*NEW* - Sunwayman C20C - 450 lm Tactical-on Side Switch Flashlight

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*NEW* - Sunwayman C20C - 450 lm Tactical-on Side Switch Flashlight

 


:  Outstanding Tactical-on Side Switch Design
:  Unique Switching System with Low-voltage Indicator Lamp
:  Solid Structure, Reverse Battery Protection Circuit
:  Tough as a “Tomahawk”
:  Soft-contact Side Switch:

One Turbo mode, three modes constant output, hidden Strobe and SOS
(below are output and runtime details by using one 2600mAh 18650 battery)

Turbo Mode: 450 Lumens (for safety’s, after 5 minutes’ turbo mode, will go to High mode to avoid over-heat)
Three constant output modes: 280Lumens (3hrs) – 95Lumens (10hrs) -15Lumens (50hrs)
Strobe: 450Lumens
SOS

:  Working voltage: 4~8.4V
:  Dimensions: 105mm (length) x 25mm (head diameter) x 24mm (tail diameter)
:  Weight: 57g (battery excluded)

 

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Now available for pre-order!

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Edited by: Ualnosaj on 06/27/2012 - 08:35
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Nice looking light, at a good price. One worry, perhaps, is the raised switch. Any chance of this being accidentally switched on, in a pocket, for example?

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That is a good looking light!!

 

 

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Can we have a picture of the tail please?

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Is the head swappable with the C10R?

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Woody wrote:
Nice looking light, at a good price. One worry, perhaps, is the raised switch. Any chance of this being accidentally switched on, in a pocket, for example?

My thoughts exactly. I have the ZL sc600 and I love the fact that the switch is recessed like it is. I’ve never had it come on accidentally in my pocket.
Looking at the SWM side-switch I’m not so sure it’ll be so secure. Lovely design, though…

Lights out! That's when things get interesting...

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It has a switch lockout so no accidents,I'll let you know how it is,I just bought one.

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It is a fantastic light!! Nice tint, absolute amazing fit and finish/quality as all SWM products are…Only reason I sold mine was because I have become a fan of warmer tints Sad

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Nice ! I like the side switch more than the tail switch style. Has an electronic lockout via the smart side switch. Also has memory mode with 4 levels of brightness plus two strobes.
Ordered one.

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This will be my 4th sunwayman and I have yet to be disappointed.Quality build and amazing UI's,I couldn't pass this one up looking at the reviews it is very compact.

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how2 wrote:
Is the head swappable with the C10R?

I don’t know why you would want to. Anyway, Sunwayman has the head loctited in place on the C20C. I guess they didn’t want people trying that.