Nextorch Saint Torch 11 Flashlight (3,500 Lumens)
Nextorch Saint Torch 11 Flashlight (3,500 Lumens)
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The Saint Torch 11 packs a ton of power into an 8-inch aluminum body. Armed with a 1XPH70B LED, it pumps out a remarkable 3,500 lumens for 3 hours on turbo mode Read More

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Can it be used with 4 standard 18650 cells instead of the proprietary battery pack? A well made flashlights can last a long time (for example: the LED is rated for 20+ years of "on" time), yet batteries are consumable (losing a little capacity with each passing day and every charge & discharge cycle until they fail). With a proprietary battery pack I don't know whether replacements will be available tomorrow, let alone in 5 or 10 years, and even if someone is selling them: will they ship the batterypack, without flashlight, to my country? Therefore, I have to regard a flashlight that requires a proprietary batterypack as a disposable item that will probably be unusable when the batterypack inevitably fails.
RichardinKRV
5
Oct 17, 2018
I am like a kid waiting for Christmas morning, waiting for this drop to close!
Chewbacca
55
Oct 15, 2018
I only see one LED. Where are the others?
AstroBev
80
Oct 15, 2018
Looks like the description might have just been copy-paste off Nextorch's website, they have it listed as three there too. However if you scroll down into promotional pictures it says there's one LED (as shown in the pictures).
obmsales03
22
Dec 3, 2018
1 CREE LED
RayL
93
Oct 15, 2018
Can you tell me which battery cells it uses? Maybe 18650s?
obmsales03
22
Dec 3, 2018
it use battery pack, seems like 4x18650
Axeguy
1363
Jan 3, 2019
Yeah, and all packed into a fancy little package. I do like the option to use this as a power bank. But how long will it really last. Seems like buying another battery pack would be advisable if you are committed to this...however, they'll come up with some kind of new battery or something that'll burn the retinas off bats at a mile...then onwards, forever updating...everything these days. It's not so much planned obsolescence (although that is happening, for sure everywhere) as consumers' short attention spans... :)
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