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Olight Launches New
SR50 Intimidator

Newest Olight boasts compact size; 800 lumen output from a Luminus SST-50 LED

Olight Technology Co., Limited Press Release - 11/14/2010

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SR50 Intimidator

SR50 Intimidator

SHENZHEN, China - Building on the success of the M31 Triton, Olight introduces their newest SST-50 powered LED flashlight - the SR50 Intimidator. With a compact form factor for easy carry and grip, the SR51 Intimidator is capable of illuminating targets up to 800 meters away and offers two intensity levels and a strobe setting for maximum flexibility.


LED: Luminus SST-50
Materials: Aircraft grade aluminum with black type III hard anodized finish.

Output and runtime:

High mode: 800 Lumens / 1.5 Hours,
Low mode: 200 Lumens / 10 Hours
Strobe: 10 Hz / 3 Hours


Length: 185mm / 7.28"
Bezel diameter: 63mm / 2.48"
Weight: 396g / 13.97oz (Excluding batteries)
Battery: 6 x CR123A batteries
Accessories: Includes one holster, one lanyard, two o-ring, one operator's manual
Color: Black


Max output 800 Lumens
Two brightness levels and strobe mode
Smooth reflector offers max 700 Meters long throw
Excellent tridimensional heat dissipation ability
Easy touching side switch for turning on/off the light and transferring modes
Access to strobe directly
Auto-memorize level used last time.
Mil-spec: MIL-STD-810F
Highly water resistant to IPX-8
Anti-shattering ultra clear lens, anti-scratching, anti-slip function.
Tough and rugged body with noblest knurling offering firmly grip
Stand firmly on tail for releasing your hand when in illumination.
Relatively portable size for easy carry and grip with super power


Presses the side button switch to active the lights.

A fast double press will active 10Hz strobe.

Press and hold the side switch for 3 seconds will transfer the mode.


The light will memorize illumination mode automatically. When turning on, the light will automatically enter into the illumination mode you use before. But if the last mode is strobe, when turning on, the light will automatically enter into the illumination mode before strobe.

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