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M300 New Handheld Flashlight Max 2000 Lumens CREE XHP35 LED Flashlight with Magnetic & 18650 Battery Customized UI Rechargeable Editable Flashlights (M300 HI + BL-135)

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M300 HI + BL-135

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  • Super bright & latestCREE XHP35 LED, Max 2000 lumens. High-Performance, High-Efficiency and energy conservation.
  • New U.D.O.C Reflector. Increased reflectivity over 10%., Efficiency reflection, perfect beamshot, excellent structure and temperature resistance.
  • Rugged indestructible aluminum body with anti-scratching type III hard anodization
  • Multi-level dissipating heat designand new copper starboard, excellent heat dissipation. Flashlight head integrated construction, high thermal conductivity.
  • Side switch button to transferring mode, user-friendly interface to adjust output.

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Style Name:M300 HI + BL-135

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  • M300 New Handheld Flashlight Max 2000 Lumens CREE XHP35 LED Flashlight with Magnetic & 18650 Battery Customized UI Rechargeable Editable Flashlights (M300 HI + BL-135)
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Style Name:M300 HI + BL-135

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https://www.skilhunt.com/product-detail/m300-xhp35-2000-lumen-magnetic-rechargeable-double-ui-led-flashlight/

LED: CREE XHP35
Max output:
HD: ANSI 2000 Lumens
HI:ANSI 1700 Lumens

Max beam distance: 219 m / 293 m
Max peak beam intensity: 11500 cd / 21500 cd
Waterproof: IPX-8
Impact resistant: 1 Meter
Battery: 1×18650 , 2x CR123A
Rated Range: 2.7V ~ 8.4V
Weight: 72.5 g / 2.56 oz (without battery)
Accessories: User manual,Spare O-rings,Lanyard,Clip, Magnetic Charging Cable .
Operation
Battery installation & Replace magnet: Insert the battery into the flashlight,the battery positive pole toward the light head.
Ensure batteries are inserted correctly, the flashlight will not operate with incorrectly inserted batteries. Ensure when the light turning on,the beam is directed away from the eyes.
When take the light with Bankcards(magnetic) or Cell phone,should replaced Magnet with rubber pad.
Turn ON/OFF & Mode transfer
Transfer Mode A / Mode B:
When flashlight is turned off without lockout, hold press side switch 5 seconds, light will flash three times faster then flash three times slow.
Mode Group A
When the flashlight was OFF status:
Click switch to memorized brightness level.
Quickly double click switch to Turbo(T1/T2).
Quickly triple click switch to Strobe(S1) mode.
Press switch 0.5 second to Low(L1/L2) mode.
When the flashlight was ON(any mode) status:
Press and hold the side switch 0.5 second to turn off.
Brightness & mode selection:
Brightness level:
Press side switch to Low-Mid-High-Turbo, cycle.
Quickly double press the side switch to Sub-level(i.e between L1 & L2), turn off memorized the last brightness
Quickly triple press to Special modes
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LightBringer
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome light in a small package!
Reviewed in the United States on 29 May 2020
Style Name: M200 High CRI LH351DVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome light in a small package!
Reviewed in the United States on 29 May 2020
I saw a blurb advertising a Skilhunt M200 (and M150) and realised I didn't have any Skilhunt lights yet. Their headlamps are highly regarded, and after checking out the spex of the M200, I was more than intrigued. And seeing the option for the LH351D version of the light (woohoo!), decided I've got to get one. :)

Anyone who's seen any of my other reviews knows I'm a huge fan of this LED, as it's got a great creamy-white color, has fairly little tint-shift, and has high-CRI (color-rendition index), meaning it shows colors much more accurately than cheaper LEDs. And I wasn't disappointed here, either.

The light arrived in a simple retail box, nothing fancy. Inside was the plastic tray with light, and a "sub-box" holding the accessories such as the lanyard, pocket-clip, charging-cable, etc. Simple but effective.

