3000Lumens Palm-sized Tactical Flashlight

Item No.: P25
☑️ Top lumen-size ratio - max 3000 lumens VS pocket size
☑️ Max beam distance 192 m/629 ft and max 150 hours run time
☑️ Power by 1*21700 or 1*18650 battery
☑️ 4 outputs plus strobe for different applications
☑️ Capable of temperature from -22 to 122℉
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Description

Brief Introduction 

 

P25 is a 3000 lumen lantern powered by one 21700 battery or 18650 battery with one CREE XHP70.2 LED. As a wide beam flashlight, P25 is especially ideal for close-range illumination, such as hiking, camping, searching, self-defense, or working as a high power led searchlight or police security light.

Featuring impact-resistant, IPX8 waterproof, and frigostabile, the hyper tough flashlight P25 is capable of all-season and all-weather use.

 


Spec

 

Material: Rugged aluminum with type HAIII hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish

Color: Black
Weight: 88 g/3.1 oz
Tail Diameter: 26 mm/1 in
Head Diameter: 29 mm/1.14 in
Length: 147 mm/5.78 in
Lighting Angle: Flood (about 90°)
Battery: 1*21700/1*18650/2*CR123A
LED: One CREE XHP70.2
Max Power: 30W
Max Runtime: 150 hours/6.25 days
Max Beam Intensity: 9220cd
Max Beam Distance:192 meters/629 feet
Max Output: 3000 lumens
Switch: Tail and side metal switches
Modes: Turbo-high-med-low-strobe
Lighting Color: White
Applications: 
hiking, camping, searching, self-defense

Warranty: 5-year free warranty and through-life warranty support

 

 
Parameters          
 
P25     Turbo       High        Med          Low     Strobe 
Output (Lumens) 3000 500 150 30 3000
Runtime (Hours) 3 6 24 150 4
Distance (Meters) 192 78 43 19 140
Intensity (Candelas)   9,220 1,536 460 93 4,916
Impact Resistance    2 meters
Waterproof    IPX-8 (2-meter submersible)
Note: The above-mentioned parameters (lab-tested by using a 5000mAh 21700 li-ion battery from FreasyGears) may vary between lights, batteries, and environments.

 

Real Discharging Curve

 

 

In the Package

☑️ 1* 3000 lumen flashlight P25 
☑️ 1* 5000mAh 21700 li-ion battery with a type-C charging port
☑️ 1* lanyard
☑️ 1* clip
☑️ 1* holster
☑️ 1* TYPE-C charging cable
☑️ 1* spare O-ring
☑️ 1* warranty card
☑️ 1* user manual



 Optional Accessories

☑️ Gun mount
☑️ Remote switch

 

FAQ

Q1: Is P25 a wide beam flashlight or a narrow beam flashlight?

 A: P25 is more like a wide beam flashlight that can light up a very large area in front of you. But it features 192 meters beam throw, so it's capable of most activities outdoor. In case you are looking for a super long-range light, then K3 would be a better choice. If you are looking for a super long-range multi-color light, then please check H3 and H5, because K3 is a white lighting flashlight. 
 


Q2: What makes P25 so competitive in the market?

A: P25 features top lumen-size ratio - max 3000 lumens VS pocket size. It's the brightest 21700 flashlight of this size in the market. Furthermore, with a 5000mAh 21700 battery and superior intelligent circuit, it's extremely long-last with a runtime of up to 150 hours.


Q3: Is P25 USB rechargeable?

A: No, the 21700 flashlight P25 is not directly USB rechargeable. But it comes with a 5000mAh 21700 battery with TYPE-C charging port on top, which allows each charging with the cable and a 5V adaptor. 


Q4: What kind of adaptor can I use to charge my P25?
A: Please use the adaptor with an output voltage of 5V, either current of 0.5A, 1A, 2A, or above would be OK to use. The difference would be different charging time. 5V/0.5A would take about 11 or 12 hours for a full charge, while 5V/1A takes about 5.5 hours, and 5V/2A or above would take only 3 hours.


Q5: How can I know if my light is fully charged or not? 
A: There is an indicator on top of the battery positive pole. It would show red during charging and turn green once the battery is fully charged.


Q6: Why does the torch flicker during use?
A: The torch flickering during use generally hints a low battery power. To remind users of battery replacement or charging in time, the torch will flicker 3 times every 5 minutes.


