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OLIGHT X7R Flashlight and 4 Ways I Would Use It |12,000 Lumens of POWER

This thing is a beast of a light. I mean 12,000 lumens – what more do I need to say? In this video I want to show you 4 ways I would use this light and hopefully this will help you decide if this is a good fit for any of your emergency/survival systems – check it out!

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8 thoughts on “OLIGHT X7R Flashlight and 4 Ways I Would Use It |12,000 Lumens of POWER

  1. The sensor in front of the light is called a “Proximity Sensor”. It’s not a motion sensor just to be clear. The XR7 does have a motion sensor, however it’s built in the body..

  2. that is a beast of a light!! if I had that light I’d use it as an emergency light for lighting up the common areas of my apartment building or parking lot if the power goes out, to help others see their way around

  3. Fantastic light! This light would fall under my search/rescue list and/or emergencies. The price of course reflects the good quality and huge output.

  4. What a beast!  Unfortunately a beast of a price as well but still a pretty cool flashlight.  I work as a school caretaker, so in the winter I open up/lockup the school in the dark and it is a big site, so for me it would be awesome to have one.  Cheers Alan

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