Angel C Pocket LED TorchesRated 4/5 based on 1 reviews.
Throw: 60 metres
Beam Type: Reflector - spot surrounded by flood
Length: 89 mm
Length: 89 mm
Beam Type: Reflector – Spot surrounded by flood
Sixty metres of throw from something the size of your finger or a lipstick? What’s not to like! Amazingly compact package, the Angel C LED torch still packs enough punch to clear a room or find your dog. Favoured as a backup by tactical members, primary for undercover, licencing, used by nurses, mothers, dog walkers, etc. A real surprise package.
Light Output and Beam Pattern
The Angel C LED Torch has a reflector head which puts out a beam which can reach 60 metres with spot and surrounding flood. The Angel C has four levels of light, high beam, medium, low and strobe.
The Angel C has a very light weight alloy body, with low heatsinking, reflective of it’s role. This keeps it light in your pocket.
Regulation in a torch is when the torch increases the amperage coming from the battery as the voltage decreases (which happens naturally as the battery flattens) to keep the power to the LED consistent, this stops the LED from dimming – The Wolf Eyes Angel C LED Torch is regulated
Utilising a much smaller battery than the standard LRB168A of most Wolf Eyes, the LRB 16340 still provides lithium ion benefits and is rechargeable. Like all Wolf Eyes batteries it is protected for your safety. Also the Angel C can utilise a CR123A battery.
Works till -20o C, how cold do you usually want to work?
Australian Approved Charger
The Australian Approved charger supplied the Angel C means it is not dangerous to use and also that all insurances apply
Supported in Australia via a full range of spares and also with a 1300 911 007 number for issues.
Video of the Wolf Eyes Angel C beamshot
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Good performance - Small SizeBy: Timothy Satterly on 2 June 2015I have had the Wolf-Eyes Angel C for a year now, and am very impressed with the results. I was looking for a small, very bright torch to go alongside my pocketknife, and it has performed marvellously. It is smaller than many other 'pocket flashlights', but packs the wallop of a much larger 'tactical torch'. As a firefighter, I have had it in my bunker gear through a number of incidents, without any issue. Fierce heat, pouring rain, it works all the time. As a security guard, I have carried it numerous times where a larger searchlight was not available, or not appropriate, and it performs excellently. It is worth noting, however, that the battery life on high beam is fairly short (as mentioned in the brochure) and it is well worth it to purchase rechargeable batteries.