Haikelite MT07S CREE XHP70.2 Flashlight--now released

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Haikelite MT07S CREE XHP70.2 Flashlight--now released

*Another new powerful flashlight from HaikeLite. *

MT07S 5000 Lumens , 750meter throw, full current regulation with a lot of nice UI function

Specifications:

Emitter: CREE XHP70.2 NW 4800K

Meterial: Aluminum Alloy , HAIII Anodising

Battery: 4×18650 (Recommend Sanyo 18650 GA 3500mah 18650)

Reflector:SMO Aluminum Reflector

Lens: Double Side AR coating Glass Lens

Bezel: Stainless Steel

Waterproof: IPX8

Max Output: 5000 Lumens

Max runtime: moonlight 1 lumens—60 days

Digital Full Current Regulation

Anti-reverse protection

Anti-discharge protection

Demension: 175mm x 66mm x50mm

Netweight: 470 gram

Accessories: landyard,O rings,Tripod Mounting Screw

Brightness Modes:

Low: 150 Lumens
Medium I: 450 Lumens
Medium II: 1000 Lumens;
High: 2200 Lumens
Hidden Turbo:5000~5500 Lumens (double click at any time)
Double click again:Strobe

Hidden Moonlight:1 ~3 Lumens (In off status A long click for 2 seconds to access moonlight. )

Thermal control Remove / Activation:MT07S comes with thermal control by default. If you want to remove thermal step-down , turn the moonlight mode on first and press the switch for 3 seconds to remove thermal control function. When you see a signal flash, it means the thermal control function has been removed, and MT07S will have no step down any more.

The thermal control function will recover when you cut off the power supply.

User Interface:

single click on; single click off

Long click to change modes ; Double click to Turbo ; Double click again to Strobe ;

With last mode memory

In off status a long click for 2 seconds to access moonlight mode ; another long click for 3 seconds to remove thermal control. Cut off the battery power to recover thermal control.

Lockout Function:

A single click followed by long click to lockout the switch. Repeat to unlock.

Power indication light: (LED indicator under the metal switch button)

100%~50% Blue led on
50%~9% Blue led flashes
Blow 9% Red led flashes



Camera setting : Shutter- 1.3S ; Aperture F4; IOS 200

MT07S XHP70.2 NW 4800K ; SMO Reflector



MT07S CREE XHP70.2 NW SMO Reflector VS MT07 Buffalo XHP70 CW 6500K OP Reflector

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Nice Thumbs Up
Would love to see size comparison between MT07 and MT07s.

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So, where can you get it?

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“750meter throw” now you got my attention Big Smile

what about the price?

Can you lend me some money to buy new flashlights?

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I wonder if there is going to be an MT03S as well… in 4S configuration instead of the current 2S2P.

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The effect in dark seen close to a car headlight, how much is it ?

 

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alistomasion wrote:

The effect in dark seen close to a car headlight, how much is it ?


 

Double brighter than car light. MSAP is 65usd~69usd

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hIKARInoob wrote:
I wonder if there is going to be an MT03S as well… in 4S configuration instead of the current 2S2P.

MT03 is not going to make a smaller version, considering the huge heat from 10 000 lumens MT03 size is good for heat sinking

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HaikeLite Official wrote:
hIKARInoob wrote:
I wonder if there is going to be an MT03S as well… in 4S configuration instead of the current 2S2P.

MT03 is not going to make a smaller version, considering the huge heat from 10 000 lumens MT03 size is good for heat sinking

how about triple XHP35 HI?

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What happened to the website? http://www.haikelite.top/

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Domain expired.

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Really excited to see this new version. Will there be a model with cool white led?

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Matthew

 

 

 

 

 

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Could someone clear up the specs on this light? Is this light 4500, 5000, or 5500 lumens and is the max throw 500 or 750 meters? Thanks.

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looks good!

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what you mean “ no step down”, the light maintains the output even it reachs 100*C ?

