EAGLE EYE X9 XHP70LED inside Hard Light flashlight 26650/18650 3800LM

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EAGLE EYE X9 XHP70LED inside Hard Light flashlight 26650/18650 3800LM

EAGLE EYE X9
Product features
●CREE XHP70 LED with a lifespan of 100000 hours
●Uses two 26650/18650 rechargeable batteries
●233mm(length)*33mm(body)*62mm(head)
●350grams(excluding battery)
●Constant current circuit,no stroboscopic
●Low voltage reminder indicates
●Reverse polarity protection,to protect from improper battery installation
●Side switch for light-dimmer and mode shifting
●Premium type Ⅲhard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
●Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating




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Wow when is this available and how much? Couple different tint options? I love eagle eye lights. I have like 5 different x6s

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Thanks for your support, we provide 1A and 3C for everyone to choose. Glasses

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I will be happy to be among the first. I’m your biggest fan in the X6, as many here already know, can’t wait to get my hands on this one… Wink

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X9 ordered. Thank You!

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Very NICE! I like the full round battery tube, Thumbs Up do not like flats on battery tubes! Angry And the branding on the neck, very good!

Is the bezel aluminum or stainless?

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I might have to chop the tube and use a pair of 26350’s, love the knurling style and the semi-shallow fat head, who knows, I may leave this one 100% stock just because! Smile

I have an X6 doing 2018 lumens on a single XP-L, tempting to see where I can take the new X9 but as a first it may well get left alone. Maybe I can do whatever to the next one…

Well, ok, so I have other X6’s doing 4500 lumens as a triple, 3600 lumens as an MT-G2, 5400 lumens as an XHP-70, I’ve got an SBT-70 version and and and…

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I might have to chop the tube and use a pair of 26350’s, love the knurling style and the semi-shallow fat head, who knows, I may leave this one 100% stock just because! Smile

I have an X6 doing 2018 lumens on a single XP-L, tempting to see where I can take the new X9 but as a first it may well get left alone. Maybe I can do whatever to the next one…

Well, ok, so I have other X6’s doing 4500 lumens as a triple, 3600 lumens as an MT-G2, 5400 lumens as an XHP-70, I’ve got an SBT-70 version and and and…

WinkThumbs Up

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Maybe they’ll be nice to me at Shenzhen Jin Lang Electronic Technology and give me a nice low low serial number, like an 003 or an 007 or something, then I’ll have to preserve it’s preferred status and leave it original. Smile

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You might as well order another to chop up. You know you will.

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DB Custom wrote:
Maybe they’ll be nice to me at Shenzhen Jin Lang Electronic Technology and give me a nice low low serial number, like an 003 or an 007 or something, then I’ll have to preserve it’s preferred status and leave it original. Smile
Big Smile Null Null Sieben (Double-O Seven) Facepalm

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 I believe they have already sold over 30pcs since last month?

Nice packaging by the way.

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The side button controls the four kinds of brightness (press 0.5seconds or more controls on/off);clicking the button can switch gears,double-click to enter the variable frequency blasting flash.

Dear flashlight manufacturers, please stop making lights where single-clicks change between normal modes and double-clicks activate strobe. Trying to cycle through modes and getting strobe by mistake is just about the worst thing ever.

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freeme, that sometimes means very little, I have lucked into a very low serial number before on a light that was out of production for over two years. Sometimes the first ones go on the shelves and they stay there collecting dust…

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thanks! Big Smile

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KawiBoy1428 wrote:
Very NICE! I like the full round battery tube, Thumbs Up do not like flats on battery tubes! Angry And the branding on the neck, very good!

