Convoy L21B (XHP70.3 HI, 4000 Lumens) Flashlight Review: Best All-Rounder Budget Thrower?

The L21B is one of Convoy’s most popular flashlights, but lately, Simon’s released two new versions. There’s the SBT90.2 version, then there’s this one I decided on, the XHP70.3 HI version. I think this LED offers many benefits such as efficiency (5A), good throw, and lots of spill. Lots of beamshots included in my video. Watch to find out more.

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Convoy L21B – XHP 70.3HI Review:

General thoughts after a week of usage/size comparison/practicality/interesting things:
• The L21B now comes with two extra LED choices: the SBT90.2 and this one here, the XHP70.3HI. This one’s a bargain for the sheer amount of light and throw it produces.
• Comparison with other lights.

Overall Construction, LED, lens, bezel, and reflector
• That XHP70.3 HI is pretty large! Bigger die surface than SBT90.2.

UI – modes
• 12 mode selection UI.
• Half press to switch mode. 1-second memory mode which can be disabled.

Performance – total output, beam profile, longevity, practicality
• CCT, CRI, Ceiling bounce test
• Large, intense hotspot. Lots of spill. Some slight ringiness in the edges of the beam but not really noticeable.

Measured on 100% Mode
Measured on 35% Mode

• No onboard charging or battery included. You can add a battery on the Convoy shop for a few dollars.
• Head heavy due to large reflector. Large and will only fit in a jacket pocket if anything.
• No spring on head.

Perfect budget-friendly large thrower flashlight with a practical beam and spill. At $38, I wonder how they do it.

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