- 2.8-6.6 volts
The unique value we create
Eco: 5Lumens (291 hr.), Low: 50Lumens (26 hr., 49 min.), Mid: 160Lumens (9 hr., 45 min.), High: 500Lumens (3 hr., 41 min.), Turbo: 1200Lumens (2 hr., 37 min.)
Equiped with tail switch and side switch, it can be used as a tactical flashlight for emergency, outdoor activities.
It comes with clip and lanyard which makes this light very convenient to carry. What' more, you can carry it with holster as well. ( holster need purchase separately)
Reverse polarity protection
Advanced temperature regulation (ATR) technology：
Low voltage warning:
Low Voltage Protection:
Battery Capacity Indicator (LED on the side switch)
Battery power indicator and rechargeable battery:
Size & Weight
Great quality, budget price! Everything about the light looks and feels like a quality build. The stainless steel clip is sturdy and already installed. The knurling gives the light a good feel and nice grip. The user interface is easy and simple to use. I really like the modes programmed into this light. The moonlight mode or Eco as they call it is 5 lumens and good for close up work and the 1200 lumen mode is super bright and really lights up an area
This Worth, very good! Money spent on quality. Very nice workmanship, visually very successful, affordable compared to the twice as expensive Fenix variant. From a technical point of view, I can't judge yet, over time, but whether everything will be fine. Thanks, and I recommend the seller for me.
Excellent product! The product come in original packaging and comes with a charging cable. The package is bubble wrap and came very well packed for shipping. .The flashlight is very strong and the adjustment is very simple. Really enjoyed! The packaging is well produced and with devices to prevent the product from moving during transport. The package is bubble wrap and came very well packed for shipping.
I've been putting off spending much more on another Fenix light, so jumped at the chance to buy one of these when they recently went on sale since they appeared to be very similar. I'm not sure I made the right decision though. I can keep a charge in my Fenix for close to 6 months, so I'm not sure what's wrong, but I certainly can't trust this little light now.