#GB16 : CRELANT V4A 1052lm CREE XP-L HI 4xAA Flashlight - ACTIVE

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#GB16 : CRELANT V4A 1052lm CREE XP-L HI 4xAA Flashlight - ACTIVE

CRELANT V4A (2016, summer) CREE XP-L HI 4*AA 1052LM Camping Outdoor EDC LED Flashlight

 

 

 

Specifications:

Product name: CRELANT V4A Cree XP-L HI AA 1052LM LED Flshlight
Brand: CRELANT
Model: V4A
Emitter Type: Cree XP-L HI
Material: Aluminum
Bezel : stainless steel
Total Emitters: 1
Mode: Low (stepless)*, High, (hidden Strobe and SOS)
Max Lumens: 1052LM
Battery Configurations: 4 x AA Battery (Not included)
Switch Type: Clicky
Switch Location: Side
Working Voltage: 2.7V - 6V
Range: 200-500m
Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass
Waterproof: IPX-8
Weight: 205g (without battery)
Size: 124mm (Length) x 41.5mm (Body) x 41.5mm (Head)

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Official CRELANT Specification:

  • CREE new XP-L Hi LED with a lifespan of up to 50,000 hours
  • Maximum output 1095 lumens (ANSI FL-1 standard)
  • Working Voltage: 2.7V - 6V DC
  • High efficient constant current circuit and output-luminance
  • Durable,custom-designed Microcontroller drive circuit
  • Side switch high mode switch and mode changing infinite variable
    brightness side switch (Hidden strobe and SOS, double click the side switch quickly)
  • Mil.Spec.Type III hard anodized aircraft grade 6063-T6 aluminum alloy
  • Ergonomic grip with anti-roll design
  • Bezel : stainless steel
  • High performance aluminum SMO reflector for far throw
  • Compatible Battery: 4 x AA batteries
  • Body colour: Gray
  • Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass
  • Waterproof : IPX-8 Standard
  • Dimensions: 124mm (Length) x 41.5mm (Body) x 41.5mm (Head)
  • Net weight: 205g (without battery)
  • Lanyard, spare o-ring

Review:

Edited by: freeme on 02/12/2017 - 20:09
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username / tint (default is Cool White)

  1. Freeme
  2. Freeme NW
  3. bikenber73
  4. casi29061965 NW
  5. Norddeutscher NW
  6. Norddeutscher NW
  7. Beachlogger NW
  8. Corzy NW
  9. shan6oob
  10. shan6oob
  11. Moe_Suki
  12. mattlward NW
  13. Wieselflinkpro NW
  14. Mstevens113 NW
  15. antiparanoico NW
  16. Bc412
  17. Lund1660
  18. Lund1660 NW
  19. Eivwer NW
  20. ace0001a NW
  21. Moe_Suki
  22. dodo NW
  23. No Agenda NW
  24. ObiWan-Kenobi (unless the UI requires holding > 0.5s to turn on)
  25. Nicolicous NW
  26. Calmaja NW
  27. gisewhcs NW
  28. gisewhcs NW
  29. gungoat 
  30. zelee NW
  31. Bogdan NW
  32. glockboy_c
  33. jamjar NW
  34. gleamer NW
  35. tjhabak NW
  36. cigma NW
  37. tekwyzrd NW
  38. jmpaul320 NW (w/o PWM)
  39. carmantl NW
  40. leroycp-1
  41. leroycp-2 NW
  42. leroycp-3
  43. leroycp-4
  44. fourhumors NW
  45. Slim Pickens NW
  46. ReManG NW
  47. saypat (1-3)
  48. Andybibbville
  49. DEL NW
  50. hanshanshans NW
  51. alejandrov NW
  52. alejandrov NW
  53. alejandrov
  54. alphazeta NW
  55. Beachlogger NW
  56. pilopilo38 NW
  57. Bohemian NW
  58. sb56637 NW
  59. Hunter
  60. WalkIntoTheLight NW (depends on full specs)
  61. chooma
  62. qandeel NW
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nice one,any reflector pics ?

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SMO reflector.

nofearek9 wrote:
nice one,any reflector pics ?
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not much love with AA

Big Smile

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Ni-MH is more suitable as a backup flashlight stored inside your car glove compartment. 

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not much love with AA :-D
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the design is nice but if this can pump atleast 1500 lumens or lower the price for mod then it got my attention Smile

now day 1000 lumens is the minimum bench mark.

Convoy s2+ 8×7135 small size does the job and give out same brightness

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I ll do it. I am a sucker for the AA’s Glasses

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Neutral white (3A) option will be available for V4A group buy.

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I`m in for one NW !
Thanks freeme!

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Moin Moin

I would take 2 NW.
Thanks freeme for the groupby.

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In at 27$ Thumbs Up love me some crelant
Is this gearbeast?

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One NW for me please.

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im in for tow.

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NW (neutral white) will cost a dollar more than CW (cool white). There will be additional one week of lead time to prepare for NW assembly. Please let me know your tint preference, so that Neal could get ready to order ASAP. 

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One NW for me please

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Cool white

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Put me on this list, good car light. I really don’t like 18 and 26 650’s stored in the car in the summer. NW

EDC rotation:
Convoy S2+, 6*7135, XM-L2 3D, 10 degree TIR, PilotDog lighted tailcap.
Convoy S2+, H17F, XM-L2 4C, lighted tailcap
Zebralight SC52w-L2
Olight S1A
Olight S1R

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Is it really a clicky-switch?
Sounds strange with ramping.
But if it really has a clicky (no drain on batteries while off), count me in for two!

/Edit: I forgot, NW please!

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I take one NW.

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Looks comparable to the Thrunite tn4a hi which I’ve always fancied.

What’s the throw like on this compared to the thrunite? That has a 52340cd rating, I can’t see a figure anywhere for the crelant.

If it’s comparable I’d be interested in a NW.

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It should be electronic side switch.Do you still want to be in?

gisewhcs wrote:
Is it really a clicky-switch? Sounds strange with ramping. But if it really has a clicky (no drain on batteries while off), count me in for two! /Edit: I forgot, NW please!
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I am interested, at $26 $27 (NW) and depending on review and seller.

If anything can go wrong, it will.
Matter will be damaged in direct proportion to its value.

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Like you’ve said, I’d like to use them as a backup in the glovebox. So it doesn’t make sense to me if it drains the batteries with quietesence current. Could you ask Neal about that point?

/Another edit: or is there some kind of lockout possible?

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Good question, I will ask vendor to find standby current drain issue with manufacturer. Other than having a tailcap switch, what other option do we have to address is problem?

V4A is a brand new design, some of it specs have yet to be published. Please give them some time to update them in the coming weeks.  

gisewhcs wrote:
Like you've said, I'd like to use them as a backup in the glovebox. So it doesn't make sense to me if it drains the batteries with quietesence current. Could you ask Neal about that point? /Another edit: or is there some kind of lockout possible?
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Dear freeme , could you change my order into NW ?

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I’m in for one

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freeme wrote:

Good question, I will ask vendor to find standby current drain issue with manufacturer. Other than having a tailcap switch, what other option do we have to address is problem?

Anodized threads is the usual way to handle lockout.

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1 nuetral white and one clear white, thank you.

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It is not that straightforward.

Simple Lock-out Mod for EA4, F40A, etc. - DBSAR
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/35071

Nitecore EC4 stand by current drain - texas shooter
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/41679

 

WalkIntoTheLight wrote:
Anodized threads is the usual way to handle lockout.
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Ok, sounds like banggood is the seller
Please put me in for one neutral white Smile

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