Olight X6 Marauder 5000 Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight/Spotlight

Olight X6 Marauder 5000 Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight/Spotlight

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Olight X6 Marauder 5000 Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight/Spotlight

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The X6 Marauder is Olight’s first portable spotlight with a remote battery pack. Using 6 Cree XM-L LEDs and a max output of 5000 lumens, the X6 brings handheld light to a whole new level.

Please note that we cannot ship lithium batteries of any kind to an international address via USPS.  International orders containing only lithium batteries will be canceled and refunded.  International orders containing lithium batteries and other items will be held while we contact you for further information.  Contact us if you would like a quote for DHL or another form of shipping, but be aware that the cost is much higher than via USPS.

The X6 is designed with a separate main body and battery pack, which allows for a large amount of surface area that dissipates heat extremely well.  The remote high-capacity battery keeps the in hand weight of the main body very low, making extended use much more comfortable that lights that keep the batteries and emitter in the same body. A plastic and carbon fiber composite in the head cover, handle and tail cap gives a strong resistance to impact and also contributes to the light weight. 

The X6 combines design touches such as an upper handle with integrated switch, coiled connecting wire, waterproof and high-current secure connector, strap, protective rubber strips to help avoid the user touching the high temperature cooling fins, standard camera tripod mount, battery indicator, wide belt clip and high-capacity rechargeable battery, etc. The built-in high efficiency synchronous step-down constant current driver circuit to avoid overheating and optional operation mode make the X6 a light with excellent reliability and expandability. It is the perfect illumination tool for hunters, outdoor, search, rescue and flashlight fans.

  • Uses 6 CREE XM-L LEDs
  • Output levels:
    • 150lm(30h)-1200lm(4h30min)-5000lm(1h15min)
  • Split-battery design perfectly integrates high demands of heat dissipation and low weight of main body.
  • Built-in high-capacity lithium battery to ensure extended runtime at high brightness.
  • Aluminum alloy 6N01-T6 with Type Ⅲ hard anodization and Bayer ABS (20% carbon fiber).
  • Can work directly with AC110V and AC220V electric supply with optional accessories.
  • Lens : Tough ultra-clear mineral glass with anti-reflective coating.
  • Water resistant: IPX6.
  • Power indicator:
    • Low: red light on and should charge immediately
    • Normal: yellow light on
    • High: green light on.
  • Terminal Control Mode where the main body can be powered by a car battery or other 12V power source.

Additional Information

Model olightx6
SKU olightx6
Manufacturer Olight
Video Review No
Color No
Beacon No
Body Color Black
Compatible Batteries Rechargable Battery Pack
Mode Changing Method Side Switch
Holster Included No
Pocket Clip No
Crenulated Bezel Yes
Infinite Ouput Adjustment No
LED Tint Cool
Secondary LED Color None
Max Lumens 5000
Min Lumens 150
Beam Distance (Meters) 650
Modes 4
Strobe Yes
Switch Type Side
Programmable No
Body Material Aluminum
Weight grams 1065
Weight oz 34.56
Length Inches 6.5
Length mm 165
Body Diameter Inches 4.72
Body Diameter mm 120
Head Diameter Inches 4.72
Head Diameter mm 120


Customer Reviews 5 item(s)

This is still very high on my wish list of items I want to have in my toy chest !
sounds like a fantastic source of light. I was lead to believe that is does have a female or male point of connection on the base unit for a tripod mount and that it could be mounted in different ways. I have a UTV that I would like to mount the unit on but now I'm second guessing my thoughts as to whether or not this is even possible.
Review by Keith / (Posted on 11/25/2015)
Two years later and it still holds its own!
Even though this light was released over 2 years ago, there's only a handful of lights that can match the sheer power of the X6. That's saying something! Sure there's other lights with slightly higher output (couple hundred lumens), but the beam from those lights is not nearly as focused as the X6's.

I purchased this light as a counterpart to my Olight SR95S-UT (SBT-70), since it's sort-of the opposite in terms of function. The X6 creates a "wall of light" whereas the SR95S has a super concentrated beam. That being said, I was genuinely surprised by how well this light throws, especially given the size and configuration of the 6 reflectors (about the same size/shape as a lot of the 1x18650/2xCR123 tactical lights). I have no doubt that the advertised throw of +600 meters is accurate.

