Manker E12 2AA 650 lumens Flashlight is releasing

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Manker E12 2AA 650 lumens Flashlight is releasing

 

Features:

Emitter: Cree XP-L V5 CW & NW for your choices
Battery: 2 AA batteries
Working Voltage: 0.9Volt-4.2Volt
Maximum Output: 650Lumens
Maximum Beam Intensity: 2300cd
Maximum Beam Distance: 96 Meters
Most efficiency constant current driver, Maximum run time 100 hours
Clip: Stainless steel clip
Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
Waterproof: IPX-8(2 meters under water)
Impact resistance: 2 meters

Size&Weight:
Length: 145mm
Diameter: 20mm
Weight: 51g (without battery)

Accessories:
Stainless steel bezel*1
O-ring *1
Lanyard*1
User manual*1


Output & Runtime:
Moonlight 2lumens(300 hours)
Low 56lumens(16.5 hours)
Medium 260lumens(4.5 hours)
High 650lumens(2 hours)
Strobe 650lumens

Operation:
Tactical switch on the tailcap is the on/off button.
Half press from off to momentary on(memory your last used output) and release for off.
Single click to turn on the light(memory your last used output) and single click for off.
Side switch(modes selection switch)
When the light is on, single click to cycle through the modes as in the figure.
Long press for strobe and single press to your last used mode.
Note: strobe is not included in memory function.

More details please visit:
http://www.mankerlight.com/manker-e1...ed-flashlight/

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i don’t think we need side switch

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Like the modes and UI but in your pics the clip is installed in a very awkward position, half of the flashlight would be outside the pocket. Big Smile

Does turbo mode drops after some time?

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will34 wrote:
Like the modes and UI but in your pics the clip is installed in a very awkward position, half of the flashlight would be outside the pocket. Big Smile

Does turbo mode drops after some time?

They did it here to.

http://www.mankerlight.com/manker-e21-200-lumens-led-flashlight/

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The clip is a problem for me. Why this position? ……..

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Price ?

Sorry I like get straight to the point

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$35.95 USD according to the site linked

It looks like the clip can be positioned toward the head of the light.

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This is a copy of thrunites 2a v3 archer. With 150 more claimed lumens. It also had the pocket clip like that. That stuck halfway out my pocket. It wasn’t a bad light just didn’t reach out far enough for my edc needs. Depending on price this light might make a good gift to a muggle

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Yea. GB in time to get it before Christmas
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Speed4goal wrote:
This is a copy of thrunites 2a v3 archer. With 150 more claimed lumens. It also had the pocket clip like that. That stuck halfway out my pocket. It wasn’t a bad light just didn’t reach out far enough for my edc needs. Depending on price this light might make a good gift to a muggle

Disgusting! Oops

But to be fair apart from the tube and tailcap they’re pretty different looking. The 2a v3 is much more sleek and less expensive. The E12 has a bunch of flat spots and edges with the E-switch further forward on the head.

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can it works with one AA like the two AAA version.

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unknown00101 wrote:
Speed4goal wrote:
This is a copy of thrunites 2a v3 archer. With 150 more claimed lumens. It also had the pocket clip like that. That stuck halfway out my pocket.

Disgusting! Oops

Haven’t I seen this from another thread before Facepalm

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I bought one of these I’ll post some impressions when I get it.

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unknown00101 wrote:
Speed4goal wrote:
This is a copy of…

Disgusting!


Brother, that is the funniest thing I’ve read on the interwebs all week long. Bravo for the quick witted retort and the obscure reference to something only a careful reader- blessed with a good memory- of BLF would pick up on.

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Bravo for the quick witted retort and the obscure reference too


+1

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I wish we could be in contact with the behind-the-scenes people who design the originals, on which the various sellers’ names get painted.

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Why not just sell a longer battery tube for the E11? Is this not basically the same light?

Looks nice nonetheless.

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I like the 14500 / 1-2-3 * AA option in lights. I have an Olight like this ..S10 maybe?

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Nice to see more 2xAA lights on the market. 2xAA is my favorite general-purpose light design.

I’m not sure the side-switch is needed for this design, since it adds complexity to the UI. Also, I’m surprised there isn’t a bit more throw from 650 lumens. It must be quite floody.

But it’s nice to see a 2xAA light that has more output than 500 lumens, since I can get that in a 1xAA design nowadays.

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cmflippen wrote:
Why not just sell a longer battery tube for the E11? Is this not basically the same light?

Looks nice nonetheless.

x2… why not just make a 1AA extension tube for the E11?… and a lot of warnings not to use 2×14500.

On paper it looks like the E11 and E12 use the same driver. Is 650 Lumens roughly what the E11 output would be with 2.4-3 NiMH Volts?

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Or a 2xAA extension tube, to allow 3x NiMH cells.
I’ve made 3xAA lights by adding tubes to several SK68s and #3 zoomies — legoing parts off the “3W Police” lights.
Works out well.

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Any news about group buy of Manker E12 2AA?

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Does anyone know if the head/body/tail will lego with the E11 or UT01?

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Double AA flashlights do nothing for me. The last one I bought was a Fenix LD20. It’s been sitting on a shelf for the past 6 years.

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atbglenn wrote:
Double AA flashlights do nothing for me. The last one I bought was a Fenix LD20. It’s been sitting on a shelf for the past 6 years.

I also did not use my LD20 very much, but sold it about 5 years ago to someone who uses it almost every day (that LD20 looks very used, but still works like new).
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atbglenn wrote:
Double AA flashlights do nothing for me. The last one I bought was a Fenix LD20. It’s been sitting on a shelf for the past 6 years.

For those that like AA lights (such as myself), the 2xAA format makes a good floody outdoor light. It has a good run-time, compared to the 1xAA lights, and usually a bit more output. And if you don’t need a 1000 lumen thrower (that you’d get with a larger 4xAA format), it’s still fairly compact.

I do like my 2xAA Armytek Prime with it’s warm tint. It makes for a good “movie” light, when I want a warm incandescent-like tint, and it has enough run-time to last though even a “Lord of the Rings” length movie!

My other 2xAA lights don’t get a lot of use from me, because they’re cool white. But they make for good bright lights to leave near the door, in case someone needs one for outdoors.

But I don’t see many 2xAA lights offered, compared to the much more popular 1xAA or 1xAAA format. (And lithium-ion format, of course.) So, your opinion may be a popular one.