Sofirn SP70 Powerful 5500 Lumens 6500K XHP70.2 LED Flashlight Powered by 26650 Batteries, Ship From Canada

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This link is only for people located in Canada, order will be sent from Ontario. If you want to buy together with other models, please make sure they are all ship from Canada.


1. Super Bright Flashlight: Sofirn SP70 output ranges from 2 to 5500 lumens.

2. Long runtime: SP70 runs on two pcs 26650 5000mah batteries with a lifespan of 50,000 hours. 

3. Durable & Water resistant: Aircraft grade aluminum and prime premium Type hard -anodized tough for extreme conditions. IPX8 Water resistance ensures protection against splashing or spraying water from any angle.

4. Power Indicator: Click the tail switch to standby mode or cut off the light; When in standby mode, The side switch indicator shows the status of battery and It will also be easy to find the light in the dark.

5. Memory Function: The light will turn on in the last mode accessed, except for Moon, Turbo, Strobe and Beacon.

6. ATR technology: ATR will adjust the brightness level automatically when the driver temperature reaches 60°C (140 °F) to prevent overheating.

7. Operation:
Half-press the tail switch for momentary-on. Fully press the tail switch to turn on/off.
Click and hold the side switch to cycle through brightness levels: Eco-Low-Mid-High.
Double-click to activate Turbo mode.
Six fast clicks change from Group 1 to Group 2 or the other way around.

8. Outdoor & Indoor Use - Powerful handheld flashlight makes it best for outdoor and indoors activities like camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, DIY projects, auto repair & emergency tools. Quite a decent gift for friends who like outdoors, sports and flashlights.

9. Kind note:
Do not mix used and new batteries. Please make sure to use two batteries of the same type, i.e. same brand and same specification.
Operating for a long time in “High Powered” mode will warm flashlight up. This is normal.
Do not stare directly into the beam or point it directly into anyone's face.