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Manker MK35 1.42km 2550 lumen XHP35 HI LED search light with batteries

Regular Price: $319.95

Special Price $279.95

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $319.95

Special Price $279.95


675g, 2550 Lumens, 504,100cd: Manker have taken the latest long range CREE XHP35 HI LED and powered it with four 18650 batteries in a massive smooth reflector to create one of the longest range LED lights in existence. The smart side switch features battery level indication and the light can be locked out. 2550 lumens with a massive 1420m beam distance! Available in Cool White and Neutral White!


  • Emitter: Cree XHP35 HI LED (CW and NW for your choice)
  • Maximum output: 2550 lumens for CW version (NW version output is about 20% less than CW)
  • Maximum beam intensity: 504100cd
  • Maximum beam distance: 1420 meteres
  • Working voltage: 11.2v - 16.8v (Overdischarge protection)
  • Driver: Most efficient constant current circuit
  • Powered by 4 X 18650 batteries (Batteries Included)
  • Material: Aircraft-grad aluminium body
  • Surface treatment: Premium Type III hard-anodised antiabrasive finish
  • Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
  • Waterproof Standard: IPX-8 (under water 2meters)
  • Impact resistance: 1.5meters
  • Tail stands

Output and runtime:

  • Moonlight: 0.1-5 lumens 1500 hours
  • Low: 47 lumens 76 hours
  • Medium 1: 136 lumens 21 hours , Medium 2: 700lumens 7 hours
  • High: 1600 lumens 2.5hours
  • Turbo: 2550 lumens (2550 lumens lasts 15 minutes then stepdown to 1600 lumens) 2.5hours
  • Strobe: 2550 lumens


  • Length: 188mm
  • Head Diameter: 86mm
  • Weight: 675 gram (without battery)


Manker 3400 mAh* 4 x 18650 Batteries, O-ring *1, Lanyard *1, User manual *1, Holster *1

  1. Manker MK35 review by Michael Harrington on 25/06/2018

    A chunky thrower that makes no apologies for its bulk. Side by side with the Acebeam K70, the Manker more than holds its own, and mine is the neutral white version. At 150M the spots of the two lights are near identical, with the Manker having, if anything, a smoother transition to the spill. The neutral white XHP35 renders warm colours nicely. 400M+ is no worries for this light.
    A few specks of dust were apparent on the smooth reflector. The user interface is a little unusual compared with its peers, but not hard to learn. The single button is a little bit fiddly, but easy enough to find in darkness. The supplied lanyard is an absolute joke, if you like to use a lanyard, go for a decent aftermarket one. Overall, a very good effort from Manker.

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