I've been personally looking forward to a new pocket flooder for a while. I've had this review unit for what feels like forever. OLight swore me to secrecy until today.
Olight Seeker 2 Pro lumens
While impatiently waiting I've managed to capture some clips nightmare to edit which I've included the best in my YouTube review and BLF review below. Hope you guy's like it! I'm certainly not the most scientific reviewer, but I enjoy our hobby and most importantly I enjoy giving something back to our humble community.
Of course any questions or tests requests for the Seeker 2 Pro are welcomed while its still in my possession. Now it would appear were seeing double, with the new Seeker 2 Pro borrowing many of its features. This includes the same user interface, silicone grips and feedback LEDs. All this wrapped up pocket friendly package with lumens of output. In this review we will run through the key features, operation and our overall conclusion. While many features have been borrowed from the X9R, the Seeker 2 Pro also features a number of incremental design updates of its own.
Most notedly the Seeker 2 Pro is quite small for a 3, lumen pocket flooder. This produces a smooth and even beam without the need for a reflector. This, combined with the battery has allowed for the overall size reduction. Having user feedback allows the user to make a more informed output selection based on the remaining battery capacity.
While it is unusual to have a section to discuss the flashlight grip in my reviews. Not only does it provide a decent amount of traction, it also provides heat protection when the flashlight is in turbo mode. The styling also matches the Seeker 2 Pro well, almost making it appear like a mini X9R. This allows the flashlight to charge at 1 amp, which is somewhat faster than the original MMC which was rated at milliamps.
Olight Seeker 2 Pro, 3200 Lumen, Rechargeable
In our testing, a full charged Seeker 2 Pro took 6 hours and 30 minutes to complete. OLight has also included what they are calling the L-Dock. This is a magnetic mount allowing the flashlight to be docked in a fixed position for charging. OLight includes 3M adhesive tape, mounting screws and even a set of cable management cable clips in the box. Rather usefully the L-Dock mounted perfectly in our USB equipped centre console, keeping the flashlight charged while we on the road. The Seeker 2 Pro includes 5 light modes and one flashing modes.
This includes moonlight at 5 lumens, low at 50 lumens, medium at Lumens, high at 1, lumens and turbo at 3, lumens. The Seeker 2 Pro will stepdown for both of its highest modes, including at minutes for high and at 2 minutes for turbo. Runtime varies between 12 days on the moonlight mode to minutes on turbo mode after stepping down.
To switch on The Seeker 2 Pro press the side button once. This will switch on the flashlight in the previously selected mode. Pressing the side button again will switch off the flashlight. Heavy Duty. Remote Switch. Weapon Mount. Battery Chargers. Olight Seeker 2 Pro. Olight Seeker 2 Pro 5 reviews Write a review. Where to buy Compare Product. Your Name. Your Question I wish to not have this question published. Answer the question below. FEATURES: Compact size with powerful performance: incredibly delivers a maxmum output of 3, lumens and a long beam distance of meters, providing you a new flagship-level illumination experience.
Olight Seeker 2 Pro Review (Triple LEDs & 21700 Battery)
Convenient L-dock included: can be attached to or fixed 3M tape included on a wall or table indoors that is close to a power source, providing a dedicated charging location for your Seeker 2 pro. Visual display indicators on both sides of the switch: the four indicators on the right side clearly display the battery level and the four on the left side display the brightness level. Features 3, lumen maximum output Compact and lightweight Ergonomic body and grip for secure hold through extended use Magnetic tail cap and charging system Tail stand capability New L-Dock for mounting that can be used with the magnetic charging cable 3 x CREE LEDs for superior brightness 5 Brightness levels Defensive strobe mode Lockout mode for safe keeping Optional timer mode Single multi-function button side switch Battery voltage level indicators Brightness mode level indicators Built-in lanyard hole for more carrying options Waterproof with an IPX-8 rating Rugged build and 1.
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First, I didn't buy my Seeker 2 Pro here, but I wanted to leave a review here because probably a lot of you will or already have. I honestly can't say enough good things about this light. It's awesome! The output on it is phenomenal and the LEDs that show your brightness level and power remaining are super. One thing bugs me though.
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It is supposed to have a memory of the last setting you used the light on and, to a certain degree, it does. If you turn it back on a few minutes after turning it off, you're good to go and back on the setting you left it on.
However, if you let it sit for say minutes, the light will always come on at the medium power setting. It's just a minor annoyance, but since I have lights that were FAR less expensive that this one that manage to keep my setting for weeks or even months at a time, I don't understand why this one does not. Why only for a few minutes?