I will fill in more later. I just wanted to get the photos up and what specs I had.
Plastic Lens and Reflector. They look to be XP-G2 leds. I could be wrong, but they are small in real life.
I think it is a painted surface.
Might be Ano, but it does chip easily on the edges.
OAL - 126mm
Weight - 1lb 2.1oz
Head/Bezel Major OD - 68.5mm
Body OD - 42.1mm
Body ID - 34.5mm
Body Length - 175mm
Pill Major OD - 42.05mm
Driver OD - 28.2mm
Contact Plate OD - 34.6mm
Driver Pocket ID - 29.95mm and Depth - 21.5mm
Reflector OD 58.85mm
Reflector Depth - 39mm
Lens OD - 59.58mm
Reflector is Plastic
Lens is Plastic
A screw holds the reflector on from inside the pill.
The driver is wrapped with Kapton tape to keep it from shorting.
The Driver retainer ring is REVERSE THREADED!
The Batteries measured 1.585V, 1.584V, 1.585V from the package
Amps on High at turn on were 4.5 amps, after 30 seconds it stabilized at 4 amps. At turn on, the amps Slowly came up to 4.5 (about 4 seconds of slowly rising). Low mode was 500mA.
Part# 1000 016 980
SKU# 6 94377720454
As far as I am concerned, it's not worth modding, but it would be a great 500-600 lumen light for a novice, due to the ability to use D Alkalines. Two modes, high and low. There is noticeable PWM on HIGH, but not on LOW, (with my camera, not by eye).
I believe it is painted, not Anodized. All threads are poor to just passing. The plastic lens and reflector are fair to poor.
As I say, great light for a novice or for the average person who wants a really bright light that will not last long on Alkaline batteries. Drawing 4 amps off Alkalines is like shooting yourself in the foot.
I'm returning it to the store. I only got it to give you guys a look see.
I just measured the leds. They are XP format, not XM format. Probably XP-G2 and it would be about right, 4 amps, 3 leds in parallel, 1.33 amps per led.