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Nebo 5581 220 Lumen Redline Tactical Flashlight Strobe S.O.S
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|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 4.5 x 1.5 in||1.5 x 5 x 1.5 in||1.5 x 4.5 x 1.5 in||1.02 x 3.7 x 1.02 in||1.2 x 4.5 x 1.2 in||1 x 2.63 x 1 in|
|Item Weight||6.84 ounces||0.55 lb||6.4 ounces||—||6.85 ounces||0.16 ounces|
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The Nebo Redline Tactical Flashlight Features: 3 Power Levels of Brightness 100% = 220 Lumens - 150 yds - 4 hours 50% = 110 Lumens - 65 yds - 8 hours 10% = 22 Lumens - 30 yds - 15 hours S.O.S. Mode Click the rear button 4 times to activate the S.O.S. Sequence (220 Lumens of brightness) Defensive Strobe Click the Rear Button 5 times to activate the Emergency Flashing Strobe Mode (220 Lumens of brightness) 4x Adjustable Beam Turn the bezel clockwise for flood light, perfect for short range lighting.. Turn the bezel counter clock wise for spot light, perfect for focusing light over 20 yards Aggressive Self-Defense Face: The aggressive design face can be used to defend yourself (please use caution when using flashlight) Anodized Aircraft Grade Aluminum Water-Proof Compact Body Design Designed to fit almost anywhere, the body is virtually indestructible to ensure reliability Rear Glow-In-The-Dark Tactical Button The button gives you the power to easily switch functions while maintaining constant control of the flashlight. Button uses click and soft touch operation. The button also glows in the dark so that you can easily find it. Powerful Magnetic Base Allows you to stick product to virtually all metal surfaces, giving you hands-free lighting. Magnetic base also helps in retrieving metal objects in a tight space. 5557 , Nebo RedLine Flashlight , Nebo RedLine Flashlight , lighting
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The Redline also has a 4x adjustable beam, which is adjusted by turning a bezel near the front of the light. Nebo claims that the focused spotlight will shine up to 150 yards. It has a nifty ring around the front that glows red when the light is on. I can't see that it serves any purpose, but it looks nice. The button to turn the flashlight on and off and to change modes is on the back. The button glows in the dark -at least enough so that you can see it. Unfortunately, the button is recessed, which makes it impossible to depress it with my thumb while holding the flashlight. If I want to turn the light on with one hand, I have to depress the button with my index finger. This might not work if you have big hands. A button that protrudes would be preferable.
When you first turn the flashlight on, it is in the bright 220-lumen mode. You cycle though the modes by turning the flashlight on and off in rapid succession. This can be inconvenient. In order to get the flashlight to come back on in bright mode, you have to wait about 15 seconds. If you turn the flashlight off and on again before that, it will come on in the next mode in the succession rather than the full light. Also, if you tend to use the flashlight in a less-light mode, as might be appropriate if you use it primarily in your home, you have to cycle through every time to find your mode. You can't set it to come on in the mode you use most often. That and the recessed power button detract somewhat from the Redline's ease of use.
The flashlight takes 3 AAA batteries (included). It will last 4 hours at 220 lumens, 8 hours at 110 lumens, 15 hours at 22 lumens, and up to 72 hours in strobe or SOS mode on full battery power. The body is waterproof and made of anodized aircraft-grade aluminum. It does hold the temperature around it well, so it can get pretty cold or hot in your glove compartment. The back end of the flashlight is magnetic, which allows hands-free illumination in some situations. The LED bulb will last 110,000+ hours. At first I thought the Redline might be overpriced, but it is well-made, offers a lot of options and a lot of light. In my experience, most compact flashlights last only a few years. If the Redline proves itself more durable, it will have been well worth the money.
The Great Points: 220 lms of bright white light. I compared it outside next to my highly rated Dorcy 41-4750 180 lms and the beam on the redline seemed to be brighter. The focusing system if first rate. Just the right amount of tension and degree of angle (wide to tight). 3 AAA batteries are easy to get and run time is as good or better than most especially with the high output. 4 beam choices make this very versital. The fact that you can leave it on the preferred mode is great.
The Good Points: Tactical knurled grip is well designed. It is very small (maybe too small) which perfect for back packs, cars and police/tactical belt. It has a unique red ring. Not really sure it serves any purpose but looks cool. Glow in the dark on/off button could be handy if you dropped it in the dark.
The not so good points: Packaging could have just been a fluke so I will mention but let that one slide. Rear on/off button is really difficult to access and in a defense situation would be a huge problem and basically eliminates the use of this flashlight as a potentially life saving tactical light. There is no way to connect a lanyard. The front of the Redline has cut outs (actually sharp edges) which could easlily get caught on something if you were trying to pull this out fast.
Bottom Line: I bought this for about $25. I think I got a lot of flashlight for the money. I am very impressed how much light this little flashlight can produce. That said the on/off button access, and rough edges, lanyard connection make this flashlight a bad choice for tactical defense.
If Nebo makes these cosmetic corrections I would be first in line to buy it. I bet it would be a go to flashlight for law enforcement as a primary or secondary light.