TrustFire recommends the use of TrustFire-brand batteries in TrustFire illumination tools. for TrustFire products without designated batteries TrustFire recommends the use of Panasonic, Duracell, and Energizer batteries. Trademarks of companies herein are mentioned for identification purposes only and are the property of their respective companies. TrustFire performance claims are based on the use of batteries that initially ship with TrustFire illumination tools or herein recommended. Failure to follow the instructions below may cause damage to your TrustFire illumination tool, and greatly reduce its runtime and output performance, which may also void the 3-year warranty promised by TrustFire.

Do's & Don'ts for Battery Handling

Do follow the terminal signs indicated on the TrustFire illumination tool to insert accordingly the positive(+) and negative(-) terminals of the battery.

Do replace all used batteries with new batteries of the size and type specified in the operating instructions.

Do use only the charger provided with the TrustFire illumination tool for charging the rechargeable batteries.

Do have the TrustFire rechargeable batteries fully charged before long time storage, which is recommended to be repeated every 6 months during the storage

Do have the batteries removed to be kept in a cool and dry place at room temperature.

Do keep batteries away from children at all times.

•Don't use any inferior/counterfeit batteries, and for consideration of your safety, TrustFire recommends using TrustFire branded batteries purchased from when using TrustFire lighting tools.

•Don't put loose batteries in your pocket or purse together with any metal objects, as this may short-circuit the battery.

•Don't store batteries with hazardous or combustible material.

•Don't use batteries specifically advertised for use in cameras, photography, or other low output devices in the TrustFire illumination tool, which may constitute a safety hazard, including the risk of fire or explosion.

•Don't try to charge disposable batteries as this may result in rupture and leakage of the batteries.

•Don't dispose of the battery in a fire, as this may cause the battery to rupture or leak.

•Don't put out batteries on fire with water but use a fire extinguisher instead.