Armytek Predator Pro Flashlight Review

Share
Ratings
Overall
Functionality
Value
Ergonomics
Durability

Armytek Predator Pro Flashlight Review


Basic Description of Item:
Powerful 670 Lumen Tactical Flashlight, with rechargeable battery. Outstanding Flashlight choice for Hunting, Home Use, Tactical use. Where a powerful beam is needed and wanted

New powerful Cree XP-G2 LED
Impessive light output 670 LED lumen
Beam distance up to 400 meters
Constant brightness for whole operation time
Fully programmable settings to fit your needs
Excellent tactical flashlight for Hunting
Powered by one 18650 Li-Ion or two CR123A/R123 batteries


Armytek Predator Flashlight



WHERE TO BUY:

http://www.armytek.com/products/flashlights/


Editor: Mike


Just the Facts:

Maximal light output: 670 LED lumens
Beam distance: 400m
LED:Cree XP-G2 R5
LED Tint: Cool White 5500K
(?) Optics:
Smooth reflector Stabilization of constant brightness regardless of frost and low battery voltage:
Hotspot diameter at 92 meters: 8m
Impact-resistant glass lens with sapphire and anti-reflection coating:
Dimensions & Weight
Length: 155mm
Body diameter: 25.4mm
Head diameter: 39.5mm
Weight (without batteries): 165


Story:

I have been using the ArmyTek Predator Flashlight for about 2 months. During this time I have taken it with me on several bruttaly cold winter campouts, on several early morning and late evening hikes, and just messed around with it at home.
I have one word to say about it. WOW!
This flashlight flat throws out a beam.

I was immediately impressed when I received the light. It came in a great package, and has great content. The flashlight came with a rechargeable battery, a re charger, a nice lanyard, several new gaskets, and a nice carry case.
That is a lot of extra stuff for a light that runs around $100.

I started by charging the battery for about 4 hours. The indicator expressed that the battery had been fully charged at this point. I placed the battery in, and did what most kids do with a new flashlight, I shined it in peoples eyes. BAD MOVE, and STUPID! This baby throws out 600 lumens plus, and will light up a hillside 100 yards away. Not a good idea to shine in your friends eyes. However a great idea to shine it in the eyes of an intruder.

I also noticed the rugged frame of this light, and the very sturdy and reliable on off button. This is a light that you could chuck off of a 10 foot cliff and have not worries about it working.

After several days of using it around the house. I headed to the mountains for a camp out and a hike in. The temperature read 8 below zero, but this did not impact the flashlight at all. It worked every time!
The light was great for finding a tough trail, and lit up the way with ease!

After deciding on a camping spot and setting up the tent, I hung the flashlight in the tent and used it like a lantern.
While the beam is fixed, it did serve this purpose well, and lit the tent up!

I continued to use the light over the course of the next month on different hikes, and campouts. It has served me perfectly, and has been a source of a LOT of discussion!


In Summary.
-It looks great, and works well in any temperature
-The battery appears to be able to last months, and over 12-15 hours of use with ease.
-The tactical look and design could be very useful in a self defense situation
-The Warranty is AWESOME.
-Great light that can be counted on to work


What they could do better:
I think they nailed it!



0 positive user reviews     0 negative user reviews.

Speak Your Mind

*

Click the stars to rate
Overall
Functionality
Value
Ergonomics
Durability