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cccpull wrote:
Could someone clear up the specs on this light? Is this light 4500, 5000, or 5500 lumens and is the max throw 500 or 750 meters? Thanks.

CW 5000lumens; NW—4500lumens. KCD shows 550meters distance

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mrheosuper wrote:
what you mean “ no step down”, the light maintains the output even it reachs 100*C ?

If you shut down the thermal control, the output will maintains even it reachs 80 degree C.

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i like your flashlights mostly (tested 3 of them)
but idea to put XHP with SMO is strange.

i mean XHP performs best with OP.
may be you guy thought about XPL-hi or L2 there? good old decisions for throwers.

anyway, i`m glad to see that you keep on doing new stuff.

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Narmattaru wrote:
i like your flashlights mostly (tested 3 of them) but idea to put XHP with SMO is strange. i mean XHP performs best with OP. may be you guy thought about XPL-hi or L2 there? good old decisions for throwers. anyway, i`m glad to see that you keep on doing new stuff.

It's XHP70.2, not XHP70. The XHP70.2 performs well with an SMO - if focused well, cant see the black hole, and throw is definitely better. In fact if you are interested in max throw, we've been using SMO's with  the XHP70 in the past. Now pretty much we are all switching to the XHP70.2.

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Narmattaru wrote:
i like your flashlights mostly (tested 3 of them)
but idea to put XHP with SMO is strange.

i mean XHP performs best with OP.
may be you guy thought about XPL-hi or L2 there? good old decisions for throwers.

anyway, i`m glad to see that you keep on doing new stuff.


I’ve got some 70 vs 70.2 in an L6 with SMO comparison pictures here.
http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/1163171#comment-1163171

If you look at the darker shots you can see the improved beam pattern of the 70.2. The dark hole is much reduced. When viewed at normal brightness levels the 70.2 appears very smooth. I got 830 meters on my light and I know my numbers are a bit lower than average.

My Convoy L6 thread with XHP70.2, Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil v1.2 ramping firmware, lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well.
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/54477

My Supfire L5-S thread with XHP70, Texas Avenger FET driver, NarsilM ramping firmware and lighted side switch. My mini L6! http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55746

6 NarsilM user videos https://www.youtube.com/user/JasonWW2000

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HaikeLite Official wrote:
mrheosuper wrote:
what you mean “ no step down”, the light maintains the output even it reachs 100*C ?

If you shut down the thermal control, the output will maintains even it reachs 80 degree C.


woah, there is a chance i can boil an egg with this light, i guess Silly

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Hi

My MT07S stopped working after one day.
Work dwo modes, in one flicker, I can not turn off the flashlight.
The flashlight (the reflector) probably I see smoke rising.

What could be damaged?

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zieloczek100 wrote:
Hi

My MT07S stopped working after one day.
Work dwo modes, in one flicker, I can not turn off the flashlight.
The flashlight (the reflector) probably I see smoke rising.

What could be damaged?

Probably driver (I mean what else?). I’d contact vendor immediately for DOA warranty.

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@hIKARInoob, thanks for the quick reply.
Tomorrow I can record a video that shows the damage.

Are you from HaikeLite?

In many reviews people write that this model can work with 2 * 18650 – is not that true?

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zieloczek100 wrote:
@hIKARInoob, thanks for the quick reply.
Tomorrow I can record a video that shows the damage.

Are you from HaikeLite?

In many reviews people write that this model can work with 2 * 18650 – is not that true?

Hey how are you man? No I’m not from Haikelite, hehe. From what I know, the MT07S is 4S (4 cells in series), so you do need all four cells for the light to work. This is not the case with the larger MT07 which can operate with just two cells.
Both Banggood and Gearbest have a DOA (dead on arrival) warranty. Within three days for Banggood and seven days for Gearbest (IIRC), if you report a defect, then you don’t have to pay for shipping to China. So it’s best to upload video to Youtube and report problem within this period.