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  • Solid flashlight with heat problems

    posted by azev

    -Ergonomic handling for regular European hands (middle finger slightly touches my palm when grabbing firmly)-Modular extension for using 3 cells (18650 & 26650), you have the flexibility to use either 2, 3 or a combination of both as needed-Digitally regulated 25W power drain, 92% driver efficiency at 12,6V, so LEDs get ~23W -> 3,23A@8,4V -> 2A@12,6V-Driver works at high power from 7,8V (28,18W) to 13V (25,5W), not tested above 13V-XM-L T6's are driven very efficient @~3,3W brutto (max. rated 10W)-As bright as two H4-55W car headlights in 20yo reflectors-LEDs glued to the flashlight head with some kind of white silicone. It is 5,8mm strong in its back part, so the heat can dissipate really good.-Easy to maintain: Reflector is screwed to the head with two fine-thread Philips-head screws, circuit is held down by a spring and a brass swivel-Spacers dimensions allow you to use protected 18650's-Nice brass caps cover contact springs in the head and tail
    -Plain tailcap allows you a relatively steady tailstand (this thing can illuminate a whole room when pointed to the ceiling)-When using the lowest brightness, PWM is quite visible and disturbing when moving-When using the lower brightness modes, a slight buzzing is noticable (only if you listen carefully)----------Temperatures measured with the driver taken out of the head (it kept realtively cool, due to convection) at 11°C environment temperature. The Flashlight was turned on 12 minutes at full power; temperatures did no longer increase significantly after that time. Due to taken out driver I calculate the estaminated temperatures (increased heat from the inserted driver not included, so you might add another 20°C):-> measured Value + 11° + Head temperature = Expected temperatures of the installed driver @22°C room temperatureTemperature estimation for assembled torch:-Head 60°C -> 71°C-Driver ‘Q5’ (near the inductor) 65°C -> 136
    Its an honor for me to do the first review for this flashlight.With this SKU you recieve a flexible flashlight of good mechanical quality; LEDs are driven really efficient with ~3,3W each.On the other hand this item grills itself when running longer than 10 min. Those temperatures are way too high for DC/DC and schottky-diodes (125° core temp. is their specified max. operating temperature!), so you better keep an eye on the runtime (and head temperature!).5 - 8 min. runtime in the highest position should be okay.Finally, it gets heavy when using 3x 18650's, even more with 26650's, which could be an advantage, if you use it for security purposes (think of MagLite’s).
  • works underwater to at least 70'

    posted by sablefish

    works underwater; beam is wider than a dorsey penetrator, but still has a hotspot. light is bright and white, with smaller head than MJ-810. compact. smooth bezel, comes with lanyard with a wrist loop.
    this is better than the MJ810 in many ways. i've only gone on one dive with this, though; we'll see if this lasts a while.
    if you have your own batteries for this, it looks like a promising dive light. more dives are required.
  • Great light. Best bang for the buck.

    posted by Rodger

    1->Very bright. 2->2 cell light with the lenght of a long 1 cell light.3->Awesome mode system, very useful and pratical. 4->Battery holder with positive and negative indications ( had a problem with a Fandyfire L1 I sold ), so it is a good sale, if that is your case.
    I just wish I had bought more of them ( got two so far ). Maybe in different colors too.
    For 33 USD, I cannot think of a better buy here in DX.And I have bought a few so far:Fandyfire L1, Fandyfire UV-S5, Spiderfire P7, Trustfire X8, SST-50, XMl-t6 Zoom I cant remember the model, some P4 x2000, some other lights I cant remember for the moment.For Brasil, your UV-S5 might go through Army evaluation, so it is a lot of hassle. Mine still hasn`t arrived.
  • Nice head torch

    posted by drsolly

    It has two 18650 batteries in parallel, so it should last a long time. It has a good spotlight,plus some light around it. And it has a red light at the back (the DX description didn't make that clear), which makes it good as a biking headlight; cars behind me can see me. It comes with a little charger, in case you don't own one.
    Comforable to wear, angle of light is adjustable.
    This is coming out biking with me.
  • very nice flashlight

    posted by shalomwt

    1. large lens (diameter ~ 32mm) - significantly larger than other zoom flashlights. collects a lot more light from the emitter2. houses 2 18650 batteries (connected in parallel) but can be used with a single one3. red rear light on battery case. it shines with changing modes (Hi, Lo, strobe). interesting feature, although not everybody will want it4. acceptable zoom mechanism. not totally smooth but seems good enough
    comes in different colors.can't figure why each states a different brightness (lumens) since they all seem to be identical electrically
    good bundle for the price. 2 chargers & batteries.

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