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Flashlight Reviews / New ThruNite TH30 Headlamp / EDC /// Full Review
« Last post by robo819 on August 15, 2018, 08:38:03 PM »
This is the Thrunite Th30 Headlamp , sent for my review from Thrunite. No other compensation other than me keeping the light in return for my review.

At the time of this review you can preorder the TH30 for a 20% discount using the code ……. 20%…….at the official ThruNite site……….

or you can get the light on Amazon also………..(links are NON affiliated)

The TH30 is the newest headlamp/EDC from the Thrunite lineup. Everything came very well packaged , as I am used to seeing with the Thrunite products. The TH30 “package itself contains the light , 3100mAh Thrunite cell , a clip for EDC , an extra holder for the headband strap , the headband itself , USB charging cord , 2 extra o-rings , extra USB port cover , the instruction manual and thank you card.

This is an 18650 powered light using a “boost” driver to power the XHP70.2 emitter.
 The reflector is an orange peel and the TH30 is claimed to be one of the most powerful headlamps out there right now , with listed output of 3350 lumens.

There are some fins on the light (as much as space would allow) , the knurling is well done and the threads are well cut and very smooth.

The TH30 is what I would call “average” size for the 18650 headlamp. It is just a little smaller than the average “tube” light as shown pictured with the BLF A6 and the Olight H2R Nova.

The “Branding” or etching is well done…….

Reverse Side

The Headband is pretty comfortable and stays put with the extra strap across the top of the head. The Clip easily makes this double as a good EDC light also.

The power indicator light on the switch button doubles as a Low Voltage Indicator. When the light is powered on the button lights up in Blue and when the cell is getting depleted the switch light turns to Red , to let you know the cell is getting low. There is also another visual warning for Low Voltage , with that being , the LED will blink 3 times periodically to let you know the cell is at depletion. Once the cell reaches full depletion the LVP will simply turn the light off.This same indicator also shows Red when the TH30 is charging and it will turn blue when the cell is fully charged , when using the USB port , which is listed at 1.5 amps charging rate. The indicator light will also show Purple if the cell is reversed or other problems with the USB charging.

There is mode memory for the last used mode from Low through High. A double click gets you to Turbo from any mode including off and a long press from off for the Firefly from the off postion. A simple click for off or to turn the light back on in the mode memory.

The TH30 is as expected a very floody light with a very broad coverage area , but it does put out a huge amount of light over the area it covers.

3 Feet / White garage door on Firefly and Low

22 Feet / White garage door on Low / Medium / High / Turbo

25 yards and 50 yards on high and turbo

I have not had time to do Run Time testing due to an Aunt that has fell and broke her hip at 85 years old. Also a very good friend had to have his heart pump/LVAD replaced and undergo a major Hernia surgery all in one long surgery. I have tried to spread my time between those and multiple flashlight reviews lately , so my time has been kind of limited on the reviews.

The TH30 DOES have the “Thermal Step Down” at 1.5 minutes , but I feel it may get overly hot running Turbo mode for a longer period in this small light to be honest.
 I tested the TH30 with the provided ThruNite cell , a Samsung 30Q , LG HE4 , LG HG2 and an Efest Purple High Drain 2800mAh. The Lumens were very close with all the cells due to the regulated driver , so I just did an average of all the cells to list in my charts. The amperage in the charts is from the included ThruNite cell only.

Here are the charts with my test results on the lumens and amperage………

My final thoughts on the TH30 headlamp…….
It is a very well made light as with all my Thrunite products . with top notch build quality.
 The particular sample I received does fall a little short of the listed specs on the output , but ThruNite was contacted about my sample and they ARE aware of it. I feel they will get any kinks ironed out very soon and hopefully before the full release.

Overall I like this one pretty good and as I say , it does have the ThruNite quality. Even though my sample is a little under the rated lumens , it is still a very powerful headlamp with a massive wall of light when in Turbo and it is very easy to take off the headband and use as an EDC with well spaced modes , without being too bulky.

If there is a particular photo in the GIF images you want to get a better look at , here is the link to all the still photos and GIF images of the light.

For those who may want to see the live outdoor comparison with the Olight X7 (at the 3000 lumens setting) and the highly modded BLF X6 with MTG 2 running 2600 lumens on 2 × 16340 cells , that starts at 13:31 of the video timeline.

