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  • Great deal

    posted by Dalis

    Machining is good. HA-III finish is very good.O-ring is under lens.Flashlight has very white beam and good sidespill.Tint of the LED is alright. No rings in the beam.
    It feels and looks smaller in reality than on pictures.
    It works great with two Trustfire RCR123 cells. No magnets-spacers required.
    It will be great to obtain one more SMOOTH reflector separately.
    I still can't believe it . Very good light for the price.

  • Good torch

    posted by pepel9

    -Good throw -Cheap -Sturdy construction -Good finish -Great tailcap switch with GITD button -Mode memorizes -Good amount of light -Good and lubed threads - High-Medium-Low modes -Glass Lenss -Weird but efective reflector -All O-rings in place -Nice strap.
    Tailcap readings (2400mAh Fire Trustfire and good multimeter wires)High:2.98AMed:1.45ALow:0.72AGood readings but not excellent. I guess the emitter reach about 2.4A, depending on the efficiency of the driver.
    Highly recommended for the money.Sorry for the google translation
  • decent lamp, but not extraordinary

    posted by ICanuwundra

    + accepts drop in modules, available here
    + powered by 18650 batteries, which have good capacity for {price,size,weight}
    + sufficient protection against permeation of water - can be dropped into a filled bucket.
    + clip is fixed with screws, and appears to be rather sturdy
    driving the LED beyond specs reduces its life time, but then, if it only makes 1000 hours instead of 100000 hours, at that time I probably want to run the light with another drop-in anyway. A 0..100% brightness control plugin is what I'm after now. I'm also looking forward for an XP-G drop-in (supposed to produce about 25% more lumen/watt compared to R2).
    14° throw cone (12 cm/meter)
    pulls 1.3A/800mA/80mA in high/medium/low intensity mode (measured at battery when fully charged)
    through modular drop-ins, this light can be kept up-to-date with recent emitters or efficient drivers.
  • great little light

    posted by prosper

    -> lots of light-> good projection - lots of throw, but also a useful amount of flood-> looks good - plain, no silly 'assault' collar-> includes a lanyard-> bright enough to be useful, not so much as to kill batteries too fast
    draws 700A at 3.8V; 580mA at 8V - something doesn't add up here. It's not noticeably brighter at 8V (2x16340), but I can't compare it side-by-side. Perhaps the driver is less efficient at 8V, or maybe it IS a bit brighter. This would be a good candidate for 18350's if EDX stocked them. The voltage and brightness of 2x16340's, with the runtime of an 18650.
    Great bargain for bright R2 lamp. I get a lot of use out of it. Wish I had an excuse to buy more of these
  • One of the only 3AA Flashlights With the Batteries in a Holder

    posted by SMSLB

    I was looking for an 3AA flashlight because the more common 3AAA flashlights have such short battery life. Strobe mode was essential because it's for use as a bicycle light to replace a 3C flashlight that is very bright but just too big for the handlebars. I did not notice any scratches on the reflector, and the lens is not foggy.I like the batteries side by side rather than in a row because it make the unit more compact. It also means that by default they will use a larger reflector.
    Too many modes. While I needed the strobe mode, the SOS mode is pretty useless for me.
    A little expensive but it's one of the only 3AA lights around.


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