|Lumintop Thor 5|
|Distance / intensity||1300m / 360,000 cd|
The Lumintop Thor 5
I currently own the Lumintop Thor 1, Thor 2, Thor 2 v2, and Thor 3. And they don’t really look alike, so it’s no surprise that the Thor 5 doesn’t look similar either. But this is their 4th LEP flashlight.
One of the major differences is its titanium body. And of course, with a totally new, and different design from the other Lumintop Thor flashlights. And I’m not 100% sure if this is a good thing. I personally like it when a certain series looks the same so you know what to expect. And that’s a total mystery each time Lumintop comes with a new LEP flashlight.
Batteries and Charging
Originally, they told me that the Thor 5 was going to accept 21700 batteries. But now, when it finally appeared online, it’s using a 18350 battery. That means about 1/5th of the runtime of a 21700 battery.
This is not a review, so I only share what I know. Lumintop claims a maximum output of 370 lumens. We know that most of these LEP flashlights aren’t reaching their claimed output.
This is not a problem, because LEP flashlights are about throw and not lumens.
Lumintop claimed a reach of up to 1200 meters (or 360,000 cd).
Lumintop Thor 5 specifications
|Mode||Lumens Specs||Runtime specs||Max intensity||Max distance|
|Low||50 lumens||2 hours||–||–|
|Med||370 lumens||5 minutes + 1 hour||360,000 cd||1200 meters|
For the rest, they say it has the following specifications:
- Impact resistance: 1m
- Waterproof: IPC8 (2 meter underwater)
- Size: 92mm
- Weight: 215 grams
- Material: Titanium
- Battery: 1* 18350 (not included)
Use the Lumintop Thor 5 Discount coupon
You can get 25% off using my discount coupon: 1lumenthor or use ND30F (limited quantity)