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Thread: Deep Carry Pocket, 18650, EDC and Tactical Flashlight Klarus E1

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    Christo Pull Hair Deep Carry Pocket, 18650, EDC and Tactical Flashlight Klarus E1

    Is This The Pocket Flashlight You are Looking For? -- Klarus E1

    Features:
    Max Lumen: 1000LM
    Max Runtime: 18 DAYS
    LED: CREE XP-L HI V4 6500K, Ultrathin dual-effect lens (99% light transmit)
    6 Light Modes and 2 settings (Outdoor and Tactical), One click instant access
    Battery indicator, ITS (Intelligent Temperature Protection System )
    18650 Li-ion Rechargeable Battery (customized +/- on the same pole)
    Waterproof Rating: IPX8
    Dimensions:
    Length: 105.1mm /4.14in
    Head Diameter: 23mm /0.91in
    Body Diameter: 22.8 mm /0.9in
    Weight: 50.5g /1.78oz(without battery)
    More info: http://bit.ly/2kIppmr

    Last edited by klight; 09-20-2019 at 01:05 AM.

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    Default Re: Deep Carry Pocket, 18650, EDC and Tactical Flashlight Klarus E1

    Not with a 100 lumen "low" mode.

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    Default Re: Deep Carry Pocket, 18650, EDC and Tactical Flashlight Klarus E1

    Quote Originally Posted by gunga View Post
    Not with a 100 lumen "low" mode.
    6 Modes: high:1000, Medium:400, Low:100, Moonlight:2, Strobe:1000, SOS:100.

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    Default Re: Deep Carry Pocket, 18650, EDC and Tactical Flashlight Klarus E1

    I saw it before this announcement hit. I have to say I was mildly impressed ...until I saw the proprietary battery. Or rather the non-standard 18650 since it seems several companies have made use of "both contacts on top" type of cell...although not extensive enough to justify buying one myself.

    Gunga's comment is justified. A 100 lumen low and 2 lumen moonlight mode??? I don't think you understand what "moonlight" means. The amount of light from a full moon under a clear night sky is less than one lumen. You could simply call it an ~ULTRALOW~ mode or something, but it's not a true moonlight. I do not consider something that is brighter than an original Surefire 6P incan as "Low output". To me, low output is somewhere under 20 lumens or so and 100 lumens is far too bright. I shouldn't have to wear shades to look under a desk or table in a corner. If you have to avert your gaze when shining it at yourself in low, then it is too bright for low mode. I'd call it a low-medium, or MED1 with the 400 lumens as MED2. Then you could call the 2 lumen mode LOW.

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