Olight M23 Javelot Flashlight Kit Cree XP-L LED (1020 Lumens)

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Item #BHQ-50328


  • Modes:4
  • Max Output:1020 Lumens
  • Max Runtime:30 Hours
  • Peak Beam Intensity:47500 Candela
  • Beam Distance:436 Meters
  • Impact Resistance:1.5 Meters
  • Water Resistance:IPX-8
  • LED Type:CREE XP-L
  • Battery Type:18650, CR123
  • Batteries Included:Yes
  • Switch:Tail Cap
  • Length:5.71"
  • Head Diameter:1.61"
  • Body Diameter:1.16"
  • Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:5.36 oz.
  • Brand:Olight
  • Model:M23 Javelot
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Flashlight


The M23 Javelot Flashlight Kit includes the M23 Javelot, two rechargeable 18650 batteries, an Omni-Dok battery charger, and a padded hard case for secure travelling and storage of all components.

The M23 Javelot is designed to be a tactical flashlight, yet its ease of use and long beam throw distance make it great for outdoor recreation, hunting and general use. Olight's M23 has a high intensity CREE XP-L LED with a maximum output of 1020 lumens with a beam distance of 324 meters. On the tactical side of things, the Javelot M23 has a stainless steel bezel and tailcap switch that is used in conjunction with a twist head switch.

Mode: Output / Runtime
  • High: 1020 lumens / 5 minutes + 600 lumens / 55 minutes
  • Medium: 350 lumens / 2 hours
  • Low: 20 lumens / 30 hours
  • Strobe: 10Hz / 1020 lumens

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Great duty light! Sheath not included!!
Omar S.
I picked up this kit for work and the light is great. It is small enough that it doesn't hit things while it's on your belt, but large enough to tuck under your arm so you can write on a note pad. Don't forget to buy a sheath for it, because it is not included. I picked up the Olight sheath for this and it is holding up well also. The rubber cap on the switch is durable and switch has a nice audible click.

Switching modes is done by twisting the body, and the tail switch cycles on and off. I love that the high mode is accessed by a double click, so I just leave the light on medium for normal use and use the high mode for traffic stops and room clearing. If you want to be high speed, you can use the strobe mode, which is three clicks.