✔ Rethink Limitations

A Professional Rail-Mounted LEP Tactical Light.

✔ Revolutionary LEP Light Source

The Odin Turbo takes the lead to meet the Class 1 standard as an eye-safe LEP light, delivering a much more concentrated, steady, and even output than LED lights. 

✔ Light Saber With Ultra Range

1,050-meter throw with nearly no spill based on 330 lumens, making it easy to penetrate smoke and fog. Extremely sharp and precise beam for hunting, positioning, and tactical use.

✔ Simple To Use Picatinny Mount

Innovative rotate-to-lock system to attach or detach the light instantly. Two dedicated slots to hold the light in your preferred position.

✔ Patented Magnetic Remote Switch

The magnetic end of the remote switch is enhanced by a quick push-to-lock mechanism. Stay safe and in command at all times.

✔ Reliable Customized Battery

Powered by a customized 5000mAh 21700 battery with a max runtime of 7.5 hours. Charge easily with the included MCC3 magnetic USB charging cable.

✔ Two-Stage Tactical Switch

High or low, momentary-on or constant-on; a single tail switch for your instinctive operations.

✔ Everything You Need

This light utilizes our exclusive rotate-to-lock slide rail mount for maximum convenience and safety. The included magnetic remote switch features a lock-on ring for a swift and tight fit with the stainless steel tailcap.



Beam Distance
3,444 ft (1,050 m)
Max Performance
330 lumens
Charging Type
MCC3 Magnetic USB Charging Cable
Compatible Batteries
Customized 5000mAh 3.6V 21700 Rechargeable Lithium Battery (Included)
Max Light Intensity
275,625 candela
Light Source
High Performance LEP (4,500~5,000K)
Lens / Reflector Type
Protective Glass Lens
Mode Operation
Magnetic Tail Switch
Form / Size Factor
Medium Size
Series PL
330~180~90 lumens
Run time High
30 minutes + 150 minutes + 30 minutes
90 lumens
Run time Low
7.5 hours
8.78 oz (249 g) (Including Battery)
6.10 in (155 mm)
Head Diameter
1.22 in (31 mm)
Body Diameter
1.05 in (26.6 mm)
Carton Box
Self-defense, Law Enforcement, Tactical Use
Odin Turbo (Battery Included) x 1
PICATINNY Rail Mount x 1
MCC3 Magnetic USB Charging Cable x 1
Magnetic Remote Switch (With Stand) x 1
H2.5 Allen Wrench x 1
Adjustable Screw x 2
Self-locking Band x 2
User Manual x 1
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Definitely not designed as a handheld


Apr 03, 2022, 07:28:14

Won't give ne my coupon discounts


Jan 22, 2022, 13:26:15

this light is the most amazing thing I have used for a WML. Never thought I would see a 1000 yard light in such a compact frame. Have one on an AR, Will be getting another one, or three in the future.


Oct 05, 2021, 14:48:03

This is hands down the best weapons light I've ever owned I plan on buying several more


