|Item Weight||2.24 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.7 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||690547008616|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||300 lm|
UltraFire 7w 300lm Mini Cree Led Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp
|Price:||$5.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- 7W 300LM Mini CREE LED Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp ( Head of the flashlight can be pulled out to focus the beam)
- Super mini size, bright, blinding effect
- Skid-proof design & waterproof design.
- Output bright can come to 300 lumens (MAX). This mini flashlight can use AA size Alkaline, NiMH, and lithium 14500 batteries.
- Output bright 300 lumens (MAX);
- Power : 1 * AA/1 * 14500 3.6v Battery (no included)
- Skid-proof design & waterproof design LED bulbs, producing super bright light Perfect for hunting, cycling, climbing, camping and outdoor activity etc.
- updated Version UltraFire mini Flashlight With UltraFire Packaging from June 25, 2015
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About Ultrafire Ultrafire is a certified brand manufacture that produce Ultrafire series general use flashlight .All products are marked with Ultrafire Features: Super mini size, bright, blinding effect. Skid-proof design & waterproof design. Output bright can come to 300 lumens (MAX). Adjustable focus range for different usage, stretching to adjust its focus. Need to pull the head of the flashlight and it extends to adjust the zoom. Clip for convenience carry. Working voltage is wide and can utilize the batteries in the largest extent. Suitable for hunting, cycling, climbing, camping and outdoor activity etc. LED Specification - LED Type: CREE Q5 LED. - Luminous Flux: 300 Lumen(maximum). - LED Life: 100,000 hours. Switch: Tail-cap press ON/OFF Material and Construction: - With high quality durable Aluminum alloy casing and reflector. - Waterproof design. - With a strong solid constructions. - With body clip, for a easy carry. Support adjust the focus, with zoom in and zoom out. Power Source: 1 x AA Battery (Not included). Dimension: - Length: 93mm. - Diameter: 25.5mm. Net weight: 60g. Clock: Black. Package included: Package content: 1 x UltraFire Mini 300 Lumens CREE Q5 LED Zoomable Flashlight Torch.
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Features: Super mini size, bright, blinding effect. Skid-proof design & waterproof design. Output bright can come to 300 lumens (MAX). Adjustable focus range for different usage, stretching to adjust its focus. Clip for convenience carry. Need to pull the head of the flashlight and it extends to adjust the zoom. Working voltage is wide and can utilize the batteries in the largest extent. Suitable for hunting, cycling, climbing, camping and outdoor activity etc. Specifications: Colour: Black Lumens: 300LM Reflector: Convex Lens Material: Aluminum alloy Model of LED: CREE Q5 LED Switch: Tail-cap press ON/OFF Battery: 1 * AA / 1 * 14500 3.6v Battery (no included ) ** Battery Buy Link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008U811OS Size: 9.4*2.6*2.6cm Weight: 65g Package included: 1 * Led FlashlightSee all Product description
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Seller names with a * next to them are ones I got a conclusive e-mail response from.
Dealextreme4u* - (Ultrafire)
Suyuca* - (can't tail stand)
Blue Top* - (Ultrafire)
new goldengulf* - (no voltage regulator)
Uhope* - (clones)
Eforyou Inc 8888*
REPORTEDLY Unreliable (product switching):
You might prefer a US based seller (may only cost 50¢ more), so that you get the product in a week instead of a month, and fast returns if there are problems. Be sure to take a good look at seller ratings before buying, and post negative seller feedback if you are treated badly... Some of the cheapest sellers have only 50-60% positive rating, while it is normal to see 90% positive.
1-MODE VS. 3-MODE:
The cheapest sellers are typically offering the 1-mode light, so expect to pay a bit more for a 3-mode. You should also realize that 3-mode isn't always a good thing... Several reviewers have complained that they don't like the extra complexity and confusing (memory) behavior, so consider your needs carefully. As bright as this is, I insist on 3-mode so I can dim the light (about 40 lumens), and get several times longer battery life. The combination of high/low and flood/spot very effectively covers the full range of flashlight usage scenarios. I do wish LOW was the first mode in the cycle... you can't un-blind yourself after the fact. And I'd like an even-lower brightness mode, ~5 lumens.
It is a waste to buy 14500 Li-Ion batteries... Most of them cost ~$4/each, and have just 10% more power (Volt*Amp/Hours) than a $2/each LSD NiMH rechargeable, which withstands much more use and abuse (and Li-Ions are notorious for vastly exaggerated specs). Contrary to some other reviews here, I've seen absolutely NO difference in light output whether my lights are driven by 1.5V or 3.6V, so the regulator is doing a superb job. Although a hot-off-the-charger Li-Ion battery, briefly at ~4.2 volts might over-drive the LED for a small increase. If weight was critical, I would prefer disposable Lithium AAs to Li-Ions. Also, a single AA is much cheaper, smaller, and more convenient than 3xAAAs, yet both provide nearly the same amount of power. In a pinch, this flashlight even runs reliably on a single AAA battery without modification. So this unit is superior to most other (18650) small flashlights.
On a single Tenergy Centura LSD AA NiMH Battery, I get 1.5 hours of run-time on HIGH before the light dims. I expect "strobe" mode to get double that. LOW mode lasts about 4.5 hours before the voltage presumably drops too low and the regulator suddenly shuts-off the light entirely. I measured a current of approx 1.7A@1.3V on HIGH, and 0.5A@1.3V on LOW. With a 13¢ "Super Heavy Duty" AA battery, I got about half the run-time, which is decent and useful in emergencies (but starts to dim sooner than NiMH). With a battery extension tube converting this to 2xAAs, on HIGH I get 4 hours of run-time, a 33% improvement.
