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  • posted by lucebert on 01/27/2014

    Pros: powerful led, well build flashlight, solid metal body. Cons: you have 2 options to make the light flicker, but I don't see the point of using that. There are 2 light cone types, but only the normal powerful one is useful (a great one, very powerful!!) OtherThoughts: Loose the 2-cone options and just have an on-off button. It makes it chea... Read more


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  • posted by balazer on 01/09/2014

    Pros: It's compact and well made, and quite bright. The optic is most efficient at the wide end of the zoom range, so it does well to cast a wide or medium spot, but it's not super bright when making a tight spot compared to a long-throw flashlight with a fixed optic. The beam is very uniform and nearly circular at the wide setting, and turns i... Read more


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  • posted by miteshj99 on 12/03/2013

    Pros: Brilliant flashlight. Very bright. 5 modes work very well. Does not heat on HI mode even it used for a long time. Zooms very well from a very wide angle to a focused spot. Cons: The lenshood had a small crack when I received the product. Consequently it broke and even the lens broke. Can dx ship the lenshood to me? The zoom is very loose... Read more


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  • posted by ivica415 on 10/30/2013

    Pros: Very bright. I have Ultrafire WF 501b XML T6 non zoom flashlight. This one seems a bit brighter in raw light output, however because it has no reflector and the lens is not coated the range is lower. Seems very well heatsinked. Only after a minute or so on full power setting the whole body gets pretty warm which is a god thing since the h... Read more


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  • posted by vkbr on 10/15/2013

    Pros: Good price, good finishing, extreme bright. I liked the case quality, and overall finishing. The light is indeed really powerful. Every one is amazed. I loved it. Cons: The only detail is that the soft pushing button for mode selecting is a little confusing, as sometimes the mode is changed when you turn the flashlight off, so when you tu... Read more


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  • posted by incredibilehulk on 09/27/2013

    Pros: Excellent with convex lens for zooming. Comparing it with the wf-501b 510 lumens, aesthetically is the same, such as brightness seems a bit 'higher. Maybe about 600 lumens. Rigid handle, switch and notched sink. Head in the dark reaches distances of 70 meters. Cons: No one, though I doubt that emits 800 lumens. However, even if they do no... Read more


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  • posted by Stopokingme on 09/20/2013

    Pros: Bright! This light is very, very bright for the price. I do not claim to be an expert adn have no lumen testing capability, but I have been disappointed with other flashlights I use for biking and this one does not disappoint. The collet slides (vs turning) in and out allowing for a narrow or wide throw of the light beam. Cons: The strap... Read more


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  • posted by hunteer25 on 08/06/2013

    Pros: It's small en relatively light, the zoom mechanism does add some weight of course. Good brightness but I don't have a meter to test the actual amount of lummen. Maybe a little brighter than my other "860lm" T6 lights. Not entirely sure as battery power levels may have varied a bit. Good wide area zoomed out and uniform light bun... Read more


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  • posted by beta34 on 07/26/2013

    Pros: The XM-L is a great emitter. Definitely bright enough for everyday use. Zooms from a pretty wide flood to a well-focused spot. Good size for everyday carry. Cons: Battery cap doesn't screw smoothly; it actually leaves aluminum filings every time you unscrew it. Plastic lens may get scratched. 5-mode switch is annoying in practice. Gets to... Read more


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  • posted by firewarrior1705 on 07/16/2013

    Pros: The biggest pro here is the price. For 10$ you get a nice, very bright flashlight, with an option to switch between throw and flood. The flood is very good when you are searching for something while the throw allows you to see things out in the distance. Cons: The light doesn't have 860 Lumens, but that's to be expected. Nevertheless, the... Read more


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