The light itself is beautiful. Flawless anodisation, even under a magnifier. :D Simple thread-cutter knurling on the battery tube, giving a rough texture for grip without "cutting" or "biting". Nice deep fin-rings around the head to dissipate heat. Wonderful shiny deep-blue "bling" in the bezel and retaining-rings for the switch and charging-port, giving it a subtle splash of color without being garish. There's nice laser-etching on the head, the Skilhunt name and logo on one side, and outline-letter "M200" and the Skilhunt website on the other. Plus the small "CE" and bacon-in-a-triangle symbol warning that the head can get hot.

The light itself is quite lightweight, and it's ultra compact. In fact, I had to do a double-take to make sure I didn't get the M150 (14500 cell, "AA size") instead of the M200 (18650 cell). It's even shorter than my GTmicro (14500), and just a bit bigger than my Xeno E03 (also 14500). So anyone who might not want to carry a "bigger" 18650 light, should at least reconsider that decision and look into the M200. Lots more oomf and runtime when using an 18650, and being almost on par with 14500 lights.

Even with the cell, the light is, well, *light*. You don't feel like you're carrying a piece of rebar in your pocket. It almost disappears. It sounds silly, but I've even turned back wondering "Where's my light?", and only then realise I already have it in my pocket.

About the LH351... I hope it's the Next Big Thing, because once you get used to quality over quantity, you never want to go back. More manufacturers like Sofirn and Wurkkos are adopting the '351 in even smaller lights, and I'm thrilled to see that so is Skilhunt. I'm sick to death of Angry Blue or Hateful Purple lights, which might belt out the raw lumens, but which also have horrible color-rendition. When a beautiful wood cabinet looks sickly blue-gray instead of actually brown, you know something's wrong. Warm-white lights were a step in the right direction, but lots of people don't like "yellow" light, even though reds and browns just *pop* under warm-white light. The '351 lets people have whiter light, but also lets those colors shine through.

It seems as though any 18650 can fit, whether flat-top or button-top, protected or unprotected. There are springs on both ends of the light, in the tail and at the driver in front. There's also enough room to accommodate just fine the button-top protected cell which I used for testing, which came with a different light. Ordinarily I use unprotected flat-tops unless the light needs something different. It's nice to know it'll eat anything you feed it.

Charging inside the light is simplicity itself. Just plug in the charging cable to a usb power source (computer, AC adapter, car adapter, powerbank, whatever) and slap the magnetic connector onto the light and watch it stick. It'll light up red while charging, blue when done. That's all there is to it.

Is it proprietary? Sure. Do you have to carry *that* cable if you want to charge on the fly? Yep. It's more "universal" to have a usb port on the light, but at this point it's a coin-toss whether you need usb-micro or usb-C, so you're usually carrying at least 2 cables anyway. Then there's the annoying rubber flap that doesn't seal completely, can be accidentally ripped off, etc. A magnetic charger lets you just stick it on and avoid getting dust/dirt/lint in a usb port of either flavor, not worrying about a rubber flap, etc. So at this point it's personal preference which solution you prefer. I'm usually not a fan of proprietary (and if done wrong would rail against it), but in this case it works very well, and is a nice "clean" solution.

Then again, there's nothing stopping anyone from just opening the light and recharging the cell the way it's done on probably 95% of flashlights out there.

The beam itself is quite clean, no major artifacts, no bullseyes or rings anywhere. The hotspot is the typische clean creamy-white hotspot that '351s produce. The spill is slightly bluer but pretty even. There's a yellowish 4-lobed corona around the hotspot that exists but isn't objectionable (unlike the hideous corona around an XP-G3's hotspot). The '351 works quite well in a reflector. And this is white-wall hunting. In the Real World, in practice, the beam's just perfect.

