【NEW】1000Lumens USB Rechargeable Utility Pocket Size EDC25

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【NEW】1000Lumens USB Rechargeable Utility Pocket Size EDC25

【Outside】

  • High Strength Aerospace Aluminum Alloy Construction With Anti-Scratching Type HAIII Military Grade Hard-Anodized Finish, Anti-Resistance
  • Simple But Decent Design, Matt Black Finish, Very Nice Hand Feel Grip
  • Traditional EDC Flashlight But Multifunctional & Small In Size
  • With Indispensable Quality Stainless Steel Clip

【INSIDE】

  • Latest XPL V5 Led, Max 1000lumens,Usb Rechargeable EDC Light
  • 6 Variable Modes, Larger Range Of Continuous-Light Settings For All Your Daily Or Outdoor Experience
  • Well Designed Hidden USB Charging Port, Practical and practical
  • Dual Buttons Design For One Handed Operation

【Details reveal care】

  • Low Power LED Indicator Built In Side Switch, It Flicker Faster With Lower Power
  • Charging Led Indicator Built In (Red Light- Charging Now; Green Light- Charged Already)

More Detial >>http://www.lumintop.com/lumintop-edc25.html

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Edited by: Lumintop on 11/09/2016 - 02:15
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So, the entire head assembly has to come off to charge the light?

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JockRobbins wrote:
So, the entire head assembly has to come off to charge the light?

Yes, need to screw off the head~

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Lumintop wrote:
JockRobbins wrote:
So, the entire head assembly has to come off to charge the light?

Yes, need to screw off the head~

Ok. Kind of negates the convenience of built-in charging.
I would personally pass on this, in favour of a light that only requires a wee rubber flap to be opened.

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JockRobbins wrote:
Lumintop wrote:
Yes, need to screw off the head~

Ok. Kind of negates the convenience of built-in charging.
I would personally pass on this, in favour of a light that only requires a wee rubber flap to be opened.


To each their own. I agree this is a little less convenient, but more water resistant and no risk of the rubber flap wearing out.

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pilotdog68 wrote:
JockRobbins wrote:
Lumintop wrote:
Yes, need to screw off the head~

Ok. Kind of negates the convenience of built-in charging.
I would personally pass on this, in favour of a light that only requires a wee rubber flap to be opened.


To each their own. I agree this is a little less convenient, but more water resistant and no risk of the rubber flap wearing out.

…not mentioning you can’t use the light while it is charging.

A 1/2 turn of the head or tail to reveal a hidden usb port would have been more convenient and still providing some water proofing if done well?

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I don’t care for built in charging at all, I’d rather have a light without it. However, this is the better option for built in charging because I can’t stand the rubber flap on the outside of a light.

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I liked very much the Olight’s solution :

However, i’ts not longer to unscrew the head entirely than a ring…

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X3 wrote:
I liked very much the Olight’s solution :

However, i’ts not longer to unscrew the head entirely than a ring…

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