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General Flashlight Discussion / NEW Fenix UC50 rechargeable flashlight(900 LUMENS)
« Last post by member1 on March 21, 2014, 03:42:34 AM »
Cree XM-L2 (U2) , 288m Distance,20860cd
Tailored 2600mAh 3.7V rechargeable Li-ion battery
Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
Tail side switch for output selection and instant strobe function
USB charging cradle

General Flashlight Discussion / Re: Fenix E35 Ultimate Edition (900 lumens)
« Last post by Darkgear on March 13, 2014, 08:49:21 PM »
General Flashlight Discussion / Fenix E35 Ultimate Edition (900 lumens)
« Last post by member1 on March 13, 2014, 03:03:37 AM »
*NEW*Fenix E35UE, 900-lumen burst mode, XM-L2 U2, 1*18650/2*CR123A, single switch operation and tailstand.
Learn more

Flashlight Components / XTAR BK12 high output light
« Last post by XTAR Light on March 12, 2014, 05:52:36 AM »
XTAR BK12 is specially designed for Outdoor riding, Mountain-climbing, Camping and Hiking. BK12 provides high output, wide beam in small protable size, and very long runtime, also shockproof and anti-dropping. It's your necessary outdoor tool.

Designing a magnetic control ring in the tail is the biggest characteristic of BK12, which can let you change the modes very conveniently, according to the different conditions. XTAR believes that professional serves better!

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General Flashlight Discussion / Re: Big Flashlight Comparison Test
« Last post by fonarevka on March 11, 2014, 02:00:51 PM »

Flashlight Tests (Beamshot).
February - 2014 

In the last weekend of February, the regular tests flashlights.

65 flashlights were tested the following brands:

Lupine, Lux-RC FL33, Roche, Convoy, XinTD, Sunwayman, Xeno, FormOptik, NiteFighter, SmallSun, SolarStorm, StrongLight, UltraFire, SingFire, NiteFire, RoadLeader, Speedwolf, Jexree, EagleTac, Nitecore, MagLite, Solarforce lights and number of modified from our members of the forum.

Announcement here:

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General Flashlight Discussion / Re: What new flashlights did you order or purchased?
« Last post by KMA on March 11, 2014, 07:47:15 AM »

I just ordered and received my Olight R40 Seeker.

Uses a built in rechargeable 26550 Lithium Battery

USB Charging port

General Flashlight Discussion / Re: What new flashlights did you order or purchased?
« Last post by KMA on March 01, 2014, 11:35:29 PM »

Got my Fenix TK61

Flashlight Components / XTAR VP2, the other VP1 is coming
« Last post by XTAR Light on February 26, 2014, 01:10:53 AM »
  VP2, the second charger with LCD display has been released in beginning of 2014. VP2 has several main features different from VP1.
  Firstly, VP2 could be compatible with different battery types and sizes, which could charge 22650/25500/26650 battery.
  Secondly, VP2 has the USB output, whose output voltage and current could reach 5.0V and 1.0A, which is good for supplying power for the mobile devices.
  Thirdly, different from VP1, VP2 is added the power indicator, which could not only indicate the charging status but also the battery power when USB output.
  The most important point is that VP2 not only has three charge current options and three voltage options, which could be good for different battery types, such as standard Li-ion battery, Lifeo4 battery, and other 3.0V/3.2V, 3.6V/3.7V, 3.8V Li-ion batteries.
  XTAR, as a charger manufacturer leader, has developed and produced many high-quality battery charger, VP2 will also be your best choice.

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« Last post by XTAR Light on February 26, 2014, 01:09:15 AM »

The MC1 is a professional portable lithium-ion battery charger with Mini appearance plus mini-USB charging port.
  MC1 can charge one 10440/ 14500/ 14650/ 16340/ 17500/ 17670/ 18350/ 18500/ 18650/ 18700/ 22650/ 25500/ 26650 3.6/3.7V rechargeable Li-ion battery. With a three-stage charge algorithm, battery activation feature, and real-time detection of battery status, MC1 charges batteries intelligently and safely.
   MC1 provides reverse-polarity and short-circuit protection. When MC1 is work at high ambient temperature, it will automatically lower charge current to avoid overheating. Soft-start function, to prevent damage to the battery from a large current surge.
   Built-in activation function allows MC1 to recover the over discharged batteries.

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General Flashlight Discussion / Re: What new flashlights did you order or purchased?
« Last post by KMA on February 18, 2014, 04:38:59 PM »

Preordered the Fenix TK61

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