|Part Number||MINI TN30 XPL CW|
|Item Weight||1.41 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||7 x 3.7 x 3.7 inches|
|Color||MINI TN30 XPL CW|
|Pattern||MINI TN30 XPL CW|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
ThruNite MINI TN30 3660 Lumens Triple Cree XP-L V6 LEDs Torch Sustainable Turbo Mode Best Choice of 3000 Lumen Flashlight! (MINI TN30 XPL CW)
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- Portable compact flooder with high-quality beam from orange peel reflector.
- The brightest LED flashlight with three Cree XP-L V6 LEDs driven by four 18650 batteries.
- Advanced electronic metal switch with low voltage indication for silent operation
- ThruNite ITC (Intelligent Temperature Control) technology to prevent possible light damage from operation
- Aircraft grade aluminum body structure with knurling for firm grip
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• LED: Three CREE XP-L V6 LEDs with a lifespan of 20+ years of run time.
• Six output mode: firefly, low, medium, high turbo and strobe.
• Battery: 4 x 18650 (ThruNite 18650 3400mAh)
• Working Voltage: 10.5 - 17 V
• Working Temperature: -20?-40?
• Peak Beam Intensity: 2600cd
• Max beam distance: 320m
• Waterproof to IPX-8 standard (2 meters)
• Weight: 403g (without batteries)
• Output mode/Runtime*:
Strobe (3660 lumens/234 minutes),
Turbo (3660 lumens /120 minutes),
High (2060 lumens / 190 minutes),
Medium (470 lumens / 15 hrs),
Low (46 lumens / 123 hrs),
Moonlight (0.5 lumens/98 days)
• Accessories: Holster x1 Spare O ring x2 Spare Switch Cap x1 Battery Carrier x1 (inside the flashlight)
• Turn on /off
Press the side switch to turn the light on/off.
• Change modes
When the light is on, long press the side switch to cycle through low, medium and high.
Shortcut to firefly: When the light is off, long press the side switch to get firefly mode.
Double click to turn to turbo from any mode. Another double click to get strobe.
• Memory function
The light will turn on in the last mode accessed, except for firefly and strobe.
• ITC Technology:
The light will automatically lower the current when temperature in LED or driver rises to 80 degrees centigrade to protect the flashlight from overheating, thus extending its lifespan.
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Note: I bought this light at full price and was not compensated/given a discount in exchange for this review. Just an honest review of mine!
I received a replacement TN36 2017 NW and it too has a donut hole. I thought this one also had the inconsistent infinity settings, but after having this for awhile I've come to find that the button is extremely sensitive and is the cause of the inconsistency. The button has a noticeable tactile feel when it's clicked on and off, but the problem is that if you don't put enough pressure the button will disengage while still in the "on" position. So I no longer hate this light, but I still dislike it for the very noticeable donut hole.
I love all my Thrunite lights except this one, the TN36 2017 NW. I'm not sure if I have dud, but there's a very noticeable dark spot in the center beam, aka a donut hole. I attached a pic. I've read as many reviews and seen as many videos as I could, and no one talks about this, so I assume it's a unique defect. But I sent the pic to Thrunite, and they actually said it's a feature and to be expected. I think if that were true, there would be a lot more complaints about it from others.
Another problem with the TN36 2017 NW that I received is that the infinity low/high feature is very inconsistent. Here are some examples: go into firefly, hold to ramp up from low to high, and it'll randomly jump into high or it'll stop prematurely and go back down to low. Or starting from high and ramping down to low, it'll randomly go into firefly mode. Or it'll just stop ramping up/down, and I'll have to let go and press the button again to get it going.
For these two issues, I hate THIS light. My plan is to return this light and order a replacement, and see how that one goes. If I have the same issues with that same light, then I may write- off Thrunite altogether and start looking elsewhere for my high power lights.
It is definitely a hefty light, but it can fit in a jacket pocket. Thrunite has another model that is the same size, the TN36 and TN36 UT, which are both significantly bright (the UT is over 7000 lumens, I believe), but they produce a LOT more heat, which also means that they throttle the brightness more drastically and quickly, and they are significantly more expensive, and the mini TN30 actually out-throws the TN36, though the sheer amount of light produced by the TN36UT can out-throw the mini TN30 since it has over twice as many lumens.
This is more of a floody light, though it is not a pure flood light. It still reaches out more than far enough for my uses (I can see very well with this light out to about 50 yards or so, and at that distance, you can see a LOT at that range, not just a small spotlight).
So, if you can figure a way to handle the size of the light and heft, it is a great light. If you want a smaller light, look in to the Thrunite TN4A (and the TN4A Hi). Though only producing 1050-1150 lumens, it is single emitter, and uses four AA cells, which are cheaper and you are more likely to already have LSD NiMH cells (like Eneloop).
For this light, I also bought high draw protected 18650 cells, the orbtronic 3400 mah cells, which added another $60 to the cost of the light. There are a lot of other 18650 cells out there, just make sure they are a quality cell that can handle high draw applications.