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UINFIRE B68 Cree XP-E R2 240-Lumen 3-Mode Zooming LED Flashlight 1*AA / 1*14500 / light color random delivery ↓ details & specifications
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Aesthetic
Color Black
Material Aluminum Alloy
Construction
Water Resistant Yes
Electronic Components
Input Voltage 0.9~4.2 -volt
Flashlights
Flashlight Modes Hi > Mid > Fast Strobe
Lens Type PMMA Convex Lens
Mode Count 3
Mode Memory No
Switch Features Glow-in-the-dark
Switch Placement Tail
Switch Type Clicky
Light Sources
Light Source BIN R2
Light Source Brand Cree
Light Source Model XP-E
Lumens (Max) 240 LM
Power & Batteries
Batteries Included No
Battery Form Factor 14500/AA
Battery Model (Max) 14500
Required Battery Count 1
Manufacturer
Brand UINFIRE
Package
Package Type Plain
Dimensions us | metric
Depth 25.9 mm
Height 91.4 mm
Width 25.9 mm
Product Weight 63 g
FastTech
SKU 1278400
DATE LISTED 3/12/2013
Details:
  • Anodized aluminum alloy casing
  • Anti-skid design
  • Beam range: 100-200m
  • Light colors: white or violet light (random delivery)
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furryfuzzybear
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The paint is good. Overall build quality is good for this price. Rather bright. But I feel it will not drain its battery too quickly. The button is a bit hard to press but as to my opinion this is not
CONS
The seal ring at the tail seems to be useless. Probably needs to be replaced with a thicker one. The thread is not ideal but it works. When focusing the light spot turns into square (when unfocused th
I will take a more bright (and bigger) flashlight with me on days when I know for sure I need it. This one is good for everyday carry due to its size and weight. I also will be not too much sorry if I... (read full review)
Reviewed on 4/27/2016 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

BootyclapThunder
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Solid build, bright, even light
CONS
N/A
I bought this as a stocking stuffer for a female family member. Works with AA batteries so I know she'll always be able to easily find batteries for it. The crown can be useful in a self defense sce... (read full review)
Reviewed on 12/12/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

milspec
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1.2 volt & 3.7 volt battery possible little edc flashlight very good but zooming is loose need thicker o-ring
Reviewed on 10/6/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

kandrat
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  • JoinedMay 2014
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  • Reviews 6
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Overall
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PROS
- compactness - zoom
CONS
no
Excellent flashlight for walking in the park, you can shine the floor or foot into the distance.
Reviewed on 8/10/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No

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tsd23
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  • JoinedJan 2014
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Compact
Nice little torch nice and compact and very bright for the size
Reviewed on 6/4/2015 Was this review helpful to you? Yes / No
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