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LED Lenser 9407 P7.2

Hello and Happy Monday to you! Welcome to the early edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com where we update you on the most recent reviews of lighting instruments posted online. Have you decided on the flashlight gift that you intend to purchase coming up to the holiday period? If you settle on a rechargeable item make sure the flashlight pack is complete with batteries and charger to avoid the recipient having to make additional purchases. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Budget Light Forum

AWT IMR16340 550mAh battery - Review

Enova All-4 Charger - Review

Led Lenser P7.2 - Review - Flashlight

Candle Power Forums

Nitecore EC20 – Review - Flashlight

FandyFire YL-3 Warrior – Review - Flashlight

Fenix LD60 – Review - Flashlight

YouTube

Coast HP1 Focusing LED Flashlight - ReviewFlashlight

Coleman MAX Flashlight – Review - Flashlight

Fenix E12 – ReviewFlashlight

Harbor Freight – HFT 3½” LED Mini Flashlight - Review

Olight M3X - Review - Flashlight

Olight SR Mini Intimidator – ReviewFlashlight

ThruNite TN12 – ReviewFlashlight

Ultrafire 7W Compact Flashlight and Charger Set – ReviewFlashlight

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Yougle zoomable Cree Xm-l T6 LED mini flashlight

Today we take a look at one of those budget flashlight packs which includes a purchase of a bright flashlight, rechargeable battery and charger for $25 or less. The Yougle mini flashlight may not be readily recognizable however this light would be adequate for home use and outdoor activities such as camping, biking and hiking. The bronze colored Yougle flashlight which measures 115mm in length, is constructed from an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy and features an anti-slip design, a metal clip for convenience and a crenellated bezel for self defense. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XM-L T6 LED emitter which produces upwards to 1200 lumens and five light modes: High; Mid; Low; Strobe and SOS. The Yougle mini flashlight is powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery. The flashlight is operated by a push-button switch in the tailcap which glows in the dark. Additionally, the flashlight’s beam can be manipulated by extending or retracting the bezel to achieve the desired brightness level.

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Fenix PD22 Ultimate Edition

So you would like a powerful, compact, feature-packed flashlight that literally fits into the palm of your hand. Nitecore recently released their 128mm EC20 EDC flashlight and now Fenix has broadened the selection of quality mini flashlights for you to choose from with their 90mm long PD22 Ultimate Edition release. The PD22 UE represents a significant upgrade of the PD22 boosting the lumen output from 200 to 510 lumens and extending the flashlight’s beam from 113 to 130 meters.

The Fenix PD22 UE is encased in an aircraft-grade aluminum casing and features an anti-roll slip- resistant design, an anodized anti-abrasive finish and a metal clip for convenience. The flashlight contains a Cree XP-L V5 LED emitter and can be powered by one 16340 rechargeable Li-ion battery or one 3V CR123A Lithium battery. The PD22 UE produces six light modes: Turbo 510 Lumens 16340 Battery 45 Min – 400 Lumens CR123A Battery 1Hr 15 Min; High 200 Lumens 16340 Battery 1Hr 50Min – CR123A Battery 2Hr 20Min; Mid 60 Lumens 16340 Battery 7Hr – CR123A Battery 10Hr; Low 6 Lumens 16340 Battery 50Hr – CR123A Battery 100Hr; Strobe 510 Lumens 16340 Battery – 400 Lumens CR123A Battery; SOS 200 Lumens.

The Fenix PD22 UE features an intelligent drive circuit which automatically recognizes the battery loaded and chooses the corresponding working mode to maximise the energy efficiency of both rechargeable 16340 Li-ion battery and CR123A Lithium battery. The flashlight also features digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness throughout the duration of the charge and a low-voltage warning function to remind you to replace the battery. Reverse polarity protection protects against improper battery installation and overheat protection avoids high temperature on the surface of the light.

The PD22 UE is operated by a mode selection side switch and a push button switch in the tail cap which you tap and hold for momentary-on and press for constant-on. To access the flashlight’s light modes when the light is turned on you press the side switch to cycle through in the order of Turbo, Low, Mid and High. Press and hold the switch for one second to access the Strobe mode and three seconds for the SOS mode. A Fenix AOD-S diffuser is included in the PD22 UE flashlight pack to attach to the head of the light to provide suitable lighting for reading.

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Fenix UC35

Fenix has introduced the pocketable UC35 tactical flashlight which features a Micro-USB charging port which allows you to connect the flashlight to a power source for recharging. The UC35 measures 150mm in length is built from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy. The flashlight features an anti-roll, slip-resistant design and an hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.

