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  • Thumb sized form facto 
  • Stainless steel flashlight head and switch binder ring processed by PVD technology
  • Recessed silicon switch to prevent accidental operation
  • TIR lens to create a balanced beam
  • Positive polarity on the battery faces the tail of the flashlight for enhanced reliability and a more compact size
  • Built-in timer: 3 minutes or 10 minutes
  • Lanyard with perforating tool
  • Flat tail cap design contains a strong magnet providing the ability to place it upside down and use it as a hands-free work light
  • Removable pocket clip that is scratch resistant
  • Thermal management safety program with overheat protection by dropping high output by 50% within 1 minute of constant on. Turbo mode has a limit of 1.5 minutes
  • The S1 features a wide range current circuit and can be powered by 1 x CR123A (built-in protected board)
  • Reverse polarity protection to prevent improper battery installation
  • 3 standard modes: 8 lumens, 80 lumens and 500 lumens.
  • 2 special modes: 0.5 lumen moonlight mode and a 10Hz strobe mode
  • 6061-T6 aluminum alloy body with anti-scratch Type-III hard anodizing
  • PMMA TIR lens with a 90% light transmittance rate
  • Low standby current below 10uA
  • Body material: 6061-T6 aluminum alloy structure, Type III hard anodizing
  • Stainless steel pocket clip, stainless steel flashlight bezel, stainless steel binder ring

  • Single click - Turn ON / Turn OFF
  • Click and hold - High brightness, select timer, or activate moon light mode
  • Quick double click - Turbo brightness, or enter setting
  • Quick triple click - strobe mode
  • Turbo: 500 lumens (1.5 min), then 300 lumens (1.5 hrs)
  • Medium: 80 lumens (6 hrs)
  • Low: 8 lumens (40 hrs)
  • Moonlight: 0.5 lumens (25 days)
  • Beam Distance: 361 ft (110 m)
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 3,000 cd
  • IPX-8 (waterproof up to 2 meters)
  • LED: Cree XM-L2 CW
  • Battery: 1 x CR123A or RCR123 (not included)
  • Dimensions
  • Bezel Diameter: 0.83" (21 mm)
  • Length: 2.40" (61 mm)
  • Weight: 1.06 oz. (30 g) (excluding batteries)
  • Made in China
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
4.667 (3 reviews)
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Silicon Valley
Nov 27, 2015
Pros: Durability, Brightness
Cons: None
Best 500 lumen pocket/EDC light
This flashlight is tiny for what it does. It might be the smallest 500 lumen flashlight today, but I'm no expert, just like well made tech like this. Excellent build quality, as other reviews have mentioned. One extremely cool feature others did not mention is that the butt of the light is magnetic, so you can stick it to any ferrous metal and you have a lamp. The size is so small that you can unobtrusively carry it in your pocket, which means there's a better chance you'll have a light when you really need one. I own a number of good flashlights and would gladly recommend everyone get one of these.
4 out of 5
John T.
Phoenix, AZ
Oct 05, 2015
Pros: Durability, Brightness, None
Cons: Durability
Excellent light for the price
Bought this after I lost my Fenix that was a similar size/design. First off, this light is smaller than it appears. MUCH smaller. Barely larger than its 123 battery. Quality of build is excellent. Great "feel" to the light. Cycling through most of the options, except for the strobe, is pretty easy. The light range is huge, and it's too bad that there isn't an infinitely variable choice to it. There's a big jump from moonlight to low. Too bad there's nothing in between. I bought the Fenix as a combination light/defensive tool to take to Europe. It went with me three times. Knives and flashlights with crenelated edges will get confiscated, and you'll end up in court. A small light like this passes muster. An easy access strobe is an innocuous defensive feature. On my Fenix, access to the strobe was very direct. On this one...it's...not. You have to turn on the light, and then rapidly push the button three times without accidentally turning the light off. Good luck with that. A double button push takes you to 500 lumens, and that's a LOT, but the distracting/disruptive nature of the strobe is a marvelous option in places where you might want it quickly and unobtrusively. This light doesn't do that. However, in all other aspects, it's an excellent value, well worth what I paid for it. Notwithstanding the limitation I described,whenever I travel this light will go with me.
5 out of 5
Oct 02, 2015
Pros: Brightness
Cons: None
Small and powerful
Great light! So small but huge light output. I belive there are 4 light settings from low setting they call moonlight to a retna searing 500 lumins on high setting.
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