Youtube video link followed by listed specs...........

 Specifications: LED: CREE XHP70.2 with a lifespan of 20+ years of run time. Runs on: 1 x IMR 18650 3100mAh battery. Reflector: Orange peel reflector. Working Voltage: 2.75 – 4.2 V. Output mode/Runtime*: Turbo (3350 lumen; 1.5mins+103mins) High (1275 lumen; 90 minutes) Medium (352 lumen; 5 hrs) Medium-Low (130 lumen; 14 hrs) Low (25 lumen; 60 hrs) Firefly (0.5 lumen; 32 days) SOS (645 lumen; 305 minutes) Peak Beam Intensity: 6550 cd. Max beam distance: 155 m. Impact resistant: 1.5 meters. Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard (2 meters). Weight: 123g without battery. Dimensions: 107mm (Length) x 28.5 × 24mm Accessories: Pocket clip x1, Rubber slot x1, ThruNite 3100MAH 18650 IMR battery x1, Spare O-rings x2, USB rubber plug x1, USB Charging Cable x1

Introduced in 2009, ANSI FL1 standards for flashlights ensure that models are tested and rated in the same way. Compliance with these standards is voluntary and the manufacturers do their own testing, but most major brands now include the following performance data on their packaging.

Light Output

Measured in lumens. This is a measure of the intensity of the light coming out of the flashlight, on the highest brightness setting powered by new batteries. It may also be shown for multiple light settings. This is a great comparison tool, but does not tell the whole story about brightness. Beam intensity, distance and type all influence the effectiveness of a light in different applications. Light output can range from a modest 20 lumens (great for reading a book) to a terrain-scorching 3500 lumens.

Beam Distance

Measured in meters. This is how far the light will shine before the brightness diminishes to the equivalent of the light from a full moon. Full moon illumination is considered adequate for safe and careful travel outdoors. This distance will vary with the brightness setting selected.

Run Time

Measured in hours. How long does it take the light output to drop to 10% of the rated output on new batteries, rounded to the nearest quarter hour. Light output may gradually decrease over time, or remain largely constant and then suddenly decrease. Run time is commonly given for each light setting. A Runtime graph, if available, provides the best illustration of the performance of a light over time.

Impact Resistance

Measured in meters. Lights are tested by dropping them 6 times onto concrete at the rated distance. This test is primarily to ensure the light remains functional after occasional accidental drops. It is not a test of resistance for a light being run over, being struck with a heavy object or being used to strike other objects.

Water Resistance
Rated using the IPX system. Water resistance is important if using your light in the rain or around bodies of water. Three ratings are used:

Indicates an IPX4 rating, which is splash resistant from all angles, after the impact test has been applied.

Indicates a water submersion rating, also after the impact test.

IPX7 – temporary immersion: up to 30 minutes at a depth of 1m.
IPX8 – submersion: up to 4 hours at the specified depth.

For further discussion of technical lighting topics, see the REI Expert Advice article, Headlamps: How to Choose.
Flashlight Reviews / (Review) Lumintop GT mini
« Last post by Mikelights on August 14, 2018, 09:47:37 PM »
Today we will be unboxing and reviewing the brand new Lumintop GT Mini, this is a wicked little light that is small and throws far. We will also be comparing range tests against the Emisar D1S, a similarly sized and powered mini thrower

Watch and enjoy!
Gearvita / Lumintop ODL20C - Indispensable Budget All-round Flashlight
« Last post by gearvita on August 14, 2018, 09:31:47 AM »
Lumintop ODL20C flashlight is a throw flashlight by utilizes a Cree XHP35 HI LED and adopt the aluminum flat and deep reflector, it emits a max 2,000 lumens output and creates an 860 meters long-range throwing distance by running on a 26650 cell. Five output levels plus Strobe, SOS and Beacon modes are more fit for various lighting demands. The USB Type-C charging enables a 2A current charging current and it takes only three hours to fully charged the battery. The humanized breath lamp allows easily locate the flashlight in the dark. Lock-out function, charging indicator, low battery reminder, tail standing ability and IP68 classification protection etc. makes ODL20C indispensable in your searching, rescuing, hiking activities and so on.