The Fenix UC35 contains a Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED emitter which combined with an ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating produces a maximum output of 960 lumens, a beam of 200 meters and six light modes: Turbo 960 Lumens 1Hr 30Min; High 480 Lumens 2Hr 40Min; Mid 180 Lumens 9Hr 15Min; Low 50 Lumens 38Hr; Eco 14 lumens 150Hr; Strobe 960 Lumens. The flashlight can be powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A Lithium batteries. A Fenix 3200mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery is include in the Fenix UC35 flashlight pack.

The UC35 is operated by a push button power switch in the tailcap which provides access to momentary-on and constant-on functions and a mode selection side switch which facilitates access to the various brightness levels. To recharge the flashlight using the USB port you must first turn off the flashlight and connect to power source. Press the tail switch for charging and a red light will indicate charging is in progress. A green light indicates the battery is fully charged. Press the tail switch to terminate charging and disconnect the USB cable from the flashlight.

The Fenix UC35 features digitally regulated output which maintains constant brightness and reverse polarity protection which guards against improper battery installation. The flashlight also features a low-voltage warning function which reminds you to replace the battery and over-heat protection to avoid high-temperature on the surface of the flashlight. The UC35 with its pocket clip would be an ideal EDC for use around the home or shop as well as for outdoor activities such as camping, caving hiking and hunting.

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FENIX LD50 1800 Lumen Dual CREE XM-L2 LED slim Flashlight

Hello and Happy Thursday to you! Welcome to the second of our bi-weekly updates of Flashlight Reviews from around the Web here at FlashlightPacks.com. Do you prefer to buy brand-name flashlights or are you satisfied with the output of budget priced items? On the one hand you have the user who would choose a not-so-popular brand of light for him or herself, while seeking to impress others with a gift of a popular brand of light. And then you have the other users who would purchase only the “best” for themselves while having no compunction with gifting another with “el cheapo”. Either way, illumination is provided. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Black Diamond Spot Headlamp – Review – Zachary Robbins – Headlamp

KLARUS XT1C – Review – Airsoft and Military – Flashlight

Light And Motion Taz 1500 Bike Light – Review – Bike Radar – Bike Light

Lupine Piko 4 SC Helmet Light – Review – Bike Radar – Bike Light

ORP Bike Light with built in dual horn – Review - MTBR

SportsTek 4-In-1 Multifunction LED Headlamp – Review – Dad Does – Headlamp

Budget Light Forum

Basen 18650 2500mAh BS186D – Review

Nitecore EC20 – ReviewFlashlight

Pioneer C8 – Review

TrustFire TR-3T6 – Review - Flashlight

Ultrafire CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight Torch Zoomable Model 3 – ReviewFlashlight

Ultrafire XM-L T6 Zoom Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Vgl hp-617 – Review

Candle Power Forums

Fenix LD50 – ReviewFlashlight

Lumintop HL01 – Review

YouTube

Coast G19 – ReviewFlashlight

Energizer Micro Led EDC Keychain – Review

Insight HX200 – ReviewFlashlight

SportsTek LightWear 4-in-1 Multi-Function LED Headlamp – ReviewHeadlamp

Tasco 250 Lumen Led XR5 Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Thrunite Ti2 – ReviewFlashlight

Xtreme Bright’s IllumiLock Bike Lock – ReviewBike Lock

 

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Flashlight Of The Day: NexScene WF502B 5 Mode Torch

NexScene WF502B

As has been alluded to several times here on FlashlightPacks.com, there are several quality alternatives available for a user to choose from if the the cost of the name brand flashlights appear out of reach. The NexScene WF502B flashlight is one those sub $20 items which deliver the features most users require of a lighting tool. It is sleek, very bright and has several brightness levels.

The NexScene WF502B is housed in an anodized aerospace-grade aluminum alloy and features a metal clip for convenience and a crenellated strike bezel which can be useful for breaking glass in an emergency situation. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XM-L U2 LED emitter which produces a maximum output of 1600 lumens, a beam of 100 meters and five light modes: High; Mid; Low; Strobe and SOS. The NexScene WF502B is powered by one rechargeable 18650 3.7V Li-ion battery which is sold separately. The flashlight is operated by a push button switch in the tailcap which facilitates access to the light’s brightness levels. The NexScene WF502B flashlight would be more than adequate for home security needs and would definitely be an asset out on the camping and hiking adventures.

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Sunwayman R15A: Compact twisty EDC delivers 90 lumens

Sunwayman R15A

Do you desire an EDC flashlight to attach to your keychain, keyring or lanyard? Somehow you just don’t want to have a flashlight in your pocket. No problem, the nifty Sunwayman R15A produces a maximum output of 90 lumens with a soft beam that is easy on the eyes. The R15A is encased in an anodized aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and features a knurling design at the head.

