Olight S15 Baton XM-L 280 Lumens LED single AA Flashlight EDC with 4 X EdisonBright AA alkaline Batteries
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- Max output of 280 lumens using CREE XM-L2 LED
- Bundle includes 4 X EdisonBright AA Alkaline batteries
- High efficient drive circuit, compatible with any rechargeable and non-rechargeable AA battery; The run time is up to 15 days under moonlight mode.
- with detachable strong magnet inside the tail, the flashlight can be attached vertically to any iron objects.
- Special designed smooth reflector and 99% luminousness lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides make longer beam distance.
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S15 BATON (S15 for short), specially designed for AA battery (D: 14mm, L: 50mm), is a portable LED tactical flashlight with side switch. As a masterpiece of Olight S series after S10 and S20, S15 is assembled with latest CREE XM-L2 LED, and inherits exquisite appearance and easy operation from its predecessors. Improved structural design and well-chosen circuit can make S15 more suitable for everyday use.
a) Aviation grade aluminum body, with anti-scratch type III hard anodizing. b) Stainless steel head ring can bear higher impaction.
c) Side switch with blue button cap, soft and comfortable to press.
d) Special designed smooth reflector and 99% luminousness lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides make longer beam distance.
f) Assembled with latest CREE XM-L2 LED, and maximum output up to 280 lumens (tested by using 14500 rechargeable lithium battery).
g) Four adjustable brightness level: moonlight-low-middle-high and strobe; automatic memory function can memorize the brightness level while off (excluding strobe).
h) With flashlight off, pressing side switch to directly activate high mode or moonlight mode. i) With a long-arm convertible pocket clip for easy access.
j) There is a lanyard hole in the tail which can pass through fabric strap with diameter of 2mm.
l) Flat bottom allows stable tail standing. m) extremely low standby current: 0.5uA while using 1.5V battery; 1.2uA while using 4.2V battery.
n) Battery reverse polarity function guards against improper battery installation. o) Lock-out function; p) Waterproof: IPX8
Olight S15 baton single AA battery powered Flashlight
4X EdisonBright Alkaline AA batteries
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As I mentioned, I have a love / hate relationship with this light. I gave the S15 3 stars because there is more to love than there is to hate. Let's start with the good news first:
Brightness modes: I frequently work nights and live in an area where there are no streetlamps (The sensor light on my front porch is useless also) so I use my EDC light almost on a daily basis. That said, I absolutely LOATHE flashlights with modes to fumble through. I want to push the button and have the light turn on or off. End of story. I had been skeptical about the modes but after use found that the brightness level memory to be effective. Push the button and it comes on at the last brightness setting used until I hold the switch down to change the setting. I can work with that.
Pocket clip: The pocket clip is removable but not reversible, although I have not found reason to reverse it. The clip is sturdy, allows the S15 to carry deep in pocket and provides positive retention. Most valuable is that I can clip the S15 to my hat and use it hands free as I carry an unreasonable quantity of grocery bags to the front door. The clip also prevents the light from rolling off a sloped surface.
Shape, size, form-factor: The S15 is not invasive in pocket even with the battery extender. I tend to carry a small wallet (Maxpedition Gear Micro Wallet) smartphone and chapstick in the same pocket with no problem. The fact that I haven't lost this light yet should speak well to that. It seldom snags on things and it maintains its finish very well, if that's important to you.
Flat / magnetic tail cap: This feature has been handy on more than one occasion although the added weight of a second battery diminishes the magnets' ability to hold on an angled surface. Forget about vertical surfaces with a second battery. When used with one battery, it will hold well to a ferrous surface at any angle.
Battery use: I don't have much to say there. I'm sure some other reviewer can give you all the electrocity yada-yada your looking for. What I can say is that I use it frequently (one cell) and haven't experienced diminished performance across all brightness modes. I always take a "better safe than sorry" approach and change out my batteries when I expect to be away from a charger or battery source.
Moonlight mode: LOVE IT! Just enough light to find the right key without messing up the night adapted vision. I typically use the low setting (which is brighter than moonlight), but moonlight is sufficient for many tasks to spare the batteries. This mode is a little low if you haven't already adapted to the dark, such as when I turn off the truck headlights.
On to the hate: The switch is garbage. I have no brilliant suggestions to fix it. I just know I hate it. The switch is so bad that it negates what I wrote earlier about the brightness modes and the on / off function assuming its carried in trouser pocket. I purchased this light aware of other reviewers' comments regarding the S15 turning on in pocket, but I didn't appreciate how bad it was. I am always careful to use the lockout function but find that the S15 still turns on and sometimes scrolls up to the high mode while in my pocket. Keep in mind that moonlight mode is the default setting after the lockout is turned off (which again negates the mode memory). I guess it speaks well to the battery consumption, but several times it's been on high long enough without my knowledge to be quite warm to the touch.
It's unfortunate that the sole interface between you and illuminating your dark surroundings has to be locked out in the first place, especially since said lockout fails. Otherwise this would have been a 5-star tool. I still find use for this light but I would recommend that you do more research and consider your intended use.
"Dude. Why is your pocket glowing?"
This Olight S15 hit the sweet spot for me. I was impressed by the option to have a small pocketsize flashlight that only uses one AA battery or option to expand it to make it longer and use two AA batteries for longer life span.
- This thing is bright 280 lumens at max setting. Has 3 brightness settings. Also has a nice focus beam but also wide enough to have a good peripheral view around the hotspot.
- Belt clip is sturdy and if you don't have the extension battery on there, you can actually clip it on the front end of your cap so it acts like a head lamp. Pretty cool!
- Magnetic base - very useful in case you are working in the dark and need both hands, you can have it attach to any metal surface in any direction upside down, side ways, or up right. It works best with one battery vs. the extended two battery mode due to weight issues...but still a plus in my book.
- Glow in the dark ring around bulb/reflector face - so in case you turn your flashlight off and drop it...you can see the glow in the dark ring to find the flashlight. This was helpful for me in camping...when I was in my tent...I turned it off in the dark and set it aside while I grabbed some other gear...and turned around to look for my light again...and it was very dark...but due to the glow in the dark ring, I spotted it and grabbed it with no issues. Didn't have to fumble around trying to find it. Very helpful.
- Affordable price point for a very good flashlight.
The only con (tiny issue) I have with this is the power button. If you have the flashlight in your pocket or your backpack/bag, it could accidentally turn on since the button is easy to push down on. There is a 'lock out' feature that when engaged, it helps avoid accidental power on....but you need to always remember to engage the 'lock out' feature when you are not using it. (to engage the lock-out feature, you need to hold down the power button for around 3-4 seconds. To disengage, hold the button down again for 3-4 seconds...and when you do that...the next click will turn on the flashlight...BUT in the lowest brightness setting (moonlight setting).
This is a bit of a hassle...but the pros outweigh the 1 con here.
I bought two of these bad boys and thinking of buying a few more to stash around the house in case of emergency.
Definitely recommend for anyone looking for a good all around compact flashlight