ACEBEAM EC35 CREE XP-L High Density 1200 Lumens LED Flashlight
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- Acebeam Max output:1200 lumens with CREE XP-L High Density LED with a lifespan of 50,000hours, Use one 18650 or 2*CR123A batteries (not included)
- Working voltage: 2.7V-9V, Mini Potable Pocket Size: 136mm (Length)*25mm (BEZEL)*22(Body dia.), weight:72g (without batteries).Conforms to IPX-8 standard: 2 meters.
- Smooth reflector gives perfect beam and throw.Digitally regulated output- maintains constant brightness.Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function.Side switch on the head.
- Made of durable aircraft grade aluminium. Over-heat protection to avoid high-temperature of the surface. Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
- A tactical "clicky" switch is fully exposed in the tailcap for easy access,even when wearing gloves.Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating. Battery reverse protection function. And batteries low indicalion. (it will flash when voltage down to 3v)
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1:CREE XP-L High Density LED with a lifespan of 50,000hours
2:Use one 18650 or 2*CR123A batteries (not included)
3:Max output:1200 lumens with CREE XP-L High Density
4:Working voltage: 2.7V-9V
5:136mm (Length)*25mm (BEZEL)*22(Body dia.)
6:72g weight (without batteries)
7:Smooth reflector gives perfect beam and throw.
8:Digitally regulated output- maintains constant brightness
9:Side switch on the head
10:Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
11:Over-heat protection to avoid high-temperature of the surface
12:Made of durable aircraft grade aluminium
13:Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
14:Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
15:Battery reverse protection function. And batteries low indicalion (it will flash when voltage down to 3v)
The above-mentioned parameters(test with 2600mAh 18650 batteries) are approximate and may vary between flashlight, batteries, and environments
1.Don’t let children use the flashlight.
2.Don’t let the light of flashlight to directly shine animal or people’s eyes.
3.If the flashlight is stored or transmitted for a long time, please take out the batteries.
1.Use soft cloth to clean thread half a year and utilize silicone oil for lubrication.
2.Don’t use the lubricating oil refined from petroleum to contact waterproof O-ring; or otherwise, the waterproof O-ring would be damaged.
3.In case of contact with corrosive liquid, please timely clean it and dry it for use.
Packing List :
1*ACEbeam EC35 flashlight
1*Spare rubber button cap
1*User English manual
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-Last brightness setting is saved
-Small and lightweight
-Highest brightness setting gets pretty hot
I've been using this light for about a week now, took it camping for 7 days, and can tell you right now, this is one of the best tube style lights I have ever seen or used. Here's why...
The Acebeam EC35 comes in a quality cardboard box with cloth covered foam padding and cut-outs for the light and accessories. It comes with a very nice quality holster, clip, spare o-rings, spare rubber switch boot, instructions and a warranty card.
When you first take it out of the box, you notice right off the bat that the anodizing is perfect and smooth. The machining of the knurling, cooling fins, and tail cap are top notch with no sharp edges. The tail cap is finely machined with square threads for durability purposes, and the light can stand upright on it's tail on a flat surface. But it doesn't stop there...
The emitter is an Cree XPL HD (high density). The 6 mode driver, drives this light at 1200 lumens in turbo mode. There is not a doubt in my mind this is 1200 lumens comparing it to a few of the flashlights I have that are known to be in the 1000 to 1600 lumen range. One click of the tail switch turns the light on. Using the side switch you cycle through the Firefly mode at .3 lms, Low at 30 lms, Mid at 250 lms, High at 550 lms, and finally Turbo at 1200 lms. Nice evenly spaced modes. The strobe mode is somewhat hidden so you don't accidentally turn it on. While in any mode, you simply hold the side switch down for 2 seconds and it goes into 1200 lumen strobe. The flashlight also has a memory. When you shut the light off using the tail switch, and turn it back on again, it will come on at the last level you turned it off from. Also, the tail switch has a momentary function. While the light is off, if you give the tail switch a half press (not clicking all the way), the light will momentarily come on in the last mode you left it. Let up on the switch and the light will turn off. Very handy if all you need is a quick flash at something. I saw no visible PWM (pulse width modulation) in any mode.
