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Review by Roger C.3 weeks ago
I had initially planned to post a lower score (finally arrived about 2-weeks after I ordered, due to reply email received that apparently their one warehouse stock was empty, had to ship from elsewhere), but my two flashlights (F/L's) finally arrived.
Both worked**. I sent more than one email, but got the same robo reply, which may be formulated to my emailed query issue of wondering where my 2-F/L order was.
Which tends to make me wonder now, how would I have gotten a warranty issue resolved through said website supplied EMA.
Now I can't find their EMA at their website.
This is a shame, since I was writing a fair review here.
Can't say whether the claim of 12k lumen output is correct, since:
1) It appeared to have similar narrow-beam focus (square dot with cross-hairs) and wide-angle field illumination of that of my father's 1000 lumen Duracell unit (which is about 2.5x the length of this product, and requires 4 C-cells, but Duracell unit (similar to their ITM./ART #922231) has only *Hi-Lo-Off function but several years older), and doesn't have a charge feature,
2) No laboratory certification, or test chamber method or test specification provided (see Youtube link% below. I think that would lend qualification to their claim.)
%Ex.: (pardon the explicit word or so)
youtu dot be/k2Dbmz8WXmE
3) Unit case labeling instructions were, I believe, in French, but best I can discern: it's made in China, perhaps with an LED made by CREE ("...Ultra-biaaeo (5300k-8300) light-emitting diode (LED) Use to CREE T6-WC...")
Which leads me to believe if the LED is indeed, a CREE XML-T-6, it would only 1.0k lumen LED at min. (if a single die is under the lens), or 4.0k lumen max. (if a 4-die are under the lens) (see P.3 of the OEM Spec at:
https colon slash slash www dot cree dot com/led-components/products/xlamp-leds-discrete/xlamp-xm-l )
* Love the UVPro's Hi-Med-Lo-HiStrobe-Hi_S-O-S features which far outweighed the similar older flashlight comparison.
I would recommend a better (not all latches latch back once case is open) case though (even carved out compartments for each item), and a Micro-C USB charging port (then I would buy more as gifts for my father, siblings, children and their families($).)
($) Not sure how long the charge will last if placed, fully-charged in a glovebox, emergency medical kit for car, boat, or isolated cabin...
Also, what about ordering a replacement battery, warranty, etc. Couldn't seem to find
Definitely could use a better case.
Also, if being approached by an assailant(s), who has time to go through the selection to find the HiStrobe.
Give it as the first selection, or add a separate "PANIC" button.
** Overall, I'd say I'd have to recommend this product, initially for the value $40(€). I'd like to revisit this in 6-months, to a year though.
(€) Let's face it, you can't expect 12k lumen for this price.
Here's a 10k-Lumen F/L for $230+ but who needs to see a 1/4-mile away:
https colon slash slash www dot fenix-store dot com/fenix-lr35r-rechargeable-flashlight/
You can get 12k candella out of a 1k-Lumen source perhaps by plugging in an Apex angle of <20° at this website: https colon slash slash www dot rapidtables dot com/calc/light/lumen-to-candela-calculator dot html
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