The T10 XP-L flashlight adopts a latest CREE XP-L V6 LED to make max output up to 252 lumens.
Features and Specifications
Cree XP-L V6 LED with a lifespan of 20+ years of run time.
Uses one 1.2V AA battery (not included).
Max output: 252 lumens with XP-L V6.
Working voltage: 0.9V-4.2V.
Output & Runtime (Tested with 1*1.2V AA Battery):
-Firefly (0.2 lumens /240 hours),
-Low (13 lumens /40 hours),
-High (252 lumens /1.5 hours).
Peak beam intensity: 1062cd.
- Max beam distance: 65 meters.
Reverse polarity protection design to protect from improper battery installation.
Tail-switch and twisting head design.
Aircraft-grade aluminum body with premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.
Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating.
OP reflector gives perfect flood.
Removable pocket clip for easy to use.
Stand on tail to serve as a candle, with the wand covered on the head.
- Waterproof: IPX-8 (2M).
- Impact resistance: 1 meter.
Size: 90mm (Length) x 18.6mm (Diameter).
Weight: only 32g (without battery).
- Accessories: Spare O-ring x 1, Pocket Clip x 1, Diffuser x 1.
Press down and release the tail-switch to turn the flashlight on/off .
1.Switch ON: Press the tail cap button down completely until a “click” sound is heard and flashlight turns on.
2.Switch OFF: Press the tail cap button down until a “click” sound is heard and the light is turned off.
You also could turn the head loose a bit to turn the light off from on.
Method1: Half press the tail switch when the light is on to circle through firefly, low and high.
Method 2: When the light is on, loosen the head a bit until the light turns off and tighten it in 2 seconds to change modes.
Method 3: Click the tail switch to change modes (Interval between two clicks should be less than 2 seconds)
Memory function is activated after 2 seconds from the light turned off.Turn on the light after 2 seconds,
the mode output keeps the same as your last use.
Nice, bright, well-built
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Feb 2017
This little flashlight is amazingly bright for a standard AA battery! The Firefly mode is plenty bright for when I get up in the middle of the night, but dim enough to no bother anyone else. I sometimes hesitate on the switch accidentally when I intend to turn it on or off, and that switches the mode. I wish this only worked by clicking it off then on, so the mode would only switch when I intend. That's the only negative thing I found. Well built, easier to use and more reliable than the AAA flashlight I bought, which didn't have a click switch.
Thrunite T10 XP-L NW
Posted by Private Light on 25th Jan 2017
I just received my T10 in Neutral white. I absolutely love it. It has a ton of flood, great user interface. The color seems nice and warm. I don't have a problem with the clip, seems fine to me. I have many EDC and bigger flashlights. I also carry an Olight S10 L2 which I do love, but this T10 will definitely have a place in my pocket. Seems very well built and compact. Much more compact than the 1A V3 which is also a great light with better throw than the T10, but I don't like the high ride pocket clip and the length seems a little too long as something in that length I might carry an 18650 instead...
Thrunite T10 XP-L 252
Posted by Angry on 2nd Jan 2017
Bought the Thrunite T10 as a replacement for my Streamlight Microstream. The Microstream only has one mode of 45 lumens for a maximum of 2.25 hours, and a week pocket clip that is easily lost. The T10 is the exact same length, but only slightly larger in diameter. The T10 is a far more useful light. I seldom need the full 252 lumens, but its nice to know it is available if needed. (I was disappointed when I read the owners manual warning to limit maximum run time to 10 minutes to prevent overheating, and damage.) I bought this light because of the "low" setting run time. I do wish it was slightly higher than just 13 lumens, but that is okay for 85% of tasks that I need it for. I would sacrifice a little battery run time for about 20-25 lumens instead. The firefly is useful for walking around the house and not waking others up. The pocket clip seems much more durable than the Microstream. The click operation is quickly mastered and is not the problem for me that others have described. The rubber boot on the tail click switch seems like it would tear easily. No replacement is provided. The biggest problem with this light is that I cannot find it anywhere but on line. This light deserves to be sold everywhere.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Nov 2016
Why no usable medium mode? Whatever gives 4-5 hours would make this the perfect edc, and by edc I don't mean a survival backpack loaded with stuff, I mean for doing my job, and low mode should be at least bright enough to read in the dark rather than strain your eyes trying to see. 5-10 Lumens?
What are people at in the dark where they're worried about their night vision anyway? Humans don't have night vision worthy of mention, that's why we carry flashlights.