Since I'm not usually a fan of multi-emitter lights due to the uneven beam they typically produce, I was a bit hesitant at first. I was not disappointed! As far as the beam this light produces, unless you set the light to the lowest output and hold it a few feet from a flat surface, there's absolutely no indication that it's a multi-emitter light. The hotspot is downright enormous but it's perfectly round.

In terms of ergonomics, the light is fairly easy to handle and maneuver with the remote battery pack. Using the included shoulder strap makes wielding this behemoth even easier! That's not to say it's heavy, but it's also not a pocket light either.

Build quality is nothing short of excellent. The light feels like it will be able to withstand some pretty rough treatment, which is good, because I wouldn't want a light had I to "worry about."

If I had to complain about anything, it would be the design of the charger Olight includes with these lights. It's like a laptop charger; basically an enormous brick. I realize they're higher amperage, but I'd gladly sacrifice some charge time for a smaller charger. I'd much rather have the A/C adapter/wall wart style of charger.

The only other thing I can find to complain about is the design/placement of the battery-to-light connector. While it's certainly sturdy enough, it's excessively long and in a strange place. Since the connection is not flexible at all, you end up trying to fold or tuck the wire away with a "chunk" that you can't figure out what to do with. It's like trying to roll up a garden hose that has a piece of PVC pipe over it. Sure, if it was at the very end of the hose, it wouldn't be a big deal; however in this case, it's 5-6 feet from the end. Annoying!

Keep in mind, the above two complaints are MINOR and wouldn't (and didn't, obviously) affect my decision to purchase the light. I'm sure if they release a new version they'll have made some improvements.

In conclusion, I believe this to be an awesome purchase and do not regret it at all. As usual, the folks at GoingGear are amazing, and I'll be happy to do business with them in the future.

P.S. - Olight has made a slight revision to the X6. Now you have a way to attach the battery pack to the light itself instead of having to clip it onto your belt/pants. Mine came with a knob/screw that sticks out of the side of the light and a matching "keyhole" style cutout on the beltclip for the battery pack. Though it certainly feels like the afterthought that it is, and makes the light a bit unbalanced, it's definitely better than having to figure out what to do with the pack if you're wearing clothing that won't support the pack. They definitely addressed the complaint many people had!
Review by JF / (Posted on 8/10/2014)
Worth every penny!
I purchased the Olight x6 marauder and a few other Olight products from going gear and they are outstanding products. The quality and power of Olight's products are jaw dropping. The x6 marauder's power is incomprehensible and can not be fully understood by looking at pictures or watching video. The sheer power of this thing is mind blowing. The first time I saw this light I was surprised by the price and the amount of lumens this thing produces. I was a little weary about the price at first and then I saw the review by going gear and I just had to have it. The picture makes it look larger than it actually is and when I received the light I was astonished that a light this size can produce that many lumens and is portable. Ever since I purchased this light I have a feeling that my neighbors hate me because of how bright it is. I am very pleased with the service provides by going gear and will no longer be purchasing flashlights or any other gear from any other sight. They have been very helpful with any questions that I have to ask. But overall this light is worth every penny and would gladly spend twice the price for this light. This light has no cons besides not being able to fit it all in your pocket, but that is not to be expected of a light of this size and power. I would recommend this light to anyone at anytime on any occasion.
Review by Jon / (Posted on 3/6/2014)
Car headlights...schmedlights
This is hugely bright, and best in class that way. I've had mine a couple of months. Nice to have the different brightness settings at a click. If you've ever seen this coming down the road at you'll you'd remember it. It's probably too much for most folks. If you're just out walking the dogs at night this thing will blind the poor critters whenever they happen to gaze backward, even if it's off axis. It's awkward having to hitch the battery pack onto your clothing or pack somehere, and having the bloody cable always in the way. Best application for this light would be mounted to a vehicle - boat, off-road ATV, etc. - but Olight have yet to make a mount for it. Becuase the cable comes diecrtly out the back of the light housing you can NOT tail stand this unless you make a custom mount, and there is no tripod mount built in. Personally, I would spend the bucks on a couple of Nitecore TM15's. Same amount of brightness, much more user friendly.
Review by STEVE BRIGGS / (Posted on 11/22/2012)
I bought this light just to have! One of the coolest lights I have and its bright as HELL! I haven't the words
to explain the amount of light that comes of this Olight X6. All I can say is if you want something extreme
get this and enjoy!
Review by DucatiGP / (Posted on 6/21/2012)