The downside: The SC62s get hot. And they eat batteries. I use ZL 18650 3400s. I'm not a heavy user but find that I must keep these batteries fully charged or risk having the light step down when I least expect it.
Hope you like it. You can set H2 as the default and then 1-click will turn on H2 rather than H1 which I find much better and saves battery. if you really want H1 1-click then wait ~1/2 second and double click. If you double click too soon you'll end up with triple click and strobe.Thank you again selfbuilt! Your review helped me once again with the decision wether to buy or not to buy.
I bid 37 € for SC62w today in a Finnish eBay equivalent (huuto.net). It so happened that the seller lives in the same city as I live. Within 1 hour after the bidding was closed he brought the flashlight for me and I paid him 40 eur in cash. I think it was a good deal
This is my first Zebralight. I need some time to adjust to the new UI, especially to that one click turns the HI mode on and long presses start the mode cycle from LO. The tint is cooler than I expected. Otherwise the light seem really nice. And I always thought my Convoy S2+ was a small light...
You can set H2 as the default and then 1-click will turn on H2 rather than H1 which I find much better and saves battery.
Anybody else carry in the pocket w/o clip and get an accidental activation?
I presume you are including the Zebralights in that? I've not had any accidental activation with recent Zebralights for a few years now since they redesigned the switch and switch well. I carry it everyday clipped in my pocket often with lots of other stuff. If you manage to get accidental activation on recent Zebralights I think you definitely have to go for a twisty, I'm not a big fan of lockout either, but I did it on some earlier zebra lights from time to time depending on my pocket, they require something like only a 1/32 or 1/64 of the tailcap turn to lockout. I think that was on the SC60 I found I had to use lockout sometimes. maybe if you don't use the clip there is a bigger chance of activation.I have not found a side button light that I can carry daily in my pocket that does not activate accidentally. they have to be locked out which is more bother then it is worth for the multiple times a day I use lights.
there may be lights that work but I haven't found them.