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Sunwayman C22C Dual-Light Night Traveler Flashlight w/ Neutral White Side Light CREE XM-L2 & CREE XP-G2 R5 LED 1000 Lumens Uses 2xCR123As or 1x18650 $19.95 free shipping

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Sunwayman C22C Dual-Light Night Traveler Flashlight with Neutral White Side Light - CREE XM-L2 & CREE XP-G2 R5 LED - 1000 Lumens - Uses 2 x CR123As or 1 x 18650

$19.95 with free shipping at batteryjunction.com

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You can bundle an 18650 2600mah for $7.46 more or an 18650 3400mah for $11.96 more.
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SUNWAYMAN C22C
Dual LED Light
Introducing the C22C Dual LED flashlight from SUNWAYMAN, an innovative flashlight featuring a main light, as well as a secondary side light. Measuring in at just over four inches and weighing 3.1 ounces, the C22C is constructed from aero-grade aluminum alloy with a military grade hard-anodized finish, leaving you with a durable and rugged every-day-carry light. The C22C is perfect when you're night hiking with friends and need to light the trail ahead, while also shining where you are walking. The powerful magnetic tailcap allows you to attach the C22C to a metal surface, making working in the garage a breeze. Also attached to the tail cap is a small tungsten steel spike for those emergency situations. All in all, the C22C is shaping up to be a very powerful, yet compact and versatile light that is sure to simplify your life even further.

Lighting Technology
Dual CREE LEDs
Equipped with a cool white CREE XM-L2 main light and a neutral CREE XP-G2 side light, the C22C is able to emit a multitude of output levels. The C22C outputs a powerful 1000 lumens from the main light when on Turbo, while the side outputs a very bright 180 lumens. Operating the C22C is very simple; depress the multi-functional side switch to cycle between the main light modes. A click and hold of the side switch will activate the side light, while a quick double-click and hold will activate both the main light and side light at the same time. Mode memory will ensure you enter that last output mode used, so there are no surprises or re-configuring the output/LED you need.

Power
Primary or Rechargeable
Powering the C22C are either two primary CR123A Lithium batteries or a single rechargeable 18650 Li-Ion cell. The C22C is IPX-8 waterproof and impact resistant up to 1.5 meters, which means you don't have to worry about damaging the batteries and/or the light if it starts to rain or your happen to drop it in a puddle.

Features:

Cool white main light and neutral side light
Tactical forward click switch for momentary On
Constant current circuit provides constant output
Tungsten steel spike defense tool
Toughened ultra-clear mineral glass with anti-scratch coating
Constructed from aero-grade aluminum alloy
HAIII military grade hard-anodized finish
Impact resistant to 1.5 meters
Waterproof in accordance with IPX-8 standards
Included Accessories: pocket clip, lanyard, and spare O-rings

Specifications:

LED: CREE XM-L2 (U2) & CREE XP-G2 (R5)
Battery: 2x CR123A or 1x 18650 (Batteries NOT included)
Cool White CREE XM-L2 (U2) Main Light - Output mode/Runtime:
Turbo: 1000 lumens / *
High: 580 lumens / 2hrs
Mid: 130 lumens / 10hrs
Low: 35 lumens / 30hrs
Strobe: 1000 lumens
Neutral White CREE XP-G2 (R5) Side Light - Output mode/Runtime:
High: 180 lumens / 3hrs
Mid: 46 lumens / 9hrs
Low: 16 lumens / 45hrs
Max Beam Distance: 208 meters
Dimensions:
Length: 4.3" (110mm)
Bezel Diameter: 1.1" (28mm)
Body Diameter: 0.98" (25mm)
Weight: 3.1 oz (88g) (excluding batteries)

*Turbo will automatically switch to a lower mode after three minutes of use at its highest level of output to prevent from overheating.


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Why would there be a light on the side? Reviews complain about it melting into holsters or pockets because it's too easy to activate.
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Why would there be a light on the side? Reviews complain about it melting into holsters or pockets because it's too easy to activate.
Looks like a use case for this is you clip it to your side, then turn it on and be hands free.
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Why would there be a light on the side? Reviews complain about it melting into holsters or pockets because it's too easy to activate.
For tailstanding , sticking to a surface with the magnetic tail and it's easier to hold with your wrist in a natural position.

You may be able to lock out by loosening the battery cap a bit to keep the light from accidentally turning on. At least that's the way most lights work.
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That makes sense actually, it's one way to use the side light. Thanks
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Looks like a use case for this is you clip it to your side, then turn it on and be hands free.
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I have the original version from years ago that I paid something like $45. The side lighting was red instead of neutral. Light was unreliable after a month or 2 of minimal use. I didn't have a need to carry the light around either. Sometimes it would light up for a few seconds and sometimes for a minute or 2 then shut off. I wouldn't waste my money on this junk. Buy a better brand or go cheaper on Amazon.
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I have the original version from years ago that I paid something like $45. The side lighting was red instead of neutral. Light was unreliable after a month or 2 of minimal use. I didn't have a need to carry the light around either. Sometimes it would light up for a few seconds and sometimes for a minute or 2 then shut off. I wouldn't waste my money on this junk. Buy a better brand or go cheaper on Amazon.
For the record, sunwayman is considered high end. It's up there with the best of them.
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That maybe the case but I am now gun shy buying from a lot of these Chinese companies. I'd buy from Olight though. Btw, when mine started behaving badly, I started researching and many people on the discussion group encountered the same issue and Sunwayman and the vendor(s) basically either ignored us or told us we were out of luck.
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In4one. Thanks OP!

I was looking for a floody side light with a neutral tint to replace my temperamental Skilhunt H03. 180/46/16 lumens should be okay for me (although I would have preferred 180/30/5).

Not sure whether I have a use for the main beam. Maybe add a diffuser? In any case, I don't see why it has a turbo mode. To the naked eye, there isn't much difference (subjectively) between 1000 lumens and 580 lumens.
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Expected run time in 1,000 lumen "turbo" mode? 0.05 hours, or 5 minutes. Lol.

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