Olight M22 Warrior- Review

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Olight M22 Warrior- Review

Hello
This is one of the brightest 1×18650 flashlights from Olight.
Excellent heat dissipating design provides high efficiency.
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First impression-There are beautiful cooling fins on the entire head;It has a smooth reflector with larger diameter than
the normal 1×18650 light;Thick stainless steel crown bezel.

Anodizing is excellent everywhere on the body without gaps and scratches.Beautiful matte black type III hard anodizing.
Nice polished stainless steel bezel.
M22 can be found also with black coated bezel.


Olight M22 Warrior comes in nice small plastic case.

The case contains-the M22 flashlight,interesting semi-hard holster,very useful diffuser,adapter(carrier) for using 2xCR123A batteries,long sturdy lanyard,3 spare O-ring,spare switch cap-it is even glow in the dark,user’s manual and warranty card.Sometimes comes and with two CR123A batteries.


The case is very convenient for carrying spare batteries,diffuser and filters,well protected and organized.
There are optional accessories such as weapon mount,color filters,tactical remote switch.

The holster is different than usual.
I found it not easy to use.There are holes at the top and bottom of the holster and it is made of semi-hard rubber.It’s not easy to put the flashlight in it(actually mine is too narrow),mounting it to my backpack is also not easy.It has one pocket on each side.Good to carry batteries,knives or smaller flashlights.
I prefer a maximum closed holster(to protect the glass from dust and impact),easy to attach to backpack.


Now let see the technical specifications from Olight:

-Aluminum body with anti-scratching type III Hard anodizing.
-Dimension: (L)144mm , (Head) D41mm, (Tube)D25mm
-Weight 146 g (without battery)
-LED Cree XM-L2
-Battery: 2xCR123A OR 1×18650 Rechargeable Battery
-Reflector: Smooth Reflector
-Lens: Tough ultra-clear tempered glass,with anti-reflective coating.
-Three output modes: High 950Lm(1h),Mid 250Lm(3h), Low 20Lm(30h)
-Beam intensity 23,256 cd
-Maximum Throw 305m
-Waterproof IPX8
-Impact Resistance 2m

The cooling fins are very smooth,beveled to avoid sharp edges.The whole body of the flashlight is very well made.No bad edges for my hand.

The pocket clip is good serious sturdy clip,very well attached and locked by the tactical ring.Accidental detaching is not possible.

The tail switch is forward clicky with momentary on activating.
M22 can’t be used in candle mode(tail standing) because the switch is too protrude and there is not enough periphery around it.
But this makes it easy to use.The switch itself is just right hardness-not too stiff,not too loose.

The tactical grip ring is metallic,securely locked in place-no free moving,rotating.Some people prefer to remove the ring,but I don’t recommend that,because the tactical grip ring is very important for the good stable grip.
There’s no sharp edges around the switch.


Olight M22 is equipped with LED Cree XM-L2.

Anti reflective coated,ultra clear glass.
The LED is perfectly centered to provides maximum concentrated spot in the beam.




M22 uses a special red sealing O-ring for the glass lens.It is not regular circular cut.It is C shape and seals he glass in front,back and side position.
Also provides excellent impact protection.
The bezel is thicker than usual and also helps for better protection on the glass lens and reflector.
Can be used also for tactical purposes and self defense.


The flashlight body can be disassembled into three main parts.

The screw threads on the head side are square cut,very well made with smooth screwing.

The screw threads on the tail cap are also square cut.They are anodized excellently for better resistance and lock-out is possible here,to prevent accidental activating the light.The O-rings are well greased,the anodized thread is also greased for smooth screwing.

The battery tube is thinner than expected for a flashlight with so thick bezel and maximum power of 950 lumens.
I prefer thicker walls,they will maintain better with the heating of the LED and will provide better resistance.
The thinner walls make the flashlight lightweight and it is very comfortable to carry and if it is gun mounted.
There is a spring at the head,to protect the battery and driver board from impact.
There is enough space for thick protected batteries like Sanyo 18650 protected.

Excellent performance with a Keeppower 3400mAh protected battery.
Maximum runtime.Maximum current to the LED.


Thanks to the Wide smooth reflector,the beam has very good concentrated hotspot with good smooth spill.
The light from the XM-L2 LED used in my sample is cool white with yellowish tint,visible mwhen compared to other whiter(cooler) XM-L2 lights.

