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ALIVE: Haikelite MT07S only US$46.72

Hello my dear friends!

today i can announce a new M4DM4X.com groupbuy, the:

HaikeLite MT07S US$46.72

HaikeLite MT07S HI Upgrade Version 3000Lumens CW/NW Long Range LED Flashlight 1200M

you can choose from:
(links lead to the shop page for more details)

Rules:

  • we need 100 participants to unlock the code
  • i will send the code to all people on the list when i get it
  • the groubuy can be ended at any point
  • i cannot guarantee that your LED/tint/body color combination is still available if you order late
    (but i assume banggood will restock those asap)

 

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i launched my new blog - all deals for members without MAP B$ Wink

find a short description about my idea here

 

if you want to buy a flashlight or battery for a better price: just send a mail - i will try to save you money!

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the price is:

US$46.72

find all available items in this list

i launched my new blog - all deals for members without MAP B$ Wink

find a short description about my idea here

 

if you want to buy a flashlight or battery for a better price: just send a mail - i will try to save you money!

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Hey Max

Is it new driver UI or the same old version?

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Please yes. If it uses a ramping UI like the MT09R, I will buy the light instantly when I get my hobby money up again.

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Interested in a CW XHP35 HI

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Hmm I’m considering buying this to send to TA for a dedomed XHP70.2 and driver swap to get 9k lumens and great throw, but I have so many big lights already.

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Don’t buy another light then.

Keep your money to yourself.

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That’s a good idea Smile

I think the MT09R XHP35 HI pretty much serves the same function already.

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Yeah.

If you really want to, just get the buck driver Lexel made for the MT09R XHP35.

Much more efficient than a FET light, and still has NarsilM.
Along with much lower moonlight.

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Interested

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BlueSwordM wrote:
Yeah.

If you really want to, just get the buck driver Lexel made for the MT09R XHP35.

Much more efficient than a FET light, and still has NarsilM.
Along with much lower moonlight.

For me I don’t really care about moonlight mode for throwers because they are only used for fun. I like a low moonlight for my small EDCs or even mega flooders that I can use as a lamp/lantern.

I want max power for throwers so I think FET may be more suitable but for XHP35, I wonder if it even makes a difference in max lumens. With that said, I do like Lexel’s buck driver. On the MF01 he modded for me, the startup lumens holdup pretty well even on partially depleted batteries.

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How many people are in yet?

I would love to know.

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I am debating if i should get one in xhp35. My plan is to get a TA driver and upgrade xhp35 hi.

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Since you already have an XHP70.2 light, just get the XHP35HI version. At NW, it comes in at 5000k and 80CRI apparently.

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only a third of the goal is reached... Sad

find all available items in this list

i launched my new blog - all deals for members without MAP B$ Wink

find a short description about my idea here

 

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We need 67 ?

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Anyone know how well the HI version throws? Not seen any reviews of that led version.

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Seems to throw very well.

Having an XHP35 HI with that size of reflector, as the reflector is about as deep as the Acebeam K70. Even at only 2500 lumens, 1200m throw is a reasonable claim.

Edit: I was perhaps wrong.

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Newlumen wrote:
We need 67 ?

 

~60 more participants needed

find all available items in this list

i launched my new blog - all deals for members without MAP B$ Wink

find a short description about my idea here

 

if you want to buy a flashlight or battery for a better price: just send a mail - i will try to save you money!

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Interested Big Smile

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did you sign up? Wink 

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bump

 

30 places left Wink 

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30 places left.

I am excited.

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How noticeable in real world use would the ~350m FL1 difference between the Astrolux MF02 and the Haikelite MT07S HI be?

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That is a non negligible difference.

The MT07S HI does have a slightly better UI, and more thermal mass, so it’ll stay a bit cooler than the MF02.

But at 1050m tested throw vs 1400m tested throw, if you only want throw, get the MF02.

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Yohan110 wrote:
How noticeable in real world use would the ~350m FL1 difference between the Astrolux MF02 and the Haikelite MT07S HI be?

Are you referring to manufacturer published number of 1587m and 1200m for MF02 and MT07S HI?

cool i'll see you when you get there

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DENGOH wrote:
Yohan110 wrote:
How noticeable in real world use would the ~350m FL1 difference between the Astrolux MF02 and the Haikelite MT07S HI be?

Are you referring to manufacturer published number of 1587m and 1200m for MF02 and MT07S HI?

I was refering to the tests in this link posted above by hIKARInoob.
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BlueSwordM wrote:
That is a non negligible difference.

The MT07S HI does have a slightly better UI, and more thermal mass, so it’ll stay a bit cooler than the MF02.

But at 1050m tested throw vs 1400m tested throw, if you only want throw, get the MF02.

Thanks, I think I will pass this up and get the MF02 instead.

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interested!

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Yohan110 wrote:
DENGOH wrote:
Yohan110 wrote:
How noticeable in real world use would the ~350m FL1 difference between the Astrolux MF02 and the Haikelite MT07S HI be?

Are you referring to manufacturer published number of 1587m and 1200m for MF02 and MT07S HI?

I was refering to the tests in this link posted above by hIKARInoob.

I see no MT07S HI result, maybe it is hidden somewhere in that thread.

cool i'll see you when you get there

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