• BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
  • BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
  • BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
  • BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
  • BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
  • BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking
BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking

BlueFire 1200 Lumen Super Bright CREE XM-L2 LED Handheld Flashlight with Adjustable Focus and 5 Light Modes, Outdoor LED Torch, Tactical Flashlight for Camping & Hiking

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  • Super Bright(This is NOT diving flashlight, please DON'T purchase it as a diving flashlight) 1200 Lumen CREE XM-L2 LED chip, The Brightest E6 Flashlight in the market. Approx 100000 Hours working time.
  • Advanced DesignPremium Anti-abrasive Coating and Water-proof design, A great torch for camping, hiking, cycling, hunting, Everyday carry for general usages.
  • Adjustable Focus & 5 ModesIntense Spotlight for long range observation can up to 600 feet, Circle Floodlight for large area illumination. Features 5 adaptable settings: High / Medium / Low / Strobe / SOS.
  • Power SourcePower by: 1 X 3.7V 18650 battery(Battery NOT included) or 3 X AAA batteries (Battery NOT included)
  • 100% Satisfaction GuaranteedIf you don't absolutely love your BlueFire Tactical Flashlight or if there are any issues with it, Contact us first, We will replace or full refund your purchase. We want you to be 100% satisfied with your new flashlight.

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March 25, 2016 This is the brightest flashlight I ever own, I love it I order a second one.I compare this flashlight against the Shadow-hawk X800 lumen flashlight in brightness.This flashlight kick Shadow-hawk X800 lumen butt in brightness Shadow-hawk is all talk do not buy it.The moment I turn on both flashlights at the same time I notice BlueFire 1200 lumen Cree XML-L2 won the battle.This flashlight is so bright it is the only flashlight you will ever need, I got two.Look at the photos the flashlight on the left is the Shadow-hawk X800 lumen, on the right is the BlueFire 1200 lumen, the BlueFire is brighter. 5Fantastic value! It definitely is not 1200 lumen. It is however very strong and the value is absolutely worth it. I bought one on sale fo $10 and a 2nd one at full $15 retail after loving the first one. You will want to buy 18650 rechargable lithium batteries but they are cheap and well worth it. I would have to guess this is roughly 400-750 true lumen. I have many strong powerful flashlight and spotlights. It's a small obsession after losing blood trails during hunting season due to dead batteries. NEVER AGAIN! I would say in a big box store to buy this value you'd spend $40-50 easily. I bought 6 rechargable lithium batteries and a dual battery charger off eBay for $15. Now I have plenty of juice for this nice compact powerful flashlight. See my attached photos. Every light is off in the house except tv. One photo beam zoomed out at wall, one photo beam zoomed in at table (too bright for camera to focus) and one photo beam zoomed out facing ceiling which lights both rooms. If my review doesn't prove the value and quality then you aren't a valuable consumer period. Again, no flash photography, no lamps, no ceiling lights, just flashlight power in these photos. 5This is great for the price, don't pass it up. I have had this flashlight for a couple months now and I had to write a review. I cannot believe how little this cost for what you get. This is a very, very bright flashlight, well built, responsive. I LOVE IT! I recently bought another flashlight that stated it was 2000 lumens and it was not near as bright as this Bluefire.Buy this before the price goes up. BTW, works best and brightest with a rechargeable 18650 battery. 5These lights are TERRIBLE. All 3 lights I purchased fell apart within ... These lights are TERRIBLE. All 3 lights I purchased fell apart within a few days of using them. The glass lens on each of them were not secure to the body/housing when you adjust the light beam.Needless to say, it is NOT Water-Proof or even resistant for that matter. Cheap product, waste of money. 1Brilliant and bright This is a remarkable little flashlight. So lightweight and easy to carry as it fits in the palm of your hand, yet sends out a brilliant aura of light covering a wide area if set to its fullest range of field. The beam can also be narrowed and concentrated to a smaller focus of area. I use this when I take my dog out at night and can see everything as if in broad daylight. Terrific little flashlight. 