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Olight Warrior X – The Best Olight Tactical Flashlight Ever!

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The Warrior X is for sale Dec. 14-17th 35% off! Get the bundle including the magnetic remote switch for only $9.99 more!

Site Wide Olight Sale: Dec. 14th-17th EST
1.Warrior X 35%OFF
2.PL-2 40% OFF
3.S1 MINI 45% OFF, M1T 40% OFF
4.The other is 20% to 35% OFF
5.Order over $99, receive a free I1R; over $159, receive a free M1T; over $259, receive a free S1R; over $399, receive a free S30RIII

The Olight Warrior X is the first flashlight of its size to combine 2000 lumens , a 560 meter throw and a 2 meter drop rating in a single flashlight. It is also the first ever tactical flashlight to offer a magnetic remote tail switch for use as a weapon mounted light. They also have a new offset mount system that works with any Picatinny rail and holds any 1” flashlight securely in place. You can even get red or green filters for the Warrior X. This thing rocks!

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22 thoughts on “Olight Warrior X – The Best Olight Tactical Flashlight Ever!

  1. From when thrunite is making magnetic chargers for olight(4:54 in the movie)?
    How this vibration of low battery work when flashlight is mounted on riffle?
    One more thing.
    About “stock in metric system” 10 seconds before you said something about 2 METERS drop test. We are not stock in metric but US is stock in imperial. Any definitions of imperial measure is translation from metric.

    1. Thanks. So I had a doofus moment in this video and I’m deleting it and re-uploading it. Just wanted to let you know to avoid confusion.

  2. I once made an assault twelve gauge cane for a retired secret service agent with a bad limp because she had been shot and stabbed in her service. It was a very nice cane. She loved it.

    1. Thanks. So I had a doofus moment in this video and I’m deleting it and re-uploading it. Just wanted to let you know to avoid confusion.

  3. What civilian really needs an assault flashlight? And did you say it had a high capacity battery? We really need to look at limiting the use of assault flashlights.

    1. Thanks. So I had a doofus moment in this video and I’m deleting it and re-uploading it. Just wanted to let you know to avoid confusion.

    1. Thanks. So I had a doofus moment in this video and I’m deleting it and re-uploading it. Just wanted to let you know to avoid confusion.

  4. Good fair and detailed review. If I received it for free I would probably like this light as well. But, for the price of the light and the necessary accessories I would expect this light to also cook my breakfast. Maybe I just object to companies using the word “tactical” to sell products. It seems they want us believe this word gives these products magical properties.

    1. Survival On Purpose Silly me, I completely missed your “doofus moment”. In any event, I thought it was a good review.

    2. Thanks. So I had a doofus moment in this video and I’m deleting it and re-uploading it. Just wanted to let you know to avoid confusion.

    3. Survival On Purpose “tactical” is a much over used word that is primarily used to sell product and/or puff-up egos.
      There are several flashlights that have similar power and better battery life (with off the shelf batteries) for sale at True Value or Home Depot that don’t cost $150+. Just because similar products are similarly priced does not mean the price is justified by quality or usefulness. I would need to know the profit margin to truly determine if the price was justified. Having said that, before I spend $100+ on a product it must fulfill a specific NEED that a less expensive and decent quality product will not satisfy.
      A light on a firearm makes a great target IMHO. If there is not enough ambient light to see affectively perhaps discharging a firearm is not your best choice. Perhaps cover or concealment would be a better choice. The operative word in self-defense is defense, not offense. 9-1-1 activates the offensive team.
      But, personal opinions aside, your review of this expensive light was accurate, detailed, and fair.

    4. In this case I think the word is applicable. And the price is in line with many other weapon mountable lights. It is just another good choice for those who want or need a really solid light like this.

    1. Thanks. So I had a doofus moment in this video and I’m deleting it and re-uploading it. Just wanted to let you know to avoid confusion.

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