User Interface
M22 has very nice simple UI.
Three constant lighting modes and one flashing-strobe.
Low-Medium-High lighting mode can be selected by twisting the head.
Fully press the tail switch to turn ON/OFF.
When turning OFF,the last used mode will be memorized(instantly-no need to wait 3 sec.)

M22 uses forward tactical switch and that is also used in the UI.
From OFF – single half pressing activates last used mode;
- double half pressing activates High mode;
- triple half pressing activates strobe;
Fully press(click) to lock the mode.
I like the quick access to High and Strobe,but to do this the light should be in OFF position(because we use momentary ON for controlling the driver).

Something that I miss here is possibility of using the momentary ON for signaling.It is just impossible in this flashlight.

Current draw measurements-input current
Battery Keeppower 3400
U=4.197V
I high=2.85A
I mid=760mA
I low=71mA

Discharge test

Sanyo 2600 Vs Keeppower 3400

The values after the step down are a little different because the curve is calculated by the percentage of the initial brightness.

High-Medium-Low in percentages


Beam shots

1meter, 1/20sec , WB locked

Lumintop TD16, XTAR B20, Klarus ST11, Klarus XT11, 52mm SMO XM-L, C8 XM-L U3, C8 XP-G2

5 meters, 1/6sec, WB locked
Fluorescent room lighting, Olight M22, Lumintop TD16, XTAR B20, Klarus ST11, Klarus XT11, 52mm SMO XM-L, C8 XM-L U3, C8 XP-G2

Olight M22 with diffuser.

Outdoor Beam shots
Olight M22 Low-Mid-High

Olight M22 Low-Mid-High Diffused

Comparison to other lights
The place where I took this pictures is great.There is a tree on the right that help us to see how wide is the beam.This tree also has different colored leaves.We can see the difference in the color reproducing between the light from these flashlights.

Some of the other flashlights

The grip is very good thanks to the tactical ring.M22 is shorter than I expected,but is sufficiently handy.


Video

As usual in my new reviews I test the flashlights in the river.
Olight M22 successfully passed the test.



In conclusion I can say that the Olight M22 is excellent flashlight if you need powerful well throwing flashlight with nice big,smooth reflector in comfortable size.
There are some cons personally for me that I already described above,but they are absolutely not a deal breaker.This flashlight is recommended for every flashaholic.

Thanks for Reading!

- Special thanks to Olight and their distributor for providing M22 Warrior for review. –

Edited by: sb56637 on 08/26/2014 - 17:19
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Again,nice pictures.. used lighting (Sun?reflector?) Very well.

Did you notice the rings in the reflector? Do they also show in the beam when pointing at a wall?

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Nice review of a nice light! Smile

Thanks for sharing.

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ChibiM wrote:

Again,nice pictures.. used lighting (Sun?reflector?) Very well.

Did you notice the rings in the reflector? Do they also show in the beam when pointing at a wall?


Thanks
I just stand under a tree when taking pictures.I use only my camera and tripod.I don’t have a special equipment.
I just put maximum effort.
This is link to the gallery with the beam shots on 5 meters.You can see them larger.album 1/6sec album 1/50sec
I don’t see any rings on the wall.
The beam is much better than the C8 lights I have.
Thanks

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Thanks for the review FlashLion. Looks like a nice light.

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Nice style of pictures.

I can't really see the rings, but that's not always clear on pictures either, but

IMG_6891z M22 50 has some hints of rings.

What country are you from if I may ask?

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East europe. I think this is quite enough. :Sp

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Ok, gotcha.

Please keep posting your reviews, they are always good to watch and read.

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Thanks, nice review.

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Thanks for review. Beautiful photos as always.

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 I really like the water immersion tests with light. In the river1

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thanks, that was a great review. loved all the pictures. hey do you happen to have an olight m20, or m21s the one with the secondary switch for instant strobe?
i trying to see if the tail caps are interchangeable so that i can put mine onto that m22.

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Thank you all for your comments! Dirol

blueb8llz wrote:
thanks, that was a great review. loved all the pictures. hey do you happen to have an olight m20, or m21s the one with the secondary switch for instant strobe?
i trying to see if the tail caps are interchangeable so that i can put mine onto that m22.

Thank you!

Sorry,I don’t own other M lights.The tail caps look similar,but I can’t confirm that they are interchangeable.

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Great photos!!!

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Thanks a lot for the review! Frontpage’d and Sticky’d.

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Thanks for the review

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Hello
I’ve updated my review with a discharge(brightness) curve.
It is interesting to see the difference between using Sanyo 2600 and Keeppower 3400.
On the left is brightness in %. Down is the time in minutes.

