|Item Weight||5.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.1 x 1.1 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||502B|
|Pattern||1 PACK Flashlight|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
UltraFire WF502B Flashlight CREE XM-L T6 LED 3 Output Run on 18650 3.7v Battery (NOT Included)
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- CREE XML T6 with 900+ Lumen output with Integrated Belt Clip
- 3 Modes: High, Low and Strobe
- Aluminum alloy casing with o-rings for water resistant design.as compared to 501B it has a belt clip
- Can be mounted on tactical rail with 1" ring mount
- Rugged, anodized, CREE LED designed to last 100,000 hours
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|Are Batteries Required||No||No||No||No||Yes||No|
|Item Dimensions||1.1 x 5.12 x 1.1 in||1.6 x 6.1 x 1.6 in||1.3 x 4.92 x 1.3 in||1.57 x 5.31 x 1.57 in||1.02 x 3.7 x 1.02 in||—|
|Item Weight||5.43 ounces||—||3.2 ounces||1.6 ounces||0.32 ounces||65 lbs|
|Light Source Type||led||led||led||LED||LED||led|
Aluminum alloy casing;
Model of flashlight: WF502B;
Model of bulb: CREE XML T6 led
Only runs on one 18650 3.7v battery (NOT included)
Size (mm) : 132( length ) x32( head diameter ) x 24( body diameter )
Package Includes: 1x 502B flashlight (battery need to be purchased separately)
45 days Money back if you are not satisfied with the product. Please contact seller if you have any questions.
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This is not a 3-mode, 900 lumen light. This is a 510 lumen, 5-mode light. After noting that I recieved a 5-mode light when I was expecting a 3-mode light, and although it was brighter than my 280 lumen 4Sevens light, it was nowhere near 900 lumens...I did some digging.
In the reviews, many noted the 5 modes, but made no mention that it was supposed to be 3. Several people correctly noted that it seemed to be 500 lumens. So I went to the Dealextreme website and browsed the Ultrafire models. There is no model that matches the descripton. But I DID find one that matched what I recieved from Amazon, even the price point:
Google "Dealextreme". When you find the site, the listing that matches what you recieve here is: "UltraFire WF-502B XM-LT6 5-Mode 510-Lumen Memory White LED Flashlight with Clip (1*18650)"
THIS is what you get. You WILL NOT get a 900-lumen light with 3 modes for $16. It is likely, Amazon is not aware and this is the fault of the source. I plan to contact Amazon next to make them aware.
THAT BEING SAID....A 500 lumen Ultrafire for $16 is not something to pass on. It's still a good light. And unlike many of the Fenix and 4Sevens lights I own, the strobe isn't too fast...its just the right frequency to REALLY screw somebody up who has ill-intent in the dark.
Just so you know what you are getting.....If it were labeled correctly, I would rate it five stars. But since it is not, I am giving it 2 stars.
It feels well built and very solid. There are no fitment issues with the Orbtronic and Fenix 18650s I've put in there. The rubber o-ring seals nicely - nice enough for a rolled up paper towel to stay dry with the tail submerged. I haven't tested the bulb but I saw no need to go there yet. The pocket clip is very stiff and sturdy.
As far as function, I compared this to a Streamlight Polytac flashlight (which does not fit rechargable cells) and they are quite comparable, even with the Streamlight costing about 3 times as much at the prices I paid (11 vs 35). The size of the center spots are similar, the spread of the beams are similar. The color of the Ultrafire is a little cooler. The overall output (lumens and lux both) seem to be better with the Streamlight.
3 stars would mean it met my expectations. 4 stars means it exceeded them. If in a year I'm still as happy with this light as I am now, that would be more than I would ask of an $11 light and I will definitely upgrade it to 5 stars.
3/18 Update: There is one thing that annoys me slightly about this light - the momentary press is very finnicky. The difference between a momentary and a full press is not very much. Sometimes I find myself trying to do a momentary press and actually getting a full click. Ok, not a huge deal in and of itself, but the more annoying part is that every press of the light, momentary or full, advances the light mode. There are 3 power modes and 2 strobe modes. Every time your turn the light on you advance the mode. Every time you do a momentary press, you advance the mode. This can get tricky sometimes. This nearly makes me want to downgrade to a 3-star, but I'm still pretty happy with it.
I bought this light as a 1000 lumen product, but somehow is about half as bright as my Maglite 310 lumen. After about 30 minutes with Ultrafire batteries, it starts to fade quicker than my Maglite with standard Duracells.
Plan to spend an additional $20 on a battery setup which aren't readily available retail.
Mine did not come with the light pouch as advertised. So I bought a separate "Ultrafire Nylon Camouflaged Flashlight Holster Case Cover Small" pouch that was microscopic and didn't fit the light.
Lastly, the clip is crap. Its made of cheap metal that breaks off instead of the usual spring steel that goes back to it's original shape. If it came with the pouch, it wouldn't matter but the clip would have been handy for keeping it accessible in the pocket.
Overall investment is about $38. All in all, AVOID ULTRAFIRE unless it's a gift for someone you don't like.
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Super bright, no doubt about that.
But develops bad connections pretty quickly and you have to start shaking it and bumping it to get it to stay on.Read more