new Emisar with 18 SST20 and 14kLumen

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new Emisar with 18 SST20 and 14kLumen

Neal posted some pics and specs

 

LED:18*SST20
Tint: 6500K,5000K,4000K,3000K
output:14000lm
head: 58mm
Color:black and sand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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looks like a M43 Mini

 

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Power source? 26650?its bigger..

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You had me at “New Emisar”

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vresto wrote:
Power source? 26650?its bigger..

Looks more like 3×18650

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Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Does it come with a deep carry pocket clip? Smile

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Ouch!!! That thing looks sharp…!!! I really don’t like it there, why not make a hole on the opposite side of the switch in one of the fins???

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Wow this is the new ‘noctigon meteor’ to beat! I don’t see it on intl-outdoor.com but this is looking to be very amazing!!

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Looks good – Aux LED’s?

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Johm wrote:
vresto wrote:
Power source? 26650?its bigger..

Looks more like 3×18650

Or 3×21700 maybe?

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Looking good! I think it might use 18650s… The body tube looks quite thick with that lanyard hole

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AlexGT wrote:
Ouch!!! That thing looks sharp…!!! I really don’t like it there, why not make a hole on the opposite side of the switch in one of the fins???

The reasons were discussed in Q8 thread.
Most cheap can-shape flashlights a machined without threads synchronization. I.e. switch place is milled with separate machine or separate setup and have random position relative to the threads start point.
Battery tube is made with same way.
As result you have random angle between switch and tube flatness.
In Q8 design this problem is even bigger than ever, because tube end forces down the driver pcb so tube angular position depends from driver thickness.
Using combine machines with minimum setups can fix this problem, but sometimes design is not suitable for this.
If flashlight have a removable tail cap (as Q8 have), a spare lanyard ring that can freely rotate looks like cheap and easy solution.
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Well, I guess that cat is out of the bag…

I should have one to review sometime soonish. I also have an incomplete prototype strictly for firmware development. Just finishing up the last few details now, actually. I don’t think I can really give any extra details about it yet though.

What I can say is … it’s really bright. Like, really really bright. I can’t even measure it properly, because it’s way more lumens than I have equipment for. It’s like a Noctigon Meteor M43 but a bit smaller, a lot brighter, and with the Emisar UI people liked on the D4S. So if anyone was wanting a “Meteor 2”, this is probably for you.

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… and just when my MF01 arrived Sad

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I guess 4× 18650..

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ROT66 killer/

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Would be interesting to see it next to ROT66. I suppose it’s larger?

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Agro wrote:
Would be interesting to see it next to ROT66. I suppose it’s larger?

d18: head 58mm, body 46mm, height102mm. 3×18650

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lightboks wrote:
Agro wrote:
Would be interesting to see it next to ROT66. I suppose it’s larger?

d18: head 58mm, body 46mm, height102mm. 3×18650


ROT66: head 49mm, body 45mm, height 110mm, 3×18650

D18 is shorter and thicker at the head. Body is similar.

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Toykeeper: “What I can say is … it’s really bright. Like, really really bright.”

Me: Checking bank account…

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dave101, I don’t have any aircraft hangar bulbs or 30,000 lumen mega-flooders to compare against. But the D18, even in an incomplete dev kit form, is easily the brightest flashlight I’ve ever tried. It won’t be suitable for lighting up an entire hangar, but it sure gives a bedroom a surreal holy aura. To get an idea what it looks like, turn on 15 to 20 60W-equivalent light bulbs all at once.

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Let me know if you need anyone else to do a review? Wink