The value of the step down is a little different because the curves are calculated by the percentage of the initial brightness.

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Your commitment to detail is appreciated, and the animated series of the light assembly and 360 rotation is nothing short of superb! As a photographer myself, this level of work is greatly appreciated and as a flashaholic you’ve made this light look simply irresistible!

Thanks for a job well done! Wink

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Thank you very much Dale.
Your feedback is very important for me.

I really like to make reviews in my style.
The M22 is excellent flashlight,one of the best I’ve tested and deserves this review.

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I love its packaging. Something I can reuse for something else. Wink

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Awesome review and photography. Thank you for taking the time to do this for all of us.

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ri chevy wrote:
Awesome review and photography. Thank you for taking the time to do this for all of us.

Thank you!
I love to make reviews of this type.This is the best way to enjoy my hobbies-flashlights and photography. Dirol

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Wow FlashLion amazing pictures & amazing light ! I just wish it could tail stand.

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I’m still totally blown away by the animated GIF’s and would love it if you could PM me with some details on how you accomplished that! Awesome work! One of the most complete photo reviews I’ve ever seen with some highly innovative displays.

Great job!

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Outstanding review and graphics !! Very professional.

Thanks for doing these. :crown:

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Thank you guys for your comments! Dirol

DBCstm,this particular animated GIF contains 85 still images taken one by one.

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FlashLion wrote:
animated GIF contains 85 still images taken one by one.

:O

Thanks for your efforts!

Btw, your pics have an artistic value, you can also upload them to dA Smile


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I know, I counted 81 of em, and I know full well what it takes in effort and time to do that. You do indeed have a creative talent, and you’re good at putting it together. I hope to see more reviews from you and also hope to emulate that animated GIF myself. Wink

Not sure how you managed some of the parts, like activating the light without it showing in the animation, but I’ll figure it out.

Thank you, again, for your dedication and hard work!

(I have taken stacked macro images with that many individual images, in the end merged into a single shot, it’s time consuming taking them, and even more time consuming in the computer putting everything together!)

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Check out the animation in my Jetbeam review.It was a great challenge.
I can make this GIFs look much better,but there is a limit of 5mb file size on the site which I use for image host.If you can recommend me a site with higher limit will be great.
The way I take pictures does not require using photo stacking,so there’s only one picture with two stacked images.The picture that shows the stainless steel bezel.
Thanks
It’s nice to comment here about photography.

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The pics to compare tell the tale. Love it. It may be my next purchase.

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Nice review!!

I am getting mine Monday. I am sure I will like it. This will be my 4th light in this output range.[830 to 960 lumens]. Jetbeam BC-40, TK-35, EA4 and now the M22!! I justify it as similar output but different UI’s, sizes and battery types!

It will also be light #18 in 11 months!! :O Flashaholic anniv. is November 24th!

However, sometimes I ask myself, “Why do I keep buying lights”? No matter what the answer is at the time,I buy them anyway!!! Wink

It really boils down to “Wants vs. Needs”!! I don’t NEED it but I WANT it! J)

I think that applies to just about everybody on here, at least all the TRUE flashaholics!!

Keep lighting up the darkness!!

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The lights are never enough.It’s always good to try something new. :bigsmile:
I am sure you will like M22. Check out also Lumintop TD16,if you like flashlights with this form.

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FlashLion wrote:
The lights are never enough.It’s always good to try something new. :bigsmile: I am sure you will like M22. Check out also Lumintop TD16,if you like flashlights with this form.

Absolutely sir!!

I checked out the Lumintop,,very similar to the M22 I am getting tomorrow.

I am looking forward to comparing the M22 to the Fenix TK-35. I realize that the M22 only uses 1X18650 while the TK-75 uses 2X18650.

However, the output is similar. The TK-35 does have 5744 more cd, max lumens are about the same according to SB’S review [860].

One difference is the TK-35 has 25 minute “Timed” step downs where I step back up again and it can maintain[direct current/constant brightness] the 860 lumens for the duration of the battery charge! I am a turbo freak as you can tell!

I am starting to enjoy these mid ranged lights more, where I do not need to use my TK-75 or BST to walk the Siberian in the semi wilderness!!

Keep lighting up the darkness!!

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nice review thanks! ordered the M22 after looking at various other lights in this class..I love the 3 tap to strobe option as I will be using this as a work light and need strobe in emergencies..this is my first light purchase in over 13-14 months..

