Yes, it was never accurate. But it is what they reported at the time of the review, so it's what went into that section. Since they seem to have updated it on their site, I'll amend the mfr spec section.Just a heads up, I believe that this is a typo, the actual length listed on the Olight site is 107mm. 86mm is the length of the S10.
My first new light in a few years. Wow! Technology does evolve quickly. Loving the size, floody light and runtime. The magnet is keeping it fixed over my desk as I type.
Orbtronic 3400's barely fit -- a bit too tight for my comfort level.
I'm also planning to get this light as well, but does it come in a OP reflector
You won't see much of a difference in output, but it should be noticeable side-by-side.I've just bought the S20 L2. The box says 550 lumens, but the flashlight itself doesn't have the textured reflector and doesn't say XML-2, like all the photos of the S20 L2 suggest the 55 lumen version should have.
In use, I can't really say it's any brighter than my S10 L2, but then I'm not sure if I'd notice 150 lumens above 400 lumens. Any ideas? Thanks.
Thanks, by looking at the photo, it appears to be the XML2 emitter, no bond wires and white surroundYou won't see much of a difference in output, but it should be noticeable side-by-side. The XM-L2 emitters are lacking the visible bond wires over the die surface. Compare the close-up pics in this review with the ones in the original S20 (which was XM-L). You should be able to see the difference on your light, to confirm that is is indeed the XM-L2. Reflectors can change over time.
Good to know, thanks for the update.I didn't see this mentioned anywhere yet, but I just received a S20-L2 from GoingGear, and the button is the same as the newer S20R: it isn't raised (so it won't be accidentally pressed as easily in a pocket), has the battery low light as a dot in the center instead of a ring near the edge, and is textured with concentric ridges.