Main Parameters:
Light Tint: 2A
Light Source: Cree XHP35 HI LED
ANSI/NEMA FL1: Low / Med / High / Turbo / Eco / Strobe, SOS, Beacon
Output: 100LM / 350LM / 1000LM / 2000LM / 8LM / 2000LM
Runtime: 22h 55min / 6h 5min / 2h 30min* / 2h*/9 days / /
Maximum Output: 2000 lumens
Maximum Beam Distance: 860 meters
Maximum Beam Intensity: 184,500CD
Impact Resistance: 1.5m
Waterproof: IPX-8

Brightness Levels and Runtime:
Low: 100LM ( 22h 55min )
Med: 350LM ( 6h 5min )
High: 1000LM ( 2h 30min* )
Turbo: 2000LM ( 2h* )
Eco: 8LM ( 9 days )
Strobe / SOS / Beacon: 2000LM

Product Features:
● Utilizes Cree XHP 35 HI LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours.
● Powered by one 26650 rechargeable Li-ion battery.
● High-efficiency circuit with a max runtime up to 9 days.
● Smooth and deep aluminous alloy reflector creates a max 860 meters beam distance.
● 5 output levels plus Strobe, SOS and Beacon with a max output of 2000 lumens.
● Humanized breathing light inside the switch, indicates the light location in the dark.
● Durable USB Type-C charging with 2A max charging current, 3 hours to fully charged a 5000mAh Li-ion battery, fast and convenience.
● Red and blue charging indicator visually shows the charging conditions.
● One side switch operation within one hand control.
● Lock-out function prevents accidental activation.
● Enhance cooling fins ensure a comfortable holding.
● Low voltage indicator reminds to change or charge the battery in time.
● Flat tail cap with tail standing ability to serve as a candle.
● Toughened and ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating.
● Made of aerospace-grade aluminum alloy, premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish on the surface.
● Waterproof to IPX-8 standard, 2 meters underwater (ensure the waterproof cover is in sealed condition).

Get it with the price of $61.99 on GearVita by using the $8 discount coupon code "LTODL20C" when you checkout:

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Gearvita / Manker MK39 Ranger - A Very Adaptable Flashlight with Handle
« Last post by gearvita on August 13, 2018, 07:15:38 AM »
The Manker MK39 Ranger flashlight is one impressive chunk of aircraft-grade aluminium with premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish. Despite its awe inspiring stature is sits very comfortably in the hand and thanks to the positioning of the handle the thumb naturally engages with the operating controls seamlessly. For long periods of use a shoulder strap is provided for easy carry.

The MK39 has a lumen output of 6000 lumens with a choice of flood or focused beam making it a very adaptable lighting tool. Search and rescue teams take note, this torch is capable of an incredible 1100 metre throw. At the touch of the button the beam will ramp up from one lumen all the way to 6000 in unnoticeable increments, allowing the user to halt the process and choose the right amount of light for the job in hand. Plus it has a strobe which can be a very handy tool in an emergency.

Runtimes vary depending on the output being used but the Manker MK39 features a automatic cut out to preserve battery life and prevent overheating during heavy use. Whilst the 6000 lumen output is chosen the torch will drop to a lower level of power after three minutes, which will ensure a longer period of usage on one battery charge.

Main Parameters:
Emitter: Emitters:
- CW: 1* Cree XHP35 HI+8* Cree XPG3
- NW: 1* Cree XHP35 HI+8* Nichia 219C
Maximum output: 6000 lumens
Maximum beam intensity: 305000CD
Maximum beam distance :1100 meters
Working voltage: 11.2V - 16.8V (over discharge protection)
Driver: Most efficiency constant current circuit
Water proof: IPX-8 (2 meter under water)
Impact resistance: 1 meters

Brightness Levels and Runtime:
Throw mode (ramping adjustment): 1-2000lm / 48hrs - 3min + 2hrs
Flood mode (ramping adjustment): 1 - 4000lm / 48hrs - 3min +1.5hrs
Throw and Flood mode (ramping adjustment): 2 - 6000lm / 24hrs - 3min+1hrs
Strobe mode: 6000lm

Product Features:
● Made of durable aircraft grade aluminum material, the surface is treated with premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish, lens are toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating.
● Power by 4x 18650 batteries, maximum 6000 lumens output.
● Maximum light duration of 48 hours.
● Peak beam intensity 30,5000cd, max beam 1100 meters, impact resistance 1 meters.
● Four different light modes and strobe mode.
● High-quality processing water and shock resistant.
● Driver is the most efficiency constant current circuit.

