High-intensity tactical flashlight, 200 lumen Cree XPG Master Tech lumen light is, LED of the room


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    3 Responses to “High-intensity tactical flashlight, 200 lumen Cree XPG Master Tech lumen light is, LED of the room”

    1. Al Massicotte says:
      143 of 146 people found the following review helpful
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      A brilliant product, May 25, 2012
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      This review is from: Techlite Lumen Master 200 Lumens High-Intensity CREE XPG L.E.D. Tactical Flashlight, 3 Pack (Misc.)

      INTRODUCTION

      My name is Al Massicotte (Alofbennington@yahoo.com). I’m a professional broad-spectrum product innovator. But like most who read Amazon reviews, I simply want to buy excellent products at affordable prices.

      I bought two 3-packs of this 200-lumen flashlight (Techlite TE-105/200) from Costco four months ago. The regular price for a pack was $20, but it was on sale for $16 ($5.33 per flashlight). And, of course, it comes with Costco’s usual lifetime money-back guarantee.

      Fortunately, my profession gave me access to test equipment that facilitated an in-depth study of this flashlight. And I am happy to share my findings with the Amazon community, whose vast library of reviews helped me evaluate hundreds of products.

      OVERALL DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE

      The flashlight has a very smart design. My compliments to the team that created this practical marvel. And it’s manufactured with high precision from quality materials.

      ILLUMINATION

      The flashlight uses just 3 AAA batteries, yet is more illuminating than a traditional flashlight with 3 D batteries. I could barely believe my eyes. This little gadget will light up a big tree on a dark night from a hundred yards away!

      Intensity and hue do not noticeably vary from sample to sample.

      Reviewers of an earlier model (100-lumen) said an adjustable focus did not work properly. But the 200-lumen model has a fixed focus. Its ingeniously-shaped reflector concurrently delivers both an excellent spotlight (for intense illumination of the target) and an excellent floodlight (for ample peripheral illumination).

      COMPACTNESS

      Although the flashlight is compact, it fits one’s hand comfortably and securely.

      I had no hesitation replacing all of my flashlights, big and small, with this palm-sized floodlight. I love that it takes up so little room in my toolbox, glovebox, bedside drawer, kitchen drawer, laundry, and safe room.

      In fact, it’s even compact and light enough to carry in a pocket or purse. So it’s much more likely to be brought along than left at home.

      BATTERY RUN TIME TEST METHODOLOGY

      I performed a series of tests to determine the run time of a set of batteries, depending on the choice of beam–HIGH, LOW or STROBE.

      To assure that test results would not be influenced by differences between flashlight samples, I used the same flashlight throughout the series.

      To assure that test results would not be influenced by variations in battery performance or condition, I began every test by loading the flashlight with fresh batteries from the same stock (package of Costco Kirkland alkaline AAA batteries).

      I monitored the light output of the flashlight with a photometer (Sekonic L-246 outfitted with a white filter and 10X slide). I nested the head of the flashlight over the filter and took all readings from the meter’s black scale. Although the readouts are in nonstandard units, they are in proportion to the volume of light generated by the flashlight. And in these tests that’s what matters.

      With fresh batteries a beam’s brightness will be what I call “full-bright”. As the batteries drain, brightness will gradually diminish. But it is presumed that most users will find a beam acceptable so long as its brilliance doesn’t fall below “half-bright”. Accordingly, “battery run time” is the amount of time a fresh battery pack can deliver a beam at half-bright or better.

      It turns out that LOW has a full-bright reading of 100 on the scale; so it is half-bright at 50. HIGH has a full-bright reading of 300; so it is half-bright at 150. STROBE has a full-bright reading of 140; so it is half-bright at 70.

      Normally, one would load a fresh set of batteries into a flashlight, then consume them over a period of many months in multiple sessions, each followed by a long rest. It turns out that these rest breaks enable batteries to recover, extending their run time. To approximate this operational scenario in a compressed time frame, each test was broken into a series of five sessions (S1 through S5), separated with rest.

      I began each session by starting a count-up timer from zero. Then I selected the beam of interest. When the brilliance dropped to half-bright, I switched off the flashlight and noted the run time.

      Each beam was tested in 10 steps: (1) Install fresh batteries. (2) S1. (3) One-hour rest. (4) S2. (5) One-hour rest. (6) S3. (7) One-hour rest. (8) S4. (9) One-day rest. (10) S5.

      BATTERY RUN TIME TEST RESULTS

      Battery run time on LOW = (226 minutes in S1) + (35 in S2) + (18 in S3) + (7 in S4) + (24 in S5) = 310 minutes. That is, LOW lasts only 3.8 hours in a first session, but 5.2 hours overall.

      Battery run time on HIGH = (46 minutes in S1) + (24 in S2) + (4 in S3) + (2 in S4) + (4 in S5) = 80…

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    2. B. Stoops says:
      10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      Bang for the buck, June 30, 2012
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      B. Stoops (Phoenix, AZ) –
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      This review is from: Techlite Lumen Master 200 Lumens High-Intensity CREE XPG L.E.D. Tactical Flashlight, 3 Pack (Misc.)

      There are plenty of great technical reviews here to provide you with ample information if you are searching for a flashlights that go beyond mere toys. I’ll simply echo the current 4.9 star rating. I’ve had literally dozens of small flashlights like these, and I was blown away when I turned these on. They are BRIGHT. I actually got these for my kids, who like something to use for, among other things, reading in bed at night. These are probably a bit too bright for that! I now intend to keep these on hand for tasks that require a bit more light. The build quality seems excellent, and the size makes them ideal for carrying in a vehicle (the strobe feature is a real bonus for certain emergency situations) or keeping in drawers around the house in case of emergencies. For the cost, everyone ought to pick up at least one pack of these. My only gripe is the relatively short battery life — rated 1 hour on high, 4 hours on low (on the positive side, the low setting should almost always suffice). I’m hopeful that I’ll actually get more life than this, but I’ve not been able to burn through a set of batteries yet. I’d lower my rating to 4.5 stars for this reason if I could, but this is a minor gripe as these flashlights excel in every other way. Grab a set.

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    3. CW - Crazy about books "CW" says:
      7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
      3.0 out of 5 stars
      Flashlight is great, July 25, 2012

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      This review is from: Techlite Lumen Master 200 Lumens High-Intensity CREE XPG L.E.D. Tactical Flashlight, 3 Pack (Misc.)

      These flashlights work great and I really like them. I would love to leave a 5 star review, but when I opened the package only 2 of them worked. The metal ring on the bottom of the battery case is missing on one making it useless. I e-mailed the seller and customer service for the company requesting a battery pack/cage replacement only. I have gotten no response from either. If anyone has any idea how to buy just a battery pack/cage, please let me know. I have seen other reviews indicating that not all of their lights worked. So, just know…..the lights are great….IF they all work. I will return them since I am not interested in paying over $10 for each one.

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