Olight S2R Baton Rechargeable Flashlight Cree XM-L2 LED (1020 Lumens)

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  • Modes:6
  • Max Output:1020 Lumens
  • Max Runtime:60 Days
  • Peak Beam Intensity:5800 Candela
  • Beam Distance:153 Meters
  • Impact Resistance:1.5 Meters
  • Water Resistance:IPX-8
  • LED Type:CREE XM-L2
  • Battery Type:18650
  • Batteries Included:Yes
  • Switch:Side Switch
  • Length:4.05"
  • Head Diameter:0.91"
  • Body Diameter:0.91"
  • Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:2.00 oz.
  • Brand:Olight
  • Model:S2R
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Flashlight


The Olight S2R Baton takes everything you love about the S2, adds recharging capabilities, and throws in a small performance boost. It boasts up to 1020 lumens using the included rechargeable 18650 battery. The S2R has an aerospace grade aluminum body with a multi-function side switch and blue anodized accents on the head and around the button. The tail on the S2R Baton has a powerful magnet and it comes with a removable pocket clip. Includes a lanyard, pouch, magnetic charging cable, and a customized rechargeable 3200mAh 3.6V 18650 battery.

Mode: Output / Runtime
  • Turbo: 1020~500 lumens / 2+190 minutes
  • High: 500 lumens / 200 minutes
  • Medium: 120 lumens / 13 hours
  • Low: 12 lumens / 120 hours
  • Moon: 0.5 lumens / 60 days
  • Strobe: 10HZ

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Great light
The light is incredible I can see like it's day time and the low mode allows you read something without killing your night vision the magnetic tailcap comes in handy and the charging system is great. The one downside of this light is that until you're used to it the own off button can be difficult to find it's the only reason this light doesn't have five stars for me but if you're looking for EDC light with the brightest possible output in the smallest package without spending a crapload of money on batteries this will be the light for you practice using it and you'll get over the switch issue