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ITP Light A6 Polestar 700 Lumen Cree MC-E LED Flashlight Black

by ITP
25 customer reviews

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  • Cree MC-E LED, life span up to 50000 hours. Water and Dust Resistant: IP68 Runs on 6xAA Alkaline or 6xNI-MH Batteries
  • Function Three Brightness Levels(Low-Medium-High) and Strobe Mode.
  • High Mode: 700 Lumens/1.5 Hrs, Med.: 160 Lumens/8 Hrs, Low: 12 Lumens/50 Hrs. Strobe 10HZ/10 Hrs.
  • Reflector: Aluminum alloy Orange Peel Reflector with Perfect Beam.
  • Lens:Anti-shattering ultra clear lens, anti-scratching and anti-slip.
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Product Description

Features:

  • Cree MC-E LED, life span up to 50000 hours
  • Function Three Brightness Levels (Low-Medium-High) and Strobe Mode
  • Output and Runtime:
    • High Mode 700 Lumens/1.5 Hours
    • Medium Mode 160 Lumens/8 Hours
    • Low Mode 12 Lumens/50 Hours
    • Strobe 10HZ/10Hours
  • Finish: HA Type
  • Reflector: Aluminum alloy Orange Peel Reflector with Perfect Beam
  • Lens: Anti-shattering ultra clear lens, anti-scratching and anti-slip
  • Water and Dust Resistant: IP68
  • Switch: Side Switch
  • Mil-spec: MIL-STD-810F
Technical Specification:
  • Size:173.4mm/6.83"(L)*48mm/1.89"(D)
  • Weight:212g/7.44oz (Excluding Batteries)
Operation:
  • Battery installation:
    • Remove the tail cap.
    • Insert the batteries with the positive ends toward the head of the light.
    • Replace the tail cap
  • Operation:
    • Turn On/Off The Power
    • Press the side switch to turn the unit on/off
    • Switch Mode
    • Press the side switch constantly when power-on cycles modes through low, medium, high, strobe.
    • Release the side switch to select and memorize mode.


Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number A6 Polestar
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.8 x 1.9 x 1.9 inches
Item model numberITP Light
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002Y3PO5C
Best Sellers Rank #503,315 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces
Date First AvailableNovember 20, 2009
  
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67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Mike P on February 25, 2010
This light is a fantastic buy if you really want one flashlight to be your last light you ever get. This is the most powerful flashlight you can reasonably get unless you either get a HID (high intensity discharge) which is way overkill and has other limitations... or if you read for hours on specialized forums and figure out how to buy $150+ lights.

First, we will discuss what its beam looks like:

This light has a very smooth beam. With a normal cheapo light if you shine it at a wall, you will see lots of rings and artifacts due to the plastic reflector.

The A6 does not have this effect at all. Holding it about a foot away from a wall, you will see that it has a hotspot of around 3 inch diameter. Then it has a corona which is about 18 inches in diameter which is called the spill.

The spill is what allows you to easily see your surroundings late at night. If you are walking, a super bright area of 3 feet across doesn't do much for you... its the corona that lights up the entire area so you can see what you are doing. I'd say about half the power of the light goes into the corona. A focused maglight for example has almost all its power in its focused hotspot by way of comparison.

The hotspot gives the light its 'throw'. This means that you can shine the light at something 50 feet away and still see it. The spill beam is effectively gone at that range, but your tight hotspot has expanded into a nice spotlight effect.

The A6 is considered to be more of a 'flooder' than a thrower, which means its hotspot and corona are fairly wide.

The light itself is a warm white color. Against a white wall, it will appear white with a bit of yellow tint... around 4100K if this helps.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By acruxksa on March 17, 2010
Over the last several months I've purchased several LED flashlights. The ITP A6 Polestar is a very good value. It's more of a flood beam than a spot, so if you're looking for a light that throws illumination several hundred yards you should look elsewhere. However, this light will light up objects one or two hundred yards away with ease. It's much smaller in person than the images make it appear.

I've got a Fenix TK-40 that is only rated at 630 lumens that is a bit brighter and has a better beam pattern than the ITP A6, but that's the nature of the flashlight business, lumens aren't everything. The reflector, LED and design have a lot to do with it. In any case, the TK-40 is a better, light, but it's also much more expensive. The ITP A6 Polestar a great light for the price, uses commonly available AA batteries and is solidly constructed. The battery holder seems a bit light, but I haven't had any issues with it, so it's more of an observation than a complaint.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Arjun Varma on January 19, 2010
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I was amazed with the light ouput on this flashlight - 700+ lumens. This uses one of the latest cutting edge LEDs from CREE and this thing throws out a scorching white light over 250+ meters easily.
In fact you will get serious eye damage if you look at the light beam pointed towards your face at full power.

The flashlight is waterproof with rubber seals all over, there are additional rubber seals/rings which come in the box, a nice carrying cover and carabiner. For the money there is no better deal.

The light automatically cycles through 3 levels of brightness and the 4th is a strobe function for emergency purposes. You just press the switch once and keep it pressed and within half a second increments, the light cycles through all modes. If you were to turn the flashlight off and turn it back on, it remembers the last mode.

I was impressed with the quality of this item. The best part is that this uses 6 AA batteries, I will recommend using Energizer NIMH AA batteries which are rated at 2300MAh, these last very long and I was easily able to get 2 hours with full 700 lumens mode running continouslly.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By John C Campbell on June 12, 2011
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I spent several days researching flashlights before I bought the ITP Polestar 700. I wanted something more powerful than the standard flashlights I could purchase in the store, but wanted to understand the different technologies first to maximize the value of my purchase. After considering a number of flashlights between a $100 and $200, I found this one for well under a $100 @ Amazon and thought "such a deal I have come across". It's specs were superior and what reviews I could find were good, so I eagerly forked over my money and bought one.

What I forgot to consider though, when doing my tech checks, was the more intangible fact, that you always get what you pay for. The flashlight came neatly packaged, looked sharp and worked fantastic...for all of about three months (probably turned it on a few dozen times total), then it just stopped working.

I communicated with Light Junction and they claimed it was probably just the battery holder, which they said had known defects. They even sent me a new one for free. I replaced, but flashlight was still kaput.

I communicated with them again. Turns out they had a few extra battery holders, so had just hoped that was the problem. If I wanted anything else done, they had to send the flashlight back to China for repair. Gotcha was, I had to pay the shipping, which was about half the original cost of the flashlight. They weren't even sure when I would get it back. Not acceptable, so I emailed the flashlight manufacturer. They sent me back to Light Junction.

I have probably bought over a hundreds products from Amazon over the last few years, without complaining to them once, but this was getting too silly, so I went to them for some help.
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