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Sofirn BLF SP36 Rechargeable Flashlight, Brightest 4 LH351D LED 90 CRI Outdoor Search Torch, With 18650 Batteries and USB C Cable (BLF Anduril Version)

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  • 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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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.

SP36 BLF Anduril LH351D LED 90 CRI 5650 Lumen Rechargeable Flash Light

Emitter: 4*LH351D LED.

Intensity: 50,000+ cd

Peak Beam Distance: 352 meters

Tint: 5000K

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 Work

Working Voltage: 2.8-4.2V


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Reviewed in Australia on 14 August 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ton of light, great UI, great LEDs
By Owen H. on 9 July 2020
I've reviewed this over at 1lumen dot com, so I'll briefly recap - the SP36 BLF edition can put out a ton of beautiful light, and at lower brightnesses will run for a very long time. Anduril is one of the most feature-packed UIs in the torch world at the moment, so there's plenty to play with there.

Highly recommend.
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madwab
5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of lumens for your dollar
Reviewed in Canada on 8 March 2020
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Jay Cee
5.0 out of 5 stars Great all around flashlight
Reviewed in Canada on 30 March 2021
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L TRAN
5.0 out of 5 stars SP36 - simply amazing + good services also !
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4.0 out of 5 stars Overall great light
Reviewed in the United States on 11 August 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Comparing Anduril and NarsilM versions of SP36 flashlight
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5.0 out of 5 stars Comparing Anduril and NarsilM versions of SP36 flashlight
Reviewed in the United States on 22 September 2019
I happen to own two SP36s, this Anduril and the older NarsilM 1.2 versions, so this review is going to be a brief comparison between them.

Externally, the two versions can be distinguished by etchings only. Otherewise, the case is exactly the same, and all parts are fully interchangeable. While it is overall a well build case in a small(ish) form factor for a flashlight this powerful, it lacks both the tripod mount hole and the eye for lanyard attachement. It easily stands on the tail cap, though. Heat transfer is very good and heat dissipation is adequate, considering the size. Both versions can quickly get burningly hot at the emitter end in turbo mode. The battery compartment in the handle stays cooler though, so it is still possible to hold the flashlight without getting burned. In any case, turbo mode is not for prolonged use anyway, if you care at all about the lifetimes of your LEDs and batteries.

I am not going to compare the software features in detail, because it is clear from the start that the Anduril is superior to NarsilM in almost every way. My main complain is that I have to memorize the interface once again, although once everything is set to your liking, the basic operations can be performed in a similar manner. Here are the three things I'd like to mention:

1. Configurable dimming of the locator LEDs. On the NarsilM, there are only two options: on and off. Left on, the locator drains enough power to kill the batteries in about half a year or so. I don't use flashlights regularly, and there is a chance I might leave them unattended and forget, so I switched the locator off permanently. Locking turns off the locator, too, but going through lock-unlock procedure every time I needed the light was too much of a hassle. Anduril, on the other hand, offers a "dimmed locator" mode which makes it actually useful. It is still bright enough to see in the dark room, yet drains only a tiny fraction of power, compared to full on. Someone calculated that on fresh batteries, the locator would last for more than 15 years. Good enough, I'd say.

2. Configurable strobes. It's fun and I like it a lot. Configurable pause between flashes means it is possible to synchronize the phase with periodically moving objects (like a rotating fan) and "freeze the action". It would be great if there was a way of determining the current pulse rate, so one can use it, for instance, to measure RPM.

3. In locked mode, very dim light can still be produced by momentary pressing of the button. A small touch, but actually a lot more useful than you'd think.

As for the actual light produced by the two different versions, this is where the differences are most pronounced. NarsilM utilizes Cree XPL2 LEDs, while the Anduril version employs Samsung LH351D. The attached picture shows the beams of both flashlights at turbo power side by side, both with freshly charged Samsung 30Q batteries, pointing at white ceiling. NarlilM is on the left, Anduril on the right. As is obvious, NarlilM is very noticeably brighter (the highlights in the photo are overblown at NarsilM hotspot, so in real life there is even more difference). It also noticeably produces some color artefacts, namely bluish and yellowish halos. Anduril gives pretty much uniformly off-white beam with a slightly greenish tint, very pleasing to the eye, roughly at 5000K range, which is neither too cool nor too warm.

I think neither version is clearly superior to the other, and the way someone judges them depends entirely on individual preferences and usage patterns. The Narsilm version produces a much brighter beam which is, color wise, a bit harsh on the eyes, so it would be my choice for self defense, for signaling, or just to see who's creeping behind the distant bushes. This is the light I would always carry in my car, where, by the way, it can be easily charged. The Anduril version, on the other hand, is the one I'd take with me on a hike (actually, I'd take both), for a stroll in a park, to take a picture in the dark, and generally to keep around the house. My main point here is, the new version doesn't make the old one obsolete, they both have their own niches to fill.

I believe both are excellent flashlights for the price. Both are highly recommended.
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