Emitter: Cree XP-G3/Nichia 219C (CRI>90)
Maximum Beam Intensity: 800 cd
Maximum Beam Distance: 56.5 meters
Driver: Most efficiency constant current driver with a runtime up to 125 hours
Battery: Built-in polymer lithium battery
Material: Aluminum alloy
Water Proof: IPX-6
Impact Resistance: 2 Meters
Size: 53mm (Length) x 24mm (Width) x 13.5mm (Thickness)
Brightness Levels & Runtime:
- Moonlight 0.5lm 125hrs,
- Low 50lm 2.6hrs,
- High 130lm 0.9hrs,
- Turbo 300lm 0.8hrs,
- Strobe 300lm.
Memory function: Long press to get access to your last used mode.
Engineering Mode(Choose output level for Moonlight mode):
Long press for off and still hold on, the side button battery indicator will turn on and then quick click for 4 times to get access to engineering mode. One click to check different level and long press to make your final choice.
Charging indicator (switch button):
- Flash in blue: fast charging
- Constant light in blue: Trickle charging (overcharge protection function)
- Fully charge needs about 70 minutes from empty.
Low battery indication:
- You need to charge the LAD II if the light turns to red automatically.
Posted by john on 20th Jul 2019
the Lad 2 works much better than the first manker lad, is not aggravating in its operation of going thru different light types,from constant to flashing then thru the different flashing types . I would say that it is probably overpriced given that there are a bunch of good flashlights available in the 25.00 range However, Manker flashlights are very dependable. So, spend the 25.00 and get a dependable easy to operate 2nd generation Manker Lad 2
Posted by TomD on 9th Jul 2019
This little key chain light appears to be of high quality with an aluminum body. It's very bright for it's tiny size- 300 lumens! For the relatively low price this is a great value.
All prices are in USD.