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Default Review of the Aurora Ak-P7-5 LED Light

Packaging/First Impressions

The light came in a simple white cardboard box, that was put inside of that bubble-wrapped yellow packaging we all have come to love. I'm going to say right away, this is the highest quality light under $60 I have ever owned, as a first impression and thinking about it now. LINK






Compared to the Spiderfire P7 and 4D Maglite:





The light is thinner, longer, and heavier. The knurling is deep; so I can get a very good grip on it. The Aurora has a tailcap with the exact same diameter as the middle, so you can grip the whole light from right behind the head perfectly (good for larger hands). That, combined with the deep knurling, makes it really comfortable to hold. I'm giving it a 10/10 for design!

The textured reflector seems to be good (beamshots below), o-rings are thick and very waterproof, it uses my favorite clicky (a gold button on the inside, instead of a spring that drills holes in your battery), the LED is centered, and the threads are perfect and smooth after some lubing. The printing on both sides is also sharp.




Performance

I would call this a mid-range light. It throws better than any other P7 light I have, but P7's are never made for throw. It's not designed to be a flood light either, but the sheer amount of brightness gives it a great spill as well. What I really love about this light is the warmer tint. Not so warm that it appears yellow, but just enough tint to make it pleasing to look at and give it a higher CRI.

I measured this on the DMM, and the LED is pulling 3.4 amps. A little bit on the higher side, but not too bad. This thing is BRIGHT. The light gets very warm after a few minutes on high, very hot after 10. In the summer you'll have to give it a break, in the winter it will be great and work as a nice hand warmer, too. BEAMSHOT TIME!!

Spiderfire left, Aurora right:



Stepped down:





I shouldn't have to do this, but just in case some non-flashaholics come along and read this:



Ceiling bounce test for overall output. NOTE - Spider wasn't working well then, it should be about the same as the Aurora. Maglite:



Spiderfire:



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See a difference? That was when the Spider was being driven around 1.5A, for reference. Moving onto the great outdoors:

Location #1: Flood


These will be in order of apparent brightness.
Maglite focused for throw, then flood:




Spiderfire, low:



Aurora, low:



Spiderfire, high:



Aurora, high:




Location #2: throw
Sorry about the bush, and the blurriness on this one; it's hard to focus a camera on something that far away in pitch-black darkness.


Maglite, Flood then throw:




Spiderfire, low:



Aurora, low:



Spider, high:



Aurora, high:




Location #3: midrange
Where P7's excel


Control shot:



Sorry, no more controls. I forgot to take them while it was still day, lol. They might be up later.


Maglite, flood then throw:




Spiderfire, low:



Aurora, low:



Spiderfire, high:



Aurora, high:



Conclusion

Here's a quick summary:

Pros:
-Bright, and consistently bright
-Feels solid
-LED is centered
-Sharp printing
-I don't like flat heads, and the bezel on this one lets you know if the light is on when it's facing down
-Threads perfect after lube
-Really nice transition from hotspot to spill; no rings
-The general design and grip is fantastic
-Protruding clicky switch
-Deep knurling
-Dunk/splash proof
-Can I say, "feels solid" again? This thing is seriously the highest quality flashlight you can get from any DX brand light. There isn't a single flaw in the finish, and I've found that I prefer gray over tactical black.

Cons:
-LED pill won't unscrew
-The smallest bit of a donut in the beam, almost as if one die is brighter than the others. It's weird, but not very noticeable. You can see it if you stare at the white wall beamshot. I think a slightly more textured reflector would have been better.
-Some people prefer forward clicky, others like reverse. This is reverse.
-Gets hot. This is good, because it means good thermal contact, but bad, because too much heat is obviously not good for the P7.
-There is a lot of empty space around the reflector, which could have been used for more heatsinking. But then it might get too top heavy, so I'm not sure about this.
-It can't tailstand, but the easier to access switch more than makes up for it.
-No lanyard hole

Final thoughts:

Overall, a fantastic light and value. If you want the brightest you can get for $30, look no further! This doesn't get used much because I like my Spider better for several reasons: it's smaller, floodier, and it appears just as bright but is driven slightly less, so better runtimes. Although it's my secondary light of choice. Make sure you get the 2-mode though, because the 5-mode doesn't drive the LED nearly as well. Thanks for reading!


