Pocketable light with rapid strobe

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alex21
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Pocketable light with rapid strobe

Strobe needs to be reasonably easily accessable ‘tactical’ (no cycling through 5 modes to get to strobe, etc)
Preferable running off 18650 or AA/14500
Faster strobe the better or even pulsating irregular strobe (like the predator has I think but on a smaller light)

Thanks

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The Thrunite Explorer series has this. Some of the smallest lights in their class. A fast, irregular strobe is accessed by holding the “on” button. Just one to look into.

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Sounds like my Quark 123 X Tactical. I have a AA body on it and it gives about 400 lumens of strobe with 14500s. Only thing you have to do is to program strobe to head tightened or loosened position.

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What about Klarus XT series ?

XT2C – 18650
http://www.klaruslight.com/plist_show.php?id=14&lge=en

XT1A – AA only, 14500 not supported.
http://www.klaruslight.com/plist_show.php?id=1&lge=en

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The Ultrafire UF-T50 is not too big, and uses a 18650 battery.
Just doubleclick to switch to strobe, no need to go throug a lot of modes.

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Cheers guys, will take a look at those options! Smile

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ooohh.. we may have a winner.. the Klarus X11 looks like exactly what I need!
Just saw the goinggear youtube vid of it, very nice! Cheers RE