West Haven, CT
Love this EDC.
March 19, 2020
I love this Olight S2A baton EDC rechargeable. The square knurled body makes for a firm no slip grip that feels perfect in your hand. I bought this EDC to replace one that I had for many years, with a few requirements, multiple brightness settings, rechargeable, and most importantly clip into the "watch pocket" of my jeans. The experts at Battery Junction recommended the S2A baton, and they were right. Since I use my light almost daily, will be my new favorite EDC for years to come. Thanks Battery Junction Team.
Poor Picket Clip
January 27, 2020
Great small flashlight, however, the pocket clip catches on everything. Unfortunately the clip got caught on my car seat and broke.
New favorite EDC flashlight
January 7, 2020
Everyone tells me that I own a ridiculous number of flashlights. I do. I just can't resist the attraction of something new and "better". I always have a smallish light in my pocket or in a holster on my belt. The Olight S2R II has replaced my Olight S15 and my Nightcore MT10A as the one I pick out most often as part of my EDC load-out. It's brighter, runs longer, and the new knurling feels more stable in my hand. The clip makes it easy to index the single button. The battery indicator is a plus, but I must admit that with the magnetic charger being so easy to use, I never let the battery run down. I might have to give away my old EDCs so they'll get used.
lady lake, FL
Olight's S2R II, powerful and more portable.
December 29, 2019
If you don't have the room for Olights M2R, the S2R II is a good choice. It has OLight's magnetic charging system, and four light out put settings. This is simple a very good light.
August 11, 2019
One of the best EDC of mine, beam is bright and wide.
August 11, 2019
I own roughly 30 flashlights....this S2R is my favorite. If you're a flashoholic then I highly recommend this one. Great all around light.
By Pete S.
Perfect Size, Compact!!
July 5, 2019
Used for work this torch is small enough to fit comfortably in my pocket without the bulk and weight of other torches I've used. Just slightly bigger than the 18650 battery! The low setting is perfect for identifying part numbers without blinding you, while the medium and high settings will light up a large area (my entire back yard!). Throws a nice, broad beam while still concentrated. Not a flood by any means, but a little less concentrated than the S3R which is a more focused beam (but larger as a result). One of my colleagues bought the S3R and we did a quick comparison: I'm glad I got to compare and definitely prefer the S2RII (the S2RII is also brighter in "turbo" than the S3R) Appears very durable, It's already been dropped and banged around a bit. Comes with two strong belt clips, very nice quality clips. Strong base magnet able to support in any position. There is an LED battery life indicator in the function switch. Have used for 2.5 weeks on the first charge and stilling running strong and showing green on the indicator. Charging is simple through the magnetic base charger. This is my new favorite every-day-carry, excellent addition to my tool box!
Smallest 18650 on the market?
March 24, 2019
If you like to EDC an 18650 this might be the light for you. To my knowledge it's the most pocketable 18650 on the market (much better than my Fenix PD35 and about the same as my Fenix PD25). The magnetic base and charger work very well and I really like that concept. The light has more spill than throw which is fine for an EDC to me. The only con that I would list is that I wish this had the same tail cap as the M2R Warrior so you could click it on with the tail switch.
SOUTH WEBER, UT
Great Upgrade Of a Great Light
December 26, 2018
Olight is my favorite flashlight brand, and the Olight S2R is my favorite Olight for hiking, but now I have the S2R II which is even better! I like the way the big hex head has been trimmed down, making it more sleek, and more comfortable to carry in the pocket. Even without that, it still doesn't roll away on the table, and the power button is easier to find in the dark. Much more grippy knurling, similar to the S1 is a welcome change. The black anodized finish is more like a satin than a flat black, making it nicer looking. A more flat black than this would be appropriate for a tactical light, which this isn't anyway. The tail magnet holds it to a vertical surface without slipping, so I can work on my car. The S2R II is also quite compact for an 18650 powered light. I also like its range of outputs, which includes the magic "400 lumens for 4 hours" setting. Very practical for evening walks and hikes.
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