|Product Dimensions||12.19 x 2.39 x 2.39 cm; 79 Grams|
ThorFire 18650 Flashlight with Battery and Charger, 1070 Lumen XML2 Led Ultra Bright EDC Pocket Light(VG15S) with 5 Modes for Camping, Hiking,Cycling …
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UPDATE: This light is so good I've bought 2 of them now, they are also the perfect gift as they come with a battery and charger as well
was late putting it together so missed the "return window" - don't waste your money.
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The short: It's a great little light for $30. My biggest gripe is the throw of the beam, it seems short. It's very bright for about 30 feet and then drops off very quickly. It has a very large, very bright hot spot. Which depending on your needs may be perfect for you. I wanted a more focused, longer casting beam. The next issue with the light output is the relatively slow strobe function. If you have a desire to use this an EDC light the strobe is meant to disorient your target, this light simulates a rave. If you want to reference for a good strobe go check out Streamlight TLR-1. My last gripe is the button, you can tell it is cheap and doesn't inspire confidence.
The good: The battery seems high quality, and the charger is a nice addition. On turbo mode (where I keep it at) up to 30 feet, this will light up your world. Also, the construction is actually pretty good, feels solid, no sharp edges and a good strike bezel.
If you just want a simple cheap light to carry with you in a bag/purse, throw in your car, nightstand etc...this is up your alley.
Some side notes, I tore this flashlight down to look into it. all of the soldering looks clean. The driver board is held nicely by a reverse threaded brass retaining screw. The strike bezel is screwed in and the glass is sealed with an o-ring, as is everywhere else. This could take a shallow plunge and probably be fine. It feels good in the hand and the clip is held firmly on.
This flashlight is a Chinesium flashlight and is sold under many different names besides Thorfire. If you go read some of the flashlight forums you'll find quite a few flashlights similar to this. Most people seem happy with them. Just know you are buying a $30 flashlight. It should serve most people well but keep that price point in mind. I am going to keep it but will only carry it until I find a suitable replacement with a better strobe and longer throw.
The battery does not charge and now when it on its brightest setting it turns off after 30 seconds. Not impressed at all.