5Super Bright & Super Support I use flashlights every single day for security reasons and have been using them for years. I have amassed a collection of flashlights for work insecurity and law enforcement since the early 1990's and have paid well over $100.00 dollars for a single flashlight while demanding a reliable lightthat is bright, rechargeable, durable and functional. I received my BlueFire in November and was absolutely impressed with how bright the beam is and how far that brightness extends. The beam focuses from a a tiny (6" x 6") square at three feet to maybe 30' x 30' at 200 yards and that is without adjusting the beam. I don't need a flashlight to illuminate beyond 200 feet for how I use it it, much less 200 yards, longer distances (or shorter) can easily be met by using a spot light. But this flashlight is comparable in size to my professional and expensive tactical flashlight for a fraction of the cost, and its way way brighter! I'm impressed! This is the brightest hand-sized flashlight I have ever owned. This flashlight allows you to use 3 "AAA" batteries or you can instead use rechargeable lithium 3600mAh batteries. I purchased the Outlite 18650 rechargeable batteries also from Amazon to feed my light which seems like a really good choice thus far. Unfortunately within only a few weeks, with frequent and repeated use the front lens came loose and unseated itself. I was disappointed and resorted to using a backup flashlight until I decided what I would do with the now ineffective flashlight. The BlueFire Tech Support reached out to me so I responded back to them and let them know about my issue. All I asked for was a solution to the problem. What truly blows me away is that they responded within only minutes to my email, minutes from sending it they had replied to my request, WOW! These guys care abouttheir reputation and in turn, their customers. After another email exchange they sent a replacement flashlight a day later. That was over a weekago that I received the replacement and I am happily satisfied with the response they provided me. So much so, I ordered two more flashlights and I am putting them through their paces to find out if these lights will stand the test of time. I hope these flashlights will last a minimum of ayear and I'll be totally pleased. I don't test with scientific methods like water proof, drop tests or lumen test to see how bright they actually are. I only use the flashlights throughout the course of my day and they perform well.I give BlueFire Tech Support five stars for customer service as well as five stars for a highly useful, inexpensive, bright flashlight. I think 2 things could improve the flashlight further: 1) adjusting the beam could be made to be a smoother process, and 2) If the flashlight had no smooth surfaces it would be less slippery in a sweating hand. I'm not saying these are flaws, just that these improvements would increase the value of the flashlight for me. (and probably increase the cost in the process) Again, to sum it up this is a good flashlight at a good price and now I'm a fan of BlueFire. 5Works as expected, great for pocket or backpack I don't normally write reviews but after receipt of my item, having it for a couple of weeks and making sure that it worked properly, I received a personalized message from the seller inquiring if the product was to my expectations. The note was warm, professional and had a personal touch with wishes for a happy holiday. So I'm taking a moment to put some good into the universe and let everybody know that this product is awesome. I originally ordered a Vansky brand flashlight last year however that seller no longer carried that brand. This product looked to be identical with a different brand stamp so I ordered it in hopes that it would work just as well as my originally ordered Vansky. I am pleased with the product. It is bright. The lens can expand or zoom. It has the flashing feature. I like this product and I would order it again. 5Bright enough for me and great multimodes. Does everything it says it does and plenty bright. Many reviews say it doesn't have the amount of lumens it claims to have, but it's a moot point because it's very illuminating and anymore would be a waste unless you wanted to light something up a mile away or turn an acre of land from night to day. 5Great buy Cool ass flashlight for the price real bright too will definitely light up anything you ll need I have mine mounted on my maverick 88 4Super bright, clear winner! I ordered 4 different small LED torch flashlights to run a comparison test. This BlueFire 1,200 Lumen XML-L2 flashlight was the winner!Let me start off by saying if you've only ever had mag lights or flashlights you can buy at the local hardware store, these will blow you out of the water. So any of these 4 will have impressive light output over a standard flashlight. However, I did want to rate & rank these 4 compared to each other if anyone was debating between them. I do NOT receive discounts for free products for my reviews; the goal is to provide consumers with additional comparison opinions and information that was not available to me when I was shopping for these flashlights. All four torches in the test will take three AAA batteries and some can take other rechargeable batteries as well. And they all look remarkably similar like they were all manufactured in the same plant. All 4 are super lightweight. The four flashlights I purchased were the CrazyFire 600 XML-T6 with the green push button, the CrazyFire E17 XML-T6 with the orange push button, the Refun 600 XML-T6, and the BlueFire 1200 XML-L2. I am rating them from 1-4, #1 being the brightest and #4 being the least bright.1. BlueFire 1200 XML-L2. 1,200 lumens. 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. This was the brightest of the four torches tested. Natural color light. You would think that 1,200 lumens would be double the brightness of 600 lumens but I don't observe that is the case. Definitely brighter than the 600 lumens but not a very distinguishable difference between this one and the #2 ranked CrazyFire 1,000 lumens.2. CrazyFire E17 XML-T6. 1,000 lumens. Orange push button. 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. Bluish tinge to the light color. Almost as bright as the BlueFire 1,200 lumens.3. Refun 600 XML-T6. 600 lumens. Zoom with 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. Natural color light. Tied with #4 for brightness.4. CrazyFire 600 XM-L T6. 1,000 lumens. Zoom with 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. Green push button. Purchased 8 months ago but put in fresh batteries for the comparison test. It doesn't put out what appears to be 1,000 lumens; it is on par with the 600 lumens Refun torch. Bluish tinge to the light color. 5
