Imalent DM70 (4500 lumens)

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The Imalent DM70 is a rechargeable flashlight that is small in size but excellent in performance. This compact body is only 115 mm long and has a maximum output of 4,500 lumens and a beam distance of 306 meters. It uses a micro USB rechargeable 21700 lithium-ion battery. Includes a magnetic tail cap that releases your hands to work. In addition, the indicator light on the switch shows real-time battery status, 5 output levels and strobe mode for everyday use, outdoor activities and maintenance work.

Product Features

  • Use oneCREE XHP70 second generation LED. It has a life of up to 50,000 hours and a maximum output of 4,500 lumens.
  • Thanks to the integrated clip and magnetic tail cap, the DM70 is ideal for hiking, activities, machine maintenance and other activities where conventional lights fail.
  • Built-in a micro USB rechargeable 21700 lithium-ion battery
  • Sleep tightness: Our DM70 will glow red to help you fall asleep. Emission of red spectrum light in the 590~610 nm wavelength range can help your body produce more melatonin, giving you a feeling of relaxation and help you get deeper and better sleep.
  • Candle function
  • Product size: 115 (length) * 33 (head diameter) * 25.6 (diameter) mm
  • Net weight: 87g / 160g (with battery)
  • High efficiency constant power circuit will maintain constant brightness
  • Built-in thermal control module automatically adjusts brightness output according to working status and external temperature
  • Combined with toughened ultra-transparent mineral and anti-reflective coating glass
  • Aluminum OP reflector
  • Aviation grade aluminum alloy body, wear-resistant type III hard anodized surface treatment
  • IPX-8 standard waterproof (2m submersible)
  • 1.5 meters impact resistance

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Customer Reviews

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Jackie Palmieri

I bought this flashlight for my partner as an anniversary gift. It’s a great light, but It has a habit of turning on way too easily in the sheath and without him knowing it. He wore it on his gear belt yesterday, in the sheath it came with, to go fishing for the day. He was also wearing a fishing vest and was quite bulked up. After a few hours of fishing he noticed a burn smell and started searching his person, only to find that the flashlight had, in the sheath, turned on to the highest setting and melted right through the top of the sheath. The flashlight itself was probably over 100 degrees Fahrenheit and still burning hot when he brought it home to show me over an hour later. I would post a picture of the sheath if I could. This is a serious manufacturing flaw. Thank goodness my partner has a sense of smell (his father does not) and got to the flashlight before something more serious happened.