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Review: ROFIS MR70

ROFIS MR70 cool white

Rechargeable - 1x26650 – LED CREE XHP70.2 (main)

 

 

 

 

 

The ROFIS MR70 was sent to me directly by ROFIS for the review.

For the description and technical data of the house: http://www.rofislight.com/products/rofis-mr70/

Manual:  http://www.rofislight.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/MR70_USER_MANUAL.pdf

 

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DESCRIPTION AND TECHNICAL DATA:

 

The new ROFIS MR70 powered by a 26650 battery (included in the package) is a multifunctional torch, with rounded lines, built with excellent materials and small dimensions. With a single button, we control all the functions of the torch. It is equipped with USB charging that also allows you to power other devices (up to 2.2 ° output).

It has a main CREE XHP70.2 LED with a cool white tint and a maximum intensity of 3500 lumens (covering up to 248m) and a side LED XP-G2 with warm color that develops up to 200 lumens.

The restyling started with the small R1, continues with this new format of the MR70. The improvement of ROFIS is also seen in this new torch, in particular the attention to detail.

 

Main features:

 

Brand: Rofis

Model: MR70

Type of emitter: XHP70.2 CW + XP-G2 NW

Total emitters: 2

Battery: 1x 26650 (included)

Switch type: Clicky

Peak Beam Intensity: 15390cd

Impact resistant: 1m

Maximum output: 3500Lumens

Range: 248m

Lens: AR coated lens

Reflector: Galvanic orange peel

Waterproof: IPX-8

Black colour

Weight: 141g (without battery)

Size: 127mmx39.2mmx31mm (LengthxHead DiameterxTail Diameter)

 

It uses a 26650 5500 mAh high discharge lithium battery, the main light and the dual light source side light.

The main light uses the CW P2 XHP70.2 LED, output up to 3500 Lumens.

The side light uses the XP-G2 R5 NW LED, the maximum output at 200 Lumens

Constant current circuit with high battery efficiency, stable output, without flash.

One-touch: controls all the functions and is easy to use.

Monoblock body, the structure is stable and reliable.

Body with Micro-USB charging, which supports up to 2 A charge.

The anti-inversion design to avoid incorrect installation of the battery which causes damage to the circuit.

Detection of battery charge, charging instructions, low battery warning function.

With the lock function prevents accidental lighting.

Made of aerodynamic grade aluminum alloy, hard anodized scratch-resistant finish Type III premium.

Can be used as a mobile power supply (powerbank), use the USB adapter to provide power to other devices, the maximum output to 2.2 A, with a reminder of the discharge capacity.

 

 

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PACKAGING and ACCESSORIES:

 

 

The ROFIS MR70 is sold in a black/orange cardboard box. Rich information on the four sides of the box. All the main features that distinguish the MR70 are highlighted.

 

 

 

On the upper part instead the internal content is specified.

 

 

 

The package includes:

 

  • ROFIS MR70
  • ROFIS 26650 5500 mAh Lithium Battery
  • Charging Cable
  • Micro USB to USB Adapter
  • Holster
  • Cord
  • Replacement O-rings (2)
  • Spare USB cover cap
  • Warranty

  • Manual

 

 

 

Battery:

 

ROFIS MR70 is sold with the included battery. It is a 26650 Li-ion marked ROFIS 5500 mAh High-Drain. The lettering on the battery is in relief even if you read it hardly.

 

 

 

The holster:

 

The holster supplied with the ROFIS MR70 is in cordura with sides in elastic material and velcro closure. At the back there is a metal D-ring at the top, and a double passing in the middle, one with a button closure.

The MR70 inserted in the holster  has no movements because the scabbard is well-stretched and elastic.

 

 

 

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The MR70 takes well in hand. It is compact with small dimensions. The lines are roundish. Good knurling, excellent materials and white lettering on a black background.

 

 

 

On the head of the MR70 we note the steel bezel and the OP dish (orange peel). The glass has anti-reflective treatment. At the center there is the CREE XHP70.2 CW LED. Below the steel bezel there is a green GTD silicone.

 

 

 

 

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On the two sides of the head, we find on one side the electronic switch and on the other side the side LED.
The electronic switch manages the entire user interface (UI) of the MR70. It is slightly sunken in its seat and is easily found in the dark. It has a metal bezel around it and in the center a small circle with the status LED underneath which acts as a residual charge indicator and locator. The click is soft as pressure exerted and little noisy.

