nobrand WALLER PAA 80000 Lumen CREE LED XML 14x T6 Tactical Flashlight Torch Super Bright
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- Emitter Type: 14 x CREE XM-L T6 LED
- Light Color: White. LED Quantity: 12
- Battery Configurations: 3 x 18650 3.7v(battery not include). Switch Location: Tail. 5 switch Mode: high>middle>low>strobe>sos.
- Material :Aluminum. Lens: Coated Glass Lens. Reflector: Aluminum smooth reflector. Casing Color: Black. Size(mm): 28.2cm x 5.4cm x 5.4cm. Weight: 372g
- Package Include: 1 x 80000 Lumens CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight
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This torch uses of a 14 x CREE XM-L T6 LED, ultra bright and durable to use .
Output bright can come to above 80000 lumens [lm]
The body of this flashlight is built of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, and it has a very solid construction.
Hard-Anodized finish; Anti-abrasive, free-scratch, shock-proof.
It is perfect for walking, camping, night riding, wrecker, explore, military, home lighting to use.
Emitter Type: 14 x CREE XM-L T6 LED
Light Color: White.
LED Quantity: 12
Battery Configurations: 3 x 18650 3.7v(battery not include).
Switch Location: Tail.
5 switch Mode: high>middle>low>strobe>sos.
Brightness: 80000 lumens
LED Lifespan: 100,000 hours
Lens: Coated Glass Lens.
Reflector: Aluminum smooth reflector.
Casing Color: Black.
Size(mm): 28.2cm x 5.4cm x 5.4cm.
1 x 80000 Lumens CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight
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Not include battery, the battery its $30, after 3 week the Flashlight stop to switch between the SOS to regular light. No manual for troubleshooting,
There is only one on/off button at the bottom. Tried holding it in, turning it off and on several times (thinking it might cycle through it's modes), tried changing the amount of time the button was held in before release. Cleaned to contacts, made sure everything was tight. Added an o-ring that had dropped to the bottom of the box.
The model isn't even written on the flashlight, though it has the name "Garberiel" on the side. The ad says "Waller". Not sure what connection is there, if any, but it didn't help when trying to find online instructions. I can't believe she got suckered into paying this much for something this cheap.
UPDATE: After I hit submit, I thought I'd try one more thing. I took out a section of the flashlight. And tried different combinations of the batteries (which I had charged). After playing with the on/off switch (quickly doing on/off) it settled down into a steady mode with a bright light. So I'm guessing on of the batteries is low. If I'd had a manual I'm guessing the troubleshooting guide may have told me the flashing/turning itself off was an indication.