - no blinking modes
    - I recommend to take a dremel-tool and flatten the area on the heatsink where the LED is mounted. Then remount the emitter either using thermal glue or you could put a small ring of plastic or an o-ring on the emitter itself in a way that the reflector will press the LED onto the heatsink. This should prolong your LED's life.
    - While you're at it, check all soldering points.
    - If you can't get the driver/LED-assembly out of the head, take a small drill (I used 1mm) and make two holes in the outer (!!!) ring of copper. Go about one or two mm deep, not more. Then you can use needle-nose pliers to screw the part out. Be sure not to hit the inner ring of copper (driver) or go too far outside since you could hit the threads.
    - Hint: If you screw the switch assembly too hard into the tailcap, you might get contact problems.
    I think with a little tweaking this is a perfect light for everyday carry or backup use. And even without that it is still a good, small, flexible and very bright light. If you then consider the value for money, you simply have to buy it.
  • Best 2xAA buy.

    posted by Diceman_

    Good build quality.Good design.Awesome brightness in comparison to older technology.No messing around with exotic low-capacity 3V Li-ion batteries.An alternative to the scores of black torches.
    Still not sure whether it would have been better with brightness modes, but single mode is less frustrating and the other modes would hardly get used anyway.
    The lens looseness that others have reported is only evident when the head is detatched from the body.
    Performance is good enough to last until the next generation of LEDs become available.
    The WF-606A currently has the overall best attributes of any torch.
  • 5-Mode C3

    posted by Salty

    The popular UltraFire C3 now comes with a 5-mode LED module. Judging by the reviews of the regular C3, little else has changed. Same build quality, same design, and it's still very bright in the "high" mode. Good choice of brightness levels for high/med/low modes. Strobe and SOS modes work well, but SOS could be a little faster.
    Comes without a holster, but I ordered a "6-inch Ultrafire Flashlight Holster" separately, and it was a good fit. Has no flap, but grips the flashlight securely. Great for wearing on a belt, but a little short for hanging on the ring (carabiner will bang on the flashlight).With a smart 5-mode LED module like this, it would make more sense to have a simple push button instead of an on/off clicky to switch through the modes with just half the clicks. Or at least have a "last mode" memory as an alternative.Didn't have it long enough to test battery life, but hopefully the low power modes will help getting longer burn times.
    This may seem like a negative review, but I actually like this flashlight a lot. It's not perfect, but it's bright and sturdy enough for my needs and the 5-modes will hopefully let me get more use out of the batteries.
  • Handy accessory

    posted by neilo

    Using two readliy available AAs is often more convenient than using a 14500. Screws on easily and on the basic Ultrafire C3 fits perfectly. (http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.1993).
    For the basic C3 consider the bundle: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.4452 (although this does not come with the rather nice little holster).
    For the 6-mode C3 consider: http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.12395 (which would seem to be a no-brainer unless I am missing something. The tube looks different and probably fits better).
    Great on the basic C3, not so good on the 6-mode. Bundles are better value.
  • Very nice 1CLICK to the point AA light

    posted by Kiel5

    - Is uses just 2AA batteries, that's much better then li-ion cause ni-mh can withstand cycleload much better. AA is more universal moreover.- Build quality is excellent.- It's a 1 CLICK ON - 1 CLICK OFF type, ONE function. That's very good for everyday usage, I like that A LOT!- It can be used without reflector endcap for PROPER FLOOD LIGHT! Very useful sometimes.
    - It came with a cree Q5. (also stated/stamped on the outside)- It draws 540ma on 2x1,2v ni-mh eneloop cells,that makes it a 1,3w light, but is as bright as a normal 3w led!- Runtime is about 3,7hrs with two 2000mah batteries, very useful.
    Very good and practical light.


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