FW3A, a TLF/BLF EDC flashlight - SST-20 available, coupon codes public

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Two for me please.

... Happy Landings ...

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I’m on the list for 2. Add another to me please. Total, 3. Lumintop is cool.

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I’m in for one please.

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Lumintop will make a great FW3A flashlight. Thanks “The Miller” for your and everyone else’s hard work.

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ToyKeeper wrote:
I_like_lamb wrote:
If I absolutely had to choose between one, the D4 or this, what would you suggest? I mean, I will probably end up getting both to feed my crippling flashlight addiction, BUUUT, if I had to choose?

Both, of course. Big Smile

Really, I can’t answer that for you. I can tell you how they’re similar or different, but I can’t tell you what you like.

Well, except for lamb. You like lamb.

Something preposterously bright! Something like how some people buy large/fast cars to over-compensate. That for me, but with flashlights, cause flashlights require less of a bank loan than a car does.

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Interested! Please add me to the list.

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Thank You The Miller, you are really great… Smile

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Mark me down for one please. Thanks!!

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MARK!

EDIT, list updated, wow, 707 TLF and BLF lists combined, awesome!

Welcome new members!

264 wrote:
Lumintop will make a great FW3A flashlight.

they surenow how to ake nice lights, just recieved a IYP365 Titanium for review, wow so nice!
And thos Prince lights, they sure know how to make cool stuff!
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ToyKeeper wrote:

I would imagine it can have whatever mode groups you like. I’ll probably stick with ramping plus boundary blinks, for my personal use, but the mode group UI has tables for defining this stuff. It’s probably not hard to edit those tables.


You are right, if the ramping shows the channels used that seems lke the way to operate a light like the FW3A for sure!
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1 please
thanks

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Please put me down for one of these. I thought that I asked to be on the list early on, but I just looked and could not find my name on the list. Looks like a great little light.

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This light is going to be awesome!

Also a good business model for makers like Lumintop.

  • They get to make a high-quality light vetted by flashlight enthusiasts without having to do much, if any, design and engineering work themselves.
  • Us flashlight enthusiasts benefit from getting a great light from a reliable manufacturer.

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…at an amazing price!

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Mr Miller i would like a total of 2 lights please.

I am #15 thank you

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Now that I know the manufacturer, could you add another piece for me? I am 269 on the list.

Thanks for making this possible.

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would love to see this in 26650 forms maybe with 4 or 5 emitters? similar to Lumintop SD26 size-wise

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26650 is a standard that never caught on by the big cell manufactures, who are adapting the 20700/21700 used by tesla/panasonic/sanyo/samsung etc

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It is an interesting idea Dale, for a 26700 tube fits 21700, 20700 and 18650 as well.

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I also like that idea. A pretty compact light with a hell of a lot of output and the flexibility of using a wide variety of cells is a great idea. If the new sizes become more popular and powerful, this one would not become outdated for a looooooong time.

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Not saying I wanted it only 4s, it’s already agreed upon 4s2p. I just wanted it out there I’d be interested in a 4s option. I always preferred the big head short body format

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They have 26650s and 21700s capable of 30+ amps. I would definitely buy a light with 5 emitters that fits 1 of the larger cells.

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That would be a different project but interesting for sure

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+1 for big battery version with more emitters Thumbs Up

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Please talk about bigger more emitter lights that can be very interesting elsewhere. Texas lumens had an idea for a P60 21700 light for example (if I am right here, on phone so tricky searching) or of course here http://budgetlightforum.com/node/53978

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didn’t know that thread existed. thanks TM.

The Miller wrote:
Please talk about bigger more emitter lights that can be very interesting elsewhere. Texas lumens had an idea for a P60 21700 light for example (if I am right here, on phone so tricky searching) or of course here http://budgetlightforum.com/node/53978
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I’d like one, please!

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I may be interested, one piece.

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May I please be added to this list.

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Yes will update list later Wink

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