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Rofis TR51 Cree XM-L U2
The new Rofis TR51 features a unique double tube body, which is comfortable to hold and makes this light stand out from the crowd.
The TR51 uses a Cree XM-L U2 LED with a maximum output of 880 lumens. Four brightness levels plus three flashing modes:
Low: 12 Lumens - 175 hour runtime
Mid: 145 Lumens - 12 hour runtime
High: 400 Lumens - 4.5 hour runtime
Turbo: 880 Lumens - 1.5 hour runtime
Strobe: 880 Lumens
SOS: 145 Lumens
Beacon: 145 Lumens
The TR51 can be powered by four CR123A or two 18650 Li-Ion batteries.
Other features include tactical tail switch with momentary function, side button to change brightness level / mode, smooth reflector for long throw, and intelligent circuit, which remembers the last brightness level used.
Includes belt holster, paracord lanyard, spare o-ring and CR123 batteries.
In Stock Now: £89.95 Includes Free UK Delivery
- Cree XM-L LED (U2) with a life span of 50,000 hours
- Battery: 4x CR123A / 2x 18650
- 152 mm (length) x 45 mm (body width) x 46 mm (head diameter)
- 233-gram weight (excluding batteries)
- Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness
- Intelligent memory circuit,automatically memorizes the brightness level when switch off
- Over-charge protection function, when the battery is in low voltage, the light will flicker twice every two minutes
- Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
- Adopt the double-tube design with knurling,comfortable to hold, convenient for the operation
- Two modes and seven types of output ◎Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
- Adopt double-switch design (tail tactical switch, side dimmer switch)
- Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
- Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
- Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
- Notice: The above-mentioned parameters (tested in lab by using quality CR123A primary Lithium batteries) are approximate and may vary between flashlights, batteries, and environments.