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  • posted byCamacho2004 on 02/09/2016

    Just ON/OFF. Simple and reliable. No focus adjust either. Just the necessary bright LED.


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  • posted byhammerkp on 03/09/2015

    Je l'ai depuis 2 an et demi, elle fonctionne toujours parfaitement alors qu'elle me sert très souvent, même sous la pluie ! Bonne qualité !

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  • posted byvpm12 on 01/27/2015

    This flashlight draws about 3 A from the battery, so it is close to specified maximum power for the emitter. It is just as bright as one would expect based on that. Comes with single mode driver, which is rare and preferred by many who hate the typical 7 modes including 3 blinking modes. It's not... Read more


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  • posted byMantikore on 01/09/2014

    Bright, probably not 510 lumens lightsaber bright, but more than enough for most applications. Good balance of flood and throw. Can illuminate more than 20 meters well. I EDC'd this light for a while and the clip eventually broke off. Previously it had bent and had to be bent back. The clip is on... Read more

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  • posted byFTagliari on 12/11/2013

    Great flashlight. Very bright, dosent heat too much, battery lasts for an hour. Good price considering how usefull it is. very well made, dosent seem to be too fragile. Dosent look cheap, seems to be very good. Dosent have a strap on it, so you cant atach it to your wrist or to the tend roof If a... Read more

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  • posted byRHer on 10/19/2013

    -No flashing modes -Good light output with wide enough beam for general purpose flashlight -really cheap compared to big name brands with similar performance - while it's really bright "510-lumen" seems quite a bit exaggerated (compared to brand flashlight that claims to be 200-lumen no... Read more

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  • posted byAllgoodnameRgon on 06/28/2013

    This is a great flashlight. Strong built, good heatsinking, nice OP reflector. It's a bit heavy compared to others (V6-T60 from ultrafire is lighter), but that's because it is built stronger. It's perfect to hold it in your hand but a bit heavy to install on a fishblock on your bicycle. I have to... Read more

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  • posted byLobii on 06/12/2013

    - Well made, strong and great water proof. - Dont turn hot while using for long time. - without strap, and cant put one. - Runtime little little poor, not 60 min, i use 3600mah batterie and woks about 20 min. - ON/OFF switch works badly when i used it at the beggining, now works great. - There im... Read more

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  • posted byAllgoodnameRgon on 05/04/2013

    It's cheap, and it's an XML-T6. It's okay for a hand-held flashlight. Not bright enough for a bike light. I have other XML flashlight and they're all brighter than this one. Plus it seems not to be able to decide wheter it is a floodlight or a spotlight (neiter very good throw nor flood). It is a... Read more

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  • posted byaekrusty on 01/26/2013

    One mode led, for Real tactical use. The housing tube have a good construct. I already had this model, and it is easy to find replacements such drop in and tailcap. Led is malfunction, had to change the reflector with anbother bult for it to work. Does not include a strap. The tailcap button has... Read more

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