- Aug 30, 2012
Battery: 4 x 18650 in parallel
Modes: 2+1: High, Low + hidden strobe
LED Type: 3 x XM-L (Neutral White)
Lens: Regular Glass
Light supplied to me for review.
+Good budget multi-emitter light
+Feels solid during use
+4x18650 gives plenty of runtime
+Unscrew body for lock-out
-Very loud low mode PWM
-Very distracting low frequency PWM
-Parasitic circuit drain (1.5mA)
The DHL shipping was extremely fast; the package was picked up on Sunday, arrived at Korea on Monday, and was attempted to be delivered on Tuesday but I was out so I got it Wednesday.
I had a few days to play around with the light, even EDC'ing it for a while to check it out.
Here's the package that I received:
As you could see, it was opened by the customs department...
The light itself came in a clean white box, suitable for a gift:
The light came with a Chinese manual, spare o-ring, and a lanyard strap:
The three emitters:
The rear end:
The light has a hidden strobe feature that can be activated when the switch is pressed for three seconds when the light is on, both on high and low mode. (6-8Hz)
Tailcap Current measurements:
Not too regulated, but I like the high currents going into the 3xXM-X's.
The 4x18650 battery holder:
Some more pics:
The three emitters again, perfectly centered:
Certainly a managable size, here's the SRK among my collection:
TrustFire X6 HD2010 Sky Ray King 2.3W Laser WF-606A C11 WF-008 C3
(Sorry about the white balance.)
Overall, this is a really solid light, and as this is the first multi-emitter light for me, it easily blows away my HD2010 and Crelant 7G9 (Well, maybe not in terms of throw).
I'll add more wallshots and beamshots while I fix my 7G9 up for comparison.
Thanks for looking and please feel free to post any questions.
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