A nice addition to any flashlight collection
Brian A. Miller
As someone who always loses flashlights, I've tried cheap and expensive ones, but this one will stay close to me. It's sturdy, bright, and easy to use, with a rechargeable battery and a port to recharge it. I appreciate that it comes with a charger, as some of my other rechargeable flashlights did not. The build quality is excellent, and it feels great in the hand. If you're in the market for a good flashlight, this is the one to buy.
Sturdy and bright
This pocket flashlight comes with a built-in charger and measures just over 5.5" in length and 1.25" in width. It has a metal case with a sturdy metal pocket clip on the side. It is powered by one 18650 battery (included) or two CR123A batteries (not included), with a power button at the end and a function button at the front. You can select between high, medium, low, strobe, flash, and SOS modes using the function button. The light has a 3-minute time limit on high mode due to high temperature concerns. The battery can be charged directly in the flashlight using the USB micro charging port on the side, or you can remove it and charge it in a standard 18650 battery charger (sold separately). The light comes with a nylon belt carrier, a lanyard, an O-ring for water tightness, and a spare USB port cover. It is sturdily built and produces a good strong beam.
Great value for long-range illumination
This is definitely a throw torch to me. It's a bit on the large side, but it's built like a tank. I'm not worried about dropping it. I love the tail switch features - full on click or momentary on - and the side button works exactly as advertised for switching modes. I'm not a fan of the strobe or SOS mode, but it's nice to have them just in case. Overall, it's an excellent value for anyone looking for an outdoor or camping torch with incredible throw. Highly recommended.
This flashlight is fantastic. It's incredibly bright, charges quickly, and feels great in your hand.
Worth the investment
I was hesitant to buy a foreign flashlight, but this one surpassed all my expectations. It's the best flashlight I've ever owned, and I use it as my primary tool at work. I've accidentally dropped it in oil and on solid concrete multiple times, and it's still working perfectly. The battery capacity is impressive for such a small flashlight. It's hands-down the best tactical compact light I've ever used.
Bright and user-friendly (with some limitations)
I'm a bit of a flashlight fanatic, always trying out new lights and sharing my thoughts with my friends. I've tried cheap ones and expensive ones alike, and I have to say, the Soonfire really impressed me. Even at its highest setting, it's brighter than my 7-year-old $85 Fenix flashlight that was top-of-the-line in its day. Plus, it's USB cable rechargeable and comes at a very reasonable price for what it delivers. The various brightness modes are easy to use, and the manual is clear and straightforward. However, I do have a few gripes. The method for charging the flashlight is not intuitive at all, and it's a significant oversight by the designers. You have to click the tail button to start charging after plugging in the USB cable; otherwise, it's just waiting. Soonfire knows this is an issue because they include a bright yellow label explaining the process. Additionally, it's frustrating that the manual and product description don't provide estimated battery life at different brightness levels. Still, overall, it's a solid flashlight with some caveats.