The switches themselves are high quality. The tail switch is somewhat stiff, but a positive smooth click, and momentary works at the same pressure all the time. The side switch is buttery smooth, but with a definite click.
The flashlight, as mention in the description can take an 18650, or two CR123 primary cells. I tested both Flat-top 18650's and Button-top 18650's. I did not try the longer protected 18650's since I don't own any. Please use quality Samsung, LG, or Panasonic/Sanyo cells. Stay clear of the cheap xxxfire cells. My flashlight weight was 79g (2.79oz) without battery, and 124g (4.37oz) with a Samsung 30Q installed.
The EC35 is rated at IPX-8 which Acebeam's definition is 2 meters underwater. I only tested it under running tap water for 10 minutes to simulate hard driving rain or a drop in a puddle. No water egress. It's a good idea with any flashlight to make sure the o-rings are properly lubed with a silicon type lube the manufacture recommends.
The EC35 also has overheat protection built in. When it gets too hot, the light will step down to a lower mode. I did not test this function to see which mode it steps down to, but assume just the next level down. The driver maintains a constant level brightness as the battery wears down, and will flash when voltage gets below 3 volts, you will then know it's time to swap batteries and/or recharge.
This light has a smooth reflector that projects light out to about 200 meters or so. The hot-spot in the beam is very smooth transitioning out to the spill, allowing a nice somewhat floody beam that throws pretty far. The light render's color nicely. As you can see in my pictures, the greens are quite vivid.
The EC35 comes in 4 anodized colors. Black, Clear (or silver), Sand (tan), and Military Green.
In conclusion, this light does everything Acebeam says it does, with a top notch build quality to boot.
Would I feel good about recommending this light to a friend? Heck yes I would. If I were to lose this light, would I go out and purchase another one? Absolutely. Although, I might pick the military green as a personal preference !!. Nice job Acebeam, you have a winner here. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to check it out.
I will update this review if anything comes up worth mentioning, as time goes on.
Any questions, leave a comment and I would be happy to answer.
There is a power button on the end cap, and a separate mode button near the lens. I love the separate mode button! The flashlight remembers what mode it was in when powered off, and always turns on in the previous mode. If I have it on firefly mode to prevent bothering other people, I know it is going to still be in firefly mode when I turn it back on. All flashlights should work this way!
There are four separate sections, and all of them screw together with finely-cut threads that are o-ring sealed. Spare o-rings and a spare power button cover are included in the box, along with a lanyard, carrying case, and belt clip. I love that you can remove the center tube of the flashlight to access both battery contacts for cleaning. If you have a battery leak inside your flashlight, this will allow you to clean it up and salvage the flashlight, where others would be ruined.
This flashlight can run on a single rechargeable 18650 battery, or two cr123a or 16340 batteries. I use mine with an 18650 battery and it works great. There are five different brightness levels and a strobe mode. The turbo mode is extremely bright and impressive, but my favorite mode is the firefly mode. Firefly mode gives you just enough light to see by (0.3 lumens), and navigate a dark area. When we camp, I am nearly always the last to come to bed and firefly mode has been awesome for getting ready for bed without waking the rest of the family. One battery charge in firefly mode lasts ~1200 hours, or an incredible 100 days being used 12 hours per day. It really is plenty of light to find your way in the dark, and with this battery life this flashlight is a prepper's dream! If you are in a situation where you can't charge a battery, you have usable light for more than three months! The turbo mode projects a very bright beam a couple hundred yards. This easy to carry flashlight has a brightness mode appropriate for just about any use. It is very versatile.
I will try to add some detail pictures and a short demonstration video to this review. I got this for free to test and review. If my opinion changes I will update this review. Thanks for reading!