If you are looking for a well built flashlight that has a ton of output and throws to the moon, then you’ve found it. The JETBeam RRT-1 fits that role perfectly.
Running off of 2 CR123 primaries or a single 18650, the RRT-1 puts out a max of 313 lumens for two hours. If you do choose to use a rechargeable lithium battery, you won’t have to worry about over discharging your cell since the RRT-1 has a built in protection circuit. A tail cap clicky is used to power on the light, and output modes are chosen using a rotary ring near the bezel. Rotary ring selectors make switching between output modes very fast and intuitive. The R5 LED paired with the extra deep reflector allows the RRT-1 to throw for days. The beam stays very tight making it easy to illuminate objects for hundreds of yards. Even on lower brightness settings the RRT-1 is able to light up objects out to 100 yards, allowing you to save battery life if the max brightness isn’t needed.
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