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March 25, 2016 This is the brightest flashlight I ever own, I love it I order a second one.I compare this flashlight against the Shadow-hawk X800 lumen flashlight in brightness.This flashlight kick Shadow-hawk X800 lumen butt in brightness Shadow-hawk is all talk do not buy it.The moment I turn on both flashlights at the same time I notice BlueFire 1200 lumen Cree XML-L2 won the battle.This flashlight is so bright it is the only flashlight you will ever need, I got two.Look at the photos the flashlight on the left is the Shadow-hawk X800 lumen, on the right is the BlueFire 1200 lumen, the BlueFire is brighter. 5Fantastic value! It definitely is not 1200 lumen. It is however very strong and the value is absolutely worth it. I bought one on sale fo $10 and a 2nd one at full $15 retail after loving the first one. You will want to buy 18650 rechargable lithium batteries but they are cheap and well worth it. I would have to guess this is roughly 400-750 true lumen. I have many strong powerful flashlight and spotlights. It's a small obsession after losing blood trails during hunting season due to dead batteries. NEVER AGAIN! I would say in a big box store to buy this value you'd spend $40-50 easily. I bought 6 rechargable lithium batteries and a dual battery charger off eBay for $15. Now I have plenty of juice for this nice compact powerful flashlight. See my attached photos. Every light is off in the house except tv. One photo beam zoomed out at wall, one photo beam zoomed in at table (too bright for camera to focus) and one photo beam zoomed out facing ceiling which lights both rooms. If my review doesn't prove the value and quality then you aren't a valuable consumer period. Again, no flash photography, no lamps, no ceiling lights, just flashlight power in these photos. 5This is great for the price, don't pass it up. I have had this flashlight for a couple months now and I had to write a review. I cannot believe how little this cost for what you get. This is a very, very bright flashlight, well built, responsive. I LOVE IT! I recently bought another flashlight that stated it was 2000 lumens and it was not near as bright as this Bluefire.Buy this before the price goes up. BTW, works best and brightest with a rechargeable 18650 battery. 5These lights are TERRIBLE. All 3 lights I purchased fell apart within ... These lights are TERRIBLE. All 3 lights I purchased fell apart within a few days of using them. The glass lens on each of them were not secure to the body/housing when you adjust the light beam.Needless to say, it is NOT Water-Proof or even resistant for that matter. Cheap product, waste of money. 1Brilliant and bright This is a remarkable little flashlight. So lightweight and easy to carry as it fits in the palm of your hand, yet sends out a brilliant aura of light covering a wide area if set to its fullest range of field. The beam can also be narrowed and concentrated to a smaller focus of area. I use this when I take my dog out at night and can see everything as if in broad daylight. Terrific little flashlight. 5Super Bright & Super Support I use flashlights every single day for security reasons and have been using them for years. I have amassed a collection of flashlights for work insecurity and law enforcement since the early 1990's and have paid well over $100.00 dollars for a single flashlight while demanding a reliable lightthat is bright, rechargeable, durable and functional. I received my BlueFire in November and was absolutely impressed with how bright the beam is and how far that brightness extends. The beam focuses from a a tiny (6" x 6") square at three feet to maybe 30' x 30' at 200 yards and that is without adjusting the beam. I don't need a flashlight to illuminate beyond 200 feet for how I use it it, much less 200 yards, longer distances (or shorter) can easily be met by using a spot light. But this flashlight is comparable in size to my professional and expensive tactical flashlight for a fraction of the cost, and its way way brighter! I'm impressed! This is the brightest hand-sized flashlight I have ever owned. This flashlight allows you to use 3 "AAA" batteries or you can instead use rechargeable lithium 3600mAh batteries. I purchased the Outlite 18650 rechargeable batteries also from Amazon to feed my light which seems like a really good choice thus far. Unfortunately within only a few weeks, with frequent and repeated use the front lens came loose and unseated itself. I was disappointed and resorted to using a backup flashlight until I decided what I would