Thrunite Neutron 1C

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Thrunite Neutron 1C

Did a search but didn’t see anything on the 1C. I’ve got a couple of them (thanks Racer) and gave one to my son for his EDC light. Compact, light weight and has a nice selection of modes. Anyone have one? How do you like it? How is it holding up for you?

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Ive had one for years,still loveit and use it. Good intuitive UI, great runtime and quite bright.durable

Features:
• Premium CREE XM-L T6 LED
• Maximum output of 255 lumens

• General Mode: 0.1 lumens (100 hrs) 9 lumens (33 hrs) -> 50 lumens (6 hrs) -> 120 lumens (2 hrs) -> SOS
• Turbo Mode: 255 Lumens(1.5 hrs) -> Strobe
• Voltage range: 3V-9V
• Stainless steel bezel
• 5 current-regulated output levels
• 2 flash modes: Strobe, SOS
• Reverse-clicky switch
• Square threads for a lifetime of smooth operation
• Type-III Hard Anodized finish
• Sapphire coated lens
IPX-8 Waterproofing
• T-6061 Aircraft-grade aluminum body
• Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to use in “candle mode”
• Two modes (7 types) of output selected by turning the bezel

Output: .1 lm (Level 1) 9 lm (Level 2) 50 lm (Level 3) 120 lm (Level 4) 255 lm (Turbo) Runtime: 100h (Level 1) 33h (Level 2) 6h (Level 3) 2h (Level 4) 1h 30min (Turbo)
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Appreciate the reply. Glad to see it is a quality light that will last. Smile

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