The Lumintop IYP365 is a neat handy penlight which produces a maximum output of 200 lumens and a beam throw distance up to sixty meters. The IYP365 is a lighting instrument that would be of some utility to medical professionals doing eye examinations and technicians working in confined spaces. The penlight measures just over five inches in length and weighs a mere 0.81 ounces without the batteries installed. The IYP365 is constructed of an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features gold-plated brass rings on both ends of the light and a Type III hard anodized, anti-abrasive Black finish. The penlight also features a stainless steel pocket clip and tail switch.
The Fenix SD20 is a truly waterproof flashlight designed for use underwater by both amateur and professional divers during their nighttime adventures. The diving light produces a maximum output of 1000 lumens of white light and 105 lumens of red light. The SD20 measures 8.19 inches in length and weighs 8.64 ounces without batteries.
Hello and Happy Sunday! Welcome to the weekend edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. In today’s roundup of recent postings from around the Web we have reviews of the Klarus XT11S, JETBeam C8,ThruNite flashlights and headlamps, Nitecore MH40GT, Lumintop Tool Titanium and the new Factor Cossatot 1000 and 1000XL lights among several others. Enjoy!
Today’s flashlight pack deal offers three UltraFire 3W Q5 mini flashlights for sub twelve bucks. With three lights in your possession you could place one in the glove compartment of your car or truck and one each in your home and shop. In the event of a low light emergency there would always be a flashlight close at hand. The UltraFire 3W Q5 flashlight can be powered by one 18650 3.7 volt Li-ion rechargeable battery or three AAA (NiMH/Alkaline). A battery sleeve is included for use with the 18650 battery and a holder for the AAA batteries.
The UltraFire 3W Q5 measures 135mm in length and has a head diameter of 35mm. The mini flashlight is housed in an aerospace-grade aluminum casing which features an anti-roll, skid-proof design and an anodized, anti-abrasive, black finish. The light utilizes a Cree XM-L Q5 LED, a metal reflector and a convex, mineral glass lens. The flashlight produces a maximum output of 350 lumens, a beam distance of up to 100 meters and three light modes; High, Low and Strobe. The UltraFire is operated by a push-button switch in the tailcap which controls the on/off operation and access to the brightness levels. The flashlight’s beam can also be adjusted to zoom-in and zoom-out by twisting the head for the desired focus.
The BeamLite BLM1123 is an USB powered flashlight with a built-in rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery which produces a maximum runtime of approximately twelve hours. To charge or recharge this flashlight, simply unscrew the tailcap to reveal the USB charger and plug into any external USB power source such as your laptop or car charger. The mini flashlight weighs 3.7 ounces and is housed inside an aircraft-grade alloy which features a stainless steel bezel and an anodized, anti-abrasive black finish. The flashlight also features a flat tailcap which allows the light to be used as a candle.
The BeamLite utilizes a Cree XLamp XP-E Q5 LED, a smooth reflector and a tough ultra, mineral glass lens. The flashlight produces a maximum output of 1200 lumens, a beam throw distance of 300 meters and three light modes; High, Low and Strobe. The BeamLite is operated by a side switch which facilitates the on/off operation and access to the brightness levels. The switch features a battery level indicator which turns red when the battery is charging and blue when fully charged. Press the switch to turn on/off the flashlight. With the flashlight turned on tap the switch to cycle through the various brightness levels. The BeamLite BLM1123 also has a zoom-in and zoom-out feature where you slide the head out and in to adjust the beadm to the desired focus. The BeamLite BLM1123 comes packaged with a lanyard for easy carry.
Happy Sunday and thanks for stopping by at our weekly listing of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. Yes folks, it is that time of year when you check your emergency kit or supplies to make sure you have the necessary items in stock in the event any hurricane-related weather comes your way. While you may have working batteries in your flashlight it would still be useful to purchase some extras to ensure you are provided with illumination should an emergency arise. Here is today’s list of flashlight reviews. Enjoy!
The Fenix CL30R camping lantern delivers a maximum output of 650 lumens which illuminate an area of 35 meters in diameter. The lantern also serves as a portable power bank for USB powered devices. The CL30R measures 136mm in height and has a diameter of 93mm. The lantern weighs 412 grams excluding batteries and other accessories. The CL30R features a stainless steel hanging loop and a tripod socket under the base which facilitates the use of the lantern in providing area lighting.
The TK15UE LED flashlight from Fenix throws a light beam extending outwards to 325 meters which is sure to endear this light to search and rescue, law enforcement and security personnel. The flashlight measures 5.6 inches in length, weighs 5 ounces without batteries and comes in Black and Cadet Grey. The Fenix TK15UE is constructed from an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy which features an anti-roll, anti-slip design and a stainless steel strike bezel. The flashlight also features a titanium plated, stainless steel pocket clip, a tactical tail grip ring and a type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.
The Nitecore MT1U is an ultraviolet flashlight which is designed for use in detecting counterfeit documents and money, forensic science, gasoline inspection, amber and jewelry detection and fluorescence activation. The MT1U measures 4.88 inches in length and weighs 2.65 ounces without batteries. The flashlight is housed inside an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features diamond knurling and a HAIII military grade hard-anodized, black finish.
Hello and Happy Saturday! Thanks for checking out our weekly listing of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. With just one week to go before Father’s Day, there could not be a more opportune time to select that special flashlight for the important male in your life. We have a fairly long list of reviews today to assist you with your research into user experiences with several brands of lights. Dont see the flashlight you are interested listed here? Then check out our extensive archives where you are sure to find just what you are looking for. Disclaimer: Should you decide to purchase a flashlight from a link on our site we will receive a small commission from Amazon.com which goes towards the maintenance of the site.