XTAR D01 Diving Flashlight CREE R5 350 lumens 18650 Rechargable Battery

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XTAR D01 Diving Flashlight CREE R5 350 lumens 18650 Rechargable Battery

XTAR D01 Diving flashlight CREE R5 350 Lumens

 

Inviting Dealers and Distributors

 

100m Diving XTAR D01 CREE XP-G R5 LED Flashligh

 

l    50000 life span CREE XP-G R5 LED

l    Electrodeless magnetic control switch

l    350 max luminous flux

l    Good condensing smooth reflector

l    250m max range (on land)

l    Constant circuit constant brightness

l    Power by 1*18650 / 18700 / 2*CR123A battery

l    Ordinary anodized Aluminum embedded POM body, anodized aircraft 6061 aluminum head

l    Amphibious 100m deep diving sealed compression resisted design

l    Safety switch design

l    5mm toughened glass

l    3.7~7.0V voltage range

l    198g net weight:

l    44.77mm(head dia) * 30.00mm(body dia) * 143.50mm(length)

 

The Photographs taken in the Philippine Sea

Photographs taken in the Philippine Sea through XTAR D01

Photographs taken in the Philippine Sea through XTAR D01

Photographs taken in the Philippine Sea through XTAR D01

 

Photographs taken in the Philippine Sea through XTAR D01

 

In the hotel

 

Photographs taken in the Philippine hotel

 

Photographs taken in the Philippine hotel

 

 

Contact info:


 

www.xtarlight.com

 

 

info@xtarlight.com

 



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Hello, I don't quite understand how the switch works. Does it have continually variable output levels?

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Nah, it is a magnetic switch which works like a slider with around 15 levels. It may seem infinitely variable sliding switch but it has 15-16 levels if you took the time to slide it very very slowly. It is a nice light. I believe it is HA finihed (had it in hand quite a few times). You have to unscrew the body a quarter turn since the magnetic switch draws current! Drains the battery in a few days! Its very cute nicely machined and generally well made. It can compare to 200€ pro scuba flashlights easily maybe put some others to shame. Well worth the money if you need such a light.

If some1 wants i can grab one and do a review... i have local access to most XTAR flashlights and i can borrow them.

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