|The Maelstrom MM-X has a maximum brightness|
of 900 lumens with Burst Mode!
Burst Mode is a really exciting new feature, replacing the standard Maximum Brightness setting. When turning the flashlight to Burst, the first 60 seconds of illumimation are 60-80% brighter (depending on model) than the standard maximum setting. Over the course the next 30 seconds, the flashlight ramps down to 50% of the initial brightness.
The brightness increase in Burst Mode pushes the LED to a very high level, and in order to keep it from overheating, it is only temporary (requiring the light to ramp down after 60 seconds). However, with this fairly drastic increase in brightness, similar runtimes are still achieved.
|The popular Quark QB2L-X also has Burst Mode,|
with a maximum brightness of 870 lumens.
The following flashlight models now come with Burst Mode (although more will in the future):
Maelstrom MM-X - Burst mode at 900 lumens
Quark QB2L-X - Burst mode at 870 lumens
Quark QP2L-X - Burst mode at 780 lumens
Quark QT2L-X - Burst mode at 780 lumens
If you're a FOURSEVENS fan, then you'll definitely want to check out these Burst Mode Flashlights. If you're been considering getting a high quality LED Flashlight, but have been holding out, getting a FOURSEVENS Flashlight with Burst Mode would be a great choice.
Have any of you had any experience with these new flashlights with Burst Mode? If so, let me know if the comments below.