Acebeam X70

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

The X70 is Acebeam's newest Searchlight. Powered by a built-in rechargeable battery pack with eight high-drain 18650 cells, the X70 uses one Cree XHP35 HI LED and 12 Cree XHP70.2 LEDs to produce an exceptionally long, bright beam with a remarkable peak output of 60,000 lumens and a beam distance of 1115 meters (over 1km) to eradicate darkness.

The light cab be used in either of two modes: Eco - five brightness levels from 625 to 35,000 lumens; or Power - five levels brightness levels from 625 to 60,000 lumens. (The Ultra-Low mode with 625 lumens even can be maintained for 24 hours.) Eco is the default mode, and every 10-times click the side switch is to cycle between Eco and Power: Twice beam flicker goes to Eco, while Triple beam flicker goes to Power. Both modes include a 10,000-lumen strobe for self-defense or signaling.

It comes with a removable handle equipped with a cooling fan powered by its own 18650 battery (separate from the batteries that power the LEDs) which helps with heat dispersion automatically.

On/off and brightness level are controlled by a single push-button switch just below the light's head. The light and the cooling fan each have their own battery power indicator lights.

The rechargeable function makes X70 much more convenient. It can be charged by the equipped AC charger or DC car charger. The charging status can be easily known from the built-in LED charging indicator. The X70 can be recharged with 2.5 Ampere, which makes that the battery pack can be charged in about 3 hours.   

The Type III anodized-aluminum housing is designed to withstand accidental immersion as deep as 10 meters, though the X70 is not a dive light and should not be turned on or off underwater. Its prodigious output is efficiently conveyed by a smooth reflector and a tempered glass lens with an anti-reflective coating that delivers a 98.3% light transmission rate.

Concluding, this light is bizarre and groundbreaking. The ACEBEAM X70 meets the requirements for outdoor searching; farming; rescuing; camping; self-defence and any other great outdoors events or activities you feel would take advantage of the incredible throw this torch has!



Leave your comment

12/12/2018 2:47 PM
Mrs Esme Coetzee

Question: How do I charge the one 18650 battery that powered the cooling fan ?

1/25/2019 1:57 PM
Reply to Mrs Esme Coetzee

Created on: 12/12/2018 2:47 PM
Mrs Esme Coetzee
Question: How do I charge the one 18650 battery that powered the cooling fan ?


Hello Mrs Esme Coetzee,

Thanks for contacting ACEBEAM. You can charge the 18650 battery by the battery charger.

Best Regards;

5/2/2019 3:48 PM
Acebaem X70 replacement battery pack

Question: When is a replacement battery pack for the X70 available?

5/23/2019 6:15 PM
Baddest light ever

I am a flashlight junkie!!!!!
Until I bought the K70 and the H30
I thought I had bright lights.
These are the Mac Daddies of all !!!!!!
Super Bad !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

back to top