The Thrunite Catapult is a high output super thrower. Thrunite equipped the v2 with a cree XM-L led, making an already good thrower even better.

Max output for the catapult v2 caps off at 700 out the front lumens. Measuring the amount of light that is actually coming out of the lens means that what you see is what you get. There are no inflated lumen ratings that inevitably leave you disappointed when you find out your light isn’t as bright as you’d thought. The v2’s two output modes are accessed by turning the light on using the tail clicky, then twisting the head of the light to switch between high and low modes. The v2 in its default setting is powered by using two CR123 batteries, but by using the included extension tube it can run off of either 4 CR123s or 2 18650s.

It’s hard to articulate just how bright this light really is, so I’ll let the video do the rest of the talking. Unfortunately if you decide you want one you’re a little late. If you missed the v2 it’s not necessarily a bad thing, it means you get your chance to buy the newer Catapult v3!