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Flashlight Reviews / (Review) Emisar D4
« Last post by Mikelights on August 13, 2018, 12:18:34 AM »
Today we will look at the ever so bright Emisar D4 with 5000k XP-G2 in black. This is the brightest flashlight I have seen in this form factor it can get incredibly small if used with the 18350 tube. This is my most used flashlight because of the usability based on its size.

Watch and enjoy!
Gearvita / Manker PL21 Penlight - Small Body Gathers Big Power
« Last post by gearvita on August 10, 2018, 11:27:23 AM »
The Manker PL21 penlight is a practical pen lamp that is always at hand thanks to the clip in the shirt or in the trouser pocket. The penlight benefits from a slim body which can get into those tight corners a larger flashlight would struggle with. It adds to this feature with three light levels, the lower of which will not blind you when you're in that tight corner searching for a contact lens! However, turn it to the higher 200 lumen output and it will light up a room.

Powered by just two AAA batteries (not supplied), with an aircraft-grade aluminium body and a runtime of 47 hours on the low setting, this is all the lighting you'll need during your working day.

It is now available for purchase on GearVita with the price of only $24.68 by using the coupon code "MANKPL21", offer lasts until 20th.

Main Parameters:
Emitter: CREE XPG3 / Nichia 219C LED
Maximum 200 lumens output
Maximum beam intensity: 1000cd
Maximum beam distance:63meters
Working voltage: 1.8 - 3.2v
Power by 2x AAA batteries (battery not included)
Driver: most efficiency constant current circuit
Material: Aircraft-grade aluminum body
Surface treatment: premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
Aerospace grade aluminium alloy construction
Waterproof: IPX-8 (2 meter under water)
Impact resistance: 2meters
Size: 133mm length x 14mm head diameter
Weight: 29g (without battery)

Brightness Levels and Runtime:
Low: 4lm / 47hrs
Mid: 58lm / 4.5hrs
High: 200lm / 40min
Strobe: 200lm

Product Features:
● Unique design with simple but beautiful handles, easy to use, just like a pen.
● Made of durable aircraft grade aluminum.
● Adopts CREE XPG3 LED, maximum 200 lumens output.
● Maximum light duration of 47 hours.
● Peak beam intensity 1000cd, max beam 63 meters, impact resistance 2 meters.
● Bottom switch and clip is stainless steel, strong and durable.
● Three different light modes and strobe mode.
● High-quality processing water and shock resistant.
● Driver is the most efficiency constant current circuit.

Product link:

Manker PL21 is a light, small and powerful penlight, although the body is small that may look unremarkable, but it can provide sufficient light. With it, you won't worry about working on the vehicle or taking a walk at night because it will always illuminate your surroundings.

Gearvita / Manker's Latest Improved Flashlight Manker U22
« Last post by gearvita on August 10, 2018, 03:54:26 AM »
The Manker U22 flashlight is the latest flashlight from Manker, continuing the U21 model launched in spring 2016. Manker brings some improvements to the new flashlight. The Manker U22 uses the Cree XHP35 HI LED, which has two color temperatures: 5000 and 6500K. The flashlight has a maximum power of 1500 lumens, and at 65,000 cd, the illumination distance easily exceeds 500 meters. The flashlight reflector is one of the lustrous aluminum alloys, so the beam is concentrated and the halo around the spot reaches a maximum of 100 meters. The base of the base contains four heat sinks for optimal cooling, with control buttons between the heat sinks on one side and a charging plug on the other. The control buttons illuminate and we can turn on/off or change the steps and modes of the lantern through various push modes. During operation, the button will change color based on battery level.

