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ThruNite Neutron 2C V3

With rock-solid features at an exceptionally attractive price tag, the ThruNite Neutron 2C has established itself to be an excellent everyday light. Rather than reinvent the wheel to keep the flashlight fresh, ThruNite instead innovate with careful iteration. Now in its 3rd version, the latest 2C comes with measured upgrades rather than drastic differences, adopting the power, versatility, and utility of modern lights while staying true to its core as a great all-around flashlight for EDC.

The Neutron 2C V3's exterior largely remains unchanged from its initial release. It comes in an IPX8-rated black anodized aluminum tube with a raised collar with an anti-roll design that houses a metal side switch and generous knurling for its bottom half. A key feature lies with this segmented bottom portion: it unscrews into two separate parts to allow you to shorten the entire light, giving compatibility to huge range of batteries (18650 x 1, 18350 x 1, CR123A x 2, 16340 x 1, 16340 x 2). This gives the 2C ridiculous versatility and portability depending on your needs, and thanks to a built-in micro USB port, the light itself is even able to recharge said cells. The 2C's accessories include a pre-attached clip, 3400 mAh 18650 battery, holster, lanyard, and micro USB cable. These round out its carry options as well as give you a complete kit to get you started.

An electronic side switch (which also doubles as a battery indicator) navigates the light's 4 modes. It uses a Cree XP-L V6 LED available in both cool and neutral white, with a top output of 1100 lumens and a maximum runtime of 49 days on its 0.5-lumen Firefly setting. Playing again on its versatility, the 2C's main output mode allows continuous ramping between 12 and 650 lumens, with shortcuts to Firefly (long press), Turbo (double click), and Strobe (double click from Turbo) from off. These shortcuts are a nice and thoughtful touch, especially considering  getting to the right brightness on its ramping mode may take a few moments that you might not have in a pinch. Thankfully, mode memory exists for this mode when you do find that perfect brightness.

Even in its third iteration, versatility is still the name of the game for the Thrunite Neutron 2C. Pick one up in your choice of tint from the Amazon link below.

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ThruNite Neutron 2C 2017

Versatility is key when it comes to an everyday light. A light able to adapt to your daily needs is worth carrying all the time. And it's with versatility in mind that ThruNite updates the Neutron 2C to an EDC-worthy light in 2017. With its power, variable brightness, and battery and charging options, the 2C has all the tools to get any lighting job done.

The first of the 2C's updates is its emitter. An XP-L V6 LED gives you up to 1100 lumens on its Turbo setting for up to 2.2 hours, or up to 49 days on its 0.5-lumen Firefly setting. But the 2C's secret weapon is in its two “Infinity” modes. While the light is on, long-pressing its side switch cycles through infinitely variable brightness levels between 650 and 12 lumens, giving you exactly the light you need for your tasks. Pair this with easy access to its Firefly, Turbo, and Strobe modes and you've got quite the capable light.

You have plenty of options to carry the 2C with its included deep-carry pocket clip, holster, and lanyard, and a smaller footprint compared to its previous versions makes it even easier to EDC. A built-in micro USB charging port also lets you easily top up the 18650 3400mAh battery the package comes with. No outlet nearby? Don't fret—the 2C is also compatible with 2 x CR123A or up to  2 x 16340 batteries so you have plenty of options if you're stocked up on those instead.

ThruNite's Neutron 2C is no one-trick pony. Add one to your EDC by clicking on the Amazon link below.

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ThruNite Archer 1A V3

Using powerful flashlight batteries like CR123A primaries and lithium-ion 18650 rechargeables has plenty of benefits. It's a very long list. But there's one key advantage of “common” AA and AAA batteries—accessibility. Every convenience store, grocery check-out aisle, and gas station will have one or both of these cells in stock. And when your flashlight dies—especially in an emergency—the last thing you'll want to worry about is where to get a fresh set of batteries.

That's not to say that ThruNite are just phoning it in with the Archer V3. Quite the contrary—it's very much a modern light with modern features. It's powered by a Cree XP-L V6 emitter and takes a wide range of voltage, including 14500 li-ion cells. Equipped with that kind of hardware, the V3 is no slouch for output across 5 modes, with 200 lumens on high for 115 minutes and 17 days of light on its  0.1 lumen firefly mode.

It's definitely good for EDC weighing only 42g without a battery, and type III anodized aluminum and IPX-8 waterproofing ensures a hardy everyday light. Simple, no-nonsense, and easy to both power and use. Add this convenient carry to your EDC by picking one up at the link below.

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ThruNite Neutron 2C v2

When choosing an EDC flashlight, one key factor you should consider is size. You want it to fit in your pocket just as easily as it fits in your hand. The Thrunite Neutron 2C V2 is a pocket-friendly light that comes with a battery extension tube, letting you switch up what batteries you use depending on how much power, runtime, or grip you need.

For example, if you find a longer light more comfortable to hold,  simply unscrew the head to attach the extension and you’re good to go. Depending on which configuration you choose, the Neutron can operate as a single-cell or two-cell flashlight, running off one 18650 battery or two CR123A batteries, respectively.

If you find yourself in a dark situation, you can light up your surroundings with up to 1040 lumens thanks to its CREE XM-L2 U2 LED bulb. Five output modes gives you options when it comes to runtime as well, ranging from 90 minutes in turbo mode to 90 days in moonlight mode. With a throw of 212 meters, this is a powerful light that’s versatile enough for EDC. If you want an affordable light that gives you plenty of options, you can pick up the Neutron via the link below.

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