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EagleTac M3C4 Cree XM-L LED Flashlight


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  • Cree XM-L LED (maximum output, single LED)
  • O.T.F. lumen output: 5/65/192/404/748
  • Runtime: 1.5/3.5/8/28/100+ hours
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions9.5 x 4 x 3.4 inches
Item model numberEagleTac M3C4 XM-L
Power SourceRechargeable
  
Additional Information
ASINB004HXGVSG
Best Sellers Rank #412,959 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds
Date First AvailableJanuary 4, 2011
  
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Product Description

EagleTac M3C4 XM-L T6 is the next generation in the Military Series replacing the EagleTac M2. EagleTac uses the newest CREE XM-L T6 in the EagleTac M3C4 to make 748 ANSI lumen and produce 39840lux at one meter with its smooth reflector and updated high current output driver.

The CREE XM-L offers an extra 25-35% ANSI lumen compared to single emitter SST-50.

The EagleTac M3C4 XM-L is the next generation of famous EagleTac M2 Series. It is a compact 11 Watt high output LED flashlight offering 800 O.T.F. lumen (1000 LED lumen) at turbo mode and a maximum of 100+ hours regulated runtime at 15 lumen low mode.

Features:
Cree XM-L LED (maximum output, single LED)
O.T.F. lumen output: 5/65/192/404/748
LED lumen output: 20/70/215/470/930
Battery: two 18650 rechargeable or four CR123A primary
Runtime: 1.5/3.5/8/28/100+ hours
New one-piece flashlight head design (from the top of the knurling area to the battery contact point behind the head). This allows optimal LED heatsink capability and operational reliability. The flashlight head is not sealed and user can gain access to the inside of the lens and reflector.
New durable hard anodization coating Available in HAIII finish(40 μm in thickness and 350-380 HV in hardness).
Aluminum Deep reflector SMO coating
Included accessories: CNC machined 304 Stainless steel bezel Included diffuser filter. YRGB filter kit (yellow for fog and rain) is optional. Paracord lanyard with darken pocket clips and split ring M series nylon holster
Operation: Dial the operational ring to turn the flashlight on/off, adjust between the five brightness levels, and access the three hidden modes (strobe, fast beacon, sos). To access the hidden blinking modes, turn the ring from the turbo mode to the off/standby mode, then back to the turbo mode.

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The Eagle Tac XM-L is a good buy if you have the money.
Donald_1
I dunno how long they last on lower powers but it's quite a long time.
Brad Renninger
The beam is tightly controlled, with a strong, large center spot.
vaughnsphotoart.com

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By vaughnsphotoart.com on January 7, 2012
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A lot of research went into choosing this flashlight. I wanted an XM-L led flashlight with good throw and the power/runtime of a 2 battery setup, but without the excessive length of a normal 2 cell light. I chose the M3C4 after reading many reviews, viewing runtime graphs and comparing beamshots. I couldn't be happier with my choice. When I first opened the box, I was surprised by how compact it was; it was smaller than I had expected. It fits comfortably in my hand, and fits easily into my jacket pocket. The finish is flawless, and the light has an overall quality feel that reminded me of a high end camera or precision tool.

Popping in 2 18650 lithium batteries, I discovered the output levels are perfectly chosen. The low-mode is quite low, suitable for nighttime reading, or looking for my clothes in the morning without waking the wife. As you turn the mode dial clockwise, the output increases in visible increments until you hit Turbo, which is blindingly bright. From off to turbo, the dial moves about 90 degrees, so it can be easily manipulated with one hand (I use my thumb to turn it). On turbo, you can shine it on your hand from 3 feet away and you can feel heat. The beam is tightly controlled, with a strong, large center spot. I tested it against the headlights on my car, and it is easily brighter than the halogen highbeams.

If you happen to be photographer, it should be noted that 58mm lens filters can be screwed on in place of the stainless steel bezel. I'm not sure what you would use this for, but it could have applications for observing animals at night using a red filter, or possibly as an IR illuminator with a R72 infrared filter.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J Nog on October 17, 2013
This is the warning that should be given on the box, documentation, and any web page dedicated to this family of products. It is unforgiveable that EagleTac would manufacture a heavy flashlight like this with a plastic end cap and control ring. If the flashlight is dropped, even from a very low height, it is very likely to land on the end cap, and in this case would likely disintegrate on contact, rendering the light useless. I cannot fathom what was going through their heads when EagleTac was designing this light.

There are definitely some neat features to M3C4 Triple XM-L. The beam itself is just what I expected. Nice floody spot. Huh, how can it be a spot and a flood? Well, it is. It's got a really bright, long throw, but also has a nice transition from spot to spill that gives it a floody effect. The light comes with a diffuser which I don't think is needed on this version, because it's already somewhat diffused; so I'm not using it, even though this is one of the reasons I bought this light. I wanted a really bright, slightly diffused beam, and the M3C4 Triple XM-L nailed that perfectly.

I really like that they gave a second tail cap with a switch; I put mine on immediately, and I prefer it. You can't tailstand with the switch on, but this light isn't really a tailstander anyway - too topheavy - so I don't feel like I'm giving up anything here.

I could go on, but featurewise this light stacks up to everything I expected from it. All the features you see in the product description and video demos are all true, and if it was manufactured with better quality in mind it would be worth every penny. However, to me, this light went from 5 stars to 3 because of the unforgiveable and unnecessary blunder of putting plastic parts on the outside. Shame on you EagleTac, you ruined a perfect flashlight!

If mine was lost or stolen, I would likely look for a different alternative.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Donald_1 on August 19, 2012
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This is an excellent flashlight with an extremely bright spot beam that reaches out 1,600 across the lake from me to illuminate homes on the opposite side. I like the very powerful strobe light but wish it pulsed just a bit faster. It has a good feel for me but others might prefer a more rounded grip. The grip for this flashlight is flat on two sides. I compared this light with a 10 million candlepower halogen spot beam lantern with high-low settings for both 10 million and 5 million candle power. At 1,600 ft. the 10 million candle power beam from the halogen spotlight is brighter and it provides a slightly greater beam width. However the EagleTac XM-L is brighter than the 5 million candlepower halogen spot beam. So my estimate is that the EagleTax XM-L is probably the equivalent of about a 7-million candlepower spot beam. However, the halogen spot beam uses a lead acid battery and probably weighs about 15 pounds or more, whereas the EagleTac XM-L is a small light-weight flashlight you hold in your hand and it only weighs a few ounces.

The XM-L comes with a waterproof push button on-off switch you should install at the rear of the flashlight. However, this is problematic because you have to purchase a Star screwdriver to unloosen the existing mounting screws and install the new push button switch. These screws are NOT hex head. The screws that come with the unit are soft metal and easily buggered or stripped, so take great caution not to strip the threads. You get four extra screws that come with the flashlight in case you run into trouble. Don't even try to loosen the screws with any type of screwdriver until you buy the exact star head type you need for this purpose. Ace Hardware sells just the right star screwdriver you need.
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