The E70-BR is a tail switch EDC flashlight powered by a single 21700 battery with an amazing max output of 4,600 lumens. With unique double-inner barrel hollow design, an attractive appearance, unique style, excellent ventilation, and solid grip. It is equipped with a high-performance LED paired with a UCL Ultra Clear Lens with 99% light transmittance that producing a soft and balanced beam for comfortable use. The brass body will develop its own patina with time, this E70 flashlight is not only a unique gift given to your friends, but also very suitable for outdoor exploring, emergency lighting, EDC flashlight use, and more.
The Acebeam E70 BR is also available for purchase in different metals. You can purchase it here in aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, titanium rainbow PVD, and copper.
** If you purchase the Acbeam 21700 USB battery, the Acebeam provided charging cord or USB-A to USB-C cable is recommended for charging. USB-C to USB-C cables will not work with the Acebeam 21700 USB battery. **
|Lumens||4600 lumens||1,300 lumens||650 lumens||180 lumens||50 lumens||1 lumen||1650 lumens|
|Beam Distance||240 meters||120 meters||80 meters||50 meters|
|Runtime||1 h 30 min||1 h 45 min||4 h||12h 45min||50 hr||11 days||2h 30min|
|Candela||14400 cd||3,600 cd||1,600 cd||625 cd|
While you may be able to use non-Acebeam branded batteries with the Acebeam E70 BR flashlight, we recommend going with Acebeam batteries to ensure optimal operation, fit, and functionality. The recommended Acebeam USB-C rechargeable 21700 Li-ion battery (5100mAh) can be found here. This battery is not included by default and you must select the option to include it or purchase it separately.
The new Acebeam E70 BR EDC flashlight can output up to 4600 lumens and 240 meters of throw when using turbo mode.
I regard the Acebeam E70 as mostly a collector's piece/ shelf queen. Real life, practical usefulness is minimal. It certainly functions as intended and looks awesome as well, but it's primarily just fun to own! With the purchase of the brass edition, I now have four different versions. Titanium, copper, stainless steel and of course brass, completes the collection that I personally want......unless of course, if Acebeam decides to make, oh say....... a titanium/copper Damascus model, with a red internal aluminum tube. HINT,HINT Acebeam! I DARE YOU!