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Convoy S2+ LED Flashlight - Gray $6.99 USD ($8.98 AUD) Delivered @ Gearbest


Great price for a well reviewed torch

Specs from GB page


Brand: Convoy
Model: S2+
Emitters: Cree XM-L2 U2
Emitters Quantity: 1
Lumens Range: 500-1000Lumens
Luminous Flux: 940Lm
Circuitry: 2.1A
Color Temperature: 6500-7000K
Feature: Lightweight
Function: Camping,EDC,Hiking,Household Use,Night Riding,Walking
Switch Location: Tail Cap
Mode: Two Kind of Mode (1.three modes:low 5%-mid 50%-high100%; 2.five modes:low 5%-mid 50%-high100%-Strobe-SOS)
Power Source: Battery
Battery Type: 18650
Battery Quantity: 1
Battery Included or Not: No
Mode Memory: Yes
Product Details

Reflector: Aluminum Textured Orange Peel Reflector
Lens: Glass Lens
Beam Distance: 50-100m
Impact Resistance: 1.5M
Body Material: Aluminium Alloy
Available Light Color: White
Dimension and Weight

Product weight: 0.0900 kg
Package weight: 0.1100 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 2.41 x 2.41 x 12.18 cm / 0.95 x 0.95 x 4.8 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 3.50 x 3.50 x 13.50 cm / 1.38 x 1.38 x 5.31 inches
Package Contents

Package Contents: 1 x Convoy S2+ LED Flashlight


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  • wow, that was fast. Says code expired.

  • Yup code gone

  • Every one of the Cree flashlights I've bought from Chinese stores has either started playing up in one way or another or stopped working altogether. Am I just an unlucky dude or is this a common experience?

    • No, you are not alone. I've never had one that lasts more than a couple of months.

      My most recent starts flickering and then eventually turns off. It needs a good whack to get it working again :)


        Are we talking about this torch in particular.

        Spewing I wasn't able to grab one, I'm guessing pricing error. Best price I've seen on this torch

        Now I'll probably wait another year


      Me no have problems … except maybe one cheap one after extensive use and abuse.

    • Yep all my chinese ones are dead pretty quickly too.
      But my 3 led lenser ones keep surviving and usually get heaps more abuse than the chinese ones.

    • Treat the "Cree" lights as a test. If you find yourself using it a lot then you would benefit from stepping up to 18650 batteries and a Convoy S2 where you will get a much nicer tint, a broader range of outputs, MUCH better build quality, and an honest maximum lumen level. Then, once you've been using the Convoy, you'll think to yourself "gee, I could use something with more throw" and you'll probably get a Convoy C8. Then after a while you'll think "a right angled headlamp could come in handy" and you'll grab a Skillhunt H03. Then you'll think "wow, the neutral white of this emitter sure is nice. The same in a standard torch form factor would be great", and you'll grab something like an Armytek partner C2 Pro. By now you would have done enough research and you would have come across Zebralight. "I wonder what a neutral white XHP50 would be like in a single 18650 form factor" and you'll order a SC600fd+ MKIV. After a while, you'll think to yourself, "man, I'm tired of all my lights being under 2000 lumens and I'd love something really floody" so you'll buy a BLF Q8. "Gee, this thing throws as far as my C8. Time to step up my throwing game!" And you'll grab something like an Olight M2X-UT. At this point, you'll start to question whether there is anything else worth pursuing, then you'll come across the Emisar D4. By now you are so far down the rabbit hole there is no point going back so you'll grab a soldering iron and start building your own custom lights out of the bodies of Convoy S2's.

      Or not. YMMV.


    This deal is still active, not nearly as cheap. Can't fault mine for build quality.