Half a Mile of Light! Thrunite’s Catapult V6 Flashlight Review by Deuce

The Catapult V6 is capable of shining a light almost a half a mile away but can you use something like that? Lets find out in the testing.
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James Healy says:

I believe the reason for the battery lasting longer in the air is temperature based. The water keeps it cool enough that it actually stays on full turbo where almost all modern torches will ramp down to deal with high temperatures, even if they don’t advertise it as such. As for this light specifically, I don’t like that I can see circuit board through the charging port and as you said, very throwy lights are highly use-case dependent. Thanks for the video.

rezdog187 says:

My olight will beat up your weak thrunight!

Bill23799 says:

Is THIS a Catapult or is it a Batapult ?


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tom lewis says:

Does this flashlight drop down from turbo by itself. (When it gets hot)

Oshi maida says:

Perhaps the water keeps it from stepping down so it burns out quicker.

Brian South says:

It’s because of the cold temperature in water

Tuna Fish says:

To much money for the regular person.

Brandon Johnson says:

Off topic I know, but how bout some new videos with your hi point 45? Maybe you can check out the flush mount magazines I’m seeing online. Also I’ve seen a mag release kit that allows you to use non modified 1911 magazines. just some suggestions.

Robert Kubrick says:

I have better lights for indoors but I wouldn’t hesitate to use this on 180lm setting. The battery life at that power is somewhat disappointing. I have 18650 lights that last nearly that long at that power.

Corey Massie says:

Haven’t had a deuce video in a while

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