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- Made for the outdoors
- Brightness is good for a small light
- Comes with a clip and lanyard
- An adjustable focus beam
- Body is made of aluminum alloy, which makes it durable and lightweight
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Astrolux MF01S review - Pros and Cons (2022)
2019 18 x Luminus SST20 LEDs 15000 lm output 95000 cd intensity 4 x 18650 Li-Ion batteries
The Astrolux MF01S (MF01S) released in 2019. It uses 18 x Luminus SST20 LEDs, TIR reflector and 4 x 18650 Li-Ion batteries. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 15000 lm output, 95000 cd in...
Grizzly’s Sofirn Q8 Pro Review – Mega lumens for a low price
Even with 4, I doubt you're getting the full 11,000 lumens (sofirn *says* you are, but testing of their previous lights reveals we should not believe this claim). I think you're better off forgoing the batteries and getting button top 30Qs or P26As elsewhere, even though that's $25-$30 (so $10-$20 more than the included cells), you're leaving performance on the table otherwise, likely not even getting the claimed 11k number.
Astrolux Updates the MF01 with the MF01S – PhotonPhreaks
Astrolux has announced an update to the popular MF01. It’s the MF01S, and it looks to be available with Luminus SST-20 emitters, and also Cree XP-G3 emitters. Eighteen of them!
There will be many body colors available, too. Possibly (or probably) the following:
There are also banks of seconda...
ASTROLUX® MF01S 18*SST20 15000lm 616m Anduril 18650 Flashlight - Save Money by Shopping Smart! @1theDeals
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Using 18x luminus SST-20 LED
Max output up to 15000lm
Max beam candela is 95000cd
High efficiency direct drive driver
Aerospace grade aluminum alloy and stainless bezel
Astrolux MF01S Flashlight Review
Astrolux should also set the thermal calibration for a better out the box experience – or at least have a bit of paper recommending people do that. Having Anduril on the light but the version seems to be quite old, missing some of the latest features light auto lockout. Conclusion I really like the MF01S
Recently been having a bear stroll through my property, so I wanted a good bright flashlight for when I walk my pup at night. After getting opinions from coworkers, I decided to buy this M2. Got it barely used for 200.00, and I’m just curious if you guys think I overpaid?
An Astrolux MF01S is less than half the price and has 1000 more lumens. You're paying for guaranteed function when you buy Olight, but in over 2 years of owning my Astrolux, including in extreme weather and even submerged in water multiple times, it has never failed.
Can you guys talk me into or talk me out of buying the Astrolux WP3/Mateminco FW1 please?
Buy a WP3 I will buy one with you brother. I've been looking for an excuse to pull the trigger and my MF01S order being delayed didn't send me over the edge, though it has made quite sad
Edit: wait which one is better???