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Basically, this light does everything pretty well. The UI is good, the emitter is good, the reflector optic gives a nice overall beam pattern, the size is about what I'd consider ideal for EDC, has magnetic charging but uses standard batteries, and will run on any battery that will fit. In fact, I think a few minor changes would make it perfect (on the off-chance the Skilhunt development team sees this). First, I'd like the option of manual mode memory instead of last-mode memory, especially in the mode B UI that seems to be what most people prefer. Second, I'd prefer the electronic lockout to be a triple click from off instead of a long hold, and I'd remap the long hold to turning on at minimum and then cycling up through the modes. It would also be nice to have some warmer and less green LED options, since the 351D has just enough of a tint to be slightly annoying. Anyway, all of these minor flaws are things I can live with, so this is absolutely a good little light. Also takes the same charger as the H04RC and every other Skilhunt light, which is nice.
This has been a great little light. The battery life has been more than sufficient and it'll get very bright if needed. My only complaint is the switch is easily bumped on. It does have a lockout feature though so that helps.
Nice brightness and portability, I particularly enjoy the battery life and magnetic tail.
I work in a large 100k+ square foot grow house. I wear shorts, so I was in need of a good light weight light, but with more powerful than my little lumitop. This light fits that role perfectly. About to purchase 3 x H03's for the green light for inside the grow rooms during the plants night. Would love to see a green filter or a green and white version of this light.
I had problems with battery at first, but it turned out head was not tightened well, support team helped extremely quick on this one!
High quality, solid feel.
Nice and bright. Magnet is super convenient.
I didn't expect it to be that small - that's handy for EDC or just having it in pocket (or in holding in mouth). Though just holding it in bare hands - slightly inconvenient (too small).
It also works from conventional AA batteries.
I don't like / understand that super dimmed mode, when you think you turned it off (but actually it's still slightly shining), or you think it's not turning on, but it actually turned on into the least bright mode.
Weird unusual charger socket, i'd prefer standard microusb, because i have those cables all over the house/car/office. But i guess it's just hard to add it into that form factor.
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The Skilhunt M150 is a great little pocket light.
+The type III anodizing and grippy sides have a very "premium" feel, making it very satisfying to hold and use (or fidget with of course).
+The bezels around the lens and the button & charging contact are a beautiful blue stainless that really catch the eye.
+The beam is nice and smooth thanks to the orange peel reflector and has a lot of spill, making it ideal for up-close work (a good quality for an EDC light).
+The charging is quick and simple thanks to the magnetic charger, and the recessed middle contact on this charging connector makes the likelihood of shorting minimal.
+Small and easy to pocket
=I'm not sure the side-button is to my taste as it is easily activated in the pocket if kept alongside other items, but the electronic lockout is easy to operate and you should be mechanically locking out your lights anyway.
=I'm not a fan of magnets on lights because I keep them in the same pocket as my wallet and keys-- on the few days that I have carried this light, it had attached to my keys and I very nearly dropped both. This is of course not something I would have known until trying a light with a magnet.
=The threads on the light are hard to engage when closing the light back up, however this is mostly a non-issue if you are using the included battery and therefore the magnetic charging.
=Not a fan of the Group A interface, specifically holding the button down to turn the light off, however the Group B is a great interface, very similar to my Zebralight.
-The diminutive size of this light might make it hard to hold if you have larger hands.
-AA/14500 are limited in power and battery life.
Overall a good light for EDC purposes but I think that a single 18650 light is a better choice due to greater brightness, extended battery life and their slight larger form-factor. I think the Skilhunt M200 would be a better choice.