Friday, July 22, 2016

UltraFire CREE XML T6 LED Flashlight 5 Mode Zoomable Torch Review

Are you ready to upgrade your large bulky dim flashlights to the latest flashlight technology?  The UltraFire CREE XML-T6 is one of the many different kinds of tactical flashlights that people are going crazy over.  These flashlights will do what your older model flashlights can’t do which is produce an ultra-bright light with several brightness features and is constructed with military grade materials to last you a long time.

UltraFire CREE XML-T6 Flashlight Features

Bulb:  The UltraFire flashlight uses a Cree T6 LED Bulb that shines at 1600 Lumens.  The bulb has a lifespan of up to 100,000 hours.  It should last you a long time.

Flashlight Outer Cover:  The flashlight is made of high quality aluminum alloy that is built tough to withstand drops and the elements.  It is also waterproof so if you drop it in water it won’t be damaged.  Just don’t leave it in water, as soon as it falls in remove it.

5 Mode Lighting:  High, Medium, Low, Strobe, and SOS.  To operate the mode settings on the end of the flashlight is a green button that is push button.  A gentle press of the button will switch between mode settings which is simple and easy to operate.

Batteries:  Uses rechargeable batteries 18650 3.6 v or 3 AAA batteries that are not included. Batteries will last approximately 2 hours on the High setting.

Adjustable Zoom:  Flashlight will adjust the focus of the light beam from a direct zoom to a flood type light beam.

On the UltraFire CREE XML-T6 Flashlight is very popular and has over 1,800 reviews from customers.  Customers have given the flashlight a rating of 4.0 out of 5 stars which is good.  It’s also very affordable for the average consumer and customers may want to get a few of these to replace the old flashlights you currently have.

What customers are saying:

Great Light. I can light up trees on the next street. Really can light up the entire back yard about 40 feet across and 100 Feet deep.
We use ours for fishing and around the house - we have paid 5 times this much for torches that are no better.
Has wide beam and zoom function which give a more direct beam, which is visable in daylight.
Great little flashlight. Can't get over how amazingly bright it is.

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