FandyFire UV-S5 1*LED 3000LM Flashlight (4 x 18650) 3-LED / 3-Mode ↓ details & specifications
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Aesthetic
Color Desert Yellow
Material Aluminum Alloy
Flashlights
Flashlight Modes Hi > Lo > Rapid
Lens Type Glass Lens
Mode Count 3
Mode Memory Yes
Reflector Type Aluminum Smooth/SMO
Switch Features Electronic
Switch Placement Side
Switch Type Clicky
Light Sources
Color Temp Range 5000-6500K
Light Source Color White
Lumens (Max) 3000 LM
Power & Batteries
Batteries Included No
Battery Form Factor 18650
Battery Model (Max) 18650
Maximum Supported Battery Length 70 mm
Required Battery Count 4
Manufacturer
Brand
FandyFire
Package
Package Type Plain
Dimensions us | metric
Depth 58 mm
Height 134 mm
Width 58 mm
Product Weight 329 g
FastTech
SKU 1057203
DATE LISTED 11/4/2012
Details:
  • Press the switch for 1.5 seconds to enter RAPID mode
  • This waterproof flashlight can be used in rainy days
  • 5000mA constant current output
  • Runtime: 80 minutes (manufacturer rated)
  • Beam range up to 200m
FastTech's tailcap current measurements (2/16/2013):
  • High @ 4.2V: 5.1A
  • Lo @ 4.2V: 0.35A
  • Strobe @ 4.2V: 5.1A spontaneous, 2.55A average 
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Spona
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Overall
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PROS
Well built Great output Feels nice in the hand
CONS
Power button too sensitive
Lots of output for a small price. Been using for about 2 months now without issue. Only minor grumble is as others have mentioned, power button is a little too sensitive.
Reviewed on 9/27/2016

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patmurris
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Overall
› Quality
› Value
PROS
Well built Compact Bright Can work with 1 to 4 18650
CONS
Weak copy of the original one everybody reviewed LEDs are not XMLs
This is my second FandyFire UV-S5 and i'm disappointed. The latest version of it is noticeably dimmer and on a closer look, it is not equipped with XML leds. It is still brighter then a single XML l... (read full review)
Reviewed on 11/17/2015

Adamtheaussie
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  • JoinedSep 2013
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Overall
› Quality
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PROS
Very bright Solid construction
CONS
Nil
Had this flashlight for a few months. No complaints with performance, very bright and well built.
Reviewed on 10/3/2014

Hrawk
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Overall
› Quality
› Value
PROS
Good build quality Great packaging Solid feel Good range of battery lengths supported
CONS
Does not appear to be rebuildable / moddable
A quality light for the price. I prefer the short stubby size compared to long skinny lights. While not a true 3000 lumens it does throw out quite a decent amount of light with ok throw and good spi... (read full review)
Reviewed on 3/6/2014

larma
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This light is just umbelieveble. If you had to choose only 1 flashlight, this would be it.
Reviewed on 1/8/2014
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