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Olight Baton 3 1200 Lumens Compact LED Flashlight $59.47 Delivered @ olight_direct eBay


Today found another Olight deals which are excellent price.
Olight Baton 3 sales for $59.47 this also part of the OFanDay sale upto 30% off.

The battery life of the Baton 3 lasts up to 20 days. With the premium edition, the battery life can reach 94 days with the wireless charging case charging the Baton 3 up to 3.7 times.
With a max 1,200-lumen output and a 166-meter beam distance, the baton 3 increased by 20% and 14% compared to the previous S1R Baton II.

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  • Good price, I think they use proprietary batteries though no?

    • Some models have the positive and negative terminals on the same end but still accept normal batteries with positive facing tail cap end.

    • It uses 16340, the lithium iron version of the cr123a. Quite common

      • But it should be noted only Olight-specific batteries charge internally

  • +1

    Really good deal with ebayplus. I DONT NEED ANOTHER TORCH 😂😂😂

    • +2

      Yes you do. Trust me on this.

      • Can never have too many….can you?

        Maybe I have a problem.

  • Great deal, also available with charging case $90.97 on ebay

  • Also 15% off with afterpay.

  • Omg why did I click on the link 😄

  • Haven't owned a torch that produces over 1,000 lumens before, but based on the specs isn't this a bit pointless to have this rating:

    1,200 lumens @ 1.5 minutes run time

    • Yeah, it is marketing. Sustained for 30 or so minutes would be impressive. The driver ramps down voltage to avoid damaging the led. The physical thermal management on these tiny things are as you'd expect insufficient. For the size, it is impressive and olight make really well engineered products, however, you can usually get more bang for your buck with other brands, in saying that, this is a good price.

    • It might sound gimmicky, but having the 1,200 lumen even for 1.5 min can be useful to help see further ahead at night. Also, most of the time, you wouldn't want to use it any longer than that time as the battery is small and it will drain the battery pretty quickly.

      • Fair call. I just assumed everyone has the same issues as me - owning a torch for every single use case I can think of lol.

        • Keep in mind that for general purpose use 500-800 lumens is more than enough for outdoor, and 2-300 lumens is plenty enough for indoor use.

          If you need 1000+ lumens to light up an entire area for any length of time, a hand held torch of any kind will just not do. You’d need a massive multi-led array with active cooling, or a halogen spotlight, either way youd need more battery than can be comfortably fit into something handheld.

          Turbo mode IS really useful though, like when I’m night hiking or camping, being able to flood an area for 30 seconds to a minute is a huge benefit, gives you a chance to quickly take in your surroundings, pick a path, then go back down to a lower power that just lights up your immediate path. I bring my Nitecore Tiny Monster when I ride MTB trails at night for this very purpose. Whip it out and use the 3800 lumen mode at the top of a drop-in, lets me see quite far ahead, plan out a line, and then the trail light on my handlebars is good enough to see 10-15 metres ahead of me while I’m moving.

  • +3

    I'm not buying any torch unless it has Anduril. I'm so sick of random combos of modes that aren't fit for purpose and work differently on each torch.

  • +1

    I have a torch out for delivery to me today that blows this out of the water, Convoy M21B flashlight with GT FC40 high CRI with 21700 battery ~2500 lumens for AUD$50 inc delivery from China. Slightly larger though.

    I can get a similar size Sofirn SC21 Mini 16340 LED Flashlight USB C 1000lm Rechargeable Torch with Magnet Tail Power Indicator 5000K for AUD$27

    This olight is no bargain.

    • Are we Abe to get LiPo batteries from AliExpress these days?

      • +1

        I don't go looking for LiPo so don't know. I did see some at Bunnings, 18650, 14500 for their solar power lights.