I’m back after a long break, caused by the fact I just moved on another continent, presenting some gear that has piled up on me over the time waiting to be tested and reviewed.
In fact, I’ve received and have been working on more than just the things I mention in the video. So we’ve got the SCHF 42D, SCHF 43 or the Jessica X, the Ka-Bar, two folders from Cold Steel – Finn Wolf and Mini AK-47d, a Black Leatherman Wave with extra bits and extension, Victorinox SwissChamp, Thrunite Ti4 and two waist bags from a Polish company Baribal – http://baribalpoland.pl/en/
But let’s do one thing at a time. Today we’ll have a look at the SCHF 42D.
Steel – 1095 high carbon
Scales – Brownish plastic
Full tang construction
Weight – 260 g (9.1 oz)
Blade length – 5″ (12.5 cm)
Blade thickness – 4.8 mm
LED: Cree XP-G2 R5 LED with a lifespan of 20+years of run time.
Battery: 1 AAA battery
Dimesion: 70mm(length) 14mm(head diameter)
Weight: 12 gram without battery.
Reflector: OP Reflector
Aircraft quality aluminum body structure.
Premium Type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish.
Waterproof to IPX-8 standard.
Convenient twist switch.
Output and run time: Firefly: 0.04 Lm(115h), Low: 12 Lm(6.3h), High: 120Lm(0.5h), Strobe:120Lm(1 hour)
One handed operation.
First, I thought my Chinese Ultrafire Mini Cree torch was small
Then, I bought an Olight S10. And considered it small
But then, I got a Thrunite Ti3 🙂
Low price and good quality
Powerful for such a small flashlight
Removable pocket clip that can be used to attach the flashlight to a hat
Powered by a cheap and readily available AAA battery
Very small and lightweight
Three reasonably spaced out outputs
No buttons means you practically can’t occidentally switch it on
Waterproof (to a degree)
Rather complicated mode memory
Too well hidden strobe
Very yellow light that seems dimmer than is supposed to be