Vizeri LED Tactical Flashlight with Focusing Lens, Cree XML High Lumen T6 Military Quality
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- The CREE T6 XML LED used with the focusing feature of this torch creates a dangerously bright intense beam beam, brighter than other lights claiming higher lumens. 5 modes: High, Medium, Low, Strobe, and SOS
- All components thread into the tube instead of pressure fit like cheap flashlights. Gold plated springs for corrosion-free connections. Submergable to a depth of 3 feet. Military grade aluminum and hardened anodized finish.
- Included lamp diffuser and holster with D-ring along with a carabiner can be used to create a hanging lamp in your tent or other places. Lots of accessories available like a bike mount, remote tactical switch, weapons mount, orange diffuser, and lithium batteries
- Most flexible power options: Low-cost AAA or CR123 alkaline batteries (you can use rechargeable versions). Or if the light will be used in high mode, we recommend using low-cost rechargable 18650 Lithium-ion batteries. BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED, Unlike telescoping focused lights, this twist focus stays where you put it even when bumped.
- Order now and while you are at it, get another light for emergency use at home, one for each car (the strobe and diffuser make a good flasher), or for a friend or family member you love. The VZ460 makes a great emergency light
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When you receive this product, pop some batteries in it and prepare to be amazed by its powerful beam. You'll wonder how so much power can be crammed into such a compact package. Then admire how the flashlight feels in your hand. Attach the diffuser and note how the focused beam now scatters about the room like a lantern. Experiment with the 5 modes and memory feature that remembers the last mode. Slide the light into the included belt holster and think how you'll use it to store or carry the light.
What sets this light apart from competition, besides its enviable quality, is that it has zoom focusing, yet is still IPX7 waterproof. Most truly waterproof lights have a fixed focal length where one beam is forced to fit all applications. Would you buy a camera without zoom and expect it to take the best pictures in all situations?
Because of this lights brightness, quality, and features we are sure you will love it. Just try it out. If you don't absolutely love the light, just return it for a full refund. We are so confident that you will love the light as do our other 5-star review customers.
You will also be amazed at the customer service we provide after the sale! You have nothing to lose so ORDER NOW and consider buying an extra unit or two for your loved ones. VZ460=460 lumens; VZ230=230 lumens
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The programming mode is a great function. I set it on strobe before I go to bed and dim light for walking around (avoiding mud puddles).
The focusing lens is high-quality. You can even focus it down to where you can see the square diode on the wall. While focused for wide dispersion, the light intensity is evenly distributed.
This is the first tactical light I have ever purchased that came with extra o-rings. It also came with a belt holster, light-dispersion cone, wrist lanyard, and the two battery options.
This flashlight could be sold for twice the price and it would still be a great deal. I will definitely remember to check out Vizeri for my next light purchase!
The various modes are accessed by pressing the on/off button slightly. For some reason I had trouble with it not always changing modes at first. Now it seems to work better. Probably just user error in the beginning, but I can't see what it is that I changed in my technique. Anyway, medium is 25% the brightness of high, and low is really low, at 2.5% of high. The blink mode is really bright, fast, and obnoxious (blink rate is 10 Hz), exactly what you want when the goal is the draw attention. The SOS mode is silly IMO, and I'd rather not have it. When you turn the flashlight on, it turns back on in the last mode it was in. However, if you turn it off and back on again within 5 seconds, or if you turn it off less than 5 seconds after your last mode change, then it will turn on in the next mode in sequence, which can occasionally be a bit annoying.
Check out the photo comparing this flashlight to another flashlight I have that is $3 with a claimed 300 lumen output (UltraFire 7w 300lm Mini Cree Led Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp). Both lights are focused all the way down. The cheap one has a single fresh AA, the Vizeri has a fully charged 18650. Clearly you get what you pay for.
Now for the geeks out there, I took some measurements. The data sheet for this Cree LED (XM-L T6) states that it is a "cool white" with an output of 280 lumens at 700 mA. It also indicates that maximum current is 3000 mA, at which maybe this LED would be able to get up to 1000 lumens. So, I measured the current. With three fresh AAA batteries, the current is about 720 mA, but drops quickly to about 620 mA after about 10 seconds (I guess the AAA batteries can't sustain the higher current for long). With a freshly charged 18650 battery, current draw is steady at 1350 mA. So using an 18650 battery is definitely worthwhile, since it nearly doubles your output (not to mention having a longer life, even at the higher current draw). So at most, this flashlight is 500 lumens. These measurements were made in high mode at the battery. The medium and low modes are achieved by modulation, as usual. In this case, modulation frequency is 175 Hz (so you won't notice any flashing in these modes). Medium measures at 25% duty cycle, and low is 2.5%.
3) multiple battery options - I am using 18650, which allows to utilize max of what light may give
4) four beam options
What I like best that manufacturer (and seller in this case) thought about me, end used, and provided replacement switch and cap that enables usage in small spaces as torch.
I do like what you product.
Update April 14, 2016
I have ordered and tested Vizeri with VZ230 additionally to VZ460. As it is noted in specs, it has two times less output. From my perspective this is dramatic decrease. Also VZ230 is a bit lighter and maybe half inch smaller. To be honest I did not like VZ230 after I used VZ460. My recommendation is to spend additional $6 and get VZ460 with its full power.