SS-A100 Flashlight – Review

Today we are reviewing the SS-A100 950 Lumen Flashlight. Kick back and enjoy.

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SS-A100 CREE/XM-T6 8W 950LM 3 Mode Focus Flashlight
Black in color

Smile Shark – ???

950 Lumens on the highest setting
I couldn’t find any information on the low setting but it is at least half of the max setting.

Strobe is very bright

Focus able bean which I use more than I expected.

I have had at least and I mean at LEAST 60 hours worth of trail time with this light and I love it.

For me, this is one of the best hiking lights that I have used in a very long time. It’s so bright that it literally illuminates everything!

When it comes to durability, I have accidentally dropped it 3.5 ft onto crushed gravel and there were no issues.

I have also carried this light in numerous rains; incredibly heavy rain to light drizzle.

Again no issues.
I wouldn’t toss this into a river or body of water though and honestly, I wouldn’t do that with any flashlight.

This light runs on two different types of batteries;

1- 18650
or 3-AA.

Do yourself a favor, order some cheap 18650 batteries and enjoy!

When it comes to battery life, I consider it to be very good.
One 1 TangsFire 3600 mAh battery I’m getting around 3 – 4 hours of burn time on the highest setting.

When I go out for a night hike, I will typically bring along a back up fully charged 18650 battery and I’m set.

Key Features Flashlight
Model SS – A100
Emitter Type CREE / XM – T6
Brightness 950 Lumens
Power 8W
Bulb Quantity 1
Light Color White
LED Lifespan 100, 000 hours
Modes 3
Mode Arrangement Hi – Lo – Strobe
Lighting Distance 500 m
Battery Configuration 1 x 18650 or 3 x AA batteries
Input Voltage 3.6 – 4.2V
Runtime 2 – 4 hours
Switch Type Clicky / Clickie
Switch Location Tail – cap
Lens Convex Lens
Special Features Zoomable
Material Aluminum
Color Black
Dimensions 5.31″ x 1.37″ x 1.10″ / (13.5 x 3.5 x 2.8) cm (L x Head Dia.x Body Dia.)
Weight 162g / 5.71oz empty 6.9oz with 18650 battery


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