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CVLIFE 800 Lumens Cree Xm-l 8066-t6 Rechargeable Zoomable Flashlight Torch +18650 Battery+ Car/Wall Chargers
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The flashlight is solidly built. The only part that worries me a little is the soft plastic plug that covers the charger input hole on the side of the flashlight. It feels like it could pull out or break off and be lost. I'll try to be gentle with it. Yes, the chargers look and feel cheap, but they work fine, and hey, remember, it's an inexpensive flashlight.
When I first purchased it I was extremely pleased, this light had outshined most all of my previous flashlights and was definitely much more durable. The included chargers were definitely a selling point but ended up being its main flaw. like most Chinese flashlights the lumen rating is way above the manufacturers rating for the lighting element it uses but that is of little importance since It is super bright.
the car charger, while handy served its function only when charging a battery that was only 25% depleted, and the wall charger was of such poor construction that it fell apart in two months.
I ended up using it for three months during the first round of use and had suspected that the led element was worn out when the flashlight could no longer throw a strong beam.
I ended up setting it aside and even tried dumping it on friends every chance I got. I had suspected that the issue could have also been my form of charging and possibly the cheap battery inside and maintained that the flashlight could be bullet proof with new batteries but I abandoned this position when I couldn't find 18650's, I tried loading two cr123a at a friends suggestion which resulted in some flickering before extinguishing itself.
I am a bit of a pack rat so in the drawer it went for a couple of months. I came across another friend who had a Moded vaporizer that ran on 18650s and took one of his extra batteries to try it in my flashlight, sure enough it fired up and lit like it used to
the five stars are for the flashlight it self and with a little investment in some worthwhile batteries and charger the service life goes way up
**Edit: Noticed the latest iteration does not include the orange traffic wand. That's too bad, it was the main reason I bought it.