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What a beautiful light. I have been eyeing this light for some time now just not sure if I should spend that much with my bad economy. :tired:

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harry I got mine off ebay from luxshophk..it was a good price and very fast shipping..if you can afford it you can’t go wrong with the light..been using mine as a duty belt light for a couple months now and it’s awesome..lots of light, decent throw, hidden strobe..it’s a very good duty light..

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pounder wrote:
harry I got mine off ebay from luxshophk..it was a good price and very fast shipping..if you can afford it you can’t go wrong with the light..been using mine as a duty belt light for a couple months now and it’s awesome..lots of light, decent throw, hidden strobe..it’s a very good duty light..

I bought my S10 L2 from the same seller last month . $34 and only 5 days shipping. I thought about M22 at first but the light I really need as EDC should be smaller and S10 fit the description at half the price. Now I wish I ordered the M22 too. Maybe next month. :bigsmile:
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I also would like to get one!

@Wolfdog what brand do you like the most of those 4?

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Very good pictures!
I would like to have one like this. :bigsmile:

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Nice little light. Great review. For the record, I have two P60 style light engines that produce 1100 lumens on a single cell and 1600 lumens with two cells. Just saying.

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Hi,
This flashlight suck a lot of current on turbo, even a good quality 18650 can not maintain max constant output more than 7-10 minutes, when is at ~3,8V must recharge to have full power on turbo.

I use 2×18350 IMR Xtar 850 mAh (I don’t know for sure if the circuit is overstress) and results are great so far, visible more output (I would say ~800+ lumens vs ~900+ lumens with 2×18350) and constant at to the end. Even at ~3,5V with 18350 on turbo is max output.
On med I have more than 1 hour constant output.
Charged only at ~3,85V stay (till now) 1 hour on medium and is still able to go on full turbo Smile

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This is normal. With two batteries in series the voltage is always over the LED Vf and it’s easier for the driver to maintain max output.
The M22 is compatible with 2xRCR(18350). You can use them without concerns.
Congrats to your choice. M22 is a very good flashlight. Dirol
The only problem I had(two times) with it is loose retaining ring(on the tail cap).Check it often.

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Thank you for your info Smile
Indeed is a very good light, I liked it a lot, good finishing, in few words a high quality light.
In total dark is crazy bright, my friends was puzzled, so much light from such a small thing :bigsmile:

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I dedomed the led (not me) its over my expectations !! Now the light is a little more warm, the beam is more concentrated, I would say that on medium almost reach the distance from high before dedom (I don’t exaggerate ) , there are no artifacts or defects in the light.
If was rated at 22-23000 cd, now in my eyes appear aprx 40-45000 cd.

Compared with my Nitecore MT40 (rated at 32-34000 cd) now M22 throws further with 40-50 meters!

I’m very happy and I recommend this modification if you have the possibility, is almost the perfect flashlight: small/compact, neutral light, throw is very nice.
I run continuously with IMR 2×18350 (good runtime, full turbo to the end)

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Thanks for the info Octavian.
It’s great to know that the M22’s reflector works well with a de-domed LED.
The peak beam intensity,really should be about double the cd of the stock LED.

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Hi, outside in darkness is easy to see that throws a little further than Nitecore MT 40 (is the only flashlight from collection that I can compare in throw ) which is very very nice Smile
And the light is warm, so nice… Smile
The single big disadvantage is that is getting hot quickly (like many other small xm-l flashlights)
Below some pictures three meters from the wall, this is aprx what my eyes see (but is no greenish )

I will try also outside to make some photos.

http://s280.photobucket.com/user/rachiebuna/library/?view=recent&page=1

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I love the design of this torch, but I don't like the button which extends past the end, which translates to accidental activation in a pocket.

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You can unscrew a little the tail and the button will don’t activate the light even if is pressed accidentally.
I always do this if I keep the light in pocket or backpack etc.

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Side by side Olight M22 dd and Nitecore MT40, tree at aprx 100-110 yards.
Camera set at iso 1600, 1/5 sec, 55mm.

For sure 40-45000 cd.
What can I say…a compact little thrower :bigsmile:

http://s280.photobucket.com/user/rachiebuna/library/M22%20vs%20MT40?sort...

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Octavian wrote:
Side by side Olight M22 dd and Nitecore MT40, tree at aprx 100-110 yards.
Camera set at iso 1600, 1/5 sec, 55mm.

For sure 40-45000 cd.
What can I say…a compact little thrower :bigsmile:

http://s280.photobucket.com/user/rachiebuna/library/M22%20vs%20MT40?sort...

Nice tint as well.

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