|2||Lumintop Thor 2|
|LEP class||Class 3B|
|Distance / intensity||1800m / 769500cd|
The Lumintop Thor 2 with 1800 meters reach (769500 cd)
The Thor is a brand new flashlight and Lumintop’s entry into the LEP flashlight market. And I have to admit, it doesn’t look like any other LEP flashlight currently on the market. It doesn’t even resemble any other normal Lumintop flashlight on the market either. I have no idea where they got the design from, but at least it’s unique.
Besides its unique design, it’s also the first LEP flashlight with multiple body-color choices. Aside from the standard black coating, you can also choose between Sand and a Grey coating, and they even include a raw aluminum version as well.
Batteries and Charging
Lumintop’s choice for a 18350 (and 18650 with adapter) battery almost feels out of touch. Most manufacturers are using 21700’s these days. The reason for this is mainly a much higher capacity with only a slight increase in dimensions (18mm vs 21mm, and 65mm vs 70mm for the battery).
The 18650 adapter is optional.
Please take this lightly. LEP flashlights are not supposed to produce many lumens.
|Mode||Specs||after 30sec||At turn on|
|High||500 lumens||324 lumens||328 lumens|
Not reaching claimed lumens. But will it reach claimed intensity of 769,000?
Here are my throw numbers.
|Mode||Specs||Measured in candela||in meters||in yards|
|High||769,500 cd||888,000 cd||1,885||2,061|
|High (30m)||769,500 cd||891,000 cd||1,888 m||2,065 yards|
So, yes, it is able to throw farther than specs!
Here’s a runtime graph compared to other small LEP flashlights.
Interested in a copy?
Buy the Lumintop Thor 2
This is currently not available anymore, and has been replaced with the Lumintop Thor 2 v2. It is performing a bit worse though!
Buy Thor 2 v2 at Lumintop