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Armytek Wizard

Armytek Wizard Pro XM-L2 (Warm).


List price: $115.00  

$104.95

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Key Features

  • Powerful Neutral White Cree XM-L2 T6 LED (warm) 
  • Maximal light output 870 LED lumens
  • Beam distance 70 meters
  • Extremely bright headlamp powered by one 18650 Li-Ion battery
  • Compact size and small weight
  • Efficient warm light
  • Multi-color LED indication
  • Programmable settings to fit your needs
  • Ergonomic design for comfortable use
  • Side switch for easy operation
  • TIR 70°:120°

Light & Optics

870 LED lumens
70m
Cree XM-L2 T6
Neutral White 4000K
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TIR-optics
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FULL
70 °
120 °
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Dimensions & Weight

103mm
21mm
33mm
56g

Body & Durability

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Aircraft-grade aluminium
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Premium type III hard anodizing 400HV
Matt Black
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IP68 (highest)
10m
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-25..+40 °C
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10m
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Modes & Electronics

1x18650 Li-Ion
870 lm (1h 6min), 515 lm (2h 48min), 235 lm (7h), 107 lm (15h), 28 lm (50h), 6 lm (9d), 0.4 lm (100d), 2 Strobes
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Side switch
Electronic
1h 6min
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Headband (2 straps) Silicone Holder Clip 2 spare O-rings

Armytek Wizard Pro Manual (Wizard_Pro_user_manual.pdf, 1,047 Kb) [Download]

I use Armytek flashlights since the start, never failed me once -tough, reliable, efficient-. There are a lot of brands on the market but no one of them offer this kind of performances in this price range (and still hard to beat at any price).

If your concern is about battery duration (like me), then look no further; "firefly mode" efficiency is just unbelievable...

P.S.
The guy of the first review (Mugs) talk about using the same switch of Zebralight: please DON' T...

...I have 4 Zebralight (7-8 years old) and all 4 got leaks from the button, not even submerged, in the shower or down heavy rain (replaced 2 of them, nothing changed; story closed); don' t know if new models still have the same problem or not...

My first Wizard was defective but it looks like that was just a spot of bad luck as I have two now and they are functioning well. This makes a great everyday-carry light as you can just hook it onto your belt and you have both hands free. One caveat is that the clicky switch seems a little temperamental- perhaps using the same supplier as Zebralight would be a good idea! Aside from that this is a very fun flashlight to own. The user interface is very intuitive and the beam on the warm version is very diffuse; great for dog walking as it lights up the road well on off to the sides as well. Highly recommend, and very good service from Sandra at Armytek as well.