[♛ FreemeGB] 2019 Niwalker Group Buy, Rare Opportunity - MF5SV1 / BK-LR7SV1 / BK-LB11SV2 -【 ACTIVE 】

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[♛ FreemeGB] 2019 Niwalker Group Buy, Rare Opportunity - MF5SV1 / BK-LR7SV1 / BK-LB11SV2 -【 ACTIVE 】

 

2019 Niwalker Group Buy

MF5SV1 / BK-LR7SV1 / BK-LB11SV2

 

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Niwalker MF5SV1 Mini 15,000lm LED Flashlight

 

Group Buy Price: $1xx ($199.90)

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Niwalker BK-LR7SV1 magnetic control Long Throw Searchlight

 

Group Buy Price: $1xx ($179.90)

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Niwalker BK-LB11SV2 Long Throw Searchlight

 

Group Buy Price: $1xx ($169.90)

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My second VOSTRO.

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Interested. Thank you!

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Sent.

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Interested. Thank you!

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Interested in the MF5SV1 mini

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I am waiting for NW to set the coupons.

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Interested!

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Interested.

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Interested in the BK-LR7SV1.

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I’m very unfamiliar with Niwalker but the MF5SV1 looks like a great design! I’m assuming it’s switchable between the 2x XHP 70.2 for flood and the single XHP35 HI for throw?

I feel like I’ve come across the Niwalker name around here and heard good things. Can anyone confirm?

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Hey Freeme!

can I get the code for theMF5SV1?

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I’m interested in all of the lights above, especially since they are factory direct.

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BlueSwordM wrote:
I’m interested in all of the lights above, especially since they are factory direct.

There’s normal endorsements:
(accredited BLF member) yeah that’s a good brand and some good lights

Then there’s this for an endorsement:
(accredited BLF member) I’ll take them all!

Big Smile Very interesting!

Bluesword: I can’t for the life of me tell what is different between the MM18JR and the MF5SV1! Niwalker has a terrible website and the MM18JR doesn’t have specs. same emitters, housing, reflector… Also they both state 10 000 ansi lumens even though the MF5SV1 says 15 000 also… Does anybody know?

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Interested in the MF5SV1.

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@mattadores, I’m mostly interested in the throwers, since I usually buy throwers not for me, but for some of my police friends.

Because while some like carrying the BLF GT Full set(2 of them in fact), for some, it’s a bit too big.

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@mattadores, I’m mostly interested in the throwers, since I usually buy throwers not for me, but for some of my police friends.

Because while some like carrying the BLF GT Full set(2 of them in fact), for some, it’s a bit too big.

Makes good sense.

I noticed the 1900m 905kcd specs and feel like that’s got to be one of the highest in between lights I’ve seen in a while (almost BLF GT/MF04 but more than a TN42

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Coupons got configured wrongly. I have already alert them to correct soon. sealed

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Speaking of the cd ratings however, Maukka did a test of the MM18JR which is rated at 730kcd and in his testing he found it produced 61 000 or 494 meters

their lumen ratings were bang on but their distance measurements made no sense given that they called 730kcd 850m. I believe I saw something on a different website stating the MM18JR has 440kcd which I believe is much closer to 850m.

Either way that’s a very big difference between stated and tested

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It was a mistake for both of them actually.

They probably meant 73 kcd for the 1st one, and 44kcd for the 2nd one.

I wonder if they actually spell check their websites.

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lol I highly doubt they care at all.

In the minimax series of lights I looked at on their website some use only the printed manual as their entire item description and others say nothing at all about the light except the following warning message:

This is the MM18II entire product description from the manufacturers website. I’ve seen non-detailed item info but this is a whole other level:

DETAILS

MM18III

Warning
Please caution when using higher output levels. Light body gets hot when the light is on for long period of time and avoid shinning the beam directly into the eyes. This product is high power device and capable of causing eye damage.

Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Please always refer to our official site for the latest information

Specifications are subject to change without prior notice… means we don’t really know what it does but it’s bright… you should buy one! Big Smile

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Ok I just realized something is wrong.

The BK-FA30S, their 1st thrower, was rated at 650,000cd, with a head diameter of 100mm.

Their second edition, the BK-LB11SV2, is rated at 900 000cd, with a head diameter of 91mm.

How does that work?

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Sending out now in 30mins.cool

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I think, that 191mm Diameter is wrong for the new thrower ! May be they mean 101mm…
My luxmeter shows 517.680 cd for my BK-FA30S and 117.400 for my MM18III.
Niwalker made a mistake, the add an 0 to their cd for MM18III…

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Ah, 101mm does make sense.

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I think, that 191mm Diameter is wrong for the new thrower ! The discription shows 91mm !
My luxmeter shows 517.680 cd for my BK-FA30S, 117.400 for my MM18III and 41.000 for my MM18Jr.

Niwalker made a mistake, the add an 0 to their cd for XHP70 of MM18III and it looks like they made the same mistake at the new MM18JR… Facepalm

@freeme: The discription shows three colours (black, blue and red). What colour does it mean, the anodisation ?

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 NW has confirmed that BK-LB11SV2 head is 91mm.

Yes, it is smaller than Vistro but Niwalker claimed that its reflector has been redesigned to achieve better focus than previous gen.

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We have a long conversation with them on this issue. Candela value will corrected to correspond its distance value. As for the throw distance, it is up to them to decide.

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looks like they made the same mistake at the new MM18JR... Facepalm @freeme:

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What are the differences between the MF5SV1 / MM18JR

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