Step into the world of unmatched illumination with the Weltool W2, a mini LEP tactical flashlight that redefines the boundaries of portable lighting. At just 108mm in length, this marvel of engineering casts a staggering 800-meter beam, ensuring that nothing stays hidden in the dark.
The heart of the W2 lies in its cutting-edge SMD LEP light source, a powerhouse that delivers an impressive 280 lumens and an astonishing 160,000 candela. This intricate system, combined with an optical glass convex lens, produces a beam that's not just bright but incredibly focused - perfect for those who demand precision in every aspect of their tactical and outdoor adventures.
Crafted from robust T6 series aluminum alloy and finished with a hard anodize, the W2 promises durability that withstands the toughest conditions. Its sleek and sturdy design is complemented by a stainless steel lens bezel, adding a touch of elegance to its rugged functionality.
The W2 isn’t just about power; it's about smart power. Equipped with overheating protection, battery over-discharge protection, and battery reverse connection protection, it's a flashlight that looks after itself as much as it looks after you. And with its IP67 rating, this flashlight isn’t just weather-resistant – it’s a beacon in the storm, ready to shine brightly even in heavy rain.
The Weltool W2 is lightweight at just 52g (without the battery) and dimensionally precise, it's the perfect companion for those who value performance in a compact package.
The Weltool W2 is more than just a flashlight – it's a tactical tool designed for efficiency. The intuitive forward switch allows for instant light activation and quick access to a disorienting strobe feature, making it an invaluable ally in high-pressure situations. And with the included 650mAh Weltool 14500 battery, O-ring, portable charger, and stainless steel pocket clip, you’re always one step ahead, prepared for any scenario.
Embrace the dark with confidence. The Weltool W2 is not just a flashlight; it's your guardian in the night, a beacon of reliability that promises to light up your world. Add it to your arsenal today and experience the power of light like never before.
CNC machined from T6 series aluminum alloy material, hard anodized
Using SMD LEP light source, continuous working life is about 10,000 hours
Optical glass convex lens, stainless steel lens bezel
The flashlight has overheating protection, battery over-discharge protection, battery reverse connection protection and low voltage reminder function
Uses 1 rechargeable high drain14500 lithium-ion battery
Each flashlight has an independent serial number
IP67, can be used in heavy rain
This flashlight passed the 1 meter drop resistance test
Weight (without battery): 52±0.5g
Dimensions (±0.5mm): (Head diameter) 23mm, (Body diameter) 18mm, (Length) 108mm
Included: 1 Weltool 650mAh 14500 battery, 1 O-ring, 1 portable charger, 1 stainless steel pocket clip
After installing the battery, half-press the tail switch and the flashlight will turn on. Release the switch and it will turn off. Press the switch fully to make a "click" sound and continue to work. Press the switch again to turn off the flashlight.
In the off state, half-press the switch 3 times quickly to turn on the strobe, and you can lock the strobe to hold after pressing the switch hard.
After turning off the strobe, the flashlight will automatically return to normal mode.
This is not just a “good” light. This is a “real” light. Weltool makes good LEPs in that they tend to outperform the other brands even if the rated specs say otherwise.
This light is no exception. But on top of being a good light, it is also well designed. This LEP has spill which makes it very useable outdoors.
It’s great indoor light too despite being an LEP.
It’s brightness is low enough you can maintain your night vision and the beam is obviously very intense that it’s an excellent blinding tool against a threat. Phenomenal.
I know it’s expensive, but you really do get what you pay for. I added some photos and video. The photo that looks brighter accurately captures how the room lights up. The dimmer photo is better at showing what the beam looks like. The video shows me pointing the light down my sidewalk at a wall at is 460 feet away.