ACEBEAM H15 Magnetic LED Headlamp with 2500lms

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ACEBEAM H15 Magnetic LED Headlamp with 2500lms

An all terrain vehicle, is designed to handle a wider variety of terrain than most other vehicles, Acebeam follow this idea and present the new all brightness headlamp H15 to meet multiple outputs from 10lm to 2500lm,and special modes. Acebeam H15 coupled with an CREE XHP70.2 LED,orange peel reflector,including Acebeam 3100mAh 20A protected 18650 battery,IPX6 sealing and aerospace-grade 6063 aluminium alloy body with Premium type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish. There is magnetic ring and switch on the head, rotating the ring have 4 different positions,we call them: Eco mode(10-20-35-50lm) apply to night reading; Low mode(20-90-150-250lm) apply to night running; Med mode(250-320-500-700lm) apply to daily use; High mode(700-1000-1500-2000lm) apply to searching; Click the switch for different outputs’ circulation. In emergency situations if you need vast brightness, Double click the switch activates 2500lm and Triple click activates Strobe; There is SOS mode we designed and hope you never using, keep press and hold the switch for 1s when the light is off. What will do to these multiple lumens from Acebeam H15? Let’s go and start having fun.

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Could I hope, that the H15 has nearly the same nice neutral white lightcolour as my H10 ?

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casi29061965 wrote:
Could I hope, that the H15 has nearly the same nice neutral white lightcolour as my H10 ?

Available Neutral white or Cool White for option.

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How high CRI the emitters going to be?

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love it on the first sight….but,why is it no recheargable?.this is the way we want it……

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nice light, but with 125,40 $ too expensive for me. Even compared with an Olight H2R Nova it´s pretty high priced.

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Hmmm don’t really like the eco mode, should go way lower than 10 lumen.
My favorite headlamp claims 0.5 and 3lumens as “eco mode”, I find in total darknes that 3lumens is sometimes too much light, so the claimed 10 lumens for the ace beam will be way too much for my needs. Other wise I like the idea of the ring to change the sub levels.
Edit 2: How long can the lamp sustain it’s high levels (700-1000-1500-2000lm)? Does it have a timed stepdown or is it temperature controlled?
I honestly don’t really see the point of having 2000lm on my forehead but it still might be nice to have anyway.

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hard to beat the MT-G2 of the H10!

but the MT-G2 in the new mode change design would be great.

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The low mode at 10 lumen is too bright. However, I like the rotary brightness knob a lot. My NW version seems cooler than 5000k and tint not the most pleasing. The Armytek Wizard Pro v3 XPL WW has way nicer tint. The Olight H2R Nova NW also has much warmer nicer tint. However, the more recent H2R Nova NW I bought had even worst tint than the H15 with alot of green.

In terms of brightness. My ceiling bounce test measured both the CW and NW version of the Acebeam H15 to be nearly identical and a very slight bit brighter than the H2R Nova. However because the H15 is MUCH floodier than the H2R Nova or possibly all other headlamps, ceiling bounce does not favor the H15. So in reality I trust the H15 claims of 2500 OTF lumens is not exaggerated at all.

I don’t like the headband on the H15 when the H2R Nova headband is so much easier to use.

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How difficult would it be to swap emitters? Press fit or threaded bezel? I’d buy one if I could easily drop in a nice warm white instead.