VezerLezer ED10 review

3_gun

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Spoiler alert ; once you get past the name it's a solid light.

Got the light just over a week ago, bubble pac envelope with the light boxed in a not bad / not great green & black hanging display box. Basic straight forward light info ; IP68, 1.5m drop rated, 305m throw, 6500k, 2200L turbo, 20 degree spot/60 degree spill, SST40 led, & a 2600mAh battery.

Throw is about the only claim that seems inflated. Yes the light may reach that far but you're not really seeing anything well past about 110/120m. The UI is pretty good also. Short cuts for moonlight, turbo, strobe & SOS. None of which are one of the 4 light levels that can be a memory level (last used). They are eco(30L), low(128L), med(560L) & high(1400L). I can't say that those are true light levels but they do look good & are well spaced as steps. You can also set the light to ramp up & down (not my preferred setting) but having given it a try .. it's way to fast. The short cuts are; press & hold from off for ML, from off or on 2 quick clicks for turbo, off/on 3 clicks for strobe & off/on 4 clicks for SOS. A single click takes you back to your memory level & the next single click is off. 5 click works as a lock out.

The side switch also doubles as a battery display; green, orange, red & blinking red in steps of 25%. The switch has a nice feel & feedback in use. Size fits easily into the EDC space. Length is just under 4.5", body just under 1", head just under 1.25" & anti roll flats at 1.25". Fit & finish are good, it doesn't look out of place setting next to my Fenix lights. The clip is a reversible, tight & a bit thin but it does the job. Only thing I wish it had was a magnetic tail cap.

Charging is buy a c type USB(5v 1a) so you don't need a charger. It does warm up pretty quick at 1400/2200L levels (surprise!) but haven't used it hard enough to trip thermal or LV protection yet. Did my first recharge at the first showing of a red battery level, took just over 90min to full charge.

Overall I'd have to call this a solid B+ to this point & well worth a look. If it wore a Fenix label I'd guess it'd be price at $70 or better. Time & use will tell if my positive first impression(s) hold.

(Just to be clear I bought this light with my $$ & I'm not in anyway connected to Vezerlezer. An earlier post about this light had a discount code from another forum member)

 

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One month in I like the light even more with use. The ramp setting is still waaaaay to fast but I prefer stepped & they're still useful & well spaced. 6500K still isn't my favorite but at the lower levels I've been using I've notice little to no eye strain. Beam is a bit narrower than I'd prefer but it fills a usable field of view with reasonable light, plus more "throw" came in handy in the attic & out buildings. Used the claimed 128L output for 5 straight hours last weekend with no noticeable output drop or heating issue. Side switch still showing green so runtimes are useful. I'm sure I'd notice a step down to 30L but if it has lowered the output over that time it's unnoticeable without instrumentation. Still miss having a magnetic tailcap but by flipping the clip it's worked well enough on the bill of my cap. A bit heavy to be ideal but works to keep both hands free just the same. Has handled a couple of minor drops with no damage/issues & one ride home on the MC in the rain without a problem. Going to leave the grade at a solid B+ for now but expect a bump if it continues to work this well over the next couple of months
 

TIFisher

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I won one of these in a new release promo, and concur with your observations. It's a solid light, and very comfortable in hand (no clip/lanyard). Probably the best mode spacing of any light I own, and I love the ability to reverse the ramping steps. 20220226_162857.jpg
 

fulee9999

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Spoiler alert ; once you get past the name it's a solid light.

Got the light just over a week ago, bubble pac envelope with the light boxed in a not bad / not great green & black hanging display box. Basic straight forward light info ; IP68, 1.5m drop rated, 305m throw, 6500k, 2200L turbo, 20 degree spot/60 degree spill, SST40 led, & a 2600mAh battery.

Throw is about the only claim that seems inflated. Yes the light may reach that far but you're not really seeing anything well past about 110/120m. The UI is pretty good also. Short cuts for moonlight, turbo, strobe & SOS. None of which are one of the 4 light levels that can be a memory level (last used). They are eco(30L), low(128L), med(560L) & high(1400L). I can't say that those are true light levels but they do look good & are well spaced as steps. You can also set the light to ramp up & down (not my preferred setting) but having given it a try .. it's way to fast. The short cuts are; press & hold from off for ML, from off or on 2 quick clicks for turbo, off/on 3 clicks for strobe & off/on 4 clicks for SOS. A single click takes you back to your memory level & the next single click is off. 5 click works as a lock out.

The side switch also doubles as a battery display; green, orange, red & blinking red in steps of 25%. The switch has a nice feel & feedback in use. Size fits easily into the EDC space. Length is just under 4.5", body just under 1", head just under 1.25" & anti roll flats at 1.25". Fit & finish are good, it doesn't look out of place setting next to my Fenix lights. The clip is a reversible, tight & a bit thin but it does the job. Only thing I wish it had was a magnetic tail cap.

Charging is buy a c type USB(5v 1a) so you don't need a charger. It does warm up pretty quick at 1400/2200L levels (surprise!) but haven't used it hard enough to trip thermal or LV protection yet. Did my first recharge at the first showing of a red battery level, took just over 90min to full charge.

Overall I'd have to call this a solid B+ to this point & well worth a look. If it wore a Fenix label I'd guess it'd be price at $70 or better. Time & use will tell if my positive first impression(s) hold.

(Just to be clear I bought this light with my $$ & I'm not in anyway connected to Vezerlezer. An earlier post about this light had a discount code from another forum member)


My eyes just popped when I read this, because I thought it's a flashlight from one of my countrymen ( Hungary ) as "VezerLezer" actually means "leader laser" or "the leader of lasers" but the website blatantly says "VezerLezer is an original word of our own creation".
So either they are some cheeky hungarian people, or the usual suspects who does not know their brand name is an actual expression in an existing language.
 

aznsx

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So either they are some cheeky hungarian people, or the usual suspects who does not know their brand name is an actual expression in an existing language.
My money's on the latter. Some things just never seem to change. I wonder what else I should 'not believe' on their site?
 

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