It’s a video review, suprise! If you hate videos then you’ll have to wait until it’s reviewed by the next guy (jmpaul). I was able to crank this review out in 5 days, but hopefully the quality didn’t suffer. I was trying to be courteous to everyone on the list. This light should be on everyone’s radar by now, so I guess it doesn’t need much of an introduction. The Meteor is brighter than anything I own, and for it’s size to lumen output it has to be pretty much the brightest there is. It’s truly a wow light, in just about every sense. Also I’m pretty sure it weighs more than the much bigger Sky Ray King, and it’s twice as bright. About the only thing I didn’t care for was the driver. I hope the next person has better luck with it than I. It’s not that it’s buggy, it’s just too over crowded for my taste. Give me an Acebeam style control ring, or a Spark style UI. I mean I would love the ability to build a UI with the modes I like, but I can’t say for sure if this light can do it. Anyway I’ll let the review do the talking for me… because there’s plenty of talking in it- for better or worse.
To buy the light you currently have two choices:
www.intl-outdoor.com or http://www.mtnelectronics.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=80&pr...
The light was loaned to me from Mtn. Electronics in conjunction with Intl-outdoor.com.
Also here are the individual runtime tests… it was pointed out to me I made a mistake in the title card. Please pretend it says 5000% instead of 5000x. Thanks!
Turbo with LG
Turbo with Sanyo
High 1 with LG