The light has a flat tail, so tailstands just fine. It also has a removable internal magnet, letting it stick horizontally or vertically to metal surfaces. If you don't want a magnet, though, say to not erase entry-cards or credit-cards if you carry both in the same pocket, you can remove the magnet and replace it with the included rubber disk. So you have the best of both worlds. :D

Also included are some spare O-rings, a nice beefy lanyard with wrist-adjuster thingy, and a pocket-clip. Mmm, the clip is my least-favorite feature. With most lights, if a clip's attached, I pull it off immediately anyway, as I hate clips. While this clip has the shape of a deep-carry clip, it's really not, as it attaches close to the middle of the light, and only in a head-up configuration. I'm not a fan of any light "riding high" or head-up orientation, and this has both, unfortunately. Being that I don't intend on using any clip anyway, it's not an issue to me. :)

Now, the best part, the user-interface (UI). There's modegroup A and modegroup B. Modegroup A is click-on, click-for-modes, longpress for off. Modegroup B is click-on, click-off, longpress for modes. Whichever you prefer, you got it! Some people feel quite strongly about one or the other, so now you don't even have to choose, as you have both.

Each modegroup has 4 brightness levels, moonlight/low/medium/high. Moonlight is low enough to not ruin your night vision in the middle of the night, and high as bright enough to light up plenty of area in front of you.

From off, you can simply click to turn it on to the last mode you used before, ie, it has memory. If you don't want an unpleasant surprise at night, you can click'n'hold to start on moonlight, then click to higher modes if you want.

Click'n'hold a little longer from off, and you can lock out the light and turn on the locator beacon. When locked out, you won't have accidental activations in your bag, pocket, etc. Click'n'hold a bit longer still, and you switch from modegroup A to B or back again. Simple!

A tripleclick gets to the blinkies. "S1" is a regular annoying strobe. "S2" is a nice (what I call) "Nitecore beacon", ie, a brief flash every few seconds. "S3" is a 50/50 blink, like a car's hazard-lights. Blinky-mode is "sticky", ie, when you're in S1 strobe, a doubleclick gets you to the S2 locator-beacon. Turn it off, go back to regular light, etc., and next time you tripleclick for blinkies, you'll be back at S2, *not* S1. Hallelujah! :D Finally, a *useful* strobe mode.

You can also "edit" the 4 light levels (different levels for each of the 4 "slots"), but I haven't played with that feature yet, as I'm thrilled with the light as it came right out of the box. :D

This has to be one of the best UIs I've seen.

Other niceties include the lit sideswitch, which tells the battery level for about 5sec when you first turn on the light. From lots-of-juice to recharge-me-now!, the switch will glow blue, flash blue, glow red, and flash red. It also doubles as the locator beacon when locked out (which can be disabled/reenabled while locked-out, with a doubleclick if you want).

All in all, this is an awesome little light. Almost everything is spot-on, little if any need for improvement. Without rehashing all the above, that pretty much sums it all up. Even the pocket-clip, even though I won't be using it on the M200, it might fit another light and be an excellent deep-carry clip for that instead.

So, excellent emitter and clean beam, excellent UI right out of the box, and configurable to click-off or hold-off as you want, lightweight, non-annoying blinkies, flawless ano, nice grippy knurling, a nice splash of color around the bezel and both switch and port, nifty magnetic-charging with no rubber flaps to worry about... what's not to love? :D

For my first Skilhunt light, I picked a winner. :D
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Lauren
5.0 out of 5 stars Skilhunt M300 best looking flashlight of 2020
Reviewed in the United States on 21 November 2020
Style Name: M300 HI + BL-135Verified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Skilhunt M300 best looking flashlight of 2020
Reviewed in the United States on 21 November 2020
I don’t usually write reviews, but I really liked this flashlight so I felt compelled to write one.

First, not only was the flashlight packaging extremely thought out but so were the accessories and every inch of the light. To me this seems to suggest that a lot of thought went into the details of not only what was on the outside but also the flashlight itself. Someone in R&D need a raise.