 

 

 

Battery Power Detection & Low Battery Reminder Function:

 

Battery Power Detection:

When the battery is installed into the flashlight at the first time, the flashlight automatically detects the battery power capacity.

Green light on and off for 2 seconds indicates battery power is over 40%.

Red light on and off for 2 seconds indicates battery power is less than 40%.

 

Low Battery Reminder Function:

During use, when the battery power is too low, the flashlight red light will flash to remind users that the battery is to run out.

 

 

 

Locator function:

MR70 has the function of automatic localization. Quickly detect the position of the flashlight.

With the flashlight off, press and hold the power button for 3 seconds to start the locate mode. After switching the secondary LED on and off, the location will be activated. The red lamp will flash at a fixed frequency. To exclude it, press the power button again for three seconds.

 

 

 

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The Side LED, an XP-G2 warm white, located on the opposite side of the switch, is covered by a slightly curved round part in opaque plastic that also serves as a diffuser. This cover means that the output beam is totally flooded. Being in the opposite (convex) form of the switch it is easy, in the dark, to distinguish it. This side LED even if of reduced power is very useful, also seen the warmer hue and the type of beam, in case of reading or to illuminate small environments (camping tent etc.).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Changing side we find the micro-USB port protected by a rubber cover. This cover adheres perfectly to the door, to protect against dust and water, so as to guarantee the degree of protection IPX8.

 

 

 

The charging cable supplied with the MR70 is 50 cm long and reports the word ROFIS on one side.

 

 

 

Once connected to the two USB ports, the red light on the switch warns us that we are charging. To recharge the supplied 26650 battery, it takes about four and half hours. Once charging is complete, the light will turn green.

 

 

 

Discharging Fungtion:

 

Through the micro-USB port we also have the ability to charge other electronic devices such as mobile phones, fitness tracker watches etc. Also in this case the connection cable is included in the package.

 

 

It can be used as a power bank whith discharging current up to 2.2A, so it can quick charge and discharge.

 

While discharging, green power indicator will indicate remained battery capacity:

 

1) The green indicator light flashes 4 times continuously, indicating remained battery capacity is more than 80%.

2) The green indicator light flashes 3 times continuously, indicating remained battery capacity is 50%-79%.

3) The green indicator light flashes twice, indicating that the battery power is 20%-49%.

4) The green light flashes once, means remained battery capacity is less than 20%.

5) When the battery power is less than 5%, stop charging the external device.

 

 

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The ROFIS MR70 is built in a unique block (really beautiful), the only part that can be unscrewed is the tailcap. In the tailcap we have a double plated spring on the negative side.
The larger spring is less rigid than the smaller one. We also note the diamond-shaped knurling of the cap.

 

 

 

At the positive pole there is a raised button always plated. Touching with your finger you feel that this button has under a rather rigid spring. The MR70 has protection against reverse polarity and in addition to having an electronic lock it is possible to block the power by unscrewing the cap a quarter turn.

 

 

 

 

The threads arrive well greased and are well made. Being anodized, as mentioned previously, they allow the physical lockout of the torch. It is noted, before the threads, the O-ring with water and dust seal.

The ROFIS MR70 having a flat tail can be positioned standing (by candle).

 

 

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In the lower part of the tailcap there is a hole for inserting the lanyard.

 

 

 

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The ROFIS MR70 near other torches:

 

From left: Battery Efest 26650, Rofis MR70, Imalent DX70, Acebem EC60, Klarus G20L e D.Q.G.3 Tiny.

 

 

 

From left: Rofis MR70, Imalent DX70, Acebem L30, Klarus G20L

 

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USER INTERFACE (UI):

 

 

 

 

The ROFIS MR70 has two LEDs, the main LED "XHP70.2 cool white" and the side LED "XP-G2 warm white" operated by a single switch.

The main LED has 4 normal + 2 special levels and the side LED has 3 normal levels. You can not use both LEDs at the same time.

 

ON / OFF:

Main lamp: click the switch button to turn the torch on or off.

Side lamp: when off state, press the switch button for 1 second to turn on the side lamp, click to turn off.

