[Released] Manker E02 II 420 Lumens AAA/10440 EDC Flashlight with Magnetic Tail & Reversible Clip

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[Released] Manker E02 II 420 Lumens AAA/10440 EDC Flashlight with Magnetic Tail & Reversible Clip

Manker E02 II 420 Lumens AAA/10440 EDC Flashlight with Magnetic Tail & Reversible Clip

 

 

 

Features:
1. Ultra Compact and Lightweight but high lumens output - Length is 2.86 inches (72.6mm) and weighs only 0.75 ounces (21.2 grams) but it can offer max. 420 lumens output.
2. Multi purpose Angle Flashlight with Adjustable Elastic Headband (option) & Magnetic Tail Cap & Reversible Clip - offers us an almost infinite possibilities of use: it is comfortable, wear on the head (option), clips onto brim of hat for hands free use, on a table, hooked in trouser pocket, shirt, key chain, a cinch of a backpack, side of the car, refrigerator, any small field house, tent... 
3. Extremely Durable & Waterproof IPX-8 & 2 Meters Drop Test- The aluminum housing with premium type-III military spec anodizing helps make the light extremely durable and abrasion resistant. PMMA high transmittance TIR optical lens is waterproof silicone o-ring and stainless steel bezel sealed. tact switch is waterproof silicone gasket, sainless steel button cap and stainless steel bezel pealed. IPX8 water-resistant; 2 meter impact resistance tested.
4. User-friendly One Button Interface - Easy & simple operation. 
5. New Lock out & Moonlight Setting - Lock out can prevent the light accidental turn on. When in moonlight mode, you can hold button to adjust 5-6 different stable,no flicker moonlights.

Specification:
Emitter: 1 x Luminus SST20 (Cool White: 6500K, Neutral White: 4000K CRI>95)
Power by 1 x AAA or 10440 battery (Battery NOT Included)
Working Voltage: 0.7-1.8V, 3.0-4.3V
Max Output: 220 lumens (using an Eneloop AAA NiMH battery)
                   420 lumens (using a 10440 li-ion battery)
Max Beam Intensity: 730 cd (using an Eneloop AAA NiMH battery)
                               1300 cd (using a 10440 li-ion battery)
Max Beam Distance: 55 meters (using an Eneloop AAA NiMH battery)
                               72 meters (using a 10440 li-ion battery)
Max run time: 230 hours (using an Eneloop AAA NiMH battery)
Driver: Most efficiency constant current circuit (using an AAA battery)
Protection: Reverse polarity protection
Lock-out Mode: Prevents accidental activation
Moonlight Mode: Multiple user selectable moonlight levels
Material: Aircraft-grade aluminum body
Surface Treatment: Premium type-III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
Button Cap: Stainless steel
Clip: Stainless steel reversible clip
Tail-cap: Magnetic
Tail-stand Capability: Yes
Lens: PMMA high transmittance TIR optical lens
Waterproof Standard: IPX-8 (up to 2 meters)
Impact Resistance: 2 meters
Size: 72.6mm length x 19.2mm head dia. x 15.3mm body dia.
Weight: 21.2gram (without battery)
Accessories: Spare o-ring, key ring, stainless steel clip

 

More info, welcome to http://www.mankerlight.com/manker-e02-ii-420-lumens-aaa-10440-edc-flashlight-with-magnetic-tail-reversible-clip/

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Manker E05 Ti 400 Lumens Titanium AA / 14500 Flashlight With OSRAM KW CSLNM1.TG LED

Features
Emitter: 1* OSRAM KW CSLNM1.TG
Battery: 1* AA / 14500 (Battery NOT Included)
Working Voltage: 0.9v-1.8v, 2.8v-4.2v
Maximum 400 lumens output (driver by 14500 battery)
Maximum beam intensity: 15625cd (driver by 14500 battery)
Maximum beam distance: 250meters (driver by 14500 battery)
Maximum run time: 500hours (driver by Eneloop Pro AA battery)
Body: Made of titanium alloy
Clip: Stainless steel deep carry clip
Reflector: Smooth (SMO)
Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
Built-in tritium groove and lanyard hole
Tail Stand Capability
Physical reverse polarity protection
Waterproof: IPX-8(2 meters under water)
Impact resistance: 2 meters

More technical data, welcome to check https://store-4buand9rva.mybigcommerce.com/manker-e05-ti-400-lumens-titanium-aa-14500-flashlight-with-osram-kw-cslnm1-tg-led/

 

Manker E03H Headlamp XPL CW/ Nichia 219C AA battery is releasing

 

Specification:

Emitter: CREE XP-L LED / Nichia 219C LED
Maximum 350 lumens output XP-L CW / 240 lumens output Nichia 219C
Maximum beam intensity: 840cd
Maximum beam distance: 58meters
Working voltage: 0.6 -1.8v
Waterproof: IPX-8, 2 meters under wanter
Impact resistance: 2 meters
Driver: Most efficiency constant current circuit
Material: Aircraft-grade aluminum body
Surface teatment: Premium type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish
Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
Magnet tailcap
Dimensions: 78mm length x 20mm head diamter
Weight: 80g (headband included)
Accessories: O-ring *1, Lanyard *1, User manual *1, Pocket clip *1, Filter (white, red, green)

 

Brightness Levels & run-time:
Moonlight: 0.1lm 175hrs,
Low: 12lm 30hrs,
Mid: 50lm 7.5hrs,
High: 140lm 3hrs,
Turbo: 350-140lm 3min-2.8hrs,
Strobe: 350lm.


