|Package Dimensions||16.26 x 7.11 x 6.6 cm; 499 Grams|
|Batteries||3 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Item Weight||499 g|
Sofirn BLF SP36 Rechargeable Flashlight, Brightest 4 LH351D LED 90 CRI Outdoor Search Torch, With 18650 Batteries and USB C Cable (BLF Anduril Version)
- Ultra Bright: Sofirn SP36 Utilizes 4 x Sumsung LH351D Led, giving out up to 5650 lumens, throwing up to 352 meters ( 601 yards )
- Compact and Durable: The palm sized light was designed with the help of BLF ToyKeeper, it passes a dozen of tests like dropping, submerging into water(2 meters deep), heat up and cooling down etc. This light is tough enough for caving, searching and military use.
- Long Runtime: Runs off 3*18650 button top batteries lasting up to 45 days in Eco mode. Kind Note: The light is intended to be used with BUTTON TOP (18650 batteries Included). Flat top batteries are not unsable for SP36.
- Fun and Easy: SP36 was designed by flasholics who want a powerful light that meets most people's needs. With the remarkable UI, it can be played as a toy or just use it as a tool: easily click to turn on, press and hold to ramping.
- What We Offer: Sofirn as a factory offers high qualified light with reasonable prices and friendly customer servcie. We are all ears and aim to bring you satisfaction or surprise if you contact us.
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1. Question- Why my SP36 doesn't seem to turn on unless plugged in?
Please take the stickers off the back end of the batteries
√First, remove the batteries from your SP36 flashlight.
√Second, remove the red insulator piece from the end of the battery.
2. Sofirn SP36 is intended to be used with button top batteries. The use of protected cells is HIGHLY recommended. * Sofirn BLF SP36 is not a toy and should not be pointed at others. The BLF SP36 is a very bright flashlight, do not let children play with it, and never leave the flashlight ON unattended.
Sofirn BLF SP36 uses the impressive Anduril Ui. Uses a 5V USB-C to USB rechargeable port.
The BLF SP36 is a powerful flashlight with multiple switch modes. And using 3 button top rechargeable 18650 batteries which are included.
Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and is built to withstand every day punishment. This BLF SP36 flashlight suitable for professional and outdoor use.
Emitter: 4*LH351D LED.
Intensity: 50,000+ cd
Peak Beam Distance: 352 meters
Battery Configurations: 3*18650 button top batteries (included)
Switch Type: Electronic switch with illuminated glow
Material: Made of air-craft grade aluminum alloy
Reflector: Smooth reflector
Weight: Approximately 0.66lbs without cells
Dimensions: 50 mm Ø head x 126.7 mm length
Advanced temperature regulation (ATR) technology
Water resistant: IPX7
Working Voltage: 2.8-4.2V
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Sofirn as a company is first class also. Their customer service is second to none. I would say they have gone out of their way to be helpful and were proactive in tracking down a parcel thought lost due to COVID-19 delays.
Can’t fault anything with the torch or Sofirn and would happily recommend them to everyone. I know I’ll be a long term customer based on my experiences with them.
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It has usb-c charger which makes it easy to charge on the go. Some others required a separate charger or a bulk dc charger. So this one is great for traveling which is the intended use of this one.
At full power the front glass gets hot fast,but stays relatively warm at about half power which is still very bright.
The reason I bought it is for the real Lumen and intensity specs. You probably noticed, a lot of scam manufacturers from China sell flashlights with fake ratings and you will only get about 1/10th of what they claims. Even batteries which go into these flashlights(18650) are mostly fake as they advertise 5,000-10,000mah and those are not even 500mah!! The original Sofirn batteries supplied with this( if you choose with batteries package) are really good, see youtube videos of their reviews.
What I don't like? Well, it could always be cheaper...lol, but if you want quality, you have to spend more, that's just a fact and by now everyone should know it.
I am still unsure about warranty as nothing says on the page on Amazon so I don't know how long it is. Hopefully Sofirn flashlights do have warranty, just in case it is needed.
Cons: I don't believe it is 6000 Lumen based on my Olight 1500 Lumens flashlight I bought last year, I would say 4000 to 4500 Lumen. The green button light stays on all the time, which does drain the battery slowly. The USB cover tends not to want to stay closed and in place. And the stickers over the flat end of the batteries, well its a pain to get all of it off the end that needs a good connection.
Suggestion... would be good if the green button light went out after a few seconds to conserve the battery and also, I don't want to glow in the dark in my line of work. Also make the USB cover fit in place better and more secure. And lastly... accuracy on the Lumens would be nice.
If you want this as a secondary light, then its good, I was able to find a pouch on Amazon that fits it to keep it holstered in case and for when I need it.
Cons: It gets really, really hot, so you have to be careful where you put it to avoid a fire or burn hazard. It's painfully slow to charge the batteries, as you can't use a fast charger like a laptop adapter charger - it won't accept that charge. Took 4-5 hours to charge from empty.
Overall, I still really like this flashlight.
First impression on opening was how similar in size it is to the Intimidator; in fact, the length is identical, and the diameter around half a millimeter smaller. In size, they're almost twins.
Next, all the text on the Sofirn is cheaply printed, and will wear off quickly - it looked cheaper out of the box. The Olight's still looks like new. The other immediately obvious non-cosmetic difference is that the Sofirn, like most modern lights, has an illuminated switch: unless you use the menu to turn it off, or remove the batteries, it's always on.
On full brightness, the eye can't really see a lot of difference in brightness levels, especially as the spread is different: the Sofirn has both a wider flood and a more pronounced center bright spot, and is warmer in color.
That's mostly where the Olight story ends. There are some brightness levels, a strobe, probably a safe off mode. The Sofirn's Anduril system, on the other hand, is a lot of fun, with modes including sunset (slowly dims over a long period), lots of strobe variations, candlelight, battery voltage check, muggle mode - it's amazing to see what options can be made available with just a single button.
The text printing seems to be the only downside of this little gem. A great value little gem.
When I go to bed tonight I'm going to try the sunset/goodnight mode which the light slowly dims over 1 hour and then shuts itself off. Pretty weird but interesting feature!