Small and Bright:LuminTop ODF30 Flashlight

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Small and Bright:LuminTop ODF30 Flashlight

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OD series is a new series that launched and designed for outdoor illumination.
ODF30 utilizes a high power Cree XHP 70.2 LED, and runes on one high capacity 26650 Li-ion battery. It emits a max output up to 3500 lumens and a max burn time of 250 hours. By adopting an orange peel reflector and flood light design, it creates a wide and balance beam. Compact design, side switch simple UI well fits for one hand control. Three output levels plus three hidden modes allow it to meet for various applications. Tail standing, stainless steel protection ring, IPX-8 waterproof classification, ODF30 is a trusty companion in various outdoor activities like caving, searching, hiking, camping etc.

Open the box
LuminTop has always been environmentally friendly carton packaging, refreshing and beautiful and will not cause environmental (plastic) pollution

Two areas, flashlight area and accessories area

The flashlight which is small and exquisite with high power

Design is beautiful, and feels good one hands

Large Tubular chocolate troughs on the tube to enhance the grip feeling.

Dual cooling fins design to enhance heat dissipation
Side Pressed Low Voltage Red Flashing Indicator

Tail cap is rectangular thread, strong and durable

Delicate lanyard perforation

The tail cover is the negative electrode of the battery and the end face is conductive

Single lithium battery boost circuit

Complete package (without battery, need to be purchased separately)

Sleeve is smaller, but it can also be used

Original factory 26650 lithium battery, need to purchase separately

Original factory battery specifications

26650 flashlight to compare the size
Left: Palight Star A8. Right: EagleEye X7

Glowing at night

Lens protective film

Stainless steel pressure ring, orange peel cup, with red waterproof rubber ring

Nice quality orange peel cup with CREE XHP70.2 LED

ECO mode

After the sunset, it is ready to illuminate the earth

ECO 8lumens (Ambient brightness)

Low 150lumens

Mid 540lumens

High 1800lumens

Turbo 3500 lumens

Animation comparison:

Night photo

Night Photo II

Ok! ! ! Blink! give it a like!

Instructions

Specification Table

Operation flow chart

Side switch low voltage red light warning

Overall, it is a flashlight that looks good, feels good, and is small and bright. It is worth your attention.
thanks for watching!

If you want a discount, PM Neal please.
or
Neal’s FB

Sorry for my poor english.

Edited by: steel_1024 on 04/16/2018 - 01:45
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Thanks for the software translation humor…

Gotta love…“Tube-shaped large chocolate troughs staggered to enhance the feel”???

I always knew there was something missing on my flashlights.

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Have mine pre-ordered, nice review.

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No competition for TC20.
Mike

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At least based on Amazon prices it appears to be significantly cheaper than the TC20 (-$20,) which may make it competitive for some on that basis alone.

I’m not clear on what color/temp the emitter is though or if there will be options? Looks neutralish in the pics, but it seems weird to not be mentioned anywhere, unless I’m missing something…

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is 8 lumens low enuf?

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sp5it wrote:
No competition for TC20. Mike

TC20 Pros:
Metal button
Tint options
.5L marathon candle
Built in charging
Removable bezel

ODF30 Pros:
$20 cheaper

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kramer5150 wrote:
sp5it wrote:
No competition for TC20. Mike

TC20 Pros:
Metal button
Tint options
.5L marathon candle
Built in charging
Removable bezel

ODF30 Pros:
XHP70.2
$20 cheaper

tc20 also has XHP70.2

Click on the name of the flashlight and you will see its spectrum of colors:        ANSI WHITE
BLF Q8 | Emisar D4 | Emisar D4S | Lumintop GTMini | Lumintop SDMini | Maglite Mini AAA | Nitecore TIP CRI | Noctigon Meteor M43 | Skilhunt H03Thrunite TC20 | Thrunite V6 | Utorch UT01 | Utorch UT02 |

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OOps… Correction noted… thanks

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Well, the TC20 has a battery included Smile

Click on the name of the flashlight and you will see its spectrum of colors:        ANSI WHITE
BLF Q8 | Emisar D4 | Emisar D4S | Lumintop GTMini | Lumintop SDMini | Maglite Mini AAA | Nitecore TIP CRI | Noctigon Meteor M43 | Skilhunt H03Thrunite TC20 | Thrunite V6 | Utorch UT01 | Utorch UT02 |