Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight

Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight

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  • Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight
  • Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight
  • Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight
  • Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight
Olight X7 Marauder 9000 Lumen 4 x 18650 CREE XHP70 LED Flashlight

Regular Price: $119.97

Special Price $77.98

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The X7 Marauder (X7) is a portable LED flashlight with a side-switch, delivering a maximum output of up to 9,000 lumens. It is powered by four 18650 rechargeable lithium batteries with a high discharging rate, with an output range from 3 to 9,000 lumens. Featuring an orange-peel aluminum reflector, coupled with three four-core light-emitting XHP70 LEDs, it gives a balanced beam that meets the need for middle and close-range, wide area illumination. It is a perfect light for search and rescue purposes. Runs best with Olight's HDC 18650.


  • Uses three top-class cool white CREE XHP 70 LED with a total of 12 light-emitting cores.
  • A maximum output of 9000 lumens which is great for strong illumination and a minimum output of 3 lumens, which is suitable for long periods of using at night.
  • The switch on the bezel side controls the flashlight, which has three common brightness levels: 3000 lumens, 1000 lumens and 300 lumens; plus turbo modes: 5500 lumens and 9000 lumens; nightlight mode: 3 lumens; and a strobe at 10Hz.
  • Double press the side switch quickly to activate the Turbo (5500 lumens) mode, and double press quickly again to access the Turbo S (9000 lumens) mode.
  • Low-voltage indicator monitors the battery power level while the light is on, which will glow red when the battery power is running low.
  • Active Thermal Management: MCU detects the ashlight temperature through the internal thermal sensor in real time, and prevents overheating by reducing the output. 

Light Source

  • 3 x Cree XHP70 CW 


  • Length: 5in / 127mm
  • Bezel Diameter: 2.68in / 68mm
  • Body Diameter: 2.05in / 52mm
  • Weight: 16.6oz / 471 g (excluding batteries)

Body Materials

  • AL6061-T6 (Body)
  • Powered By 4 x 18650


  • 5 Year warranty
  • Visit olightworld.com/warranty

Accessories (Flashlight Only)

  • Holster
  • Instruction Manual
  • Car Sticker x 1

Accessories (Flashlight kit)

  • Holster
  • C4 Smart Charger
  • AC Cable
  • OLIGHT HDC 3500mAh 18650
  • lithium-ion batteries x 4
  • Instruction Manual
  • Car Sticker x 1
  • Magic Patch x 1 

Additional Information

Model X7 Marauder
Manufacturer Olight
Video Review No
Color Black
Beacon No
Body Color Black
Compatible Batteries 4 x 18650
Mode Changing Method Side Switch
Holster Included Yes
Pocket Clip No
Crenulated Bezel No
Infinite Ouput Adjustment No
LED Tint Cool
Secondary LED Color No
Max Lumens 9000
Min Lumens 3
Beam Distance (Meters) 313
Modes 6
Strobe Yes
Switch Type Side
Programmable No
Body Material Aluminum
Weight grams 472
Weight oz 16.64
Length Inches 5
Length mm 127
Body Diameter Inches 2.04
Body Diameter mm 52
Head Diameter Inches 2.68
Head Diameter mm 68


Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

If you are looking for a reliable high quality high powered flood light this is a great choice.
The X7 Marauder is a great light for woods trail walking. You can see well enough on low to illuminate the trail, and if needed double tap for 5,500 lumens and another double tap for 9,000.

If you shave some pack weight in other places it makes a great backpacking light as well, although you wont get the distance of the 1,200 lumen M3XS-UT gets by any means, (Which is why I like to take both with me on short three or four mile hikes) it has enough sheer lumens to reach out a little.

Just my personal opinion, and not directly related to this light but all lights. If a light is rated for 1,000 meters, I cut that in half mentally and then go from there. For instance this light is rated for 313 meters I personally rate it at half that or 150 meters, although you can see objects at 313 meters and most lights at the fully rated distance, I always keep this in mind because I want a lot of light at the given distance.

Here is the bottom line about this light... almost anything in front of this light at 9,000 lumens is lit up from the ground to the tops of a 40-50 foot tree for 150 yards extremely well and it is an incredible flood light.

Vinh mods this light at Sky Lumens and gets you 14,500 lumens after it settles down from an astounding 16,200 lumen turn on for $325. (CW dome on).
One of each (a stock and mod version would be nice, 9,000 lumens is great don't get me wrong, but 14,500... from a soda can light insane.

I like the two series, two parallel arrangement for the four 18650's. I am running my stock version X7 with the Olight 10 Amp batteries with no problems. I clean the contacts, springs and battery terminals with alcohol and a Q-tip very carefully each time I charge the batteries, with no Turbo or Turbo S run time problems ever. I get about five minutes of Turbo S this way at 80% humidity and 75 degrees F holding the light.
Review by Jeff / (Posted on 1/17/2017)
Outrageously bright and a good UI
Outrageously bright and a good straight forward user interface. Size is ok but not designed for EDC. In fact that would be one of my criticisms of the light. No lanyard or strap to hold on to the light and no 1/4 20 mounting hole for alternative mounting. Their previous (X6) Marauder had both. Seems like a real oversight for a flashlight that can get too hot to handhold. Using it in a tail stand configuration would be the only way you can work with it for extended periods.
I purchased the "natural white" version (kudos for GoingGear for carrying both kinds) which I'm really happy with. Colors (Reds, Oranges and Yellows in particular) show up much better with this light. This would actually be a good video light if it didn't flicker at the lower lumen output levels. Unfortunately it does making it unacceptable for photography and video (in addition to not being able to mount it easily).
Ahh but the Super Turbo mode makes all those other issues go away. Did I mention this light is bright? It reminds me of turning on a cinema light and blasting the night away. Where the X6 Marauder was equal to a 100 watt HMI this is easily twice as bright. (super turbo doesn't flicker but unfortunately only lasts for 2 minutes before it drops down to 1800 lumens which does flicker.) An amazing deal as Olight does it again.
Review by Kean / (Posted on 12/5/2016)