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NightWatch Avaritia NA40

Hello!

Nael has put a quite unknown brand for sale in Neals Deals for 49.95 , the 

NightWatch Avaritia NA40

triple SST40

 charging via USB-C


beamshot provided by the manufacturer

 

Specification:
LED:   triple SST40 led
tint:   6500k
cell size:   26650
dimension (l*d):   131mm*41mm
charging port:   USB-C
normal modes:   L-M-H / 350-1500-2600 Lm
turbo:   6000 Lm
moonlight:   1 Lm

 

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6000 lm turbo? For how long?

Looks interesting.

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i have not gotten any runtimes now.

 

but physics are the same as on any other flashlight on the market Wink

so: not very long until its HOT Wink

 

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On the fence with this one, tempting.

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As good as it looks on paper, I really do not want to take a gamble with a $50 no name flashlight. I will need someone to verify lumen output and beam range first.

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Man! I’d like to get this as a host with charging circuit. But yeah it seems high $. It’d be cool if we could get an in depth breakdown review of this one.

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Nice light if it can really produce 5000+ lumens.

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I agree with Pete, nice light!
But before ordering an unknown brand for 50$ i’d like a review by a highly appreciated BLF member.

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I’m not exactly looking for 4500K 90CRI highR9, but 6500K? Ouch. That’d hurt my eyes at this point. Crying

Damnit, I’d probably still be interested, per the caveats others mentioned.

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Yeah. The SST40 does not have many CCT options.

But 6000 lumens out of a single 26650…

That is amazing.

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Yeah, I just edited my comment. I’d still be tempted.

I need help…

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If that light was equipped with three Luxeon V 4000K it would be even better. This LED can be driven up to 15A and has a really nice tint.

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It’s pretty unlikely this does 6,000 but if it does it would be at 0s turn on only. If it comes with a FET driver you could try a 21700 battery like the 30T if you want try to blow up your LEDs.

Anyways, I purchased one of their 21700 single emitter lights and it was well made.

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I ordered one. If its as bright as the emissar D4 I would be happy. I dont expect 6,000 lumens. I am hoping for longer run times than the emissar and possibly a little less heat due to more mass. I will post what I think of it when it arrives.

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Isn’t there like a 5700k version of this emitter? I would love to try it if it wasn’t 6500k CW. I highly doubt this thing can produce more than 5000 lumens on a single 26650, but if it could, that is amazing even if it is only at 0 second.

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There seems to be an xhp50.2 version as well if you google it

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a sst 50 light will be available next month

 

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Neal confirms that pictures match 

 

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there is a youtube review of an eagle eye light direct driven with a single SST40 emitter running around 2400 lumens. I think if the maker can get enough current to each LED, this light might be quite impressive. Can’t wait to get mine…shipping next week is the rumor.

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With a reflector and lens installed i doubt any sst40 is doing 2400lm without burning up shortly after

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Interested…

With a FET driver it might be able to achieve 5,000lm, but 6,000lm with 7135 driver is impossible.

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It could be a 3 channel FET driver, with 1×7135 on the 1st channel, 8×7135 on the second channel, and direct FET on the 3rd channel.

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Yokiamy wrote:
There seems to be an xhp50.2 version as well if you google it

I found the triple XHP50.2 version on a Chinese site but not sure where to order it for the US. Any idea if the triple 50.2 version uses a different driver than the SST40 version? The 50.2 is 6v right?

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BlueSwordM wrote:
It could be a 3 channel FET driver, with 1×7135 on the 1st channel, 8×7135 on the second channel, and direct FET on the 3rd channel.

Oh… it makes sense and Amutorch wouldn’t be the first one to use BLF drivers in their flashlights…

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Yokiamy wrote:
There seems to be an xhp50.2 version as well if you google it

I found the triple XHP50.2 version on a Chinese site but not sure where to order it for the US. Any idea if the triple 50.2 version uses a different driver than the SST40 version? The 50.2 is 6v right?

It should be a different driver, as there are 7135s in the sst40 version, meaning the emitters are in parallel.

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Would the xhp 50 have more lumens or the sst40?

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Every second time I read the name of this light it’s “Avaria” instead of “Avarita”.
And “Avaria” is a homophone of a Polish word for “failure”……

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Agro wrote:
And “Avaria” is a homophone of a Polish word for “failure”……

Same thing in Portuguese Big Smile

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Andybibbville wrote:
Would the xhp 50 have more lumens or the sst40?

yup, xhp50.2 would do maybe over 4000 lumen per led, so 3 led would be over 10000 lumen in theory
but finding or making the driver is pain in the @ss
so SST40 is more suitable for this light

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