Part 1-Sofirn SF14 Flashlight Review.

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Part 1-Sofirn SF14 Flashlight Review.

Tracy Wan from Sofirnlight.com provided a SF14 flashlight for review. The SF14 is a classic single AA flashlight that can also use 14500 lithium ion batteries. It is a budget flashlight that does not have low quality features. No pulse width modulation. White color beam tint.  No purple-blue-green hue. Default mode is low-medium-high. Can use protected 14500 lithium batteries. Can sit upright as a candle. Cree XP-G2 Emitter. Now some basic images.IMG_20171120_143244692IMG_20171120_143224780 (1)IMG_20171120_143629257IMG_20171120_143734351IMG_20171120_143923692IMG_20171120_153514410-Copy Text

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I just received the flashlight today. I will be using the flashlight for a week or so to evaluate. Going to look for some interesting things to photograph to highlight the flashlight's beam. MascaraturnB did a great job taking apart the flashlight and said I can provide a link to his review for you to see the flashlight in bits and pieces.

http://budgetlightforum.com/node/56992

My Xtar protected 14500 batteries fit well. Not a tight fit nor do they rattle. More in about a week.

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Part 2 of review. Work in progress.
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/57412