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UltraFire CREE XML T6 LED Flashlight 5 Mode Zoomable Torch (Flashlight ONLY)

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Brand Name: UltraFire

Flashlight

1)100% Brand New CREE XM-L T6 LED Adjustable Focus Torch
2) Made of high quality 6061T aluminum alloy, this flashlight is sturdy and durable enough for long time daily using
3) Lamp base: CREE, high power LED. With a lifespan of up to 100,000 hours or more, no need to consider replacing the cap for the whole life.
4 )Waterproof, but don't put it into water long time
5) Crenellated strike bezel for enhanced self-defense
6) 5 Mode: High / Medium/ Low / Strobe/ SOS
7) Bulb: CREE XM-L T6 LED Super Bright??blinding Effect??(
8) Max output: 1600 lumens
9) Power by: 1x 18650 3.6v/3.7v OR 3X AAA battery(Battery not included)
10) Size(mm):155 x 40(bezel)/25(body)
11) Net Weight (g): 180g
12) Color: Black.

Package:
1 x A100 Zoomable Flashlight(5 mode)

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Technical Details

Part Number A100-T6
Item Weight 5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 5.9 x 1.9 x 1.5 inches
Item model number WT-01
Size Medium
Color black
Material aluminium
Pattern Flashlight Only
Power Source Battery-Powered
Item Package Quantity 1
Type of Bulb CREE
Special Features light
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

Additional Information

ASIN B008MROLX0
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4.0 out of 5 stars 1,898 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #24,317 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#558 in Home Improvement > Hardware > Flashlights > Handheld Flashlights
#3,859 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available February 8, 2012

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Like many others, I also noticed that the description states this flashlight is 1600 lumens. But that clearly is a mistake. There is no way an $8.00 flashlight is going to be 1600 lumens.

Many have pointed out this discrepancy as far back as two years ago, but the reference to 1600 lumens persists and still has not been corrected. This fact alone is why so many people have trashed the product; and to a degree I don't blame them.

But I'm going on the assumption that this listing error is due to the fact that this is a generic listing with no manufacturer listed and thus no one has a vested interest in the accuracy of the listing. Perhaps Amazon should be contacted about it. I would do it but I don't know what the correct specification is.

So, I'm going to rate the product on value and performance. The listing discrepancy aside, I think this is a great value. I don't know what the specification is, but this flashlight is VERY bright. I would never have expected this from an $8 flashlight. I bought the very inexpensive mini cree UltraFire 7w 300lm Mini Cree Led Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp and also the Lighting Ever LE Adjustable Focus Mini CREE LED Flashlight Torch, Super Bright, Batteries Included, Zoomable LED Flashlights and this ULTRA Fire Cree model was by far the best of these under $10 flashlights.

I would buy another in a heartbeat. Despite the inaccurate listing, this flashlight is a good value and much better than the more expensive "Lighting Ever".
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I am so disappointed in this flashlight. I been checking the tracking not stop anticipating its arrival. Well its here! All I can say is I'm so disappointed by its performance. My led 139 lumen maglight from Walmart does a slightly better job than this "1600 lumen" flashlight. Technically it should have been at least 10 times brighter. Right?

DONT buy this misleadingly advertised flashlight.
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I returned this after finding out it was so far from 1600 lumens that it was basically fraud to say it was 1600 lumens. It was not worth the cheap cost to have to use a 18650 battery. In comparison, the Fenix TK41 rates at 800 lumens. You would think this was twice as bright, but you'd be wrong. This isn't even half as bright. I'm not recommending the TK41 because of switch reliability problems, but that thing is REALLY bright, and I doubt Fenix would list their lumens as lower than they really are, so I think their brightness numbers are reliable. And yes, I know I should just send the TK41 in to get fixed.

That said, the blatant lie about the lumens here makes me unlikely to even try another flashlight from NowAdvisor. You just can't trust the label.
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Disappointing. Very dim light. That one customer image makes it look like its the bat signal on the side of that building, just a long exposure i think. The driver in mine was faulty too, the mode would change every time you turned it off and then on, even if you waited an hour.
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So i was way excited when the package arrived. I read the reviews but refused to believe that it was that dim... It's that dim. the headlight om my Trek is a 2 watt and it blows this so called 1600 lumens away! DO NOT BUY THIS LIGHT!
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Did some research on the CREE XM-L T6 LED and found out it is not capable of 1600 lumens from one LED (which this flashlight has). Here is a quote from the CREE website under XM-L LEDs.

"XLamp XM-L LEDs offer the unique combination of very high efficacy at very high drive currents, delivering 1000 lumens with 100 lumens-per-watt efficacy at 3 A in a compact, 5-mm x 5-mm footprint."

Even if this flashlight was putting out 10 watts, the maximum lumens would be 1000. If you look at the description for this flashlight it clearly says 8W, so the maximum lumens this flashlight can produce is 800.

800 lumens isn't bad but this is still false advertising.

The CREE XM-L LED data sheet can be found here -> [...]
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These flashlights are great when you get a REAL Ultrafire with a REAL CREE LED. I have ordered several (all from different sellers, both in and out of the U.S., and have only received ONE real Ultrafire.) If the build quality is bad and it looks chincy in the least, it is most likely a fake. Another way to tell is if you can remove the copper colored cover plate from the LED (simply by unscrewing it. Often times you can use a paperclip if it's loose. You will see two holes in the cover plate.) Then you can see the actual brand-name of the LED. A few of mine have had an LED from a company called Lattice Bright (see my pics attached) NOT CREE (like falsely advertised). You can Google Lattice Bright and look up the actual LED lumens and it will show you that it's lumens is somewhere between 200 and 300. It is also a bluish color light.

You can also see mine was a fake flashlight because the flashlight I bought has the word 'zoom' printed upside down as compared to the Ultrafire logo on the flashlight (see picture). Any good company designing real lights would not overlook this.

I gave this listing one star because the seller should know better, not because I dislike Ultrafire. Thankfully Amazon has an excellent return policy. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND purchasing from Amazon only! You will also find that there are several, and I mean quite a few, fake Ultrafire websites! www.ultrafire.com looks the most legitimate one but try to call the number on the website. It is disconnected! eBay is another scary place to buy these as sellers often make it difficult for you to return the item and often will make you pay shipping.

Unfortunately, the only way to ensure you will get a real Ultrafire is to order several from Amazon and return the fakes.
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