Sep 22, 2021, 08:04:20

ODIN TURBO Test Results (as weapon light): 200 yards - all targets visible with ability to discern target details (friend/foe determination good) 300 yards - all targets visible -- target details fading but still discernible at 300 400 yards - most targets visible - target details poor (probably not able to determine friend/foe much past 350yds) 500 yards - some targets visible - target details not visible (full size IPSC target visible - poor details if any) 600 yards - only large IPSC and large plates still somewhat visible for targeting - zero target details 700 yards - targets not visible enough for one shot/one impact This review is from the perspective of "weapon light" use requirements and performance, not a technology specification or durability review. The observations by myself (Range Officer) and another RO was based primarily on 2 metrics: 1) can the targets be seen enabling dialing D.O.P.E. for known distance with 1 shot/one impact; and 2) The ability to clearly see target details with the potential to determine "friend or foe". Finally there was some minimal testing comparing the visable reach of IR/NV devices. The ODIN TURBO light was tested in August on the 700 yard range at Southington Hunt Club Training Facility (SHC) in Garrettsville OH, approximately 1-2 hours after sunset (some minimal light in the sky). Steel target a-frames (with 4 different size steel plates -- 18" - 6" plates on each) every 50 yards starting at 200 yards and go every 50-100 yards. Full and half size IPSC steel ("large targets") are also located at similar known distances. Weather was dry, temp. in the 90s F with high humidity -- some VOC/haze was present (but no dense fog), calm/no wind. The perceived performance test of a weapons light at distance arguably has as much to do with the quality, design and performance of the optic and glass (esp. "light gathering" performance). The optic used for our subjective test was a mid-budget class optic from Primary Arms with a HUD FFP 3-18 variable power and 50mm bell. A high end Vortex Optic with the approximately same power range was also utilized and briefly compared to the PA performance, and while the Vortex did perform noticeably better in picking up the light at similar zoom, it was not substantially better. The specs and performance of the rifle are unimportant for this visual test, however the rifle is capable of sub MOA and dialing in DOPE to impact 6" steel at 700. One note regarding the ODIN mount -- its a little bit loose between the mount and light and the ONLY THING that rattles on my DMR rifle. (I'll probably shim somehow, but please fix this Olight) Nightvision: Obviously going to white visible light your giving up any "stealth" of IR illumination but it was compared anyway... with both GEN2 and GEN3 NV devices, illuminated with a Steiner dBal2 (400 yard IR light with laser), the distance of the visible light of ODIN, and thus target detail, was somewhat better at 200 yards. (Note: The PA 3-18 scope was limited to 6x power when utilizing the Gen 2 optic adapter, and the Gen3 PV-7 headset tested was a single power without magnification (and separate from rifle optic). Unsurprisingly, The ODIN Turbo outperformed all the other throwing flashlights that other shooters had on their rifles. The light was not tested on the longer 1000 yard SHC range, because the performance observed on the 700yd range did not warrant testing at longer distance. I like Olight's first entry into LEP throwers but still hoping for a newer LEP (or a multiple LEP light) operating just under the legal wattage limits in order to increase brightness at distance. For me its mostly about seeing details at distance and determining target validity -- the peripheral spill is fine past 200yards) Recommended as a DMR light with optics, but because of the narrow beam IMO there are better choices for CQB or as a general purpose weapons light. I would agree that depending on your optic, the ODIN TURBO is a decent light for safely targeting approximately up to 300-350 yards. Olights I have purchased and tested BALDR PRO, BALDR IR, Baldr RL mini, Odin(s), Warrior Pro, others. My Olight favorites are still the Warrior Pro and Obulbs. :)

color: Black


Aug 11, 2021, 12:08:58

CS reply:

Dear customer, thank you for your meticulous testing, hope our products is helpful for you. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our customer service.

Dec 20, 2021, 07:44:49

This is the most impressive light I have ever owned., I have several Olights and stream lights. The light concentration is unlike any other light I have. Even though it says that it's only 330 lumens, it appears much brighter. Highly recommend!

color: Black


May 30, 2021, 03:00:37

I own both Odins. Both are definitely for different uses. I love the lights and mounts equally. Only issue I had was key to mount the Odin Turbo mount broke easily with little pressure. Yes I was using the small end. Luckily I have a variety of tools and attached it easily. No problems, amazing light as well as my regular Odin and Warrior X Pro. Have other Olights, love them all! Great job guys, thanks for all your hard work.

color: Black


Jun 13, 2021, 04:18:23

Excellent fit and finish. It's a spotlight but has zero spills, it's just the hot spot. I can light up trees very well that are 500 to 600 meters away. It is only a 1/2in length and slightly heavier than the Odin. The LEP technology in the turbo is totally different from LED lights. It is exponentially better at throwing and focusing light but has no spill and a very narrow beam.

color: Black


Jun 01, 2021, 00:43:56

The odin turbo is an amazing light, i installed it on my ar and at 100 yards the light fills up my sight picture perfectly, almost like it built in. Absolutely no spill on the light just pure hot spot. It's so lined up on my rifle i can hit targets at 50 yards using only the light not even looking through my optic, granted it's not a perfect shot but if needed in a hurry you can point and shoot, where the light hits is where the bullet is going. Overall I'm very happy with this light and will probably order another as a backup

color: Black


Jun 02, 2021, 18:51:15

I have not used this on my AR just yet for hunting but just playing around I am shocked how far this light throws with no spill. I bought this for hunting Hogs in Texas and I can't wait to use it on them, its gonna be perfect. This light really brings home the bacon!

color: Black


Jun 18, 2021, 09:54:23

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