The Klarus G15 is a compact, super bright flashlight offering a maximum output of 4000 lumens from the Cree XHP70.2 P2 LED and is powered by 1 x 21700 li-ion battery (included).
The everyday carry light features five brightness levels, ranging from 1 to 4000 lumens, plus three special modes, ensuring there is a suitable output for any application. To operate the torch, the G15 has a single side switch, allowing for fast and conveninent access to the various settings. To prevent accidental activation, the torch also has a lockout mode.
The G15 is rechargeable via a 2A micro USB port on the side of the light and comes with a USB charging cable. When charging the side switch will show a red ring around it that changes to green when fully charged. So that you know when it's time to recharge, the torch has a battery capacity indicator that automatically activates when the light is turned on. The indicator will show:
- Green: 70% - 100% capacity remaining
- Orange: 30% - 70% capacity remaining
- Red: Less than 30% capacity remaining
- Flashing Red: Less than 10% capacity remaining
Turbo: 4000 lumens - 1.2 hrs runtime
High: 2000 lumens - 1.5 hrs runtime
Medium: 500 lumens - 6 hrs runtime
Low: 100 lumens - 28 hrs runtime
Moonlight: 1 lumen - 200 hrs runtime
Strobe: 4000 lumens - 2 hrs runtime
Beacon: 500 lumens - 120 hrs runtime
SOS: 500 lumens - 18 hrs runtime
Maximum beam distance 188 meters, waterproof to IPX-8 and resistant to impacts up to 1 meter.
Includes: Klarus 5000mAh li-ion 21700 battery, USB charging cable, pouch, pocket clip, lanyard, o-ring.
- Dimensions: 27.6 mm x 25.3 mm x 120.6 mm / 1.09" x 1" x 4.75"
- Weight: 70 g / 2.47 oz. (excluding battery)
- LED Colour Temperature: 6500K
- Working Voltage: 2.5V - 4.2V
- Centralised controls for easy one-handed operation
- 5 brightness levels and 3 special modes for any scenario
24/11/2020 - Mr Mitchell, Louth
A very small flashlight with an output that puts bigger and far more expensive products to shame! It produces a broad, very bright flood light, which is excellent for seeing everything around you in pitch dark conditions. It’s not a beam ‘thrower’ so look elsewhere if you want a spot light for showing up distant objects. Excellent run times too and very good value for the lumen output.