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Nice review random! I've had my AK for about 2 months now with no trouble at all from it. It's heavy, but built great IMO.
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Great review! Do you know if there are also affordable adjustable LED light to buy on DX?
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Wow. Thanks, just ordered one of these due to the review. (+1.) I've had a similar host SSC P7 light that didn't perform so well. (Black host vs silver.)

I'm a lways looking for brighter LED lights.. You say this is the top in the <$60 pricerange; would you have any recommendations that might be even brighter in the $60-$120 range?
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Great review! Do you know if there are also affordable adjustable LED light to buy on DX?
Just like a Maglite but with LED and cheaper
Look at the X-2000.


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Wow. Thanks, just ordered one of these due to the review. (+1.) I've had a similar host SSC P7 light that didn't perform so well. (Black host vs silver.)

I'm a lways looking for brighter LED lights.. You say this is the top in the <$60 pricerange; would you have any recommendations that might be even brighter in the $60-$120 range?
I meant top quality in DX lights in the <$60 range. At least as far as I know... The light seems like it couldn't get any better quality-wise. This one should be quite a bit brighter:

DealExtreme: $56.13 Romisen RC-T6 6*Cree Q4-WC 3-Mode 500-Lumen Mega LED Flashlight Black (1-4*CR123A/18650)

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Look at the X-2000.
Hah, that light was what led me into this deep pit of LEDs and lasers....My first encounter with real LEDs ;-)

x2000: cost is cheap, doesn't feel as hefty as you'd hope, but the flood is sooooo even, and the throw isn't half bad! Comes with a P4 binned emitter, last I checked. Kinda wish I still had it.

Nice review of the Aurora Ak P7. I ought to try out Aurora one of these days. It's nice to see a china light that actually bolts the star to the heatsink instead of putting a glob of glue on it and slapping the LED on it.
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Aryntha- I forgot about the Stanley HID, that's probably the brightest you can get.

Actually all of the P7 lights I've seen have bolted stars... But I do prefer the Spiderfire to this light, now that I've found out what was wrong with it.
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Default Re: Review of the Aurora Ak-P7-5 LED Light

Hey I also bought the Aurora Ak-P7-5 but I'm a bit disappointed with it. It's just not as bright as I thought it would be.
Here is a comparison to my small CR123a Trustfire TR-803, this one here: DealExtreme: $12.89 TrustFire TR-803 Cree Q5-WC 230-Lumen LED Flashlight (1*CR123A)



The spot of the P7 is the bigger and a bit brighter one:





So of course the P7 was on high mode and is brighter than that little light but still... I thought it would be a huge difference.
Do you guys think mine is "underspec" ?
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Hey I also bought the Aurora Ak-P7-5 but I'm a bit disappointed with it. It's just not as bright as I thought it would be.
Here is a comparison to my small CR123a Trustfire TR-803, this one here: DealExtreme: $12.89 TrustFire TR-803 Cree Q5-WC 230-Lumen LED Flashlight (1*CR123A)



The spot of the P7 is the bigger and a bit brighter one:





So of course the P7 was on high mode and is brighter than that little light but still... I thought it would be a huge difference.
Do you guys think mine is "underspec" ?
Do you have a multimeter to test the current with? All you need to do is set it to 10A, take the tailcap off your light, and put one lead on the battery and the other on the metal rim of the flashlight body. You should be getting a reading of around 3A.
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Can the Aurora be powered from a 12v switching power supply like this -
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I know I'm digging up an old post, but when I first read this weeks ago, I decided it was time to get one. It arrived today and all I can say is wow. We have an acre and a half of property and this lights up all of it from a single spot.

Best money I have spent on a flashlight yet. Good price and great performance.

Control Shot (Only light from some security lights a couple of houses away):


Coleman MAX CR2 with unknown Cree emitter:



P7 on High


I have a low shot as well, but will have to wait till tomorrow to get it posted.

VERY pleased with this light, and might not have purchased it if I hadn't read the original review.
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