The lantern charging plug is USB Type-C, and can be charged from different devices: 5V minimum 1Ah adapter, portable charger, computer, car adapter. Charging the battery from the flashlight is at 1.4Ah when using a 2Ah adapter. The battery with which the flashlight can work is a new one, its type being 21700, and the battery power reaches 4800mAh. Due to the high power, the torch has a very good autonomy on every stage: in turbo mode at 1,500 lumens, the torch will work for 4 linear minutes, after which it will continue to operate at 630 linear lumens over three hours. The dimensions of the Macker U22 are much lower than the older U21 version, hence the lower and lower beats of the new U22. The torch's weight is only 254gr with the 21700 battery.

The new Manker U22 is much easier to wear in hiking, guarding / searching, or used daily around the house. In addition to generous autonomy, the U22 delivers high power and high beating distance at an affordable price.

$5 discount and free shipping coupon code of GearVita: MANKU22
Coupon price: $57.95
Coupon time: Aug 9 - Aug 17
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Flashlight Interface:
● To turn on the flashlight, press the button on the head, the torch will start firefighters, press the button for 2 seconds to stop.
● To change the light steps, press the button briefly until you reach the desired level, the torch will start firefighting and after the end of the cycle the flashlight will return fireflies like: firefighters - step 1 - stage 2 - high gear - stage 2 - stage1 - fireflies.
● To use the torch at the last used stage, hold the button for 2 seconds - when the torch is off. To stop, press and hold for 2 seconds, and to return to the initial step, press the button for 2 seconds.
● For direct access to Turbo mode, press the button twice quickly when the torch is off, so do whatever you want to activate Turbo mode.
● To activate special modes, quickly press the power button twice to activate turbo mode, every press on the button will change the available modes: Strobe, SOS, Flicker, Pulse Button. After flashing the button, the torch will go on the fireball.
● To set the intensity of the firefighting mode (general mode - engineer mode), in this way the engineer can set the intensity of the firefighting step by choosing from the four available options. Turn off the flashlight and hold down the button until the button lights up and then press the four-way button quickly, go through the four available options and to memorize an intensity press the lantern button a long time.

Main Parameters:
● Emitter: CREE XHP35 HI (choice of Cool White or Neutral White)
● Maximum output: 1500 lumens
● With Type-C USB charging function
● Power by 1x Manker 4800mAh 21700 rechargeable battery (battery has Included)
● Maximum beam intensity: 65000cd
● Maximum beam distance: 509meters
● Working voltage: 2.8v - 4.35v (over discharge protection)
● Driver: Most efficiency constant current circuit
● Material: Aircraft-grade aluminum body
● Surface treatment: Premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
● Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
● Waterproof: IPX8 (2 meter under water)
● Impact resistance: 2meters

Brightness Levels and Runtime:
● Moonlight: 1-5lm / 960h
● Low: 90lm / 25h
● Medium1: 250lm / 8.5h
● High: 630lm / 4.2h
● Turbo: 1500-630lm / 3min-4h
● Strobe: 1500lm

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Below is the picture of U22 and the comparing picture of U21 and U22:

Flashlight Reviews / (Review) BLF GT 2000M Throwing Monster!
« Last post by Mikelights on August 08, 2018, 10:17:48 PM »
The day I received this light I was amazed by its size, I used to think the TN42 was a big boy when it comes to throwing lights but the GT is an absolute monster! It easily throws out to 1km and further

Watch and enjoy!
Feast your eyes on the Klarus XT11X flashlight, the world's brightest single 18650 light on the market today! This monster torch measures just 6 inches long and weighs less than half a pound, making it an easy carry for law enforcement, search and rescue, or even everyday users. Despite its incredibly average size, the flashlight's power is anything but average, able to output a ridiculous 3200 Lumens of brightness that can throw further than 300 yards! Such power is typically unheard of in such a compact light, but thanks to its powerful IMR 18650 power source (included) and it's efficient circuitry, thew XT11X is able to outshine all its competitors!

The XT11X does only wield immense power, it also sports one of the most innovative and user-friendly interfaces of any tactical torch. The flashlight is designed with two different methods of operation; a simple side switch better suited for normal everyday applications and a dual tailcap switch tailored for more tactical operations. Both methods of operations grant access to all of the flashlight's output modes, including its blinding strobe function and its efficient S.O.S. mode for emergency situations. The XT11X is able to grant instant access to both Strobe Mode and Low Mode and even allows for momentary activation for brief bursts of light.

