Olight Seeker 3 Black Handheld Flashlight

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The Olight Seeker 3 Handheld Flashlight is paired with 4 high-performance LEDs to deliver a maximum output of 3,500 lumens and a 220-meter beam distance. The 21700 battery supports 2A charging with the MCC3 USB magnetic charging cable for a 3.5-hour charge time. The aerospace-grade aluminum alloy handles the occasional water immersion and hard impacts while the bamboo-like finger grooves give it a refreshing look and ergonomic grip.


  • Simple And Powerful: The Seeker 3 is the upgraded version of the Seeker 2 with a simplified design and higher lumen output. It delivers impressive performance up to 3,500 lumens and 220 meters.
  • Powerful 3,500 Lumens: The newly adopted 4 LEDs deliver a brighter beam, reaching up to 3,500 lumens.
  • Bamboo-like Design: The bamboo-like finger grooves are smooth and simple but give a firm and comfortable grip.
  • Faster Charging, Less Waiting: Charging time shortened by 2.5h than Seeker 2.
  • Easy To Carry: Easily slip it in a pocket or carry it with the lanyard.
  • Rugged Build: Aerospace-grade aluminum alloy body with IPX8 waterproof rating. Withstands corrosion, impact and water splash easily.

Lighting Levels:

  • Turbo: 3,500~1200~600 lumens
  • Run Time: 2.5+87+37 minutes
  • High: 1200~600~300 lumens
  • Run Time:96+37+9 minutes
  • Medium: 300 lumens
  • Run Time:9 hours
  • Low: 50 lumens
  • Run Time:47 hours
  • Moon: 5 lumens
  • Run Time:12 days


  • IPX8 Waterproof
  • Length: 5.04"
  • Head Diameter: 1.38"
  • Body Diameter: 1.08"
  • TIR Optic Lens
  • 3,500 Lumens Max
  • Side Switch Mode Operation
  • 220 Meters Beam Distance
  • 4 x High Performance LED
  • 12,100 cd Max Light Intensity
  • MCC3 USB Magnetic Charging Cable
  • Weight: 6.49oz (Including Battery)
  • Customized 3.6V 4000mAh 21700 Lithium-ion Battery

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.