do with the now ineffective flashlight. The BlueFire Tech Support reached out to me so I responded back to them and let them know about my issue. All I asked for was a solution to the problem. What truly blows me away is that they responded within only minutes to my email, minutes from sending it they had replied to my request, WOW! These guys care abouttheir reputation and in turn, their customers. After another email exchange they sent a replacement flashlight a day later. That was over a weekago that I received the replacement and I am happily satisfied with the response they provided me. So much so, I ordered two more flashlights and I am putting them through their paces to find out if these lights will stand the test of time. I hope these flashlights will last a minimum of ayear and I'll be totally pleased. I don't test with scientific methods like water proof, drop tests or lumen test to see how bright they actually are. I only use the flashlights throughout the course of my day and they perform well.I give BlueFire Tech Support five stars for customer service as well as five stars for a highly useful, inexpensive, bright flashlight. I think 2 things could improve the flashlight further: 1) adjusting the beam could be made to be a smoother process, and 2) If the flashlight had no smooth surfaces it would be less slippery in a sweating hand. I'm not saying these are flaws, just that these improvements would increase the value of the flashlight for me. (and probably increase the cost in the process) Again, to sum it up this is a good flashlight at a good price and now I'm a fan of BlueFire. 5Works as expected, great for pocket or backpack I don't normally write reviews but after receipt of my item, having it for a couple of weeks and making sure that it worked properly, I received a personalized message from the seller inquiring if the product was to my expectations. The note was warm, professional and had a personal touch with wishes for a happy holiday. So I'm taking a moment to put some good into the universe and let everybody know that this product is awesome. I originally ordered a Vansky brand flashlight last year however that seller no longer carried that brand. This product looked to be identical with a different brand stamp so I ordered it in hopes that it would work just as well as my originally ordered Vansky. I am pleased with the product. It is bright. The lens can expand or zoom. It has the flashing feature. I like this product and I would order it again. 5Bright enough for me and great multimodes. Does everything it says it does and plenty bright. Many reviews say it doesn't have the amount of lumens it claims to have, but it's a moot point because it's very illuminating and anymore would be a waste unless you wanted to light something up a mile away or turn an acre of land from night to day. 5Great buy Cool ass flashlight for the price real bright too will definitely light up anything you ll need I have mine mounted on my maverick 88 4Super bright, clear winner! I ordered 4 different small LED torch flashlights to run a comparison test. This BlueFire 1,200 Lumen XML-L2 flashlight was the winner!Let me start off by saying if you've only ever had mag lights or flashlights you can buy at the local hardware store, these will blow you out of the water. So any of these 4 will have impressive light output over a standard flashlight. However, I did want to rate & rank these 4 compared to each other if anyone was debating between them. I do NOT receive discounts for free products for my reviews; the goal is to provide consumers with additional comparison opinions and information that was not available to me when I was shopping for these flashlights. All four torches in the test will take three AAA batteries and some can take other rechargeable batteries as well. And they all look remarkably similar like they were all manufactured in the same plant. All 4 are super lightweight. The four flashlights I purchased were the CrazyFire 600 XML-T6 with the green push button, the CrazyFire E17 XML-T6 with the orange push button, the Refun 600 XML-T6, and the BlueFire 1200 XML-L2. I am rating them from 1-4, #1 being the brightest and #4 being the least bright.1. BlueFire 1200 XML-L2. 1,200 lumens. 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. This was the brightest of the four torches tested. Natural color light. You would think that 1,200 lumens would be double the brightness of 600 lumens but I don't observe that is the case. Definitely brighter than the 600 lumens but not a very distinguishable difference between this one and the #2 ranked CrazyFire 1,000 lumens.2. CrazyFire E17 XML-T6. 1,000 lumens. Orange push button. 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. Bluish tinge to the light color. Almost as bright as the BlueFire 1,200 lumens.3. Refun 600 XML-T6. 600 lumens. Zoom with 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. Natural color light. Tied with #4 for brightness.4. CrazyFire 600 XM-L T6. 1,000 lumens. Zoom with 5 switch modes: high / medium / low / strobe / SOS. Green push button. Purchased 8 months ago but put in fresh batteries for the comparison test. It doesn't put out what appears to be 1,000 lumens; it is on par with the 600 lumens Refun torch. Bluish tinge to the light color. 5
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