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Got my Olight M2R Pro, mine came with a faulty sheath.

Discussion in 'Flashlights & Other Illumination Devices' started by sarge1967, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. sarge1967

    sarge1967 Loaded Pockets

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    I recieved my Olight M2R Warrior Pro this weekend.
    Mine came with a faulty sheath. The clasp with not latch to keep it closed.
    I have seen another thread where someone's button on their sheath was faulty.

    I have emailed Olight USA to see how I need to handle this.
    Will keep you all informed.
     
  2. Donald

    Donald Loaded Pockets

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    I'm sure Olight will take care of you. You might need the strobe feature to get their attention. LOL. They also have a customer service telephone number. They have a live "show" on Fridays at 12:30pm on Facebook (Olightworld) and Instagram. I missed it today, but apparently they are doing another one on Monday 18 November 2019 same time/places to discuss upcoming Black Friday sale specials--Sean could sell us anything. You can always message in there if you have not gotten their attention.

    I always wondered whey they went for a front pressure button versus the squeeze the side type release fastener/buckle. Maybe easier to reinsert or perhaps they thought it more durable over time?Quieter?

    Good luck with getting a new sheath. Please let us know what happens.

    I like that now there is a hole in the top too. Makes it easier to discern if you have left your light on or it has come on inadvertently. I don't think the Pro has this issue, which is good considering the aggressive bezel, but I learned to insert my neutral white M2R Warrior in tactical ready position, i.e. tail cap up to keep it from depressing the tail switch and turning it on. I almost sent it back until I learned to do this--glad I didn't because I I really like the NW light. I had it come on a couple times when at a nighttime outdoor concert. Annoying, but I just turned it off. Later, I was sitting at the kitchen table and smelled something artificial burning. Went to the nearby a/c unit, nothing. Then I realized it was me, the M2R Warrior was melting the top of the sheath. I learned to carry it tail cap up and all was well--especially since they replaced the sheath.:) I saw a YouTube review of a Klarus flashlight, which had a proud tail cap along with their tail paddle switch, and the sheath had a cup built in.

    Anyway, although one can carefully insert the M2R Pro Warrior bezel down, I have had no problem with inserting this model tail cap switch down. I am also glad they have gotten back to a warmer tone, i.e. on the warmer side of the CW (cool white) spectrum. It makes perception easier and more accurate; and reduces atmospheric back-scatter now that it has a longer beam distance or throw.
     
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