Sofirn IF25A
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  • Great for EDC
  • Powerful emitter
  • Long lasting and pure white beam
  • Four beams, really
  • Nice all around light

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A technically advanced light with brilliant white output.
The Sofirn IF25A is a ~3800 lumen 21700-battery powered rechargeable flashlight. As you can see in the pictures, it comes with light, 21700 battery, USB charging cord, lanyard, and 185650 battery jacket. Summary: The IF25A produces a long lasting and pure white beam (4 beams, really!). That so much ...
5/5
R. Hood
2 years ago
amazon.com
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D4V2 vs sofirn IF25A
I got the IF25A and I am very happy with it. I think it offers some good advantages over the D4V2 like the integrated charging, and the bigger battery, more beefy build for better heat handling, lighted switch. I also think the optics that come with the IF25A produce a fantastic beam. You can get a good clip for it from the sofirn website.
Good light. 6k is the best way.
This little things got some power behind it. And it's little, and has big output. Four leds in there may be overboard but brighter is better in my opinion. Kinda wish I went with the 6k version though, I'm all for nice smooth colors but that is only on my TV. I like my lights like I like my women. W...
5/5
Taylor Tanner
2 years ago
amazon.com
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Sofirn IF25A 6500K review - Pros and Cons (2022)
2020 4 x Luminus SST20 LEDs 4000 lm output 10000 cd intensity 1 x 21700 Li-Ion battery
The Sofirn IF25A 6500K (IF25A6500K) released in 2020. It uses 4 x Luminus SST20 LEDs, TIR reflector and 1 x 21700 Li-Ion battery. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 4000 lm output, 10000 cd i...
NegativeNegative
4 months ago
flashlightchart.com
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Can someone suggest a “final flashlight” so I can break my addiction of researching and buying new flashlights?
Sofirn IF25A 4000k
I know it doesn't cost very much, but it meets all your requirements and is a great light.
The warm is no slouch...
Compared the wam and cool white versions. Surprised that the 4000k warm looks almost as bright as the cool (and that one is definitely a 3000+ lumens beast). Both versions are great, the brightest pocketable EDC light I've used. The battery it comes with is solid, too. Easy to charge with USB-C. Jus...
5/5
Billzilla
1 year ago
amazon.com
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Good quality material
Needed an affordable light that works. This is just the thing. Batteries included and the light is very bright. Fast shipping and everything works perfectly.
5/5
Jazmine B. Pantano on Dec 04
53 years ago
brightlumenshop.com
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Ran this beaut for 3 hours straight last night, on high... 3.5v this morning. I ❤️ 21700’s
I fell asleep one ti.e with my if25a on a medium to high setting and woke up with the battery at 3.8v. 21700 is where it is at. I wish hank would make a d4v2 style light that runs on 21700. That would be the bees knees.
Really nice light!
This is my first Sofirn light and I have to say, I'm really impressed. 4x SST20 95CRI 4000k with Anduril and USB charging, AND comes with a nice 21700 battery!!! This would probably be comparable to the Emisar D4, but this light is cheaper AND doesn't ship from China. This thing is really bright too...
5/5
tyler
1 year ago
amazon.com
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Sofirn IF25A review
Bright at 3800lm with a good beam profileBuilt in USB-C chargingCompact size4000K tint option available. Some sharp edgesNo pocket clipAnduril version is fairly old. Potential changes and improvements If Sofirn make an upgraded version of the IF25A, I’d like to see: C-to-C charging (and power bank functionality if possible)Flashing pads on the driver, so Anduril can be updated and tweaked easily Conclusion The Sofirn IF25A has a few minor issues but they’re balanced out by the power, capabilities and features of the light
PositivePositive
4 months ago
davestechreviews.com
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