Tactical Flashlight Sofirn SP31 960 Lumen LED Flashlight Torch Cree V6 LED Crazy Bright Bike Headlight Bicycle Light Compact EDC Pocket Torch Set, Waterproof IPX8 With 18650 Battery and USB Charger
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- Amazingly Crazy Bright: adopted latest Cree XP-L2 V6 LED Max output 960Lumen, and gets powerful throwing 200 meters / 218 yards
- Single 18650 Rechargeable Battery & USB charger come in Compact Package. The Tac flash light uses one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A Lithium batteries which powerful battery keeps the flashlight going awhile
- Bicycle Headlight or Bike Light: 4 outdoor light levels and Two hidden Strobes, while different click to get different Strobes. One is "6-12HZ Flash" as self defense light and the other is "Bike Blink" for cycling
- Tactical Tail-cap switch with Momentary-on Function; and silver side switch to change 4 lighting modes. Also tail-stand like a candle
- 130.8mm (5.14 in.) Length x 22.6mm（0.89 in）Diameter; 77.6-gram weight (2.74 oz.). Lightweight and portable pocket torch in everyday carry / EDC
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Like Sun lighting up the backyard at Night!!!
The flashlight remains in pocket size but focus on tactical usage. Cree V6 Led makes the beam powerful and wide to view the target clearly 200 meters away. To activate the high brightness in backyard, your pet thinks the sun is coming up at night! 130.8mm length and 77.6 gram makes the torch portable as a do-everything-go-anywhere light. Furthermore, tactical tail switch and side switch enable fast and simplified operation, works great in camping, cycling, hiking, night walking, emergency, law enforcement, car or bike.
Cree XPL2-V6 3D LED with a lifespan of 100,000 hours
Two kinds of Strobe：double click side switch to turn on “6/12HZ “Strobe, one click to return; press the side switch for 2 seconds to turn on “Bicycle Flash”, one click to return.
Waterproof IPX-8 rated, underwater 2 meter / 6.5 feet for 30 minutes
Reliable durable aluminum material with premium Type III hard-anodized
Orange Peel reflector and lens made of toughened glass with anti-reflective coating
Smart low-voltage indication, 2 blinks per second lower than 2.8 volt
Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
Working Voltage: 2.8-8.4V
CCT Range: 5350K-5700K
Level: Firefly | Low | Mid | High | Strobe
Lumens: 1 | 43 | 354 | 956 | 956
Runtime: 173h | 40:28h | 6h | 1:11h | 2:22h
Instant-on firefly mode and the highest setting will induce blindness, so please don't shine it to eyes.
A Tactical Flashlight Torch with clip
A 2800mAh 18650 battery and USB charger
Two Spare O Rings
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LED color is warm, not bluish, and the beam is well formed (but does not zoom, so it is not adjustable). This is the first multi-mode flashlight that I have used that handles mode switching gracefully. The power switch (end cap) is separate from the mode switch (side), so it has mode memory; that is, when you push the end switch, it lights with the same setting as when it was turned off. Flashlights that cycle through each mode with each power cycle drive me crazy — it's annoying to turn a flashlight on and get a strobe instead of a bright beam.
Special note: The 18650 battery that came with the light was defective. Sofirn customer support was very helpful and immediately shipped a replacement when notified of the problem. I have 3 other Sofirn 18650 batteries, and none has ever had a problem, so this seems like a one off problem, not a design fault.
The machining is nice, the side mode button is quality, the tail switch is firm but easy to click, the threads are squared off for durability, and the black anodized finish is excellent. The light is 5 inches long by 7/8 inch diameter.
The XPL2-V6 Cree emitter produces a very nice neutral white 5000k color. In contrast, 6500k emitter can emit a blueish white beam, whereas a 4000k, can be more on the yellow side. Natural sunlight at noon is roughly 5700k (kelvin). This SP-31 has a smooth reflector, not an OP (orange peel) like the specs say. As you can see from my pictures, it has a nice hot spot and nice spill. For a 1 inch tube light, it throws a beam well.
There are 4 flashlight modes. Moonlight (1 lumen), Low (40 lm), Medium (350 lm), and Turbo (roughly 1000 lm). Turn on the flashlight with the tail switch and click through the modes with the side switch. Simple.
This light also has "momentary", which is where you half press the tail switch (not fully click it), and the light will come on as long as you hold the switch.
It also has a strobe and bike flasher. Turn the light on with the tail switch, then double click the side button for strobe. Single click turns off the strobe and back to normal flashlight mode. To access the bike flasher, you hold down the side button for a second and a half. Single click returns to flashlight mode.
The SP-31 has memory. What ever mode you were in when you shut it off, is the mode it comes back on to when you turn it back on. It has a 3 minute gradual step-down from turbo to high. This prevents over heating. After it steps down, you can click the button back to turbo for another 3 minutes if you wish. I ran it on turbo mode for about 10 minutes. While the flashlight got pretty warm, it wasn't too hot to touch.
The battery and charger... I have to admit, I'm not super fond of these for a few reasons. The charger gets pretty warm which makes me nervous, and the battery is just ok at around 2100mAh capacity. The charger only charges to 4.13v instead of 4.2v, and the battery has a fairly high resistance which I tested on another charging system. A high resistance battery is going to heat up while charging. Also, I don't know if this charger truly terminates the charge, which can kill a battery if left on the charger over time. Many cheap chargers don't terminate the charge properly, and you don't want to "trickle" charge lithium ion batteries. That said, I haven't had any problems with either, and will keep both as back ups. I would recommend buying Samsung, LG, Sony, or Panasonic/Sanyo 18650 batteries. All four make high capacity batteries. Stay away from the Ultrafire, and cheap off brand batteries. Would also recommend getting a Nitecore, Xtar, Opus, or Liitokala charger. These quality chargers can also charge Ni-MH rechargeable AA and AAA batteries properly.
There is low voltage protection of sorts, more like LV warnings. So if you run non-protected batteries, make sure you don't run them down too low. I ran a cell down to 2.7v and the light did get noticeably dimmer, but it did not shut off. When the voltage gets to around 3v, it will flash letting you know the cell needs charging, but one click of the button, and it stops the flashing and continues normally. When the battery gets to 2.8v it will flash then shut off. But, you can still click the button and turn it back on. There is plenty of low voltage warning, and I guess it's a good thing to allow you to ignore the warnings in an emergency situation when you absolutely need light. Better to kill a battery, than jeopardize your situation.
I'm giving this light 5 stars since the flashlight is worth the money by itself, and I see the charger and battery as extras that I won't be using anyway.
I'll try to answer any questions in the comments section. Cheers!
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