Sofirn SP36 Pro
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  • Great for the price
  • Solid build and excellent batteries
  • Professional feel to it
  • 6000 lumens
  • No tripod mounting hole or any place to attach a lanyard

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My First Real Flashlight/Light Saber/Portable Heater
After having a few of the $7 eBay lights and constantly being mocked at work by the resident flashlight nerd - I mean COLLECTOR (AKA "Captain Kirk"), - i.e. "get that hand grenade away from me", "you're going to set yourself on fire", etc. I bought the SP36 on his recommendation. Build quality is ex...
5/5
Jonathan B.
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Just bought the Sofirn SP36 on sale. I’m going on a cruise this spring and can’t wait to try it out in the dark on the ocean!
I will report back if I get arrested and thrown in the brig.
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Great powerful flashlight!
I was not paid or given free stuff for this review. This light was designed by an online community of flashlight enthusiasts and manufactured by Sofirn, and it is powerful, well-made, and well worth the money. If you're hesitant because you've never heard of the brand before, I have several lights f...
5/5
AAM
4 years ago
amazon.com
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Sofirn SP36 Anduril review - Pros and Cons (2022)
2020 4 x Samsung LH351D LEDs 5650 lm output 31000 cd intensity 3 x 18650 Li-Ion batteries
The Sofirn SP36 Anduril (SP36NARSILM) released in 2020. It uses 4 x Samsung LH351D LEDs, SMO reflector and 3 x 18650 Li-Ion batteries. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 5650 lm output, 31...
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4 months ago
flashlightchart.com
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Two individual Sofirn XP-L2 Would outshine this quadro XP-L2 with much to spare.
* * * No idea where they came up with this Ridiculous 6000lumen from !!! ,,,, More ridiculous are all those reviewers who gave an uncanny song and dance performance vouching for the ridiculously fantastic (as in a Fantacy) claim, clapping and chanting all in unison !!! If each individual LED chip is...
2/5
FlyBoy
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Sofirns 6000 lumen powerhouse!
What can I say about Sofirns SP36 that hasn’t already been said by “flashaholics” everywhere? It’s just fantastic in every way! 6000 lumens sub $100!!! That is just insane! The UI is programmable for those willing to dive a bit deeper if they choose. I preferred the simple ramping UI. It is easy and...
5/5
Jeremy T. Nork
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Sofirn SP36. Programmable USB Rechargeable Flashlight -
or disable the feature completely. The SP36 is a solid, hefty flashlight. It’s not terribly big, but it’s reasonably heavy
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4 months ago
lightsngear.com
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Review: Sofirn SP36 BLF Anduril 1 (4xLH351D, 5600lm) & IF22A (SFT40, 2100lm) Rechargeable Flashlights
This is an acceptable result overall, especially as this feature is more of a “bonus”.Battery CapacityTesting of the included battery cell was performed the same as above and seemed to demonstrate a cell with only 4661mAh capacity.
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4 months ago
goughlui.com
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Excelent value ! (Re-review 18/Aug/2019)
Re-review on 18/Aug/2019 -> 5 to 3 star. After several months of use, the flashlight has held well, solid build and excellent batteries ... though I've encountered some issues while using it. 1.- The flashlight while being small which at the first glance is a good idea to save space and 6k lumens, i...
3/5
Juan M.
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Sofirn SP36 Pro Review & Comparison (SST40, 8000 Lumens)
My conclusion, the sofian sp36 pro is an enthusiast light with a nice little upgrade over the standard sp-36 with the additional output and switching over to the android 1.0 firmware, it's more like a scaled down. Blf q8, with a ton of output still and an android firmware
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LiquidRetro
4 months ago
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