Makes no practical sense to have these useless modes. I would buy multiple if the modes were useful.
Wonderful little flashlight
Posted by Rick on 28th Oct 2016
Wonderful little flashlight. It has a relatively “floody” beam (due to the shallow reflector and a relatively large “hotspot” (due to the XP-L LED). These are both highly preferable features for a small everyday carry light that will be used over short to moderate distances in which, for example, you want to evenly illuminate a wall in a storage shed or light up a campsite area (at short range, the uneven light of “throwers” is not nearly as useful).
It only has 3 settings: 1) Moonlight -- great for middle of the night in the house, 2) Low -- perfect for a walk at night to see close range and minimally interfere with your night vision (Note there is no Medium, but if there is only to be one middle mode I prefer the Low), and 3) a High that is remarkably bright for a single NiMH AA battery.
The NW (neutral white) tint gives beautiful color rendition of leaves and flowers (or wire color codes if you are fixing something electrical) and is easy on the eyes (which some reviewers mistake for less light produced). If you want that “pierce the night” effect of CW (cool white), then go with the CW option, but the NW is a very nice color balance.
I like that this light is so small and light and inexpensive. If you want a heftier light with better heat dissipation (important if you want to run a light on a 14500 lithium ion battery) and a defensive bezel get the Archer 1A V3 which has the same nice LED and is designed to support both AA and 14500 batteries.
Everyone needs a thrunite!!
Posted by william kenimer on 14th Oct 2016
The thrunite t10 is a great little light..it's made of high quality aluminum body with hard anodized ccoating for toughness and lightweight so it virtually disappears in your pocket...the end of the bezel has been left a shiny uncoated look so you can slide the included diffuser/wand that comes included in the package which can be used for camping ..power outage or just lighting your way while walking the dog..it has an well crafted orange peel reflector which gives you a nice wide evenly dispersed beam of light it has a moonlight mode which can be used as to not kill night vision when reading a map or looking at directions or just not to disturb others around you..it's thirteen lumens are very good for any general purposes and when you need it it's 252 lumens will light your way with an explosion of perfect light..all this with only 1 aa battery!!...if you want a bright lightweight flashlight that won't let you down this is it.
Exactly what I've been looking for
Posted by JD Sullivan on 7th Oct 2016
I have a lot of flashlights, but I was still looking for this one. Three modes, well spaced, no blinky modes, mode memory, and very dim low mode. Perfect for what I need it for.
Great little pocket light
Posted by Unknown on 6th Oct 2016
This flashlight is great. Easy to switch between the 3 modes, which are space well. The firefly mode is great for reading things up close at night, the low mode is perfect for everyday around the house use, and the high mode covers everything else.
Great build quality, easy to use, clips well into my pocket and the price is right. It's exactly what I was looking for.
Posted by OnePhoton on 6th Oct 2016
This is a near perfect EDC flashlight. The size is great for light and unobtrusive carry - not much bigger than many far less powerful AAA lights. Fit and finish are excellent for the price point and overall quality is great. My only dislike is the reverse clicky tail switch. If this flashlight had a forward clicky with momentary function it would be superb in my opinion. I understand the reverse clicky enables mode change through the tail switch, but this could still be done through turning the head, as now. The three output levels are nicely spaced and I love the inclusion of the moonlight level. The clip is a little weak, but suffices. Overall a truly great little light though a forward clicky tail switch would make it perfect for many like me who dislike and don't usually purchase reverse clicky designs.
Just the right size
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jul 2016
This light is perfect, It uses one AA battery, easily carried and comes with a nice white cone accessory snoot that is perfect for lighting up a darkened room or directing traffic around a hazardous incident. I have added it to my everyday carry items. It is suprisingly bright, so it makes a great defensive light for blinding attackers too.
Posted by Unknown on 1st May 2016
Had been wanting a small AA LED flashlight. Ran across the ThruNite brand. They are a little pricey, but looked like what I was looking for. My order arrived promptly. The packing wasn't so good...the tin container the product ships in was dented. The light inside was fine.
The switch was a bit intermittent at first. After operating it a few times, it seemed to clean up. Otherwise, it works as advertised.
Don't know if I will use "firefly" mode much. Would have preferred Low/Medium/High. Some people have criticized the clip. Not sure why. It seems fine, although the light is small enough that I just put it in a pocket.
As far as battery life and reliabilty, time will tell. The thruNite seems well made, so I am not expecting a problem with reliability. SInce it uses a AA battery, they will be easy enough to replace.