(Note: the main lamp and the side lights are memorized, only these brightness can be memorized: low mode, medium mode and high mode).

 

Change of brightness:

When the main or side lights is on, press and hold the switch for more than 1 second and hold it for a long time. The flashlight goes into the low, medium and high circurarly.  After letting out, it will enter into the currently selected brightness level.

 

Turbo mode:

In the on or off status, double-click the button quickly, the flashlight enters into the Turbo mode.

 

Lock and unlock:

In the shutdown state, long press the switch button for more than 4 seconds, after the side lamp blinks twice, we will be in the lock state. Click the button in the locked state and the red light indicates that the flashlight is locked.

Press the switch button for 3 seconds, the lamp enters the low level and the torch unlocks.

 

Special ways (Strobo and SOS):

In the on / off status, triple-click the button and the torch enters the Strobe mode. Press and hold to enter the SOS mode. Continuing to hold down, you will return to the Strobo. Click to turn off.

 

 

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BEAM, RUNTIME and BEAMSHOT:

 

 

The main beam of the ROFIS MR70 is devoid of artifacts and the color is a nice cool white. Not particularly floody, it covers a reasonable distance for the type of LED mounted. The distance from the feet of the spill is about 60 cm.

 

 

 

 

Alluvial instead the ray of the Side LED with warmer color.

 

 

 

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The runtime was done in a closed environment without forced ventilation. The internal temperature was around 20 ° C.
The used battery, the 26650 supplied with the torch, has been completely charged (4.21V). The first test was made with the main LED in "TURBO". At the end of the test the battery was 2.68V.

 

 

 

Another test was done in "HIGH" always using the main LED. The test was done for 30 minutes under the same conditions as the previous test. In the second chart together with the first few minutes in TURBO.

 

 

 

 

In the same environmental conditions the last test was made using the Side LED in "HIGH" mode. The test was done for 10 hours even if the LED continued to be on for other hours.

 

 

 

 

 Beamshot:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unboxing video:

 

 

CONCLUSIONS:

 

Many positive aspects of the ROFIS MR70.
It holds well in hand (and does not heat up so much), has rounded shapes that give it a clean and pleasant line. Solid construction with a good runtime. Complete accessories and excellent light in the field.
If we want to put the hair in the egg, there is no hole for the tripod that could be useful in certain situations.
However, considering the price is not excessive, I promote it with full marks.

Edited by: roma58 on 02/22/2018 - 13:00
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Great~~~~

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Thank you. Great torch.

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Looks good, thanks

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Thanks for the review. Very nice Flashlight, will order when it is back in stock at Banggood.

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Thanks, nice looking light.

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Just want to confirm that the light modes go from lowest to highest, not highest to lowest

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yes,it is “Low to High”

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Rofisflashlight wrote:
yes,it is “Low to High”

Thanks!

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@Rofisflashlight

Any idea when the MR70 will be back in stock at Banggood?

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Sorry,I do not know .you need contact Banggood sales.
You can buy on many platforms if you can not wait for it, like Amazon, eBay, Aliexpress, and so on

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Is this light out yet? Would love to review one in the Dangerous Place!

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KG_Tuning wrote:
Is this light out yet?

Yes. Banggood is out of stock until April 5th. Rofis MR70 XHP70.2 CW+XP-G2 NW 3500LM Dual Light Multifunction Rechargeable LED Flashlight +26650
https://banggood.app.link/5wI5a6×7vL

Amazon has them right now.

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My MR70 arrived today. What a great light. I just ordered a second one. Very unique design with tons of utility.

I like it … Smile

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Nice reviews. One ordered!

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Hi JasonWW,

I’m interested in this light. I was wondering if the emitter pcb can be easily swapped?

I might want to mod mine with a NW Xhp70.2 emitter.

Thanks

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KevinZA1988 wrote:
Hi JasonWW,

I’m interested in this light. I was wondering if the emitter pcb can be easily swapped?

I might want to mod mine with a NW Xhp70.2 emitter.

Thanks


Don’t look to me, I don’t know anything about this light.

In theory, they are probably using a common 20mm DTP copper star. We need to get confirmation on that. Maybe someone has looked?

If so, then it should be pretty easy to swap it. Just undo the bezel and take out the reflector. Unsolder the 2 wires and undo any anti rotation screws. It will pop out.

