SolarStorm Warrior-II 3xCREE XM-L2 T6 1A 2500-lumen 3x18650 LED Flashlight

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SolarStorm Warrior-II 3xCREE XM-L2 T6 1A 2500-lumen 3x18650 LED Flashlight

Hi Guys ,

NEW lights in stock now!! It’s very bright , driver at 3A on high mode.

SolarStorm Warrior-II 3xCREE XM-L2 T6 1A 4×18650 LED Flashlight
http://www.fancyflashlights.com/goods.php?id=647

Price: 65usd shipped by HK/SG registered post

Descriptions:

Dimensions: 57mm(HD)×134mm(L)×47mm(TD)
Weight: 295g (Without battery)
LED: Newest Genuine 3×CREE XM-L2 T6 1A LED
Battery: 3/ 18650 (not included)
Circuit: Digital CC circuit; Driven at 3A*3 on high
Mode: High-Low-SOS-Hidden Strobe,
Custom-setting Low Mode, Momentary on function.
Dimming: Electronic side button switch
Lumens: H 2500- L (1500~150 )-SOS 2500-Strobe 2130
Runtime: H 1h10min – L (2h35min~21h5min) – SOS 1h45min – Storbe 1h55min
Material: Aluminum alloy
Lens: Impact-resistant optical lens
Reflector: Metal smooth reflector
Waterproof: IPX-8, unable to support dive use.
Head & Tail: Aluminum alloy bezel ring, tailstanding tail cap

Accessories: Landyard ; Gift Box





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Looks good, but it doesn’t look like having XM-L2 T6 from the picture, more likely 1st generation XM-L instead.

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bibihang wrote:
Looks good, but it doesn’t look like having XM-L2 T6 from the picture, more likely 1st generation XM-L instead.

Yes, Will renew the pic soon. Do not have time today.

Ric

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So, this vs Skyray King, can we classify this as slightly more on the flooder side?

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It says 4x18650 in the first post. But it seems to be 3x18650 on the pictures.

Looking cool. Same size as Skyray King or Nitecore TM11. Why are there no budget flashlights with a two-stage switch like the TM11.. that would be so cool.

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If it really pushes 3A to EACH emitter, it should work quite well, but that has yet to be seen. Its bigger brother was grossly under-driven; in spite of all the design effort and marketing. :Sp Im a bit concerned about the lack of structural support to hold the cells in place and keep them perpendicular to the contact plate when assembled. Looks like they will just rattle around against each other in the tube.

Ric, is there a chance that you can test how many amps for us?

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is this brighter than the skyray king and kung?

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Looks nice!