It is the second purchase since Synergy2 BFG.
The Synergy 1.5 fits nicely in your hand.
There is more than enough light even with 4 AA batteries.
I am also very happy with the runtime.
Excellent cost performance.
I wanted the 1 lumen moon mode.
I look forward to your next light.
Thoroughly enjoying this little torch. Its form factor is very pocketable, and has made a home of the fob pocket of my jeans and moleskins, and rides with me daily. The deep, machined texture on top and bottom offers excellent grip without being aggressively abrassive on palm or pocket, and the anodised finish on the sides is silky smooth. Adjustable pocket clip is a nice touch for finding the right balance of security and accessibility for your needs. The clicky button interface is crisp and snappy, cycling modes is a breeze. With a nice, wide flat base, this thing is a very stable tail stander. As a light, Moonlight mode is sufficient for navigating indoors at night without offending light sleepers, and the high mode offers plenty of oomf to light up your evening walks on poorly lit trails or footpaths, and medium will meet all your needs in between those scenarios. Its no weapons grade lumen launcher, but it doesn't need to be. No risk of burning a literal hole in your pocket with this one. Just a very useful light, you'll be happy to lug around. I know I am. 5/5 Stars.
I was able to experience the high quality the moment I opened the box and picked it up.
I think it was designed with attention to detail.
The brightness gradation is more user friendly and satisfying compared to the Synergy1.
It also stands out from the crowd as very few people in Japan own Frelux items.
I truly love the design of Frelux.
Now I can't wait for the next model.
The synergy and synergy 1.5 are game changing. One of the best designs I've ever experienced and I definitely have my fair share of flashlights.
The light is elegant in design, comfortable to hold, easy to use, admits of one-handed and ski-gloved use in a way no twisty or tail-clicky could, and tailstands like no other pocketable light. The beam quality is superior. The exterior is sober and discreet, and, though I’m no expert, from what I can tell the machining is equally superior. Beyond the light proper, there is so much good to say about Ben. His responsiveness by email, amid the demands of a one-person production run of 300 lights, and his willingness to build the light with an alternate emitter — in fact, to propose an alternate — simply because I asked, reflect a care in the making of things that on its own warrants giving him your business. Years ago I spent far more than I’d expected to on a new pair of eyeglass frames. I’ve worn those frames every day for more than twenty-one years. Twenty years from now, with luck, I’ll still be reading, cooking, and walking the hills with this Synergy 1.5.