2000 meters is what they advertise it at. My copy doesn't throw that far, but at 1760 meters it's definitely not bad.
That's probably the best single-cell production LED thrower on the market, no? YES IT IS
(I had to highlight that, to make it clear I'm not talking about a modded or multi-cell setup)
Includes 3 colored filters that go in front of the front-glass, behind the bezel. The bezel has very thin threads, so I accidentally cross-threaded it once. This is a detail of attention.
Of course colored filters won't throw as well as colored LEDs.
Measured at 30 seconds at 20 meters distance with a Hagner E4-X lux meter.
High and Turbo are very close, but they beat all other single cell LED flashlights I know of.
Quick measurement reveals the inner diameter of the bezel (and about the same for the reflector) is 69.x mm
- Length: 183 mm / 7.2 ”
- Head diameter: 78 mm / 3 ”
- Inner Reflector diameter: 69.8 mm / 2.7"
- Body diameter: 25 mm / 0.99”
Weight with rubber cigar grip ring:
- Empty: 342.2 g / 11.44 oz
- With battery: 398.4 g / 14.06oz
Compared to other well known throwers
From left to right: Maxtoch X Pro, Noctigon K1, Nitecore P30i, Astrolux FT03, Astrolux FT02, Olight Warrior X PRO, Weltool T11
The reflector is larger than of the Noctigon K1.
Maxtoch X PRO vs Noctigon K1
Maxtoch X PRO vs small LEP flashlights
See the thick Blue/Yellow line
Maxtoch vs large LEP flashlights
See the thick grey line
The tower is about 450 meters away
X PRO green (unfortunately, badly focused)
X pro with red filter
X PRO yellow filter:
X PRO no filter:
Olight Odin Turbo (LEP)