Operation:

 

1.When the flashlight is off, one click, access to moonlight mode (left part of the figure),one click to circle: moonlight - Low - High. Long press for off. 2.When the flashlight is off, long press to access to the mode your last use as in left part of the figure (Memory function), one click for circle. Long press for off.
3.When the flashlight is off, double click access to Turbo, one click for circle. Long press for off.
4.When the flashlight is on, double click to switch between the two groups(left and right part of the figure)

Lock out:
One click-Double-Triple from any mode to lock out the flashlight.(The main Led will keep on shine with an outputof 0.1 lumens for 5 seconds and then shut off)

More information please visit: http://www.mankerlight.com/manker-e0...with-headband/

Mail:sales@mankerlight.com

Web: www.mankerlight.com

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Edited by: Mankerlight on 07/28/2020 - 22:21
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What’s the color temperature of the “warm white” 219C version, same as the E02?

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I’m worried the diffuser is going to remind me of the girl I loved so much. We were having a great time together, and everything was going so well. Then someday she was gone, just disappeared out of my life without a warning or note. Just gone.

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Looks good,
checks off alot of boxes for me ……but what about 14500 li-ion?

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hIKARInoob wrote:
I’m worried the diffuser is going to remind me of the girl I loved so much. We were having a great time together, and everything was going so well. Then someday she was gone, just disappeared out of my life without a warning or note. Just gone.

that was a reminder to get new girlfriend

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Thats the perfect backup lamp for the car. With a 1.5V Energizer Lithium battery you can store it for over 10a.

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Can some one make full review of IT

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What is the CCT for Nichia and what are the runtimes using Eneloop?

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Can you show size comparison with e02?

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hIKARInoob wrote:
I’m worried the diffuser is going to remind me of the girl I loved so much. We were having a great time together, and everything was going so well. Then someday she was gone, just disappeared out of my life without a warning or note. Just gone.

Maybe they will sell spare girls, so you can buy a few spare girls and keep them hidden in places for when you need them. Big Smile

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DBSAR wrote:
hIKARInoob wrote:
I’m worried the diffuser is going to remind me of the girl I loved so much. We were having a great time together, and everything was going so well. Then someday she was gone, just disappeared out of my life without a warning or note. Just gone.

Maybe they will sell spare girls, so you can buy a few spare girls and keep them hidden in places for when you need them. Big Smile

I do have a couple of them locked up in the basem… Hold on, I shouldn’t be saying this, never mind.

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Awesome !

I love AA headlamps , and i like the optional diffuser too …

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Just one more step, please…E04 18650.

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is that diffuser removeable?

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I am quite sure the diffuser is only clipsed.
I am interested how the different colors are achieved. By three different colored diffuser or with on diffuser and two colored discs.

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When is Amazon is going to have these in stock?

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“Lock out: One click-Double-Triple from any mode to lock out the flashlight.(The main Led will keep on shine with an outputof 0.1 lumens for 5 seconds and then shut off)”

Can anyone decipher this into an understandable phrase? It is the same procedure on the E02 I think.

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click once, click twice, click 3 times. Lockout achieved. Same to unlock

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Looks like an interesting headlamp. Interested to see some reviews.

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Got this from Manker:

Thanks for your support to Manker.
The diffusers are removable and it comes with Red, Green, and white filters.

Yours sincerely,
Jason

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Love the E02 i have, (and Manker as top notch customer service!) looking forward to testing one of these new E03H models.

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I might be able to answer a few questions since I’ve been in contact with Manker a number of times over the last few months. They are currently working on releasing the 18650 version. They couldn’t tell me whether the design would allow for a 18350 tube. As for the E03H, it does not support 14500 cells. If you put a li-ion cell in the light, it will give you a single mode – turbo/dd. This is the same thing that happens in the E02 if you put a 10440 cell in it.

Maybe we can get a better description as to why because I was not able to fully understand the response they gave me. I’ve quoted it below in case anyone can make sense of it.

“_It is easy to make it support 14500 battery but we have to sacrifice the reverse polarity function ( remove the Physical reverse polarity ring on the head).
As you know that forums members complained about batteries types Manker drivers requested so we just want to make things easy._”

I don’t recall BLF complaining about battery types for Manker drivers, so i’m not sure what they are referring to. All I know is that I was really looking forward to a 14500 compatible light that matched the quality of the E02 I already have. I’m a little bummed.
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hIKARInoob wrote:
I’m worried, is going to remind me of the girl I loved so much. We were having a great time together, and everything was going so well. Then someday she was gone, just disappeared out of my life without a warning or note. Just gone.

I dated her also!

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things would be a lot more complicated than they already are.”
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This light looks very tempting – AA, angle head, magnet! Hope to see some reviews soon.

Overkill is just about enough!

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This looks like a nice successor/addition for/to my AA Zebralights.

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Aha, so this is the one and only topic about this light.
I didn’t search for E03H, just E03 (probably means without headband).

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Oooh…. 14500 support would have been nice, but 350lm turbo kinda makes up for it, although 3 min before step down is a let down.

Price?

People say I’m a flashaholic like it’s a bad thing…

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$30 manker store on Ebay sells it, maybe Amazon too.

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Jerommel wrote:
$30 manker store on Ebay sells it, maybe Amazon too.

Thanks, Jerommel.

People say I’m a flashaholic like it’s a bad thing…

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Jerommel wrote:
$30 manker store on Ebay sells it, maybe Amazon too.

that’s the info I’ve been waiting for. Thanks for digging it up Thumbs Up

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