The flashlight utilizes a Cree XP-G2 R5 LED which delivers a maximum beam of 53.4 meters and two light modes: High 90 Lumens 2Hr; Low 5 Lumens 38Hr. The R15A is powered by one 1.5V AA (alkaline, NI-MH, nickel-cadmium) battery. The Sunwayman R15A flashlight is operated by simply twisting the head for the light modes as well as turning on/off the flashlight. Twist the head in counter-clockwise direction to tighten the head for high output and in clockwise direction to loosen the head a little for low output and to turn off the light. The flashlight also features a constant current circuit which ensures a bright steady beam and reverse battery protection which protects against incorrect battery installation. The Sunwayman R15A flashlight pack comes complete with a key ring and O-ring.

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Nitecore Tube

Nightcore has introduced the T Series Tube keychain flashlight which is lightweight and rechargeable with a built-in rechargeable battery and USB charger.The Nitecore Tube is housed in a tough Polycarbonate casing and features a stainless steel key ring connector which can withstand a 35kg weight. The Tube’s LED produces a maximum output of 45 lumens for a one hour runtime and a one lumen output for a 48 hour runtime. The key chain light is powered by an integrated Li-ion battery which is recharged via a USB connection to a power supply. The Nitecore Tube is operated by by a multi-stage switch which facilitates access to the light’s brightness levels. With the advent of flashlight apps on cellphones the sale of keychain lights has taken a beating so it is indeed a breath of fresh air to view this new innovative device from Nitecore.

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Vortex Underwater Flashlight

Hello and Happy Saturday to you! Welcome to this Saturday’s edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com where we do the work for you and present the most recent reviews of your favorite lighting instruments posted online. Have you had the experience using your flashlight recently where a couple weeks ago it would not have been necessary? Or, regrettably, have you been caught in the dark without any means of illumination? Without a doubt I am sure you would agree you could do no harm in packing an EDC before you venture outdoors. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Elzetta Alpha – Review – Layman’s Flashlight Reviews

LED Lenser USA NEO Headlamp - Review – Run Oregon - Headlamp

LuxPro Flashlight – Review – Dad Of Divas - Flashlight

Patriot FUEL Active Mobile Rechargeable 2000mAh Battery - Review – WP Central - Battery

Petzl Tikka RXP Headlamp – Review – Feed The Habit - Headlamp

Snow Peak SnowMiner Headlamp - Review – Modern Hiker - Headlamp

Unilite Headlamp - Review – Believe In The Run

Vortex LED Dynamo Flashlight – Review - All purpose Guru – Flashlight

Budget Light Forum

AWT IMR18350 700mAh – Review - Battery

Efan IMR18350 700mAh 10.5A - Review - Battery

Efest IMR 18650 3100mAh 20A V2 - Review - Battery

Efest LUC S2 Charger - Review – Charger

JAX Mini C8 - Review

JOBSMART 130 Lumens Adjustable Focus CREE LED Flashlight - Review

Storacell (Powerpax) 4×18650 Battery Caddy – ReviewBattery Caddy

UltraFire 503B – Review - Flashlight

Ultrafire XM-L T6 Zoom Flashlight - Review - Flashlight

Sony US26650VT - Review

Uniquefire C108S - Review – Flashlight

YouTube

Black Diamond Spot – Review - Headlamp

Coast HP1 – ReviewFlashlight

ImpelTronics Magnetic Flashlight – Review

SportsTek LightWear 4-in-1 Multi-Function LED Headlamp – ReviewHeadlamp

SUREFIRE G2X – ReviewFlashlight

Thrunite Neutron 2A V2 – Review - Flashlight

ThruNite TN12 – ReviewFlashlight

ThruNite T10 – ReviewFlashlight

 

 

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Lumintop ED20-T

Lumintop has upgraded their ED20 flashlight to tactical status with the inclusion of a mode switch button and an increased output of 750 lumens. The flashlight is built from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and features a unibody design and an anodized anti-abrasive finish. Additionally, the flashlight also features a standard 1 inch body diameter which is designed so that it can be equipped with a remote switch and gun rail mount. The Lumintop ED20-T utilizes a Cree XM-L2 U2 LED which delivers a maximum output of 750 lumens, a beam of 230 meters and five light modes: High 750 Lumens 2Hr 30Min; Mid 160 Lumens 10Hr; Low 20 Lumens 60Hr; Strobe; SOS.

The flashlight can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery, or two CR123 or two CR123A batteries. The Lumintop ED20-T is operated by a dual-switch system located in the tailcap. The power switch turns the flashlight on and off. The mode switch provides access to the flashlight’s brightness levels. The compact Lumintop ED20-T measuring 4.84 inches would make for a good EDC but the flashlight would otherwise be an ideal lighting instrument for the next hiking, camping or caving adventure.

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