The Javelot Turbo is a dual-switch LED flashlight upgraded from Javelot Pro. Most of the great features of Javelot Pro are still there, including the throw, convenient side switch, integrated replaceable battery pack, power level indicator, and the 63mm bezel diameter. There are some new upgrades. The beam distance has been furthered from 1,080 to 1,300 meters. The two 5000mAh 21700 battery pack replaces the previous two 3500mAh 18650 battery pack. The signature 3-in-1 tail switch has been raised a little, just like that of Odin, to enable a more smooth tactical operation. As a result, now you can charge the product via a normal MCC3 charging cable, or lock it up with a ROD remote pressure switch. For sure, the Javelot Turbo is one of Olight’s best illumination tool for hunting or search and rescue.
Question 1: Why does my flashlight turn dim automatically?
Answer 1: There are two situations that flashlight will turn dim automatically. The first one is when the temperature is higher than the preset, the brightness will be reduced automatically. Also, If the battery power is low, the brightness will be reduced automatically.
Question 2: Are battery packs of javelot turobo and javelot Pro interchangeable?
Answer 2: Unfortunately they are not.
Question 3: What are the advantages of Javelot Turbo comparing with Javelot Pro?
Answer 3: The beam distance has been furthered from 1080 to 1300 meters. The two 5000mAh 21700 battery pack replaces the previous two 3500mAh 18650 battery，which allows longer runtime. Last but not least, Javelot turbo is more reliable with a magnetic lock tail.
Question 4: How do I determine the remaining battery power of the product?
Answer 4: The indicator at the center of the side switch clearly displays the batter life with a green（>60%）, orange(10%~60%), or red color(5%~10%).
Question 5: What is the effect of ambient temperature on the use of flashlight？
Answer 5: When the ambient temperature is below 0 ℃, the maximum brightness is limited to 500 lm. You can preheat the flashlight to avoid the maximum brightness limitation.