GUNS Magazine Acebeam L19 Hunting Flashlight-GUNS Magazine

2021-12-13 13:14:11 By : Mr. Aaron chen

Acebeam L19 offers the largest coverage of all handheld tactical lights-at a reasonable price!

Remember at that time the "powerful" flashlight was about the size of a teenage nuclear reactor and weighed less than a fully loaded commercial airplane? Even with all these forces in control, it turns out that the light beam is hardly enough to complete any task beyond the length of the arm. However, with amazing leaps in technology-mainly due to the continuous evolution of light-emitting diodes (LEDs)-flashlights have become more powerful, but smaller.

A good example of this concept is the Acebeam L19 hunting flashlight. The two reliable and cheap D-cell lamps that we grew up with are roughly the same size, comparing Acebeam L19 with D-cell lamps or any other small battery-powered lighting device is like comparing candles to forest fires .

It is estimated that the coverage of the 850-nanometer green LED is close to 5,000 feet, and prey or bad guys will not arrive without sufficient notice. It's easier to find that "bump of the night"!

The lamp is very small, 1 inch long at the tail, and only 2.36 inches on the business end, with a total length of less than 6-1/2 inches. The L19 weighs less than 7 ounces without a battery, roughly the same size as many popular CR123 "tactical" lights, but their performance pales in comparison. The designer claims that it is the "furthest" tactical flashlight on the market.

L19 uses a special optical design lens and reflector to focus the LED light source into an incandescent 1650 lumens condensed beam, claiming to be able to find a target up to 4200 feet away. If you choose a 2200 lumens green 850nm LED, you can scan nearly 5000 feet away! Whether it is hunting or looking for intruders, such coverage provides plenty of time to prepare for anything that happens next.

L19 can be used as a bold weapon light with a beam of up to spare, which is very suitable for rifle applications, but it is small enough to be used as a personal tactical light or hunting light.

In the "Turbo" (high output) mode, the running time is about 1-1/2 hours, while the other six modes can extend the running time to 94 days with reduced output. Some people think that there is a stroboscopic mode that is useful for "disoriented" attackers.

The L19's electronic equipment is of first-class quality, with an aviation-grade aluminum body and a black high-quality Type-III hard anodized anti-wear finish. Starting with gold-plated circuit contacts, electronic devices use an efficient constant current (non-PWM) design and provide intelligent temperature regulation to prevent overheating. If the battery is inserted in the reverse direction, there is even a polarity protection to avoid damage.

The light also offers many other popular features, such as dual switches (side and back), metal finger ridges used as shooting lights, tactical knurling for easy grip, battery charging indicator, which can be used to break glass or discourage malicious Close contact, tempered glass lens with anti-reflective coating and lock mode to prevent battery drain. L19 is also O-ring sealed, with a waterproof rating of 5 meters (just over 16 feet), and a drop test of 1 meter.

The L19 is ready to use out of the box and is not equipped with a power supply. Instead, it uses any popular 21700 format battery, lithium battery or rechargeable lithium ion battery. As long as the group outputs at least 10 amperes of current, it can also accept two CR-123 batteries. Acebeam offers a compatible USB-C rechargeable battery as an option, the price is less than 20 US dollars, and ordering this is the most meaningful for the battery. There is also reverse polarity protection when you install the juicer by mistake.

The suggested retail price of L19 is US$149.00, which is very reasonable. It is a top tactical/hunting light comparable to similar products, but there is one main difference-ultra-long-distance beam. If you really need to "reach out and touch someone (or something)", then whether you want to raise a grumpy coyote or investigate night bumps, L19 is the best in its class. As long as you are equipped with Acebeam L19, The Boogeyman has nowhere to hide!

This content is sponsored by Acebeam.

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