Acebeam E75 USB Rechargeable Flashlight Review

Today I’m reviewing the Acebeam E75. Stick around for this one….because I think you’ll like it!

Before I begin, I just want to say a few words about Acebeam. I’ve done a few reviews of their lights before, and they’re fast becoming a major player in the industry. Since 2014 they’ve been producing high-power portable lighting products and have earned their place next to the top dogs of flashlight innovation.

Focussing on the E75, you should know it comes in a couple of different options.

The E75 is available in 2 LED variations.

The light featured in this review, has 3 NEUTRAL WHITE LEDs. You can also choose a COOL WHITE version. 

The version I have here has a max output of 3000 lumens. The maximum output of the COOL WHITE version is 4500 lumens. 

The light I have here is black. It’s also available in grey, teal, or green. 

Acebeam E75

Acebeam E75

The Whole Package

Because the E75 is a medium-size flashlight, it comes packaged in a medium-size box!

To keep it company are the standard accessories.

  • A lanyard
  • A USB-C charging cable
  • A 21700 rechargeable lithium battery
  • A user manual
  • A spare USB-port cover
  • Spare O-rings

Acebeam E75 package contents


  • Length/Height; 5.1″

    Acebeam E75 w/battery

    The perfect pair!

  • Head width; 1.3″
  • Weight (w/battery); 7.64 oz
  • LED; 4x (high) CRI90 519A
  • Impact resistant; 1.5 meters
  • Waterproof; IP68 (submersible to 2 meters)
  • Powered by 1 – 21700 lithium battery


  • Mode memory
  • Electronic (power) side switch w/batt voltage warning & charging indicator
  • 6 constant lighting modes, plus strobe
  • Tempered glass – AR coated scratch resistant lens
  • Premium HA III – hard anodized, anti abrasive body
  • Magnetic tailcap
  • Sturdy two-way body clip
  • Highly efficient constant current circuit for unwavering output

Modes and Output

The LEDs -view #1

LED's in the Acebeam E75

The LEDs – view #2








6 main levels of output to satisfy any lighting requirement.

  • Moonlight; 1 lumen – 26 days
  • Low; 30 lumens – 2 days
  • Medium1 – 150 lumens – 16 hrs
  • Medium2 – 450 lumens – 4 hrs 40 mins
  • High – 1000 lumens~150 lumens – 105 mins~1 hr
  • Turbo – 3000 lumens~1000 lumens~150 lumens – 1 min~100 mins~1 hr

Acebeam E75 Operation

Acebeam E75 indicator LEDs

Indicators show the light is on

Acebeam E75 charging

The charging indicators











Operation of the Acebeam E75 via the side-switch is not unlike most other lights that utilize a similar switch.

Giving it a short press will activate it, and another short press will turn it off.

Press and hold to advance the modes.

Moonlight is hidden.

To activate it, press and hold while it’s off.

Turbo is hidden.

To activate it, click twice either while off or on.

Strobe is hidden.

Click 3 times, from off or on. A short click while activated will return to the previous mode.

Lock it Out

If need you need to lock the switch, press and hold while it’s off. Keep holding for about 5 seconds. Moonlight will activate, then flash…indicating it’s officially locked.

Repeat the process to return it to active operation.

Magnetic Base

Acebeam E75 has a magnetic base

Magnetic base

As the headline says….the base of the light is magnetic. A very STRONG magnetic field I might add! But it needs to be to support the size and weight of the flashlight.


You might be as surprised as I was to see what happens when you switch it on for the first time. Placed around the switch are FOUR LED indicators which come to life each time it’s turned on, and when the USB charger is connected.

If the power is above 20%, they’ll be green. When low, they’ll be flashing red, which is also what happens while charging.

Acebeam E75 Beam Pics



Acebeam E75 on high




Acebeam E75 on high


Acebeam E75 on turbo









Acebeam E75 on turbo



Acebeam E75 on turbo
















Let’s Sum it Up

So, from what you’ve seen here so far, you’ve summed up the features and are considering the Acebeam E75 as your next flashlight.

To me that’s a wise move because this light has a lot to offer. And if you take into account the choices it comes in, as I outlined in the opening, then there’s even MORE to offer.

Here though is what I would’ve suggested had I been part of the design phase.

When the light is activated, all 4 of the green LEDs remain lit constantly. I would’ve suggested they either dim after a minute, or they indicate battery voltage, where all 4 would only be lit if power was above 80%…OR, that they indicate which one of the 4 main modes it’s currently on. But, I digress.

Pay close attention to the modes and susequent runtime. 3000 lumens is only supposed to be available for about 60 seconds before stepping down to 1000. This is typical for flashlights of this size.

Because of its width, the E75 is good in the hand. And once it’s on you’ll DEFINITELY have no problem locating the switch in the dark!

Don’t forget, a 5000mAh 21700 battery comes with it, which can be charged inside the light.

I’m partial to warmer tints, so this neutral white was just right for me. As noted, the cool white version is 1,500 lumens brighter, which is nothing to sneeze at, but 3000 lumens, even if only for 1 minute at a time can get you through any kind of darkness.

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