Olight S35 & S65

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Olight S35, S65 and S80 **updated**

New Olight flashlights, S35 Baton, XM-L led (3AA) and S65 XM-L (6AA)

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S35 battery holder

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pics thx dengtuzi
 
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Very Nice...any specs yet? ....Also on a side note would be a good move for Zebralight to release Pics of their Q50 light thats due for release (hint ..hint)
 

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Awesome ! The S65 looks like a worthy successor (and upgrade) to the A6 Polestar !
 

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These were in 4sevens/ Olight shot show video, i think they were meant to be dive lights or something.
 
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These were in 4sevens/ Olight shot show video, i think they were meant to be dive lights or something.

It would be good if they were dive lights, as adjustable lumen lights in the dive industry is pretty barren
 

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At about 2:35 you'll see the two prototype lights

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itTSpa2skGA

Thanks for the link.They didn't say if the last corded light was a dive light,but they did state the first 2 were.I guess the Heatsinking is due to topside use as most dive lights use the water for cooling and don't worry too much about overheating.My Dive rite Hid didn't work last time I tried to fire it up so I am on the lookout.LED has come a long ways since I bought my HID lights which is very nice along with variable lumen output(Also HID are really too fragile for diving and iffy with the ballast).They didn't state the depth rating on them either,Hehe,he must be a nondiver as thats one of the first things we look for in Scuba Diving along with Lumen ratings of course.
 

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Thanks for the link.They didn't say if the last corded light was a dive light,but they did state the first 2 were.I guess the Heatsinking is due to topside use as most dive lights use the water for cooling and don't worry too much about overheating.My Dive rite Hid didn't work last time I tried to fire it up so I am on the lookout.LED has come a long ways since I bought my HID lights which is very nice along with variable lumen output(Also HID are really too fragile for diving and iffy with the ballast).They didn't state the depth rating on them either,Hehe,he must be a nondiver as thats one of the first things we look for in Scuba Diving along with Lumen ratings of course.

The last thing is something different.
 

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some details

S35 XM-L T6
20lm (24h), 120lm (3.5h), 380lm (1.5h), strobe 380lm (3h)
128mm/5.03in (length), 36mm/1.41in (diameter), 173g/6.1oz (weight)

S65 XM-L T6
20lm (36h), 200lm (5.3h), 700lm (1.3h), strobe 700lm (3h)
180mm/7.08in (length), 36mm/1.41in (diameter), 219g/7.7oz (weight)
 
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