Is the bezel aluminum or stainless?

stainless steel

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It is I who thanks you! I have been searching through tens of dozens of lights and almost bought several, but something made me hold back. Then this one pops up and I have been waiting for a new Eagle Eye for quite some time… if you noticed I didn’t hesitate at all! lol

I’d love to see a larger version of the X6, maybe with the 20700 cell or a 26650. Something around 50-65mm in the head but the same profile/design as the X6. If you were to do that, I’d be on it like a chicken on a june bug. Big Smile

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DB Custom wrote:
It is I who thanks you! I have been searching through tens of dozens of lights and almost bought several, but something made me hold back. Then this one pops up and I have been waiting for a new Eagle Eye for quite some time… if you noticed I didn’t hesitate at all! lol

I’d love to see a larger version of the X6, maybe with the 20700 cell or a 26650. Something around 50-65mm in the head but the same profile/design as the X6. If you were to do that, I’d be on it like a chicken on a june bug. Big Smile

haha,I will try!

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I’m about to purchase one of these beauties. Please recommend 2 × 26650 batteries for the X9 from AliExpress website.

Many Thanks.

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very nice Thumbs Up

..waiting for parts..

Still looking for 5” parabolic reflector (for recoil light)

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Two things:

  1. I saw X9 and thought maybe it was a larger brother to the X6 and got excited. Then came here and was massively disappointed!
  2. This thread belongs in the Commercial Sellers’ Area. No offense. Just please move it.

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DB Custom wrote:
It is I who thanks you! I have been searching through tens of dozens of lights and almost bought several, but something made me hold back. Then this one pops up and I have been waiting for a new Eagle Eye for quite some time… if you noticed I didn’t hesitate at all! lol

I’d love to see a larger version of the X6, maybe with the 20700 cell or a 26650. Something around 50-65mm in the head but the same profile/design as the X6. If you were to do that, I’d be on it like a chicken on a june bug. Big Smile

+1 could be the eagle eye x8, 26650 big brother of the x6 with a large head. Massive thrower. I would get a few over time as my meager budget allows to put different LEDs in

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I really like the looks of this one. It’s also great all functions are controlled by the side switch. I’ll be placing an order for one with the warmer tint. Great find!

Richie

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DB Custom wrote:
I might have to chop the tube and use a pair of 26350’s, love the knurling style and the semi-shallow fat head, who knows, I may leave this one 100% stock just because! Smile

This model has a smaller diameter head than the L6 and is a lot lighter in weight. Great for carrying, but maybe not for high powered mods. I’m guessing there is a lot less mass in the head.

Then again, I’m sure you’ll find a way to mod it. Maybe add a copper disc or something.:)

My Convoy L6 thread with XHP70.2, Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil v1.2 ramping firmware, lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well.
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/54477

My Supfire L5-S thread with XHP70, Texas Avenger FET driver, NarsilM v1.0 ramping firmware and lighted side switch. My mini L6! http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55746

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Jim, you are missing a trick with the X6 shape imho. That was and still is a very popular flashlight. As I suggested to you before via pm, if you can upscale the same shape as the X6 with a more powerful led, you will be on to a winner once again.
It’s clear to be seen on this forum alone how popular the X6 is.

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I was on the team for the group buy with the X6 when it first came out. I tested it, hard, even tossed it out the window of the car at 60mph and video’d it skittering down the road. The damage was negligible, the light still worked. Seems like we had some 1200 lights or maybe more, in that group buy.
I’ve built some 35-40 X6’s, have 11 here even now. It’s just a personal favorite, very nicely made light that allows itself to all sorts of modification. I was the first to build a triple with the CUTE-3, a quad with the CUTE-4, and the results enticed many many more to do the same. I still think the Triple X6 is my favorite light of them all, and this is with some 400 builds behind me.

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It looks great, feels great in the hand and has so many options to modify as well as good heat handling.

I also hoped this would be the big brother to the X6 but was also sadly disappointed.

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I honestly don’t know if upscaling would yield the same benefits as downscaling, the X5 is a very neat little 14500 light with bigger light capabilities. In the smaller form I still love it, not sure about a larger form. Maybe I’ll give it a go on the lathe after this photo shoot coming up this week/weekend….

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Sounds good Dale. Interesting little project

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Anything new about this light? Has someone received one until today?

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