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EdisonBright Olight S30R III 1050 Lumen USB Rechargeable LED Flashlight with Type 18650 3500mAh Li-ion Battery, Charging Base with Two CR123A Lithium Back-up Batteries Bundle
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- 1050 lumen Olight S30R III Includes new Micro-USB charging dock and a Olight 3500mAh 18650 rechargeable battery
- Multi-function side switch with five brightness levels, plus a strobe mode
- Direct access to turbo mode: when the flashlight is off and not under lockout mode, double click to activate the turbo mode
- -Removable pocket clip
- Bundle include 2X EdisonBright CR123A lithium back-up use batteries.(In addition to rechargeable Olight 18650 li-ion battery)
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Smooth aluminum reflector and hardened glass lens give 99% light transmission rate
The S30R III is shorter than the previous generation by 3mm
Magnetic tail cap can be secured to ferrous metal surfaces for hands-free usage
Includes USB desktop charging dock
Compatible with Olight magnetic charging cables which can be used for charging on the go
Low power indicator under the side switch glows red when the battery voltage is running low (below 3.1V)
Thermal management program to protect the users' hands and flashlight from heat. The 1050 lumen turbo mode will stay on for two minutes before stepping down to the 500 lumen high mode within one minute.
Direct access to turbo mode: when the flashlight is not under lockout mode, double click to activate the turbo mode.
Timer function: long timer (9 minutes) and short timer (3 minutes)
Multi-function side switch
Remembers last used mode via memory function
Aircraft-grade aluminum body
Anti-scratch type III hard anodized
Lock-out function prevents accidental activation
Stainless steel clip
Customized 3500mAh 3.6V 18650 battery
Lanyard with Perforating Tool
4.2V 1000mAh Desktop Charging Dock
50cm Micro-USB Cable
Output / Runtime: 1x 18650 battery:
Turbo: 1050 lumens / 2 mins.
High: 500 lumens / 3.5 hours
Medium: 120 lumens / 15 hours
Low: 12 lumens / 130 hours
Firefly: 0.5 lumens / 100 days
Beam intensity: 8,840 cd
Throw distance: 188 m / 617 ft
Impact resistance: 1.5 m
Water Resistance: IPX-8 (Submersible to 2 meters for 30 minutes)
Length: 4.49 in/114mm
Diameter: 0.98 in/25mm
Bundle include 2X EdisonBright CR123A lithium back-up use batteries.(Non-rechargeable. Do not place on charging dock with these batteries in flashlight.)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 8.9 x 3.8 x 1.8 inches; 9.44 Ounces
- Item model number : S30R II
- Date First Available : December 2, 2014
- Manufacturer : Olight
- ASIN : B00QG1ZC3M
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Comparing the S10R (400 Lumens) to the S30R which is rated at 920 Lumens with the rechargeable battery installed, I don't know that the S30R is more than twice as bright as the S10R, but it is definitely much brighter. In fact, it's pretty blinding, so unless you are looking for a weapon light that needs to send daylight out to 300 yards, the S30R works just great. It's not real obvious from the description, but the instruction sheet that comes with the light says that it puts out 1000 Lumens with two CR123A batteries installed, and 920 Lumens with the 18650 battery installed. Seems a bit misleading to say it's a "1000 Lumen LED Flashlight with type 18650 3400mAh Li-ion battery". It's only capable of 1000 Lumens with the two CR123A batteries installed, if I'm reading the instruction sheet right. Of course, I'm not sure that I could tell the difference between 920 Lumens and 1000 Lumens anyhow.
Some people have commented on the fact that the on/off button is hard to find or hard to operate. My old Olight S10 Baton just had a raised button on the side, and it was possible for it to turn on in your pocket occasionally. It does have a lock-out feature (as do the S30R and S10R) but even with that, it was possible for the button to be depressed in one's pocket long enough for the light to turn on. So Olight improved that situation by making the on/off button flush with a bezel that surrounds the button. The flush mounting of the button makes it more difficult to turn the light on accidentally, and it also makes it more difficult to turn the light on on purpose. I really don't find the button to be an issue. It works fine once you get used to it. I would not, however, consider any of these lights to be ideal for tactical situations where you need to be able to turn the light on immediately and without any searching for the button, and without playing around with various operating modes. In those situations, a light with an end-cap button and only one mode is what I would want. But for an EDC light, or a work light, the S10R and S30R are both ideal in my mind.
One other comment I used to use a similar light made by another manufacturer. I had two of those lights fail the first time I dropped them on a concrete floor. I have dropped my S10 Baton on the concrete probably 10 times since I've had it, and it has never failed. I've dropped the S10R 2 or 3 times and it just keeps on working. I expect the S30R will be just as rugged, although I haven't dropped it yet. These Olight Baton lights seem to be pretty darn tough. These are great lights.
No way would I trust this light for EDC, simply unreliable, looking to replace it with a proper Streamlight.
Ordered the s30r II for the fact that the pocket clip is toward the battery cap end of the torch like in the picture. I had become accustomed to this due to several years of carrying this specific light. Ordered this specific one and they sent the third revision instead of the second. Different button with no charge indication, different clip orientation and no glow in the dark bezel. A bit of a let down, since the description and photos indicate the 2nd iteration of the S30 line. Had they notified me the older model was sold out or discontinued, I would have looked elsewhere. Will be giving this one a shot, hope it holds up as well as the gen 2!
I was biking late last night when a pitbull broke loose from its fenced yard, charging after a friend and I. With little time to react and not wanting to grab my CC weapon, i garbbed my Olight Baton and hit the strobe feature. The pitbull stopped dead in its tracks from a full charge. Allowing my friend and I to exit without harm.
Definitely saved my rear end.