Q7: Why can't my 3000 lumens LED flashlight enter Turbo sometimes?
A: Ther
e are 2 possible reasons. 

1) Intelligent overheat protection based on time and temperature.
W
hen the light works on the Turbo mode for 2 minutes, it will automatically switch down to 1600 lumens to avoid overheating. Also, when the heat is over the safety data, the output will automatically step down to reduce heat. When the temperature is lower than the safety value, the output will gradually increase.

2) Low-voltage downshift
W
hen the voltage is lower than 3.0V, the flashlight will automatically step down to a lower brightness level till the battery runs out to reserve more runtime.



Q8: Can I use my waterproof flashlight P25 in water?
A: P25 is IPX-8 waterproof and has gone through the 2-meter underwater test, which means it can survive water jets from all directions, rainstorms, or even temporary immersions in 2-meter water. However, in case you plan to dive, then please go for a dive torch with at least a depth rating of 200ft.


Q9: What battery can I use for my P25?
A: P25 comes with one 21700 rechargeable Li-ion battery,
which gives full play to P25 to be an ultra performance flashlight. Also, it's compatible with one 18650 battery. Anyway, please choose the high-quality battery from premium manufacturers like FreasyGears to ensure safety and high performance.


Q10: 18650 vs 21700

Similarity
Both are rechargeable Li-ion batteries.

Differences
Slightly different in Size
18650 refers to 18 mm in diameter and 65 mm in length, and 21700 means 21mm in diameter and 70mm in length. 21700 is slightly larger than 18650.




21700 Pros 

 
☑️ More energy capacity for more lumens and longer last than 18650s

Are you seeking a high lumen LED light with longer runtime but still in portable size? If yes, then 21700 lights would be a wise option for you. The capacity of 18650 batteries ranges from 2000mAh up to 3500mAh. The 21700 battery is just slightly larger, but you can expect mAh's to range from 3000 up to 5000 mAh's. This means your 21700 search lantern will last longer and be more powerful, with a compact size for easy EDC carry or operation. 
 

P25 provides a long run time of up to 150 hours - 6.25 days and max output up to 3000 lumens!
 


☑️ More Energy Density 

According to Tesla, the power density of 21700 batteries can go up to 300 Wh/kg, which is about 20% more than the current 18650 batteries that rate at 250Wh/kg. Thus, the power density of 21700 batteries is better than that of 18650 batteries. This means, to achieve the same energy, fewer batteries will be needed for 21700 than 18650.
 
In many cases, we have to accept a compromise on portability to achieve a longer run time and brightness. But with 21700, the lantern will reach higher output and last longer in a similar size to 18650 lights. Thus, if you are looking for illumination tools that can still light up a room after a couple of days, then go for a 21700 torch.

 

☑️ Tesla's latest battery and being more and more popular
Actually, 21700 is becoming more and more popular in the market now and it has also been the new choice of Tesla. Instead of the smaller 18650 cells used in Model S and Model X, the new 21700 Li-ion cells are used in Model 3. Battery makers Sony, E fest, Panasonic, LG, and Samsung are also making 21700 Li-ion cells.



21700 Cons

✖️ A little bit more expensive than 18650s 
Generally speaking, buying 21700 would cost a little bit more money than 18650. The rough price for a 5000mAh 21700 is about $20 while a 3500mAh 18650 would be around $15.

 

Conclusion
If you like the brightest tool in portable size and budget is ok, then 21700 would be a great option. But if you prefer basic and more cost-effective gear, then 18650 would fit you better. However, just no worry in any case because P25 is compatible with a 21700 and 18650 battery.


Q11: Shipping and Delivery
A: To offer better support for our distributors, we normally have a certain amount of safety stock available which can be sent right away. However, for the exact delivery date, please kindly ask our salesman for help before placing the order.

We have forwarder partners who can offer the best price and service. If you need a fast shipping way, we would send by DHL, UPS, or FedEx. If you prefer a lower cost, we can also do air or ocean shipments.

 

Q12: What certificate does the high lumen LED light P25 have?
A: We have CE, FCC, and WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) certifications. 
 

Q13: Is private label possible?
A: Yes, we offer private label service with the customer's logo as well. 
 

Q14: Can I buy P25 on Amazon? 
A: Sorry, we do not sell on Amazon right now. If you need just one or two for personal use, please kindly contact us so we will recommend the dealer near you.
 

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