I dont know any places near Africa that sells emitters mounted to stars so you’ll probably need to order a new one from China. Maybe Kaidomain. We also need to figure out if it is 6 Volt or 12 volt.

This is just basic emitter swapping stuff and is not specific to this light.

My Convoy L6 thread with XHP70.2, Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil v1.2 ramping firmware (old), lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well. 

My Supfire L5-S thread with XHP70.2, 26350 cells (4,100 lumen!), Texas Avenger FET driver, NarsilM v1.0 ramping firmware and lighted side switch. My mini L6! 

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Getting the emitter and star is not an issue, MTN ships to SA, tried and trusted. I’m planning on buying a few items in the not too distant future, so now I’m bargaining on someone who owns one to open it and tests it.

Do you perhaps know of someone in the forums who owns one?

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Hi weklund,

I see you already own a MR70! Are you perhaps willing to open the bezel of your light and perhaps test the voltage across the emitter and maybe post a picture of the star? Question

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Best light made to date?

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Has anyone taken any amp draw measurements across the tail cap, yet?

How long does it hold turbo? The chart makes it look like 1 minute or so.

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I got 70 seconds on Turbo but it wasn’t hot so I knocked it back up.

Sometimes turbo stepping down early can be a good safety thing. In red hot conditions sometimes a timed turbo can outlast a turbo set to 50c stepdown etc.

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Hi,

I seem to get only 1-3 seconds before stepping down from turbo. What can I be doing wrong? Or could it be the battery?

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Terjef wrote:
Hi,

I seem to get only 1-3 seconds before stepping down from turbo. What can I be doing wrong? Or could it be the battery?


Probably the battery. Is it fully charged?

My Convoy L6 thread with XHP70.2, Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil v1.2 ramping firmware (old), lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well. 

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JasonWW wrote:
Terjef wrote:
Hi,

I seem to get only 1-3 seconds before stepping down from turbo. What can I be doing wrong? Or could it be the battery?


Probably the battery. Is it fully charged?

It was, but I just charged it fully and now it’s better, but it was only down 1/3 or so.

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Terjef wrote:
JasonWW wrote:
Terjef wrote:
Hi,

I seem to get only 1-3 seconds before stepping down from turbo. What can I be doing wrong? Or could it be the battery?


Probably the battery. Is it fully charged?

It was, but I just charged it fully and now it’s better, but it was only down 1/3 or so.


What is your definition of 1/3?

Being a boost driver, it pulls a lot of current from the battery. I’m told the stock battery has a protection circuit added on and those typically cause extra voltage sag.

For the longest usage of turbo you need a good high drain unprotected battery. A Liitokala 5000 or Shockli 5500 for instance.

My Convoy L6 thread with XHP70.2, Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil v1.2 ramping firmware (old), lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well. 

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I totally agree. I have a Wuben T102 Pro and it came with a protected cell. I inserted my unprotected Shockli 5500 mah cell and it was an instant performance increase. Not sure if the Rofis cell is protected because I’m still waiting for mine. The South African postal service is on strike AGAIN so further delays. Fuuuuuu*#!

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KevinZA1988 wrote:
I totally agree. I have a Wuben T102 Pro and it came with a protected cell. I inserted my unprotected Shockli 5500 mah cell and it was an instant performance increase. Not sure if the Rofis cell is protected because I’m still waiting for mine. The South African postal service is on strike AGAIN so further delays. Fuuuuuu*#!

The bundled cell of MR70 is actually an unrpotected PLB INR26650-55A (yes, a simple re-wrap), which is, the same cell core used in Shockli 5500mAh. I’m a bit surprised that no one ever pointed this out…

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toobadorz wrote:

The bundled cell of MR70 is actually an unrpotected PLB INR26650-55A (yes, a simple re-wrap), which is, the same cell core used in Shockli 5500mAh. I’m a bit surprised that no one ever pointed this out…

This is odd, I was told this:
chinooker wrote:

“Integrated battery overcharge/discharge protection circuits” is printed on the battery.

From this post.

I found a picture with the stock orange battery next to a unprotected KeepPower and they look the same length.

So I’m not sure what to think. Maybe Rofis uses 2 different batteries, one protected and one not?

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69.6mm x 26.8mm

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Ah, so they have 2 different batteries.

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