The ZebraLight SC600w has a Neutral White LED, which differs from the Cool White of the SC600. The SC600w is a powerful flashlight with 645 max lumens from one 18650 rechargeable battery (not included). It has three selectable modes and each mode can be configured to one of the two sub-levels. This EDC friendly light has a removable pocket clip and lanyard ring.
Step regulation: High steps down to the user selected Med or Med steps down to the user selected Low when battery capacity (not necessary the voltage) is low
Built-in over-discharging protection with 2.7V cutoff
Side click electronic soft-touch switch
Smart user interface provides fast and easy access to all brightness levels
Precision machined unibody casing from premium grade Alcoa aluminum bar stock
Proprietary heat sinking design bonds the LED board directly to the unibody aluminum casing, providing unblocked thermal paths to most of the surface area.
Durable natural hard anodized finish (Type III Class I)
Ultra clear lens with anti-reflection coatings on both sides
Orange peel textured reflector
Battery power can be locked out by slightly unscrewing the tailcap to prevent unwanted activations or parasitic drain
Waterproof to IPX8 (2 meters, 30 minutes)
Levels of Output:
High: H1 430 lumens (2 hrs) with 645 lumens Turbo in the first 5 minutes; H2 172 lumens (5.9 hrs) / 284 lumens (3 hrs) / 430 lumens (2.1 hrs) / 4Hz Strobe
Medium: M1 56 lumens (18 hrs); M2 18 lumens (50 hrs)
Low: L1 2.4 lumens (280 hrs); L2 0.09 lumens (80 days)
LED: Cree XM-L Neutral White (norminal CCT 4200K)
Beam Type: 80 degree spill beam spread; 10 degree hot spot
Overall Length: 4.21" (107 mm)
Bezel Diameter: 1.18" (30 mm)
Diameter: 1.00" (25.4 mm)
Weight: 2.95 oz. (87.2 grams) with clip, w/out battery
One 18650 size (up to 67mm long) 3.6/3.7V Li-ion rechargeable battery. Batteries are not included.
Voltage Range: 2.7V - 4.2V
Included Accessories: Two o-rings.
Runtimes are tested using Panasonic NCR18650 (2900mAH) batteries. Light output are out the front (OTF) values. All levels are current regulated.
Information from ZebraLight