|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 1.5 x 1.3 inches|
|Item model number||501B-With|
|Size||Generic Flashlight ONLY|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
DB POWER WF 501b Cree Xml T6 3 Mode Cree Led Flashlight 900 Lumens (Generic Packaging)
|Price:||$12.99 + $1.99 shipping|
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- CREE XML T6 with 900+ Lumen 3 Mode Output
- Battery Used: 1 x 18650 battery (not included)
- Aluminum alloy casing with o-rings for water resistant design
- Can be mounted on tactical rail with 1" ring mount
- Rugged, anodized, CREE LED designed to last 100,000 hours
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|Item Dimensions||Information not provided||1.1 x 5.12 x 1.1 in||1.3 x 5.6 x 1.5 in||1.22 x 5.2 x 1.14 in|
|Item Weight||Information not provided||5.43 ounces||3.28 ounces||1.44 ounces|
|Light Source Type||led||led||led||LED|
Top Customer Reviews
After testing it out briefly inside, I gave it a test run on my bike flashlight holder, set it to high, and 100 feet down my road it suddenly went dark. I saw the faintest light still coming out, but there was nothing I could do to revive this light (half press to cycle through the modes, or full press on and off
When I got back home, I recharged the batteries, but could no longer get the back cap on, I believe the back cap failed similar to another reviewer here. I consider myself a handy guy mechanically, having replaced the engine, transmission, and suspension in my car, this flashlight was a total failure.
I recieved a flashlight that had 2 catastrophic failures within the first half day of testing.
Thankfully I have a good Fenix flashlight as a backup. That brand I would recommend without hesitation; they cost a little more, but a much better value for quality of construction and 'smart' led control so the intensity of the light stays constant for the life of the charge.
If you're tempted to try this light out, I'd say go for it! If you get one that works, you'll get a great light. If yours doesn't work, amazon will pay for return shipping, and you've lost nothing.
If you're looking for a good bike light, you have to check out the bicycle headlights
CREE XML T6 Bicycle Headlight LED 3 Files 1200 Lumens
The beam from this flashlight doesn't have an annoying tight spot with a wide, more dimly lit peripheral area. The bright part is bigger, so you can see more of what you're looking at better. That's the main reason that I like this flashlight better than the others I've tried.
The only (mild) complaint that I have about this flashlight is that the end cap, which you remove to replace the battery, isn't smartly milled in the screw-on threads. As the result, you have to push against the spring while aligning the cap by eye, and it can be a little difficult to get the cap back on. If you want to see an end cap that has much better-milled threads, check out the Romisen RC-B12. That's not a major issue though.
Using one recently charged 18650 battery (UltraFire 3.7V 3000mAh), the beam from the flashlight (on the brightest mode) will stay very bright for about 90 minutes, after which there will be a slow decline in brightness over the next five hours or so. At the end of the 6.5 hours, the battery will probably be about pooped out, with a voltage under load of about 3.0V. So even if you use the bright mode continually, you should get enough light to see your immediate surroundings (at least) for maybe five or six hours.
Of course, to save on battery power, you should use the low intensity beam most of the time. I haven't tested, yet, how long the battery will last if you use only the low intensity beam.Read more ›
This is totally unreliable and unacceptable. Unfortunately, the seller requires a 15 day return period and I didn't get to test the light until 2 weeks after it arrived - resulting in a total waste of my money.
When the unit actually emits light - it is a very bright, very broad, pattern best described as a flood light and not a spot light. The 220 Lumen Dorcy 49-4299 or 300 Lumen MXDL CREE illuminate a target at 125 yards far better than this "900 Lumen" UltraFire. For work at close ranges (10 to 40 yards) - this light illuminates a broad area with a clean white light.
Testing the light against white double garage doors on a moonless night reveals some minor shadows, defects, and "ghosts" in the pattern - but nothing too bad, especially given the short range flood light nature of the product.
I do not have the test equipment to verify UltraFire's claim of 900 lumens, but I very much doubt it. Comparing this light to many "big name" brands such as Streamlight, Pelican, Dorsey, Fenix, MagLite, Surefire, etc. - I can't see that it is any brighter than their 200~300 lumen models.
Of course - none of that matters when the switch is defective and the light doesn't work. Other reviewers have had better luck - but quality control is obviously an issue with this unit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great and i like the single mode rather then the three mode light.shipping was a bit slow but over all perfect for a maintenance guyPublished 1 month ago by Dave
Will be used as an emergency flashlight, but it looks and works great!Published 5 months ago by Elliot S.
I will recommend this to all Offgrid, Grid-tie, and DIY Solar Fan, Subscribers, YouTubers and Followers. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jwsolarusa