Olight S10R II 500 Lumens Rechargeable Torch Small LED 16340 Flashlight Max 500 Lumens Cree XP-L HD CW With Olight Rcr123a Battery+Thenines Holster (S10R Ⅱ)
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- The S10RII uses the highest output Cree XP-L HD LED which can reach up to 500 lumens.
- Blue PVD technology stainless steel bezel and ring around the switch.
- Flat side button to prevent the light turning on in the pocket.
- Low battery indicator function. Red LED on the button will light up when the battery is low.
- The Olight Rechargeable 650mAh RCR123A battery can last up to 7 days on one charge.
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Size Name: S10R Ⅱ
The S10R Baton II is the second generation of the Olight S10R with a rechargeable design. The S10RII features the latest Cree XP-L LED to maxamize the output of 500 lumens, which has a blue stainless steel bezel plus a blue switch ring that are both processed by PVD technology to provide the light with a great look. The S10R II contains the mechanical design and performance from the previous S10R Baton, which includes a rechargeable battery and Micro-USB desktop charging dock. The S10RII is convenient to carry and operate serving as a fantastic portable illumination tool for every day carry.
The S10RII uses the highest output Cree XP-L HD LED which can reach up to 500 lumens.
Blue PVD technology stainless steel bezel and ring around the switch.
Flat side button to prevent the light turning on in the pocket.
Low battery indicator function. Red LED on the button will light up when the battery is low.
The Olight Rechargeable 650mAh RCR123A battery can last up to 7 days on one charge.
Intelligent MICRO-USB charging cable can be used for other device electronic devices that take USB.
Five output modes:3 normal brightness levels:5 lumens,100 lumens,500 lumens,a special 0.5 lumen moonlight mode,and a 10HZ Strobe mode.
Flat tailcap with a strong magnet that can attach to any metal surface for hands free operation.
Based on the run time of active thermal control,4 1/2 minutes highlighting,3 minutes gently fall to 60% of the initial brightness.
Battery reverse polarity construction.
Hardened temper Glass,double-sided anti-reflective film coating.
Removable U arm stainless steel pocket clip, high toughness,two-way installation,salt bath nitride surface treatment (QPQ technology),anti-scrape, anti-corrosion.
INCLUDED:Flashlight,Lanyard,Charging Dock,RCR123 650mAh Battery,Thenines Holster
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I've said it over and over again on my torch reviews; I'm no expert when it comes to luminance, lumens and what have you but I do know that the higher the lumens count is the brighter your torch is going to be. What you get with the Olight S10R Baton II is a very high lumens count, for such a small torch, and the light is indeed very bright.
Whatever your reasons are for wanting a premium quality torch you can't go far wrong with Olight as all of their premium torches are manufactured from the highest quality from the moment that you take it out of the box. I can't praise it highly enough so without waxing lyrical about how great it is, let me outline the key benefits for you in order that you may be better informed to make a buying decision.
The Olight S10R II is one of a number of different torches in the Olight range and I was initially drawn to this as I use pocket torches quite a lot in my job and I like to have something decent that I can rely on. One of the brst features of this torch, aside from the performance, is the ability to charge it by simply placing it end down on the very small USB docking station. I know its only a little thing but features like this really go a long way in getting my attention.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
- The Olight S10R II Baton (including a rechargeable CR123A 650mAh battery, a 0.5m micro USB cable and a charging dock)
- A wrist strap with push button tightener
- A complimentary belt loop torch holster
- A complimentary USB light
- Removable pocket clip
- An instruction manual
WHAT’S GOOD ABOUT IT?
- It has 4 static light output modes
- It has a strobe function (for security - try it (unless you have a medical reason NOT to) it's very disorientating!)
- The light beam is beautifully crisp and makes a perfect well defined circle of light
- It has a memory function to activate the last brightness setting
- It has quick select functions (such as long press from off for moonlight 0.5 lumen mode and 2 clicks for max beam @ 500 lumens)
- Impact resistant at up to 1.5m
- Magnetic tailcap for stick anywhere (that's metal!) convenience. I'd imagine that it would be very handy if you were ever unlucky enough to experience a night time break down.
- Optional adhesive base sticker for semi-permanent desktop mounting
- 5 year warranty
- IPX7 (30 minutes waterproof up to 1m)
- It's a shame that the beam can't be focused
- I like the 4 stages of beam adjustment but a manual brightness option would have been nice
- The (admittedly free) USB torch light doesn't work
- The torch weighs 64g with wrisy strap and battery installed
- It's 73mm long and 23mm wide
- Maximum brightness is 500 lumens (for 4 minutes) stepping down to 300 lumens for a max time of 45 minutes
- Stated beam reach of 105 metres
- Minimum brightness is 0.5 lumen with an estimated active runtime of 7 days!
- Other lumens settings of 100 and 5.
There's not a lot more that I can say about this other than it's a very high quality item and if you want a product that you can rely on time and time again this is the type of torch to own. Ok, it's quite expensive for such a little torch but premium items often are.
I'm a huge fan of Olight products and given the choice between this and some knock off product that'll last for 5 minutes I'd choose this every day of the week.
If you're in the Emergency Services, Armed Forces or Security you'd be encouraged to give this torch some serious thought as it's very good indeed.
TheNines B&T seem to carry most of the Olight range so if this is a little too compact it'd be worth you having a look at the others they have for sale.
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To start with everything was working great. After a couple of weeks it started to play up.
I would have the tourch on charge via the USB basestation on the way to work. Arriving at the job I would go to use the tourch and it would be dead, or at best a tiny amount of flickering light.
Think this was the USB basestation not charging the battery properly, I order the OLight 3pin plug battery charger and two other OLight batteries.
This made no difference and the tourch continues to be hit and miss, sometimes working, sometimes not.
After reading up online I saw that people were resolving this issue by unscrewing the retainer clip at the battery cap and giving it a clean. I tried this and so far it works!
As this seems to be a common fault I feel OLight should have done something to address this, or at least supply a tool with the light to remove the retaining clip.
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