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Binwo LED Flashlight Review

Binwo LED Flashlight Review

My children are obsessed with flashlights. I had to put a child-lock on my flashlight drawer to keep my lights from going missing at inopportune times. I usually use the light on my phone as a flashlight, but I still light to keep more traditional handheld lights on hand in case of an emergency. When offered the chance to review the Binwo LED flashlight in exchange for my honest opinion, I eagerly accepted the opportunity with encouragement from my two kiddos.

Design and Price

The battery-operated zoomable LED flashlight from Binwo features a black aluminum alloy casing with a dependable water-resistant, skid-proof, anti-abrasive design perfect for tactical situations and multiple outdoor uses in adverse weather conditions. The 2000 lumen LED light offers five settings — high, medium, low, strobe, and SOS — that are perfect for any outdoor activity such as hiking, camping, and hunting as well as emergencies and household use. The special six-teeth safety hammer head design allows for self-help measures such as smashing window in emergencies. The flashlight alone requires three AAA batteries. The high-quality CREE LED light supports up to 656-feet beam distance with easy-controlled head-pulling zoom and easy mode-switch by light taps of toggle button. The Binwo CREE-XML T6 2000 lumens handheld LED flashlight currently costs $9.99 on Amazon with a list price of $29.99. The flashlight is also available with a battery and charger at the current price of $15.99 with a list price of $39.99.

Side of Binwo LED Flashlight Front of Binwo LED Flashlight

Binwo LED Flashlight Turned On Light of the Binwo LED Flashlight

Evaluation

I admittedly know nothing about lumens, but I can say that my Binwo LED flashlight offers an extremely bright light. The brightness output is comparable to my 1000 lumen flashlight, so I am not sure about the 2000-lumen claims. Although quite small in size, the light is nonetheless quite bright. The five lighting settings are also handy. I pretty much use only the high light setting when walking around my yard at night or talking my dogs for walks in the dogs. However, I also use the zoom feature to check inside my children’s ears occasionally. More adventurous outdoor types will also find the other settings quite useful. The SOS setting is especially handy in an emergency situation.

Using the LED flashlight from Binwo is incredibly easy. The on/off switch is a green button on the bottom of the light. Push the button firmly to turn the light on and then push the button firmly again to turn the light off. To switch between the light settings, start by turning the light on. Once the light is on, press the on/off switch lightly to cycle between the five settings. All you need is a light touch to switch between the five light options. I like having only one button to push. I can turn the flashlight on and immediately switch to another setting without moving my hand. I also appreciate that the flashlight remembers the last setting that I chose before turning the light off and turns on with that same setting during the next use. Zooming the light in and out is as simple as pushing or pulling on the head of the flashlight.

My only complaint is that I received the flashlight alone. I do, however, appreciate that Binwo offers an add-on battery and charger. Three AAA batteries last a moderate amount of time, and I can quickly change the batteries in an emergency situation as long as I have extra batteries on hand. To charge the batteries, start by removing the battery case from the flashlight by twisting off the bottom. Remove the old batteries and insert new ones. While I would love to get the rechargeable option of my Binwo LED flashlight, the three AAAs do work very well.

Final Verdict

If you are shopping for a small but powerful LED flashlight, definitely check out the Binwo CREE-XML T6 2000 lumens handheld LED flashlight. Constructed with a black aluminum alloy casing for a dependable water-resistant, skid-proof, anti-abrasive design, the flashlight offers five settings — high, medium, low, strobe, and SOS — that are perfect for any outdoor activity. The flashlight alone requires three AAA batteries, but Binwo also offers an add-on battery and charger. Although quite small in size, the flashlight offers a bright light that effectively lights up a space. Using the light and changing the batteries are both extremely easy. If you need a new flashlight for emergency, outdoor, or daily use, definitely give the Binwo LED flashlight a try.

Purchase a Binwo CREE-XML T6 2000 lumens handheld LED flashlight on Amazon via my affiliate link.

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Binwo LED Flashlight Review © 2017 Heather Johnson
Side of Binwo LED Flashlight © 2016 Heather Johnson
Front of Binwo LED Flashlight © 2016 Heather Johnson
Binwo LED Flashlight Turned On © 2016 Heather Johnson
Light of the Binwo LED Flashlight © 2016 Heather Johnson

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