|Part Number||S30R II|
|Item Weight||4.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.62 x 1.02 x 1.02 inches|
|Item model number||S30R2|
|Batteries||18650 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||1050 Lumen|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Description Pile||2 x CR123A or 1 x 18650.|
|Battery Capacity||3500 Milliamp Hours|
Olight S30R Baton III Cree XM-L2 LED 1050 Lumens 18650 Rechargeable Variable-Output LED Flashlight Side-Switch with SKYBEN Battery Case
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|Power Source||Battery Powered|
|Light Source Type||LED|
|Battery Description||2 x CR123A or 1 x 18650.|
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- This flashlight includes our signature Olight blue accents with the latest Cree XM-L2 LED that covers an output range from 0.5~1,050 lumens.
- The high output, portability, convenient charging, and long runtime can meet all your illumination needs for home, travel, and the great outdoors.
- The S30R III is shorter by 3mm in length, reaching 114mm than the previous S30RII
- Magnetic tail cap that allows it to be secured to ferrous metal surfaces for hands free work
- Low power and Lockout indicator under the side switch.
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The S30R Baton III includes our signature Olight blue accents with the latest Cree XM-L2 LED that covers an output range from 0.5~1,050 lumens. The S30R III is equipped with our Olight branded high performance 3500mAh 18650 rechargeable battery and USB desktop charger with suction cups on the bottom for improved stability on any surface..
One customized 3500mAh 18650 battery included providing a maximum output up to 1050 lumens
Utilizes a smooth aluminum reflector which provides an improved beam focus for medium and close-range illumination paired with a hardened glass lens that is coated allowing for a 99% light transmission rate
Magnetic tail cap that allows it to be secured to ferrous metal surfaces for hands free work
New USB desktop charging dock provided. This flashlight also has a charging port that is compatible with Olight magnetic charging cables which can be used for charging on the go
Low power and Lockout indicator under the side switch. When the battery voltage is running low (below 3.1V) or when the flashlight is locked out and being clicked, it will glow red
Thermal management program to protect the users’ hand 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 off and not under lockout mode, double click to activate the turbo mode
Timer function: long timer (9 mins) and short timer (3 mins)
Level 1:1050 lumens (~500lm) - 3.3 h
Level 2:500 lumens - 3.5h
Level 3:120 lumens - 15h
Level 4:12 lumens - 130h
Level 5:0.5 lumens - 100 days
Flashlight (with stainless steel clip)
Customized 3500mAh 3.6V 18650 battery
Lanyard with Perforating Tool
4.2V 1000mAh Desktop Charging Dock
50cm Micro-USB Cable
SKYBEN Battery Case
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- Bright - check
- Compact - check
- Clip on the light side (so you can put it on your cap lip) - check
- Sturdy - check check
- Long lasting battery (never had one die on me yet) - check check check
It's just a joy to use and a reliable light when you need it.
By Josh Friesen on August 21, 2020
Update - the manufacturer's website says this model has been discontinued and I think I know why. The switch has become really troublesome. You have to press it several times to get it to work. In 20-20 hindsight I would recommend a switch in the tail cap. Also nothing to prevent it from rolling off a flat surface. Lessons learned.
Outdoor & non-thrower flashlight: I have an S1A, which I like for indoor use due to it's wider beam (about 25 degrees) and lower setting (5 lumen, and a lower moonlight than the S2R's and S30R's moonlight). The wider beam and 5 lumens is great for up close work (under tables, equipment racks). I also have a Nitecore MH20; the spot of about 10 degrees is too tight for up-close work, and the first non-moonlight level of 50 lumens can be too bright at times for evening walks, night walks in the dark (like a remote camping), or working near the reflectors of a logging gate. The S30R's low setting of 12 lumens with a spot of ~12.5 degrees is just about right for all round outdoor flashlight, and the second level of 120 lumens gives it just enough punch for additional light in a rural setting, or more light in an urban setting (as the ambient light is higher). I said it was a non-throwey light; if i needed a thrower, then I would carry a second light that is a dedicated thrower (which is a pretty common thing to do, I carry either an MH20GT or R40).
The UI / user interface is great. Like I mentioned, I am a big Olight fan, so there is no need to learn anything new. Instant access to moonlight and turbo is very much welcomed. I was looking at the Zebra light SC600, but you only have access to three levels at any one time. With the Olight, you always have access to all 5 levels, and they are spaced just about right. The Olight also has a 3-minute and a 9-minute timer... this actually gets more use that I would have expected.
Moonlight is great for when you need a small amount of light in the middle of the night, or if you need to read a map in a car at night. I've done travel at remote field camps (Iditarod trail & Antarctica) and at times you are sharing a sleeping area with multiple people. Having instant access to moon light is great; after using it in the evening and going to bed, if you need to use it at night, there is no need to cycle through all the levels. Just a long press does it... which is great as it is simple, and simple is important if you need to access it when you are half asleep.
It is a great "land-anywhere" light. Small enough to fit in your pocket, about the right level settings, and good usable beamwidth. I say it is outdoor oriented. It can be used indoors too, but because I have several lights in my collection, I prefer the S2R for up-close indoor use... that is just my preference. I would not use a thrower for indoor use, the beam is to way too tight.
Battery is an 18650, which I prefer over AAs for extended travel; others prefer AA... to each his/her own. I prefer the 18605, because when I adventure or vacation travel, I know that one charge will last me for the entire trip. (It is not uncommon to use your flashlight for 1-3 hours a night.) Others prefer to carry spare AAs, I prefer to charge it before I leave and not worry about it... again, to each his/her own.
The charging dock can also be used with the S2R. The S2Rs charging cable can be used with the S30R iii.
There are two things that I partially hold against the light, but not enough to give it four stars. First is the charging doc. While it is great for a home use, I'd prefer is Olight also provided a charging cable for travel. When I am on extended travel, I use the S2R's charging cable, it just packs smaller. Second is that their is no beacon mode. The Nitecore MH20 has a 3 second beacon that I use about once or twice a year to mark a location (when someone new is coming to my home, I will leave the beacon in the window so that my place is easily found, or when I am meeting people at a camp site, so that they can find the site easier at night).
By the bottom line on June 19, 2020
The build of these lights is solid. It feels substantial in hand without being heavy. The brightness is fantastic. I use the lowest or second-to-lowest setting most often, but the brightest setting is there if needed, and it's very bright.
For me, probably the best feature is the charging station. I love being able to drop the light on the magnetic station after use, knowing I've got a full battery tomorrow or the next time I need it.