I bought the Lumintop tool from BangGood. Here’s the purchase link and a coupon code: SH6%OFF
I dediced that I needed a thin and small clicky light that I could clip to my belt or to my belt line when I don’t want to have anything in my pockets, that’s why I bought this light.
The light is available in different versions, made out of titanium, copper and aluminium. There is a different version of this light that includes a magnetic tailcap without the clicky switch. Also, the light is available in an XP-G2 or Nichia NW emitter. I got the XP-G2 version.
There’s some knurling on the body and the head. The clip rests on the head, so to maintain the anodization I recommend to unscrew the tailcap to remove the battery. The clip is reversible, so you can attach it on a baseball hat.
In the pics above, you can see a regular sign, like a deep scratch on the head. It is present on all the way around on my sample.
The user interface is simple.
There is a mechanical switch at the tailcap. Press it to turn the light on and off.
When the light is on, half press will cycle through the modes (medium, low, high, in loop), without memory.
If you want, you can use the light as a twisty light. Since the threads are anodized, just click the switch on and then use the light as a twisty.
There is a different version of this light that includes a magnetic tailcap without the clicky switch. If you replace the clicky tailcap with the magnetic one, the Tool will become a twisty light: fully tighten the head to turn the light on, and quickly untwist-twist the light to change levels (medium, low, high, in loop), without memory.
Beamshot at 0.5 meters from the wall
There is not much to say about this light. Apart from that scratch, the light is well built.
UI and regulation are ok.
Apart from that, I needed a small AAA light with a clicky switch, and I got it. It doesn’t suck either that the pill can be removed unscrewing it and modding is easy.
For better suiting my needs, I’d like to have memory mode and the clip to rest only on the body and be much more longer (allowing deep pocket carry).
Thanks to: AntoLed for the camera and the luxmeter.