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Sofirn SP70 powerful 5500 lumens Flashlight, CREE XHP70 2nd gen LED powered by 26650 batteries

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You are buying SP70 KIT with 26650 Batteries, choose 4700K-5000K or 6000K-6500K.


1. Super Bright Cree Led Flashlight: Sofirn SP70 utilizes CREE XHP70 2nd gen. LED, 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 condition. 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 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 make 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 outdoor, sports and flashlight.

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.