The intelligent interface isn't the only feature that makes the XT11X user-friendly. The practical light is designed with a handy micro-USB charging port that can be used to recharge the included IMR 18650 internally, so there is no need for a separate designated charger! Charging progress can be easily monitored thanks to the multi-color LED indicator built right into the torch's side switch, glowing red while charging and green once charging is complete. The LED indicator can even be used to check up on the XT11X's remaining charge while in use so you're never blindsided by a dead battery!

$10 discount and free shipping coupon code of GearVita: KRXT11X
Coupon price: $78.68
Coupon time: Aug 8 - Aug 17
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Main Parameters:
LED: CREE XHP70.2 P2 LED, lifetime up to 50,000 hours
Compatible Batteries: 1 x 18650 or 2 x CR123A or 2 x Klarus 16340.
Reflector: Orange Peel
Lens: Hardened mineral glass, AR coated, scratch resistant
Switch: Tactical tailcap dual-switch + side switch
Head - 41.0mm (1.61”) diameter
Body - 25.4mm (1.00”) diameter
Length - 150.8mm (5.94”)

Brightness Outputs (using included IMR 18650*):
Turbo - 3200 lumens / 45 minutes
High - 400 lumens / 4 hours
Medium - 100 lumens / 16 hours
Low - 15 lumens / 82 hours
Strobe - 3200 lumens / 1 hour 30 min
S.O.S. - 100 lumens / 48 hours

Product Features:
● CREE XHP70.2 P2 LED with max output up to 3200 lumens (with included 18650 battery), far exceeds the competition.
● Easy Interface: one touch Strobe, one touch Turbo, one touch Low, mode memory function, SOS, switch lock-out function, quick settings switch.
● Multiple Safety Systems: Intelligent Thermal Protection System (ITS), Intelligent Battery Identification System (IBIS), Intelligent Charging System (ICS).
● Patented tail cap dual-switch and side switch design, adaptable for different scenarios, easy to use.
● Patented tactical tailcap dual-switch control; non-visual tactile one-handed operation in the dark with intuitive control.
● Two Interfaces: tactical setting and outdoor setting.
▹ Tactical Setting: specially designed for self-defense and tactical use. Classic KLARUS XT series control interface, one touch Strobe, one touch Turbo, perfect candidate for any mission.
▹ Outdoor Setting: designed with the wilderness in mind. One touch Low, one touch Turbo, multiple output levels with memory, SOS function, suitable for all needs in hunting, hiking, camping or search and rescue.
● Intelligent Thermal Protection System (ITS): monitors and auto-adjusts output levels in real-time in order to keep crucial components safe for the optimal balance of performance and safety.
● Intelligent Battery Identification System (IBIS): adjusts the output according to the currently installed 18650 battery discharge rate, compatible with 18650 Li-ion batteries, CR123A batteries and Klarus 16340 batteries.
● Intelligent Charging System (ICS): micro-USB charging port with real-time monitoring of charging status to prevent overcharging, limits max charging current to 1A to avoid damage to charging devices.
● Unique lock-out mode of both side and tail switch prevents accidental activation, this stops battery drain during storage or travel and avoids eye injuries.
● Springs at bezel and tail end resist shock and drop damage.
● Reverse Polarity Protection eliminates damage from incorrect battery orientation.
● Aero-space aluminum alloy body with CNC machining, Mil-spec hard anodizing (HA III), lightweight yet robust construction.
● Stainless bezel ring offers protection from impact.
● One-piece integrated head bezel design for high efficiency heat dissipation.
● Hardened glass lens with scratch resistant AR coating.

The Klarus XT11X flashlight is an impressive tactical flashlight that delivers 3200 lumens of amazing power. It’s designed with versatility and is packed to the brim with features so you can have the flashlight that you need at any given time. It features a side switch and dual tail switches that function independently allowing you to choose how you’d like to operate the flashlight. With the six total outputs including a strobe and an SOS mode, you’re ready for any situation. The two programmable settings are the Tactical Setting and the Outdoor Setting. Both are excellent and you can switch between them at any time or pick your favorite and leave the flashlight in that setting. Whether you’re a flashlight enthusiast, in law enforcement or security, or an outdoor enthusiast, you can’t go wrong with the Klarus XT11X.

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