|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.4 x 5.5 x 1.7 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
Enjoydeal NEW 5 Modes CREE XM-L T6 LED Bright 2000 Lumens Adjustable Focus Flashlight Torch Lamp Torch ( Flashlight+Batteries+Charger)
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- High power LED flashligh, use Cree XML T6 LED chip
- 5 modes-high , medium , low, Strobe and SOS
- Easy to use, need 1 pc 18650 rechargeable battery (included)or 3 aaa batteries(not included),
- If you use 26650 for this torch,that would be perfect.Change 5-modes by slightly pushing tail button
- Can be zoomed in and out, square beam.
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|Item Dimensions||—||4.21 x 6.5 x 1.69 in||1.6 x 5.3 x 1.1 in||1.4 x 3.4 x 1.1 in||3.1 x 8.9 x 2.7 in||2.36 x 7.09 x 1.57 in|
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This is high power LED Flashlight with 5 Modes.
Easy to use, need 1pc 18650 rechargeable battery or 3 aaa batteries or 1pc 26650.
Change modes by slightly pushing tail button, it's zoomable.
Package including: 1pc CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight; 2pcs 18650 3.7v rechargeable battery; 1pc dual charger.
Top customer reviews
Everything listed was included - That battery holder, 2 rechargeable batteries, and the triple a converter pack.
for 15$ this is one of the best flashlights I think exists. It's super bright, and I love the strobe setting.
The zoom feature is perfect for far distance and unzoomed is great for general light.
It feels very sturdy, and that it could be dropped without issue (however I am not drop testing mine... If I drop it, I will update ;)
The only con is that it doesn't have a memory feature - Meaning if you turn it off on setting 4, it will start later on setting 5. My example being that I like the strobe because it could be used in a self defense manor which means I would always have to cycle through to number 3 before hand.
This also means you would have to cycle through the settings every time to get the brightest setting*
That though is a minor grip in a otherwise 5 star product!
It came with an extra battery and the recharger charges both at the same time, I like that.
It also comes with an adapter that will let you use alkaline batteries too...another idea I like.
The lense can slide forward and backward, widening or narrowing the beam. Imprinted on the flashlight
displays the different zoom. This is solid aluminum, and sturdy. Just as the beam can be zoomed, the strobe flash speed
can be zoomed or the speed rate changed. I bought the flashlight for multiple purposes, general purpose flashlight, self defense striking weapon, light to be using in conjunction with my pistol shooting. For all my needs, this flashlight meets my expectations.
I believe it to be a true 2000 Lumens, If a person were to look into the light (Yes, i had to try it to know), it will leave blind spots almost immediately.
I am a professional lost cat finder (yes, really!) so flashlights are very important in my work.
I've been though many; the giant cord-rechargeable spotlights 1500 lumens and up are usually only good for a short time, and after a year, no longer recharge. I've wasted about $200 on those over the years. One took 24 hours to charge but only lasted 20 minutes when on.
I got this CREE to have a small but strong light in my arsenal. Although I'd LOVE to have this big Ryobi (link here" Ryobi P716 ONE Plus 18V Cordless Xenon Hi-Beam Spotlight (Bare Tool Only - battery and charger not included) which comes to a total of $172 with the sold-separately charger and Li-ion battery) ...HOWEVER, I also need a "take-everywhere" light but need to have several, including one light enough to be in a pocket at all time, and easy to pop a new battery in if the case does past 4 hours.
This little light is really impressive and very glad I got it. I may add to the review here one I've taken it out on an actual case, but after charging up the TWO blue batteries and popping one in, I'm very impressed with the light coverage and intensity.
And if you happen to know someone looking for a lost cat, tell them to get something that is at least 500 lumens, and to contact me for my instructional search guide, How to Find a Lost Cat at my site, Lost Cat Finder!
the light itself seems to have the same internals as my other light, withe the focus mechanism racking in/out by friction instead of screw. i just leave it wide open. it's plenty of light to light up my giant backyard. the one i use on my bicycle is hard to "outrun" - generally i feel safe using it as a headlight in pitch dark except on the fastest descents.