Modlite OKW-18650 Light Package, Black

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This light package contains a OKW light head, 18650 body and tail cap. It also includes a single KeepPower 3500mAh 18650 battery and a XTAR MC2 charger. While lumen output is only 680 lumen the throw is about 400% greater than the M600DF.  This light head is best suited for situations where extreme throw is needed.

If you’re on the fence about which light head to purchase we recommend the PLHv2 light package which is available here.

Features

  • Made in the USA
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Approximately 680 out the front lumens and candela is approximately 69,000. It is an excellent overall light head good for indoor or outdoor use
  • Drivers are fully potted and tested to withstand select fire SCAR 17 recoil
  • 6061 Series Alum bezel with Mil-Spec Hard Anodizing
  • Ultra clear BOROFLOAT® lens allows 98-99% light transmittance

Dimensions

  • Length w/ Clicky tailcap: 5 1/2″ / 140mm
  • Head Diameter: 1 3/16″ / 30.16mm
  • Weight: 5.4oz (w/ tail cap and battery)

Lithium CR123 cells are not supported and if used will cause the cells to heat up and possibly explode or catch fire. We recommend the Modlite 18650 high drain cells which can be found here. Runtime is about 75 minutes with the supplied 18650 cells.

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Tailcap & Charger Options

Modlite Clicky Tailcap & Charger, Remove Clicky Tailcap Only, Remove Clicky Tailcap & Charger

3 reviews for Modlite OKW-18650 Light Package, Black

  1. Gregg Dorsett (verified owner)

    The OKW fills a solid need in a light that punches through the dark on those situations where distance is pushing your lesser lamps to past usefulness. Modlite’s modular platform allows the use of heads on WML and handheld bodies. Using the modular body allows batteries to be used in either WML or handheld. All the lumens!!

  2. Ryan Robicheaux

    I ordered the PLHv2, and here’s what I’ve learned.
    This thing lights up the area like the second coming of Jesus.

    Bottom Line Up Front, if an ACOG user:
    While that is a good thing in many instances, be advised that it is not the greatest of finds on a weapon that is utilized with a standard ACOG 4×32 or 3×30 optic.
    I had specifically *not* ordered the OKW because of the reports for how mind-blowingly bright it was, especially given the ACOG(s) I may pair it with.
    Well, even the PLHv2 overpowers a standard ACOG that does not utilize a battery powered illumination source. If using an ACOG, re-eval your setup.

    The Good News: If you are running an Aimpoint PRO/COMP M4, an EoTech 512/similar, or a LPVO with illumination, then this thing is where it’s at.
    Running a Sig Tango6 1-6x, for instance, I can see very far and the dot can be dialed up unobtrusively yet effectively enough to compensate for the brightness.
    In fact, with any natively battery powered illuminated optic, magnified or not, I would say the OKW would still be a great option as well depending upon your local or perceived engagement distance needs.
    *Tip: Use the batteries they suggest. Don’t cheap out on sub-par or non-recommended power sources.

    So, which one – PLHv2, or OKW?
    Both. Just get both. Toss on a low profile mount, pair each with the right optic and weapon for your needs, and get to work.
    Buy once, cry once. These things are solid.

  3. Robert Neville (verified owner)

    Compared to a CD OWL,

    the throw? phenomenally better
    the spread? as much as the OWL
    realestate taken up? right up to the handguard with an arisaka offset mount

    Overall its great, it feels good, it looks good, it mounts great, it performs great, nothing but good things to say, if youre considering it, just order the thing, you wont be disappointed.

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