Olight R50 Seeker 2500 Lumens CREE XHP50 Rechargeable LED Flashlight with LumenTac Holster
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- Featuring a Cree XLamp XHP50 LED, maximum output of 2500 lumens with 4 brightness levels and extended battery run time up to 50 hours.
- Built-in USB charging port with high capacity 26650 4500mAh rechargeable lithium battery and charging USB cable. Reminds you to recharge whenever battery power is low with battery status indicator glowing red. Charging indicator shows if the charging is in progress (red) or complete (green).
- Easy to use multi-function side switch lets you cycle through three brightness levels. Automatically returns you to your last brightness level with its built in memory function.
- Instant access to turbo and strobe modes. Double click access to Turbo; triple click access to Strobe.
- Comes with Olight R50 flashlight, Micro-USB cable, customized 4500mAh 26650 battery, lanyard and AC USB power adapter with bonus high-quality LumenTac Holster included for easy carry and instant access whenever your light is needed.
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The Olight R50 Seeker is a rechargeable flashlight that utilizes a CREE XHP50 LED and produces an impressive 2500 lumens of brilliance and a beam distance of 325 yards in Turbo mode. With a built-in rechargeable high capacity 4500mAh 26650 battery and micro-USB charging cable, this light can run for up to 50 hours on low. The compact design makes this light is an excellent tool for professional use or for enjoying outdoor activities.
* LED: CREE XHP50
* Battery: 1 x 4500 mAh 26650 high capacity battery (included)
* Maximum Output: 2500 lumens
--- * Turbo: 2500~800 lumens / 2 + 150 min
--- * High: 1200~800 lumens / 12 + 130 min
--- * Medium: 300 lumens / 6 hrs
--- * Low: 50 lumens/ 50 hrs
* Peak Beam Intensity: 22,000cd
* Beam Distance: 325 yards (297m)
--- * Length: 5.24 in / 133 mm
--- * Head Diameter: 1.65 in / 42 mm
--- * Body Diameter: 1.26 in / 32 mm
--- * Weight: 8.99 oz / 255g (including battery)
* Waterproof: IPX8
* Impact Resistance: 4.9ft (1.5m) drop test
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The reason I don't give it 5 stars is almost exclusive the on switch. There's no thumb trigger on the tail end and the rubberized on switch is nearly flush with the housing near the lamp that when you pull it out in a hurry it's sometimes necessary to rotate the unit 2 or 3 times until your finger lands on the switch. My previous dog walking light is a Coast Tac-light with the tail switch and while it doesn't put out the same lumens as this O-light it has a much more user friendly switch mechanism. IMO I can see why a tail switch may not make sense on a D-cell flashlight but for these smaller handheld lights I just prefer the tail end switch.
Have you ever wanted to have a spotlight in the palm of your hand? Well now you can.
Olight spared no expense with the packaging of this product, nor, as far as I can tell, with the flashlight itself. This thing is BRIGHT. As shown in my included video review it lit up the treeline in my backyard which is over 380 feet from where I captured the video. This thing is no joke.
In my video I compare it to a Brinkmann spotlight that I have. It's not really a fair comparison since the Brinkmann was a $50 flashlight and it's roughtly 20x as big as the Olight, but I thought it was entertaining at least.
Be very careful about shining the turbo mode light into anyones eyes as you will certainly impair them for an extended period of time by shining this light directly in their eyes. With great lumens comes great responsibility.
I didn't capture it in my video but, as pictured, you do also receive a holster for the light.
Thanks for reading/watching folks, I hope this information was helpful.
While I do have other flashlights, both cheap and expensive, my current favorite is an aging Fenix TK40 (max 630 lumens). The Olight R50 (max 2500 lumen) is able to challenge that favorite position. Here is why
- It is smaller yet powerful
- Unlike many other models, this one can be recharged with a micro usb cable. No fumbling around with batteries!
- It has the highest water resistance rating
- The power button is on the side which is easily accessible and ergonomic
- Power button is simple to use and has a lock function
- Battery life is excellent
- The beam is wider
Build Quality and design:
This flashlight, along with a few others, has the best finishing out of my whole collection, and the type-III hard anodizing will go a long way in protecting it. It has a very sharp design with a blue rim at the front and matching ring for the power button. The rubber charging port cap at the back is very sturdy.
The charger is average sized, and can use a standard two pin power cable that is used in laptop chargers, if you want to keep it at a distance from a socket.
Heat dissipation is good, except in the turbo mode. It gets hot really quickly in turbo mode.
The holster that came with it is built to last, and the flashlight fits in it perfectly.
In my tests, the spot of R50 looked slightly dimmer than a 630 lumen flashlight, but that is because the spot is much wider. That actually eables the flashlight to light up more area, which is good for the type of usage I need.
I like to do a "room test" with my lights, in which I point the flashlight at the cieling, about 2 ft away from it. Then I compare the ambient brightness in the whole room to other flashlights, or to the CFL lighting that I have. The R50 lights up my room in turbo mode unlike any other light of its size, and it really gives the feeling that the main home lights are on. I am impressed.
The color of the light is very slightly on the greener side when I compared it Fenix.
This light is really simple to use. Press the button once to turn it on in the last used mode, then press it for 1/3 second to switch to the next mode. Keeping it pressed constantly keeps cycling the modes. Its that simple. The modes cycle 300lm-1200lm-50lm-300lm-and so on. Double press to go into the turbo mode (2500lm). Triple press for strobe mode (only one strobe mode available).
Locking is really easy (refer to manual). After locking, pressing the power button does not turn it ON, but shows a red light through the rubber power button - that is pretty neat (see pic). Unlocking is similarly easy.
Battery life came out as advertised in my tests, but I didn't test it on lowest setting (too impatient to wait 50 hours!).
Throw - this light easily lights up areas about 200m away, and you can see the effect till about 300m as advertised.
All in all this is one of the best small flashlights with big lumens. It encourages me to use it by being so simple to use and charge, and yet versatile enough with 4 brightness levels. Looks like this is going to be my new favorite for a long time, I can carry it just about anywhere. I was provided with a sample for doing an honest and unbiased review. I am not obligated to give it a positive or negative rating; the above is my true opinion about this flashlight.