Most 3-mode sellers are offering cheap clones of the 150 lumen Ultrafire SK68, which is itself a very similar clone of the 120 lumen Sipik SK68 which a few people have also received. You may be interested to know that the Sipik was itself originally a MUCH cheaper clone (using a different battery) of the old 220 lumen Nitecore Extreme
The wide array of blank/unbranded SK68 clones sold here can be different than their Ultrafire cousins... A few have a different thread diameter and the button protruding from the tail-cap so they *can't tail-stand*. Meanwhile it seems most lack proper voltage regulation ("buck"), so they're 2.5X as bright with a Li-Ion battery, or 2X as bright with 2xAAs using an extension tube, and may burn out the LED quickly on the higher voltage. The design and build quality of the clones is never quite as good as the Ultrafires, but they're decent lights, and typically still well-worth the price. I'd stick with Ultrafire branded lights for any critically important usage, like camping/hiking, myself.
This is nearly the PERFECT small flashlight. I always carry one in my back pocket, next to my wallet... I rarely notice it and I've always got a great flashlight with me when I need it. With an extension tube, it can fill the role of a MEDIUM sized flashlight as well. With the belt-clip turned backwards, it can clip on a hat for a hands-free headlamp. The high/low modes and flood/spot zoom lens means you get the exact lighting you want for nearly any purpose. And it makes a great lantern/whole-room light if you unscrew and remove the lens entirely (equivalent to a 15W bulb). Ultrafire rates this "SK68" light as 150 lumens, not 300lm as listed here, and it's pretty evenly matched with my 190 lumen Dorcy CyberLight. I just wish I could find a large 2xD flashlight with all these same features, other than the discontinued Small Sun ZY-A601.
- The belt clip should be turned the other way around (or just drill a second set of screw holes near the head, so customers can choose). That would allow clipping to a hat or similar for hands-free headlamp use (without needing an extension tube). It would allow quick mounting under a car hood as a work-light, and more.
- An even lower ~5 lumen brightness mode would be great for preserving night-vision, up-close work, or indoor use, and would allow a single AA to run your light non-stop for 48 hours. I've resorted to also carrying around those $2 1xAA "3W Police" LED lights as well.
- Lowest mode first when turning-on the flashlight would be best, then cycle through higher modes as needed. Alternatively, a memory or a switch to set (and keep) the preferred initial mode might make everyone happy.
- An inexpensive pack of colored lenses seems like a common request. I believe most people want: Red, Amber, Green, Blue.
- Sold together with an extension tube would be a great option, like the Ultrafire C3 usually is. There's a big market for 2xAA mini-maglites, so I'm not the only one who would like the option of that larger form-factor.
This flashlight makes a great bicycle light, either front or rear (with addition of a red lens). Bright, durable, good battery life, and high/low. It fits quite nicely into this inexpensive and highly adjustable bicycle mount:
* Bicycle Bike Flashlight LED Torch Mount Holder 360° rotation Cycling Clip Clamp
For longer battery life and/or more brightness, you can find extension tubes for (most of) these lights here on Amazon thanks to their compatibility with "3W Police" lights:
* 3W White LED 2 AA Handy Camping Flashlight Torch
* 3W White LED 2 AA Handy Camping Night Light Bulb Flashlight Torch for Camping Cycling Outdors
And for convenient, hands-free use (with or without an extension tube), these lights can be attached to inexpensive headbands, for conversion into powerful and flexible headlights:
* Headband for Turbo or Rescue (NOTE: Requires some plastic-cutting modifications for SK68s)
* Klarus Headband for P Series, ST, NT Series and Tactical EDC Series Flashlights, Tan HEADBAND
* Souked SKILHUNT HB1 Adjustable Detachable Flashlight Headband
* Kingneonlux flashlight headband for 22-30mm flashlight.black version
* Nitecore HB02 Gen 2 Headband Multi-Flashlight Headlamp High Quality Strap System, Blue/Yellow
If you have any information to add, particularly if you believe my list is inaccurate, feel free to leave a comment below. I can update it with new information as it becomes available.
I would also like to know if Happy Electronics, Lucky Electronics, BBQbuy and BestDeal777 are all the same company. They all were involved in some way in the 3 orders when I thought I was dealing with one company.
The product switching is clearly deceptive marketing and unethical, as well as unfair to other vendors. I won't be buying anything shipping directly from China. Amazon credibility and good name also suffers from such practicesl.
Now, you would believe that since it was from the same vendor our flashlights would be identical, but that is not so. Both are single mode type and somehow look identical but upon closer inspection you can see the difference in construction and quality (see pics).
My friends flashlight has a brand label SIPIK SK68-3W 1AA on one side, the color is an opaque black, the ridges on the end cap are very well defined. The on/off switched is rounded and there is a cone shaped aluminum reflector under the lens (wish I could find a way to open the lens so I could clean the reflector though).
The difference in mine is that there is no brand label on either side, the color is a shiny black, the ridges on the endcap seem worn off. The on/off switch is angled and there is no cone shaped reflector just a tube leading to the lens. Even the LEDs look different.
Yes they both emit a powerful beam, but you can still notice that one is brighter and more defined than the other. All this
makes me feel that my friend received an original flashlight and that I was sent an imitation after the original order was
Anyway, for the price it's not worth going through the hassle of returning it. Still looks and feels like a good lamp, better than other bargain lamps I see advertised locally. Guess I just should have ordered from a US distributor.
Will update if anything on my flashlight (or my fiends) changes.
Please see pics included.
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It looks good but it’s junk.