Lumintop FW3A 2,800-Lumen Compact Flashlight
Lumintop FW3A 2,800-Lumen Compact Flashlight
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Considering the Lumintop FW3A flashlight measures just 3.7 inches long, it’s hard to believe that it puts out up to 2,800 lumens and casts a beam as far as 200 meters—but that’s the kind of power we’ve come to expect from Lumintop over the years. Made with an anodized aluminum body, the FW3A can take a beating on the trail or when it’s tossed around in the toolbox Read More

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Rakshae
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Apr 28, 2020
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Any word on if there'll be a shipping delay in light of the current unpleasantness?
Apr 28, 2020
Phasmainmachina
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Apr 6, 2020
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Still no one with an answer to my button issue? Or would Lumintop be the better option, to approach them?
Apr 6, 2020
TylerDurden333
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Apr 5, 2020
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Did they fix the clicky or does the guts of the button still fall out when disassembled? Emisar KR4 looks better to me.
Apr 5, 2020
Chocosj
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Apr 3, 2020
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Is this include a 18650 cell or not?
Apr 3, 2020
Phasmainmachina
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Apr 1, 2020
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I have one of these from the previous Drop, and it’s a fantastic flashlight, except for the interface, which is, quite frankly, highly confusing and far more complex than it really needs to be. While I understand that there’s a section of the flashlight using community who love to fiddle around with interfaces, having to sit perusing the user guide for 30 minutes to try, unsuccessfully, to figure out how to get a strobe function or the turbo mode easily is a royal pain! The other issue is that the switch has stopped working, probably because of an issue with the electronic switch, and I’ve had no response to requests for a replacement. what I’d like to see is a choice between the complicated, multi-choice interface and a conventional sequential push button on the tail cap. If someone could get back to me regarding a replacement for my non-functioning tailcap, I’d very much appreciate it. I
Apr 1, 2020
RayF
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Apr 1, 2020
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I have personally experienced the heartbreak and disappointment of "batteries not included"--never again!
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Apr 1, 2020
Sheriff_Dan
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Apr 1, 2020
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A note to the "Drop" purchasers; As a user of many flashlights during my decades long, law enforcement career, I must say that a flashlight with multiple beam strength options is much more versatile than a single power flame throwing, 1000-3000 lumen flashlight. My recommendation to the "Drop" purchaser/testers for future flashlight purchases is to buy flashlights with multiple beam power options, for example, a Low power option is good for the theater or other venue in order to find your seats or to keep from tripping on those seated in your row; Medium power which might be used outside at night while walking the dog or walking in the parking lot after shopping; High power for those times when in a dark alley, camping, or other similiar area. As an option, a Strobe would be helpful as I have personally used a strobe to repel a pack of coyotes while walking my dog at night (they hate strobes and will turn and run in the opposite direction). In addition, from a personal protection point of view, a strobe can momentarily disorientate an "assultive" person and give you time to get away or call for help. Just some thoughts.....
Apr 1, 2020
Sheriff_Dan
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Apr 5, 2020
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I have been using various brands of flashlights in the LE (law enforcement) profession for over 20 years and I must tell you that many flashlights in use in the LE field are "just one mode.' Here are some examples: Surefire https://www.surefire.com/g2x-tactical.html.
Streamlight started out making "one mode" flashlights (Model SL 20) for LE decades ago. In fact, they are still in use. Recently, they have have upgraded the original SL 20 model to a Dual-Mode (high-low power) option flashlight. Many SL 20 "one mode" flashlights are still being used in the field by law enforcement. https://www.streamlight.com/en/products/detail/index/sl-20l When we use our flashlight, it is usually to gain a tactical advantage in order to illuminate a person(s) or target at the highest light output for our safety and the safety of the public. I hope this helps.
Apr 5, 2020
ebc4
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May 22, 2020
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sghound
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Apr 1, 2020
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the clip looks black in the pix. can someone help confirm this pls?
Apr 1, 2020
Faden
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Apr 1, 2020
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Could just be the lighting. The one I have is polished.
Apr 1, 2020
piedrafria
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Dec 8, 2019
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I was also surprised by the lack of battery, option to include and the choice id the type of cell. However, they're inexpensive name brands online that I bought 2 and a charger for under $20. The light is bright and useful. I won it here on a Drop contest so I can't review. But I think it's plenty cool.
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Dec 8, 2019
Phasmainmachina
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Dec 3, 2019
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My FW3A has suddenly stopped working! The battery is fully charged, and there is a brief flash when the cap is screwed on, but there’s no light function at all. Any suggestions? And how do I go about returning it?
Dec 3, 2019
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