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There's 2 listings for the Olight S2R Baton II, both for $50. Sometimes the price fluctuates momentarily. Retails for $70.

Uses custom 18650 li-ion battery, comes with a custom magnetic charger. Press and hold to cycle through the 3 modes. Double-click to go straight to max. Or press and hold from off to go to moonlight.

Yes, this is an expensive flashlight, and you can get 1000 lumens for much cheaper. But for some, they prefer higher quality lights and a better UI.

Flashlight specifications: https://olightworld.com/olight-s2r-baton-ii

Purchase links:
https://smile.amazon.com/Recharge...B01LYOYEZL

https://smile.amazon.com/Olight-S...B07K4SBMNR
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The word, "baton," means, 'short tube.' That's exactly what this is..
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I own an S2R. You can still use regular 18650 batteries though. Just make sure it's not a flat top battery. The custom battery it comes with is just if you want to use it to recharge while still inside the flashlight by using the included magnetic cable that attaches to he bottom of the light. I really appreciate the lockout function to prevent it from accidentally being turned on. The magnetic base attaches to metal surfaces and is super helpful. All in all, it's a solid little light and Olight makes really good products. My only minor complaint is that I kinda wish the switch interface was better.
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It's a well established brand that is regularly recommended. Don't read too much into fakespot
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Interesting. If the battery wasn't "custom" and the base was better, I'd be interested.

Not sure how it's a "custom" 18650 unless they added the protection bits.
The base is a great idea and one that I've been waiting for, but it looks too small. Either the flashlight will get bumped off the base or if it's highly magnetic, something that will stick to it when picked up.

My ultimate wireless charging base for a flashlight would be like a dock that the light slides into, holding it securely and charging wirelessly. Still waiting on someone to make that. Smilie
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I still carry the original S2, great compact flashlight from well known mfg. Unlike the previous post, Olight batteries are legit and I use rechargeable base for other lights from this company for convenience. It is not meant to be kept charged until needed, just portable and at this price point. Else I have a full size 4 bay charger with additional 18650's ready to swap.
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Interesting. If the battery wasn't "custom" and the base was better, I'd be interested.

Not sure how it's a "custom" 18650 unless they added the protection bits.
The base is a great idea and one that I've been waiting for, but it looks too small. Either the flashlight will get bumped off the base or if it's highly magnetic, something that will stick to it when picked up.

My ultimate wireless charging base for a flashlight would be like a dock that the light slides into, holding it securely and charging wirelessly. Still waiting on someone to make that. Smilie
I own an S2R. You can still use regular 18650 batteries though. Just make sure it's not a flat top battery. The custom battery it comes with is just if you want to use it to recharge while still inside the flashlight by using the included magnetic cable that attaches to he bottom of the light. I really appreciate the lockout function to prevent it from accidentally being turned on. The magnetic base attaches to metal surfaces and is super helpful. All in all, it's a solid little light and Olight makes really good products. My only minor complaint is that I kinda wish the switch interface was better.
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I own an S2R. You can still use regular 18650 batteries though. Just make sure it's not a flat top battery. The custom battery it comes with is just if you want to use it to recharge while still inside the flashlight by using the included magnetic cable that attaches to he bottom of the light. All in all, it's a solid little light. My only minor complaint is that I kinda wish the switch interface was better.
So it needs button top 18650, but what are they included that allows it to charge from the base? Is it the overcurrent protection circuit? I have several good panasonic 18650's with that built in. Would those work?
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So it needs button top 18650, but what are they included that allows it to charge from the base? Is it the overcurrent protection circuit? I have several good panasonic 18650's with that built in. Would those work?
If I remember correctly, you can only use the custom 18650 to recharge it while still inside the light. Regular rechargeable 18650 requires a separate charger. There are a bunch of reviews out there that can confirm this as well as the PDF manual in Olight's product page.
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I bought one for about $8 from ebay and it works amazing. Water proof and rechargable with 18650 battery. Not sure what is special about this one. Had mine for about a year and no issues.
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I use the Olight to light up my "O"face.
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I love this light! I beat it up so bad and it's still working!
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I have been carrying the copper version of the S2 daily for about 3 years now, and it's simply outstanding. At 950lm, it's slightly less powerful, but the S2 form factor is about as small as you can get with an 18650. I believe you can also stack two CR123A's, too.

If it's anything like the S2, the magnet in the end cap is removable without compromising the functionality, if that's your thing. I charge my battery via Olight's separate USB magnetic charger, though.

The "moonlight" mode is one of the best parts of these lights. Something like 0,5lm; it's ideal for getting a good flood of very soft light in complete darkness without disturbing others around you.

All in all, this thing has taken some punishment and it's kept on going. I can't recommend Olight enough!
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My opinion is that they should not refer to this model using "Baton". Misleading. I was expecting a baton sized frame. I've plenty of torches in compact size already. Boo.
Not one for semantics, but agreed. I thought it would be a baton too, but it's tiny.
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How does the Olight compare to a Fenix? What is the warranty on the Olight?
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