The camo on that Warrior looks sweet!!
Had 2 Olight's in the early days before predominantly using Fenix.Unfortunately, all the lights that interest me now from Olight use custom 21700 or 18650, which is a deal breaker for me.Nice collection though.
It is about the battery potentially no longer being available. I have multiple lights using 18650 and 21700, and they all run using standard versions.
Very nice!I have a green Warrior X Pro and a Coyote Warrior X Turbo... THROW MONSTERS!
I bought a heap of olights in 2017 and already they have stopped making and selling proprietary batteries for three of them, I recently bought a few warrior minis one of which is my most used light, but if they stop making replacement batteries for that anytime soon I won’t buy another olight and will stick to fenix.
I have many Olights and bought some on almost every flash sale for the past 2 years or so. I have given several as gifts and sold many into the secondary market.The company has done a good job of marketing and many folks have bought way more than they need in order to get free items with the idea that reselling will compensate for the original purchases. This is maybe true sometimes but comes with some of its own hassels. Some just collecting 10 versions of the same light in different colours. I dont think this business model is sustainable.The quality is good but in the end of the day most folks just need/want a few reliable lights when needed and not have to order an expensive proprietary battery, although the usb charging system is quite handy.I remember as a kid running to the 'junk' drawer to find a flashlight when the power went out only to find the old 2 D cell virtually dead. I wont have that problem any more.
Could not agree more. The small AAA and AA version are nice and I have plenty of them but its unfortunate that the cannot tail stand.