Thrunite T10 II 160lm In-depth review, Pros and Cons

Cree XP-G2 LED
160 lm output
1160 cd intensity
1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery

The Thrunite T10 II (T10II) released in 2019. It uses Cree XP-G2 LED, OP reflector and 1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery. The powerful emitter in this flashlight provides up to 160 lm output, 1160 cd intensity, and a beam distance of 68 m.

The T10 II is a powerful and reliable flashlight. With its impressive illumination capabilities and durable construction, it serves as an exceptional lighting tool for various situations and environments. This light has 4 modes of lighting. This flashlight does not have memory function. It has a strobe function, which is one of the most effective self defense tools available.

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Thrunite T10 II (T10II) specifications

NameT10 II
Rated 4/5 based on 1285 user votes.

Flashlights are compact and lightweight, making them highly portable. They can easily fit into pockets, backpacks, or glove compartments, allowing you to carry them wherever you go.


Weight40 g
Length87 mm
Body diameter19 mm
Head diameter19 mm
Materialaluminium alloy with HAIII hard-anodized finish

This 40 g flashlight would generally be considered lightweight and easy to handle for most people. The length of a flashlight can affect how it feels in your hand and how you can grip and maneuver it. A longer flashlight may provide a more substantial grip, making it easier to hold and control, especially if you have larger hands. Aluminium body of T10 II is known for its durability and strength. It offers excellent resistance to impacts, scratches, and corrosion, making it suitable for rugged outdoor use or in demanding environments.

The body of T10 II flashlight treated with a Type III hard-anodized, anti-abrasive finish. The T10 II flashlight is available in black.


EmitterCree XP-G2 LED
Color temperature5000 K, 6500 K
Lenstoughtened AR coated glass
Switchelectronic side

The emitter of T10 II manufactured by Cree, a US-based LED manufacturing company. Cree is a well-regarded LED manufacturer known for its high-quality products and innovation in the lighting industry. Color temperature is a characteristic of light. It is measured in units called Kelvin (K) and is used to quantify the color appearance of light sources, particularly white light. The T10 II has an orange peel (OP) textured reflector. Orange peel reflectors have smoother beams.

This flashlight has an AR coated lens. This Anti-Reflective coating is a thin optical coating applied to the surface of the lens to minimize reflections and improve light transmission. The T10 II utilizes electronic switch. Electronic switches on flashlights provide a range of advantages and additional features compared to mechanical switches.


Flux160 lm
Intensity1160 cd
Throw68 m
CD/LM factor7.25

160 lm can provide a decent amount of brightness and be suitable for many everyday tasks, it may not be sufficient for certain scenarios or individuals with specific requirements. 1160 cd can provide a reasonable level of luminous intensity for many everyday lighting tasks. The throw is the calculated distance in meters at which the flashlight produces a light intensity of 0.25 lux. The cd/lm factor (candela-to-lumen ratio) provides information about how concentrated or focused the light output of a light source is. A higher cd/lm ratio indicates that the light is more concentrated in a specific direction, while a lower ratio indicates a more diffused or spread-out light output.


Modes4 modes
Mode memoryno
Ramping modeno

Modes on a flashlight refer to different output settings or levels of brightness that can be selected to suit different needs and preferences. The T10 II is tactical strobe ready. The strobe light is disorienting to the person it is aimed at which makes it difficult for them to concentrate.


Battery1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery
Battery indicatorno
Charger portno
Thermal regulationno

The Thrunite T10 II flashlight is powered by 1 x 14500 Li-Ion battery. The T10 II cannot charge batteries directly. You may need an external charger to keep your battery going. A protected battery is recommended as the light itself does not have low voltage protection (LVP). This light does not have temperature control feature. The "8" in the IPx8 rating indicates the highest level of protection against water ingress. The T10 II is magnetic so that the flashlight can be attached to some metallic surfaces.


Package contentsclip
spare o-ring

With a clip, you can securely fasten the flashlight to a reachable location, ensuring it is easily accessible whenever you need it. Having spare O-rings allows you to replace them as needed, ensuring that the flashlight maintains its water-tight seal and remains protected from moisture or water ingress.

The performance of the Thrunite T10 II flashlight is measured according to the ANSI / NEMA FL1 Standard 30 seconds after switching the light on. The ANSI/NEMA FL1 2009 Standard is a set of flashlight performance guidelines.

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