In terms of the actual flashlight, it has a magnetic tailcap (which is removable), comes with a protected rechargeable battery, deep carry pocket clip, lanyard, flawless black anodizing with blue accents and a ingenious proprietary magnetic recharging system. It fits perfectly in hand, is the ideal weight and if you put the clip opposite the switch, its almost impossible not to find to switch. The switch has a very satisfying feel when clicking but at the same time is the quietest switch I've ever heard (almost impossible to hear). The pocket clip is mounted so that the light can be carried bezel down. There are 2 flat spots, one on each side of the switch so the light won't roll off a flat surface when put down. And lastly, this flashlight is really bright and has a great amount of reach. My property is about 1 acre and I can illuminate from one end to the other with zero issues. I purchased the HI version and it doesn't disappoint. I don't have anyway to test this but I would say that it could shine further than you could see clearly.

The way you operate the light (UI or User Interface) is very simple and has two different modes. One being customizable and the other is simpler (click to turn on, click to change output brightness and hold to turn off). The strobe functions are hard to accidentally activated, it takes 3 clicks to turn those on. It really a light everyone can use. I wouldn't worry about my wife, kids or co-workers being confused on how to operate this light. And it's has enough options that I can customize it to my liking as well. It even has an electronic lockout, hold the switch down for 2 seconds and then it disables the switch until you hold switch down again for 2 seconds.

The way the M300 charges is amazing. The charging spot on the flashlight is magnetic and attracts the charger to that specific spot. In essence, when you're about to connect the charger, the flashlight feels like it wants to be charged and grabs the charging wire out of mid-air. It would be impossible to mess this up. The charging wire feels like a high-end silicone wire (and is flat which looks pretty cool).

Skilhunt hit it out of the park with the M300. They listened to what people wanted and created a light that everyone could enjoy. Being that it comes with a protected cell and a way to charge this would be a perfect gift for anyone. It is stylish enough for a teenager (blue bezel around the switch and lens), would probably be the brightest flashlight most everyday users have ever seen, brighter than most will ever need, and with the magnet in the tailcap a perfect worklight. The M300 is in an entirely different solar system than most lights that are sold online or in brick and mortar like in big box store and wholesale clubs. This flashlight is both a user and a keeper. In my opinion, it is a great buy and you would be foolish not to buy it.
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David M. Syndergaard
1.0 out of 5 stars Flashlight but no battery.
Reviewed in the United States on 15 September 2020
Style Name: M200 High CRI LH351DVerified Purchase
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sung
5.0 out of 5 stars Great option for a very bright but still pocketable light!
Reviewed in the United States on 13 November 2020
Style Name: M200 Hi CRI + BL-135 BatteryVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great option for a very bright but still pocketable light!
Reviewed in the United States on 13 November 2020
I bought this Skilhunt M300 for a relative who goes hiking often and needed a good flashlight with a powerful beam. The M300 is slightly larger than the every day carry sized M200 but uses the same battery and magnetic charger. The M300 came in a nice package with the charger, battery (already inside with a plastic insulator to keep battery from draining in storage), lanyard, pocket clip, spare o-rings, and the instruction manual.

The output of the M300 surprised me, even though I am used to bright flashlights. The smooth reflector combined with the XHP35 HI LED makes for a very nice beam with exceptional beam distance for it's size. The tint on the light is a pure white that is easy on the eyes.

Build quality is very good on the M300, the anodizing feels good in the hand and the machining has a nice texture. The switch has a nice feel and has a backlit LED in the center for a battery level indicator. The reflector is smooth and the LED is well centered, which gives the M300 it's great beam pattern. The magnetic tail is very strong and will easily hold the light on any magnetic surface.

The UI on the M300 is very customizable, but still easy to use. There are 2 mode groups, and in mode group B you can choose to have between 2 and 7 modes. I set the M300 to mode group B (click to turn off instead of hold to turn of in group A) and to have 3 evenly spaced modes. The M300 is powered by a very efficient boost driver so the runtime on the light is very good and it will hold high outputs very well.

In short, the M300 is a great flashlight, perfect for camping/hiking or just use around the house. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a very bright high quality light!
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daniel
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice light. A lot of programmable settings and easy to use.
Reviewed in the United States on 11 November 2020
Style Name: M200 High CRI LH351DVerified Purchase