[M4D deal] Nightwatch NI40 with Luminus SBT90 Gen2 interest list OPEN

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[M4D deal] Nightwatch NI40 with Luminus SBT90 Gen2 interest list OPEN

Hello my dear friends!

today i start the interest list for the upcoming

NIGHTWATCH NI40 STALKER
with a Luminus SBT90 Gen2 LED

preliminary specs:
* Luminus SBT90 Gen2 LED
* 5000 Lumen
* 220 kCd

we expect a price under 70 USD (the LED is very expensive)
codes will be sent to all list entries at once!
(if you wait with placing the order first batch might be sold)

 

you can also send a PM to request the code

[update 3.Jan2020]
i asked Neal when they are back in stock and he anserwed:

Quote:
 about 10 days, I have shipped 100PCS led to the manufacturer
they start to assembly now 


Neal also paused the code until the open orders are fulfilled.

 

pictures from the prototype:

 

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Edited by: M4D M4X on 01/03/2020 - 03:21
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Just sent this mail (with the code)

 

Hey!

 
you are the first 20 (out of 150) to place the order! 
If you do not want to buy within 24 hours let me know so I can give your spot to the next in the list! 
 
the next batch might take 2 or 3 weeks 

 

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I am definitely interested in this one

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Yep put me down thanks

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Interested Evil

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Might be interested but depending on UI.

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Submitted

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Ooo yes!

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Servus Martin,

Thanks for the nice groupbuy opportunity. Form subb'd and very much interested into this model. Some information about the driver specs and the UI would be the icing of the cake. Wink

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as soon as I get updates... 

 

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Submitted. Battery type?

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I would certainly be in for one.

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Interested. Slightly better performance than a dedomed XHP50.2 FT03 whilst being much smaller Shocked

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Definitely interested.

Waiting for UI and driver type which will determine the ability of sustained max output.

Color Temp.? ~5500K?

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Arrhh gosh…already have thrower FT03, now come another one… Crazy nvr mind Wink (why I rather be a moder)

For me, it seem to be completely different output if you take a look at lumen, candela, led size compare to other like xhp50.2(4000lm ?somewhat lower cd)vs sst40(2000lm more cd)

I’m INTERESTED just tell me what kind of battery and driver were used to get the above measurement 5000lm 220kcd

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If turbo can be memorized and is in the mode sequence, I’ll probably buy 10.
For this type of light and rear clicky switch, turbo needs to turn on with single click at a moment’s notice to scan around, not double click.
You can still make double click from any mode for turbo if you want.

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220kcd? hmm (confused) is that correct? the K75 is making 1562.5 with the same emitter Flat Stare

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Interested. Do you know what the actual throw will be with SBT90? Thank you

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hasddie293 wrote:

I’m INTERESTED just tell me what kind of battery and driver were used to get the above measurement 5000lm 220kcd
Their numbers seem to be a bit exaggerated. I dont think they take reflector and lens loss into account. It’ll probably be around 4400 lumens 200kcd.
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Helios azimuth wrote:
Interested. Do you know what the actual throw will be with SBT90? Thank you

Well it says 220kcd which translates to 938m of throw. It will probably be a bit less, maybe about 900 but we won’t really know till someone tests it.
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Interested. submitted my email

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Submitted

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hmmm, i expect better number from that led, maybe 5000lumen and 250kcd

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The_Fat_Controller wrote:
220kcd? hmm (confused) is that correct? the K75 is making 1562.5 with the same emitter Flat Stare

The reason should be the diameter Wink

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Martin,
I am in
Thanks

please ramping in the UI!

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Whats the light-color?
I hope for NW/WW, at least 5000K.

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Interested

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Submitted!

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Thanks, I’m in on this one. Submitted!

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