Sunwayman is introducing a state-of-the-art, new flashlight that will have users excited to put it into action. Its got a very unique design of two LEDs placed one on top of the other, for a sleek and a compact appearance. The lumen outputs for the D20A are (white LED): 258 lumens for Turbo; 208 lumens for High; 70 lumens for Medium; and 4 lumens for Low. The white LED's additional modes are a strobe and an SOS. For the D20A's red light feature, the lumen outputs are: 23 lumens for High; 10 lumens for Medium; and 4 lumens for Low. There are two extra modes available, a police strobe and a slow flash. The run times for the white LED are: 2.3h for the High mode, 9.3h for the Medium mode, and 60h for the Low mode.
A distinct advantage that the D20A has over other flashlights in its class is its power switch feature; this is unique because it is a two-button system located on the body of the flashlight, easy-to-push, and one button is slightly recessed in comparison to the other button, in order for the user to swiftly access any on/off and mode-changing capabilities when utilizing the flashlight. The D20A has two LEDs--one red and one white--as its light source; the white LED is a CREE XP-G2 R5, and the red LED is a CREE XP-E P2 LED. The major material used to create this flashlight is aerospace-grade aluminum alloy, which is achieved through a process of electrocuting the metal, in this case aluminum, with a current so that it becomes more resistant to damage and other external factors; this process is called hard-anodization, and because of it, the aluminum is strengthened, and its color can be altered, so it is more pleasing to the user. The lens of glass has been made much stronger by tempering it (white LED); whereas the red LED's lens is crafted from resin. The metal reflector on the white LED is simply superb in terms of its quality. Another advantage that this flashlight has over competitors is that its battery source is two AA batteries, that could be either an alkaline primary, or a Ni-MH (nickel-metal-hydride) rechargeable cell. This is great because, in general, AA batteries are inexpensive and are easy to obtain. It should be mentioned that when changing batteries on the D20A, the tailcap spins and locks in order for this to happen.
The IPX rating on the Sunwayman D20A is a full 8, meaning that the D20A can be soaked in up to 2m of water and it will still operate properly. The Candela rate/peak beam intensity is 4,000cd. The standby current is <100μA, while the working voltage is 0.9~3V. The impact resistance is 2m, and the beam/throw distance in High mode is 126m, while in Low mode, it is 10m. The warranty is Sunwayman's 15-day free repair and replacement/two-year free repair/limited lifetime maintenance warranty. There are a couple of accessories that go along with this flashlight, including a lanyard and one spare O-ring. The pocket clip is removable, so the D20A is designed to be used in a one-handed fashion, so if, for example, you are carrying equipment in one hand, in the other, you can carry the D20A without worrying that you're going to drop it; it will continue to rest comfortably in your hand. The D20A can also stand freely at any angle, whether turned on its side, or propped on its tailcap--now, when you're working, whether it's inside or it's outside, your light will easily show its reliability and its functionality!