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Sofirn SC31 Pro Rechargeable Flashlight 2000 Lumens
SST40 6500K LED, 18650 Battery (included), Type C Charging Port


Original Price: $36,99
Deal Price: $25.89 (30% off)
Code: 303E66US
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Emitter: SST40 LED
Peak Beam Distance: 200 meters
Tint: 6500K
Intensity: 10000 cd
Battery Configurations: One 18650 li-ion battery (Included)
Switch Type: Electronic side switch
Material: Made of air-craft grade aluminum alloy
Dimensions: 117.5mm x 25.4mm
Water resistant: IPX8
Working Voltage: 2.8-4.2V
Mode Memory: Yes
Low Voltage Protection: Yes
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Yes, this is a great little EDC-type flashlight. It's very popular in the r/Flashlight Reddit community and I personally own two of them, with 2 different beam temps, and I would definitely recommend it. This is a great price for it, too. The build quality is good; it's impressively bright, for its size; and it has built-in USB-C charging; for less than $30, it's a great value.
To trigger strobe you have to click 3 times and hold on the last. You are drunk if you hit that with any regularity by accident. The button is lit so I cannot imagine how you are missing it in the dark unless you shut it off the button light. I agree with you on liking rear clicky but one of the options for this light is a magnetic tailcap which you can't have if you have the switch back there.
Code also works on the BIG kit version which includes diffuser and magnetic tail cap for ~$5 more. $41.99 down to $29.39.

https://www.amazon.com/SC31Pro-Rechargeable-Flashlight-Powerful-Included/dp/B094ZBH8QL/ref=sr_1_1?dc... [amazon.com]

I purchased on a SlickDeal in January and for ~$23(?) and really like this light. I'm no flashlight guy but found it easy to use & great output. Also prefer the side button vs. tail.

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This shit good or what?
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This shit good or what?
Yes, this is a great little EDC-type flashlight. It's very popular in the r/Flashlight Reddit community and I personally own two of them, with 2 different beam temps, and I would definitely recommend it. This is a great price for it, too. The build quality is good; it's impressively bright, for its size; and it has built-in USB-C charging; for less than $30, it's a great value.
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Yes, this is a great little EDC-type flashlight. It's very popular in the r/Flashlight Reddit community and I personally own two of them, with 2 different beam temps, and I would definitely recommend it. This is a great price for it, too. The build quality is good; it's impressively bright, for its size; and it has built-in USB-C charging; for less than $30, it's a great value.
thanks for the response! What are some drawbacks of this light compared to others?
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thanks for the response! What are some drawbacks of this light compared to others?
I'm not sure which particular being temperature this deal is for, they have this flashlight in a 5000k and a 6500k, I believe, and it seems like most people prefer the 5000K beam temperature, as it's more pleasing to the ice. In my opinion, though, either way, it's a great little flashlight, particularly, for the price.

With regards to how this flashlight compares to other, similar flashlights in this price range, I think it's probably about as good as it gets. Particularly, with regards to lights that are available on Amazon and can be delivered within a couple days. For this price, I just don't think anyone will be disappointed in this SC31 Pro flashlight.
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I'm not sure which particular being temperature this deal is for, they have this flashlight in a 5000k and a 6500k, I believe, and it seems like most people prefer the 5000K beam temperature, as it's more pleasing to the ice. In my opinion, though, either way, it's a great little flashlight, particularly, for the price.

With regards to how this flashlight compares to other, similar flashlights in this price range, I think it's probably about as good as it gets. Particularly, with regards to lights that are available on Amazon and can be delivered within a couple days. For this price, I just don't think anyone will be disappointed in this SC31 Pro flashlight.
Looks like it's 6500K
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Pretty sure it's almost always this price on the Sofirn site.
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This looks like the small flashlight judging by the size of that belt clip. Review says it doesn't charge with USB C to USB C, which is strange (only USB C to USB A charges properly).
With that in mind, I'll wait for a 'normal' sized USB rechargable 'tactical' flashlight to show up here.
It doesn't have a chip to identify itself to the charger for pd charging.

It's decent sized not small.
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People have EDC flashlights?
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thanks for the response! What are some drawbacks of this light compared to others?
The only thing I don't 100% like is the side clicky. I'm more of a rear clicky.

It's more of a spot than wide beam. Anduril is an awesome ui. At lower light levels it's much more warm than 6500. Only on turbo does it really turn blueish. Usb c charging means you can charge it without having to pull the battery. It's a very solid, high quality light.
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I tried one of these, and I couldn't get used to the switch location. It was too hard to identify while fumbling around in the dark, which ironically is pretty important for a flashlight. I'm not a member of /r/flashlight, and don't consider myself an expert. I have at least a dozen of what used to be the cool chinese flashlights from nearly a decade ago, with the cree bulb, single AA battery, and they have a big diaphram style push button on the back of the light. Very easy to find, and activate for me. I sent this flashlight back to amazon.

Also, the old flashlights don't have the stupid strobe/SOS mode. Why does china think we all need a strobe option? Go home china, you're drunk.
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I tried one of these, and I couldn't get used to the switch location. It was too hard to identify while fumbling around in the dark, which ironically is pretty important for a flashlight. I'm not a member of /r/flashlight, and don't consider myself an expert. I have at least a dozen of what used to be the cool chinese flashlights from nearly a decade ago, with the cree bulb, single AA battery, and they have a big diaphram style push button on the back of the light. Very easy to find, and activate for me. I sent this flashlight back to amazon.

Also, the old flashlights don't have the stupid strobe/SOS mode. Why does china think we all need a strobe option? Go home china, you're drunk.
?? this switch actually lights up green with led in the dark (you can also turn it off)
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