Super Narrow Spot Beam - Very narrow spot beam with a maximum beam distance of 1014 metres. Enough side spill to see on the sides as well. The Acebeam K65 Flashlight lets you see everything in mid to long range.
Rechargeable batteries - TheAcebeam K65 FlashlightComboincludes 4 X Acebeam high-drain 3 100mAh protected lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. - The batteries have to be removed from the torch to charge in the included i4 charger, that connects to a wall outlet or a car lighter socket.
Single Side Switch - All function are accessed from a single side switch for easy one-handed operation.
Active Thermal Protection - Active temperature control that enhances constant brightness.
LEDs: 1 X CREE XHP70.2 LED with a lifespan of 50 000 hours
Working Voltage: 12V to 16.8V
Waterproof: IPX8 standard 2M
Dimensions: 190mm (length) x 90mm (head dia) x 53mm (body dia)
Weight: 660g without battery.
Materials: Aircraft grade aluminum body structure.
Anodizing: Premium type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish.
Lens: Ultra-clear tempered glass lens with anti-reflective coating.
Reflector: Smooth reflector for max light output
PCB: Intelligent highly efficient circuit board design for max performance and maximum run times
Beam Distance Metres
3 Min + 1.2 Hour
- This flashlight will become very hot at maximum output, and must be carefully handled to avoid burns. - The extreme output can cause injury to human or animal eyes - do not look at the lens while activating or direct the beam towards any person or animal. - Keep out of reach of children.
1 x K65 flashlight 1 x Holster 1 x Lanyard 2 x Spare O-rings 1 x Spare rubber cap 1 x Warranty card 1 x User manual 1 x Car & Wall Nitecore Charger 4 x 18650 Batteries
Would you recommend the Acebeam K65 for wildlife viewing or is the spot beam to narrow?
The Acebeam K65's main focus is as a distance orientated torch, so it would depend on terrain as well as intention. So if it is open grasslands where penetration of light is not a massive issue, the K65 will give you great distance and allow you to pick up eyes much further away. Dense thickets and riverbeds, stuff closer to the vehicle, would be better suited to a wider light like the X80. So yes, we do recommend it, it depends on your use.