Klarus G30 - 2450 Lumens

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Utilizing the latest CREE MT-G2 LED with a max output of 2450 lumens, the Klarus G30 is truly impressive. Klarus has developed a compact and highly efficient handheld spotlight. It has two mode switches, one on the side and one on the back, to allow the user to control the flashlight from multiple hand positions, adding increased versatility. You can instantly go to Turbo mode or Moonlight mode with a single press of a button, which is ideal for emergency use. With six different lighting modes including two flashing modes (Strobe and SOS) making this an incredible versatile flashlight ready for any situation professional, emergency, or leisure.

It has a battery capacity indicator on the side mode button, a smart temperature control system which protects the LED and internal components, and it is designed ergonomically for prolonged use. It is made of aircraft grade aluminum with military III hard anodic oxidation for durability and has a tempered glass lens with AR film plating making the lens scratch resistant. For safety, it has reverse-battery protection that prevents damage to both the flashlight and the battery if the battery is inserted the wrong way. Batteries sold seperately.

Features:

  • Uses a CREE MT-G2 LED that has a maximum output of 2450 lumens and a maximum runtime of 260 hours
  • Has a dual switch design for convenient and easy operation - the tail switch and side switch are controlled separately although either can be used to turn ON and OFF the flashlight or change modes
  • Has 6 lighting modes:
    • Turbo (2450 lumens) - 1 hour 40 minute runtime
    • High (900 lumens) - 5 hour 40 minute runtime
    • Medium (300 lumens) - 18 hour 55 minute runtime
    • Low (15 lumens) - 260 hour runtime
    • Strobe (2450 lumens)
    • SOS (900 lumens)
  • Has instant access to Turbo or Moonlight mode with just a single press, ideal for emergency use
  • The side switch has a specially designed lock function to prevent accidental illumination
  • Has a battery capacity indicator display allowing the user to control the usage according to the remaining charge
  • Has reverse-battery protection which prevents damage to both the flashlight and the battery
  • Is constructed with aircraft grade aluminum, Military III hard anodic oxidation making the flashlight scratch resistant, wear resistant, and impact resistant up to 1 meter
  • Has a tempered glass lens with AR film plating that is durable and scratch resistant
  • Has a designed reflector that provides both focused and floodlight, offering the perfect spot illumination
  • Has a maximum beam distance of 220 meters
  • Is waterproof to IPX-8 standard (submersible up to 2 meters)
  • Has a 5 year Klarus warranty

Included Accessories:

  • One lanyard
  • One O-ring


• Utilizes CREE MT-G2 LED for a maximum output of 2450 lumens

• Battery: 3x 18650 ( Do not use CR123A or 16340 batteries)

• Size: 134mm(5.27")(Length)*47.5mm(1.87")(Head Diameter)*47.5mm(1.87")(Body Diameter)

• Net Weight:280g (without batteries)

• Working voltage: 7.5-12.6V

• Lens: Toughened ultra-clear tempered glass, scratch-resistant and wear-resistant

• Material: Aircraft grade aluminum, Military III hard anodic oxidation

• Body colour: Black

• Main Light has 4 lighting modes and 2 flashing modes

• Water proof: IPX-8 for use in adverse weather conditions

Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:

Real Search Tool

Product Reviews:
The Klarus G30 got used for a two-and-a-half-hour search looking for a lost dog tonight on and around a 550 acre property and some adjoining state land.
Open fields, heavily forested sections, and ravines where you REALLY want to know your footing!

The conditions were terrible, icy freezing rain, gusty wind, about 30 degrees temps, just wet and miserable.
I think the light took it better than my wife who was using it.

As a tool being used under real (harsh) conditions, the G30 was FANTASTIC!

I had cautioned my wife to set it to Mode 3 (900 Lumens/5hr 40min) for most of the search to make the batteries last, and showed her how to "flash"it up to Mode 4 (2450 Lumens/1hr 40min) by pressing and holding the tail-switch as needed. Judging by battery remaining, she made judicious use of both modes.

According to the battery charger afterwards she had gone through roughly 70% of the available battery power so we probably could have rounded out at a full three hours of search time before we'd have needed spares or a recharge. Close inspection of the interior showed no signs of water intrusion even though the buttons had been operated repeatedly while the light was literally dripping with water.

A fun light to have, and a QUALITY TOOL when you need it.