LED: Luminus SST20
Max output: ANSI 600 Lumens
Max runtime: 48 hours
Max beam distance: 128 meters
Max peak beam intensity: 4100cd
Impact-resistant: 1 Meter
Battery: Uses 1xAA 1.5V Alkaline , 1xAA 1.2V Ni-MH or 3.7V 14500 Li-ion Battery
Battery Included: 1xAA 1.5V Alkaline
Rated Range: 1V ~ 4.2V
Gunmetal gray / Black
Length 85.0 mm / 3.35 inch
Head diameter 19.0 mm / 0.75 inch Body diameter 19.5 mm / 0.77 inch
Weight: 25 g / 0.88 oz (without battery)
Included: 1x E2A, 1xAA Alkaline battery, Lanyard, Clip, Operator’s manual, Spare O-ring
**Battery installation: Insert the battery positive end toward the head of the light, otherwise it will not work. The battery should always be inserted from the head end of the light. If you open the tail cap there is a metal ring that can come out.**
When the light turning on, the beam is directed away from the eyes.
Take out the battery if you are storing the flashlight for a long period of time to prevent the battery from leaking.
Flashlight turning on/off:
Fully press the switch to turn on the light.
Repeat half-press switch change levels.
Fully press the switch again to turn it off.
Powered by a convenient and widely available single AA battery
Max output of 600 lumens, Powerful and High-Efficiency.
Reliable mechanical switch without any standby current.
Rugged indestructible aluminum body with anti-scratching type III hard anodization.
Extremely easy carry: Barely know it is there with its lightweight and small size.
Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
TIR optic lens producing a soft and balanced beam for comfortable use.
Automatic memory function, remember last used setting and can be preset to specific output mode for instant access.
Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation.
Tail stand as a candle-light.
Wide input range provides more choices of batteries. High-efficiency driver circuit.
Engineered anti-slip knurling for a tightly firm grip.
I was sent this light from killzone flashlights to review. I was curious about the Skilhunt brand for a few years seeing their headlamps with optics and color tint options had me curious. I wasnt sure what to expect with the E2A. I've been using for a few days as an edc light and I find I am liking more and more. First off the look is nicely machined atleast on the model that was sent to me. I have the 4000k sst20 high cri model in gray. The gray colour is nice and i think i like it better than if i had the black. The light has a basic ui with 3 simple modes of output. The driver is efficient and ive tested the low mode with an old zebralight 14500 flat top protected battery for about 7 hours and 43 minutes on the lowest mode. The light did not run out of power nor change the brightest within the time period and since for my preferences and uses that is more than sufficient time for what i need out of an edc light. I really enjoy the fact that it integrates in my solar AA rechargeable batteyr system which i use for hiking , camping, working as a trail steward and edc activities. It uses either 14500, nimh AA or an alkaline AA which in my opinion makes this a fantastic light. Interchangable battery systems are the way to go with flashlights and electronics in general. This light has a good tint and my prefered tint 4000k is or less. The high cri is icing on the cake as I draw and sometimes I need to see accurate colour for my traditional artwork and also for my videos that I film on gear. Yes I do use lights these to light up certain shots for a short duration. The cons would be minor, though the rubber boot tail clicky is great and good, id prefer a harden cover around the side and/or a metal cover over the tail cap as a matter of preference. The light is simply one of the best high cri 4000k muti battery powered edc options out there. I like it better than my lumintop tool 2.0. The tool has more modes but with a light this small I dont really care about strobe as much personally. One thing to note the honeycomb type tir produces a slight bit of texture on the beam pattern. I found this negligible in my personal taste but I know some may see it as artifacts in the beam. When using this light i noticed it does nto really matter in edc daily activities. I would post a video but there is a 100mb limit so I will post a link for the video review. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgGiaSgfXvo