Ultrafire® Cree 7W 300LM Mini LED One Mode Flashlight
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- 100% brand new Mini 400 Lumens CREE Q5 LED Zoomable Flashlight.
- Adopting CREE Q5 LED, the output flux can achieve up to be 400 lumen,With 100,000 long life LED.
- With waterproof design, With a mini palm size and steel body clip. convenient to carry.
- Uses high quality aluminum alloy, with a very solid construction.
- A perfect item for hiking and other outdoor sports, focus adjustable, support Zoom in and zoom out.
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|Are Batteries Required||No||Yes||Yes||No||Yes||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||1.57 x 5.31 x 1.57 in||1.02 x 3.7 x 1.02 in||1.02 x 3.7 x 1.02 in||1.02 x 3.7 x 1.02 in||1.18 x 3.74 x 1.18 in||1.34 x 4.29 x 1.34 in|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces||0.32 ounces||—||2.24 ounces||2.29 ounces||3.4 ounces|
|Light Source Type||LED||LED||LED||led||led||LED|
- LED Type: CREE Q5 LED.
- Luminous Flux: 400 Lumen(maximum).
- LED Life: 100,000 hours.
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).
- Length: 93mm.
- Diameter: 25.5mm.
Net weight: 60g.
1 x Mini 400 Lumens CREE Q5 LED Zoomable Flashlight Torch.
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The "Q5" LED in these lights is a Cree XR-E Q5, a 2006 model rated by the manufacturer at a maximum output of 251 lumens at 4 watts. With a AA battery, you can get up to about 3.5 watts at most. And some of the output will be absorbed before the light leaves the aluminum body of the torch. So, you can expect something in the range of 150 to 240 lumens. To get 400 lumens as promised, the light would need a Cree XP-G or XM-L emitter (~500 and ~1000 lumens, respectively), but it has an old XR-E instead.
With a 14500 Li-Ion battery, you can drive the emitter at up to 7.5 watts. It may even be able to reach 300 lumens at that power. However, this is way beyond the maximum rated power level of 4W, and is likely to burn the light out far sooner than normal.
The exact product you get seems to depend on a combination of timing and vendor choice. I made three separate orders and got three different products... and other customers have reported even more variation. It may have high/medium/strobe modes, or it may have only on/off. It may have anywhere from zero to three O-rings inside. It may have branding inked on the side, or not. It can have at least two different types of optics. It may have a cheaper or broken emitter inside, giving far less than 200 lumens of light. It may cost anywhere from $5 to $20.
This light is not waterproof. Splash-resistant, yes, but don't try to dunk it underwater. Even if you were lucky enough to get one with all the O-rings, the lens and zoom mechanism aren't really sealed. In many cases, the lens is simply loose inside the body with no glue or other attempts to seal it. The clip screw holes also go all the way through the body, which is another way for water to get in. Many units aren't even fully screwed together unless you tighten them.
However, all that aside, this is still probably the brightest and most versatile torch you can get for under $6. It can throw a long way at its narrow beam setting, it projects a nice, even circle of bright light on the wide setting, and the front-most piece can unscrew to remove the lens for a true flood mode. And as far as batteries go, it's an omnivore. It can use practically any type of battery in any condition, drawing whatever power the battery can muster. But the other product listing is cheaper and seems to have some more reliable vendors listed.
Update 2014-09: I measured this light in my light box. Using a freshly-charged Eneloop battery, I got 39 lumens on the narrow beam, 72 lumens on the wide beam, and 101 lumens with the bezel removed entirely. On "low" mode the output is about 30% as much. So, nowhere near 400 lumens. But it should be higher with a 14500 li-ion battery -- roughly 2.5X as many lumens.
I also measured the beam intensity (or throw) on narrow mode. A normal SK-68 light got a lux of 3.6 kcd with an Eneloop or 10 kcd with a 14500 li-ion battery. That translates to 120 meters or 200 meters. Another variety of SK-68 with wider optics got 5.5 kcd on Eneloop or 12.4 kcd on li-ion, meaning 149m or 222m of throw. That's really far for something this size.
-Aluminum (I'm assuming anyway) construction
-Activation light is an orange color, which is a nice touch, seeing as though if you actually need to use the light, it's most likely going to be dark out, and the orange color helps it stand out a bit.
-Pocket clip is decent
-The focusing adjustment offers damn near no resistance. It's too easy to adjust. Honestly, the light would be damn near perfect if it just had a fixed focus and actually put out the lumens advertised.
-Lumen output nowhere near advertised. I've got a 6+ year old Gladius, and a bunch of Surefires laying around that only push about 60-80 lumens or so, and crush this light completely as far as light output goes. Then again, they were also 10-50x the price of this, but still 300lm stated is 300lm stated.
-The finish on the light is (as usual) sub par, but you're paying next to nothing for the light, so who cares.