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Because the color blends with nature rather than contrasting and generally looks faded, dull, and ugly. Eeesh.

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264 wrote:
Ordered an Fenix LD12 S2. Just got it today. L.E.D. tint is green. Does not bother me at all. Why do so many people dislike L.E.D.‘s with a green tint ?

Asking this question was a mistake. Now you’re in danger of being convinced, and subsequently enjoying your new light a little less Silly

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cainn][quote=264 wrote:
Asking this question was a mistake. Now you’re in danger of being convinced, and subsequently enjoying your new light a little less Silly

Exactly haha. I didn’t even understand or care about tint until I started reading here. Now most of my lights are NW and I plan on switching some of my other lights to NW.

Green tints just look very unnatural to me and I prefer a more natural/neutral tint.

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I can tell the light is a bit green but, I am a slightly color blind. It actually helps me see some yellows and reds better. Smile I do not like L.E.D.‘s that have a purple tint. I have trouble being able to see colors with purple light. The L.E.D. might have a longer life having a little green. I think the first L.E.D.‘s that were used in consumer electronics were red, amber, and green.