- Performance Specifications
- Product Q&A
The Kodiak KRAKEN is an extremely bright, 4000 lumen rechargeable tactical flashlight. The internal 6000 mAh rechargeable battery powers the flashlight and also doubles as a power bank to charge your smartphone.
The Kodiak KRAKEN is rechargeable, durable, powerful and portable! It features 3 brightness modes with up to 7.5 hours of continuous runtime (Low Power Mode 200 Lumens).
The light beam is fully adjustable from narrow to very wide to suit your lighting needs.
The KRAKEN by Kodiak is water and impact resistant and is constructed of extremely tough aerospace aluminum for dependable performance in demanding conditions.
- 4 x 18650
- 6000 mAh
- High: 2 Hours
- Medium: 5 Hours
- Low: 7.5 Hours
- Brightness Modes
- High: 4000 Max Lumens
- Medium: 2000 Max Lumens
- Low: 200 Max Lumens
- Portable Power
- Voltage: 5.0v
- Input: 1.0A
- Output: 2.0A
- Charge to 100% 4 Hours
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Do you all sell the internal circuit board for the K-KRAKEN-4/8 rechargeable flashlight?
No, we do not.
I’m interested in purchasing this rechargeable flashlight. How do you recommend charging this flashlight? Can you leave it in the charger for long periods of time so it’s fully charged when needed? How long do you believe the battery life should last before replacing it?
Yes, you can leave it charged for extended periods although it's not necessary or recommended. Battery life and charge cycles varying to usage.
Does it come with batteries and charger cord
Yes. Everything is included.
How far does the max beam shine?
At least 1/4 mile
What kind of rechargeable battery is in, not only the Kodiak Kraken (which I'm considering purchasing), and the LiteZall 1000 lumen rechargeable (which I just recently purchased from a retailer you supply)?? Lithium-ion, like our smart phones? Or something else?
Hi. The 1000RFL uses an 18650 and the KRAKEN uses 4 18650. The 18650 is a lithium ion battery.
Can you purchase new batteries when the batteries in the flashlight no longer hold a charge?
How many battery's does it take, and can you use one with more mAH's
There are 2 internal batteries. Using different or higher mAh batteries will absolutely damage the flashlight and void the lifetime warranty.