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  • An OK universal flashlight

    posted by liubartas

    18650 or AAA batteries can be used, it looks OK. It is rather easy to go from square spot to spill. It can tailstand.It is suitable for bicycle riding but you may want to consider other flaslights as it loses light having no reflector.Otherwise an OK/good piece of manufacturing.My light dropped on stones after lanyard broke, which resulted maybe in a couple of small specs on the body but one has really search for them and there was no effect on function.
    It has no hotspot. The spill is even with a couple of ligt rings outside but they are negligable.It has no reflector, so much light is lost when in spot mode.I has, IMHO, a simple plastic lens, no fancy coatings whatsoever.The High mode draws up to 2.05 A (at least - my DMM probably is an average and may not be very accurate). Middle mode is about 0.8A, Low is 0.03 (mostly on my DMM), rarely it can get to 0.14A. I tried to get stable measurement but sometimes it is just brighter than usually.Head does not get hot or even warm after half an hour so it may really not take 2.8A current and/or heatsinking is not that good.It has an O ring at the tail but no on the front.Threads on the tail are pretty shallow and are not square but worked fine for me.
    It is a bright light after my ~5 y. old one, it is good for riding a bicycle if you do not require hotspot or correctly working memmory. Middle mode has OK/satisfacory light levels for riding, and High mode is more comfortable. Low could be used too in darkness but it would force you into rather slow ride. A light with reflector will not be as adjustable but may throw more light and not just absorb it.
  • Very good brightness

    posted by serdenus

    The lowest brightness is much more than the highest brightness of Cree P4 (my old lamp): http://www.dx.com/p/flood-to-throw-zooming-cree-p4-wc-3-mode-led-bike-light-with-mount-3-aaa-26800 Easy to install.Zooming makes light more usefull.Good quality.
    None.
    Although the cons, it is recommended.
  • flashlight

    posted by Martin643

    Looks like very good. It is waterproof. Is a solid and building quality is very good. Excellent shines in a high mode and beam is wide enough. The chip is big compared with other flashlight.
    It's great flashlight but it needs battery with more capacity (least 1200 mah) for longer runtime.
    I have mixed feelings about this flashlight
  • Great- really great

    posted by rkapell

    + very good bulit quality (alloy) of the Front Lamp+ Nice charging System - extremely small+ Ring for focusing works great+ bright light+ Mounting System seems to hold on the Bar properly
    I am using it on my MTB and it works perfectly even after smoe rough roads. The lamp is to big to have it in the under seat bag with the other things - you have to take it with you on purpose
    Great lamp, acceptable light for the backside.Buy it!
  • Great buy & solid performer

    posted by NateB

    Uses the T6great white colour & slightly towards the purple end of the spectrum.Even when driven at 3A only marginal gains were had (10-15% approx), so out of the box its a solid performer.
    Definetely worth the upgrade from the x2000 which uses the XR-E, its at least as bright but has about 4x the area of light output.(Comparing to a modified x2000 running XR-E R2 @ 1050mA)
    If you need a zoomer - then get it, massive output & very functional zoom.Only fractional improvements (10-15%) can be had from replacing driver.It is 30mm in diameter as a minimum - so could be difficult in some applications.

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