Mini Cree Led Q5 Ultrafire Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp Thorough Review Part #2


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7W 300LM Mini CREE LED Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp ( Head of the flashlight can be pulled out to focus the beam)
Super mini size, bright, blinding effect
Skid-proof design & waterproof design.
Output bright can come to 300 lumens (MAX). This mini flashlight can use AA size Alkaline, NiMH, and lithium 14500 batteries.
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Last update 01/18/19
Mini Cree Led Q5 Ultrafire Flashlight Torch Adjustable Focus Zoom Light Lamp Thorough Review Part #2

Last updated 01/06/19



  1. This is a great review just one issue. I would not shine the light at your neighbors home. then again you may not have had another option except down a street :). In my area if I lighted up my neighbors home shortly after I would be pulling rock salt or lead pellets out of my ***. :(Anyways this is the best review I have seen in awhile. I will be checking your other videos out. Thanks

  2. These are awesome little lights, the only thing that lets them down is the switches, they aren't particularly durable, the contacts become weak and they flicker slightly after a few months of use, but for a £2 torch, these are still superb.

  3. i just found this video, and the review is helping… you starting the test with 1.2v battery at 45 min, in the first second is both battery have the same bright?? or the 3.7v is brighter?

  4. Cool little flashlight. I have a couple of them also. Ultrafire brand is what to look for when purchasing these lights, although, there is one called the J-5 tactical (same flashlight, but seems to have a whiter light output). You don't have to just go to Amazon or Ebay to find them—-check any Chinese outlet (such as Tmart). I use a pre-paid gift card instead of a credit card for purchase safety, though. If someone is looking for an affordable 300 lumen flashlight that can be carried anytime and only uses one battery–this type of flashlight is great. Thanks for the video.

  5. There seem to be many copies or fakes of this model. They are so good, difficult to tell which is genuine and which is fake. I have two, don't know if they are fake or not.

  6. Thanks for a great and thorough review. I bougt two of these. One for myself, and one for my 7 year old daughter who is in the girl-scouts.

  7. Nice effort, but some issues. Solar cell is not a lux meter. Low setting is far less bright than high, yet showed almost as much output. Many phones have a lux sensor (though needs to be translated to lumens if different zoom level is used), look for light or lux meter apps, I use SensorBox. The reason the NiMH battery lasts a lot longer is the cheap ebay or other china batteries are crap. A good 14500 lithium battery would have 700-1000mah @ 3.7v, the 1200mah rating on battery is a lie. so a true 2200mah is going to outlast a cheap lithium. Voltage is not the only factor in output or longevity. So get quality 14500 or just use quality NiMH. Lithium is brighter on this light due to how the voltage regulation works on the light.

  8. Hello Richard!

    Which seller on amazon did you purchase it from? It looks like there are many options!

    Could you explain why you choose to use NIMH as opposed to the Li-Ion?

    Great vid btw!

  9. Fantastic review. I've had this torch for a while now but never really thought about any of its specifications or its build quality. Thanks for sharing.

  10. it will be wonderful if the flashlight can incorporate a joule thief, whit this, a AA can give enough power to bright like it do whit a 14500 lithium battery

  11. hi mi friend, what is the difference between bot batteries you tested? i have a ultrafire who comes whit the flashlight, it works for 20 minutes approximately, and a trustfire that brings 1:15 minutes, later when the flashlight dim, i turn it off because i investigate that the cells can be damaged for the low voltage, and other question, what you was measuring whit the testers? voltage, amps or lumens? sorry for me bad English, i am from Venezuela jajaja, great video!

  12. Another great video! These reviews are the most comprehensive and detailed out there – I would recommend your channel to anyone interested in buying a torch, batteries, a new charger, or just to learn something.

    I make videos myself (mostly gaming and technology) and next time I upload a computer build or something related, I'll mention your channel at the end because I believe it could benefit even more people that it already does!

  13. Hey Richard what kind of algorithm did you use to assess the output lumens (484) of the flashlight? Where you converting volts to lumens? Also what is that solar gismo that the flashlight was pointed at which helped to figure the lumen output. As usual a great tutorial that I enjoyed.  Thanks!

  14. Hi, I was wondering if you could help, how could I install a pressure switch on this for my airsoft gun? If this is possible which one should I get? Great video by the way, I can tell this took a very long time to edit.


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