➡ (GB) STATUS:ACTIVE !! ;-) Klarus P20 Nichia219C

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➡ (GB) STATUS:ACTIVE !! ;-) Klarus P20 Nichia219C

October, 25

ACTIVE NOW Ask me for this

 

 

  1. This Penlinght was bought at my cost and is better than expected.
  2. I think is good for work for 0 cm to 5 meters. (not reflections)
  3. Perfect beam, perfect and nice tint.

I have the Lumintop, Nitecore, Sunwayman, Olight penlights...for close work this is the best with great advantage.

      Nichia 219C LED, 5000K, 50,000 hours lifetime

  • 3 light levels
  • Batteries: 2 AAA alkaline or NI-MH batteries (can’t use 10440 Li-ionbatteries)
  • Size: 133mm(Length)*14.2mm(bezel)*12.9mm(body diameter)
  • Net weight: 26g(without batteries)
  • Working voltage: 1.8-3.3V
  • Lens: PMMA optical material, with light transmittance up to 92% light transmission
  • Color: Black
  • Accessories: O ring
    • High CRI (color rendering index) LED, CRI≥90, (5000K), simulate natural lighting.
    • 2 AAA batteries, easy to power.
    • PMMA optical lens, 92% light transmission.
    • Professional lens system design, soft even spot without dark area to avoid mistakes in exams.
    • Zero blue ray damage (RG0) to the eyes, perfectly suited for pupil examination.
    • Streamlined pen design, lightweight, stylish, easy to carry.
    • Stainless steel clip on aluminum flashlight tube with excellent grip texture.
    • Mode Memery, the last mode will be automatically entered into when turning on after 3 seconds of powering off.

 

My unit:

 

You can ask for this now, I will add you in a list, and I will send you a PM nextly with some information about the light laughing

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Interest in P2O penlight:

  1. cloggy
  2. Pete7874
  3. .
  4. .
  5. .

PM when stock:

Kindle

syracuse

Eivwer

unknown00101

Klotski

eggoo

sless

Kulumatic

charles lin

joechina

netprince

 

 

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Interest list in know information for the best way to buy the _ER40_;1.

 

  1. Trevi_lux
  2. I_SpY
  3. Phantom1
  4. jamaya
  5. mizou51
  6. Ewen
  7. .

(pms sended, not enough people for the Top price. but I will ask again)

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Argh – if it weren’t for the Low being ~70-80 lumens, I’d be all over it! To me, that’s a huge jump up from sub/1.1 lumens.

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Dimensions?

It looks excellent apart from that gap in the modes (a 10-20 inserted between ultra-low and low would be great) and the rubber cover over the USB. Maybe that is just a dust cover and it would have the IPX8 rating without the rubber?

Beam me up!

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Zulumoose wrote:
Dimensions?

It looks excellent apart from that gap in the modes (a 10-20 inserted between ultra-low and low would be great) and the rubber cover over the USB. Maybe that is just a dust cover and it would have the IPX8 rating without the rubber?

Length: 76.45mm
Head Size: 26.70m

I like the clip option.
Abot IPX8 without rubber…I do not have information.

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Anybody know how and where to use 0.7 lumen mode?

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0.7lm is fine, then 10 lumen (best output for reading), then 150, then 990.

Nice light, but too many are like it, the internal charging is not enough to persuade me.

link to djozz tests 

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Silent_Star wrote:
Anybody know how and where to use 0.7 lumen mode?

I use the sublumen mode of my zebralight, utorch UT01 and EagTac D25A…. in the night, really all nights, and I’ve also used it in a movie theater.
If I wake up at 3 in the morning, a light of only 5 lumens already seems to me too much….

Regards from Spain,.. the land of moonlight mode…

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Biggest NO for me is usb port cover. And usb charging as well Smile
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I’m definitely interested

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I listed another minisize, perhaps more interest?…or not….
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sp5it wrote:
Biggest NO for me is usb port cover. And usb charging as well Smile Mike

Biggest yes for me. Smile
I’m interested.

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I have some interest in the E20R.  It reminds me of the Jetbeam EC-R16, though this one has more output.

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maybe—not really — the jump from 1 lumens is too much

what really makes sense is a log scale
1 3 10 30 100 300 1000
every level is about 3x the previous

these levels, make no sense , basically

also what would the cost be?
over $30 no way
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i also wonder why they say

\“Features:

-Mainly used for outdoor camping,EDC,adventuring,searching,rescuing,etc.”

what does that mean? they expect someone to pay more for something so ‘specialized’?
why is not suitable for carrying all the time, work, home, car?

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wle wrote:
maybe—not really — the jump from 1 lumens is too much

what really makes sense is a log scale
1 3 10 30 100 300 1000

wle

6 modes…no thanks. 1/3/10/30…this does not make any sense, sorry. 4 modes for go from 1 to 30 lumens in a edc with side switch…,?:FACEPALM:

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all i can say is, you have apparently never seen this kind of log mode spacing

the reason for it is, the jumps appear even to the eye

could be any factor
1 4 16 64 256 1000

also with memory there is no reason to start on 1

astrolux S1 does a good approximation of this

wle

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CUTE!!!
I know this is going to be too expensive for me, so I will keep it at the $12 On The Road M3 clone (Olight clone) with USB charging and clip i just ordered today.
Or is this one actually affordable?
still, want to know parasitic drain (important on such small cell) and see a review.
But CUTE for sure!

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wle wrote:
all i can say is, you have apparently never seen this kind of log mode spacing

the reason for it is, the jumps appear even to the eye

could be any factor
1 4 16 64 256 1000

also with memory there is no reason to start on 1

astrolux S1 does a good approximation of this

wle

Sure, sir, I know enough about logaritmic perception….. Ultracompact lights for keychain and EDC do not need tons of modes. I respect your opinion.
Is good the logaritm for the tool? (before broke by the alkaleaks case) Enough for bought you one at least….

Although you do not believe it, I have some experience in flashlights, …. test, reviews … perception …. etc.

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In! Cool

' Lumen est omen '

Hope is no option!

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That is exactly why manufacturers ought to check Bistro and Narsil out, now it is often/almost always lots of preferences and a limited choice, while there are suchbgood firmwares where each user can set it up just how they prefer.

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I’m interested

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I do like the Klarus! Although I can’t really figure how it works from their description.

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djozz wrote:
I do like the Klarus! Although I can’t really figure how it works from their description.

Hi djozz, from user manual:

Operation
When OFF, click the side switch to enter into the last
memorized mode when last powered off, click to change
mode, cycle through moonlight(1LM)→Low mode
→Medium mode(45LM)→High mode(600LM or 305LM);
Long press side switch for 1S to enter into the moonlight
mode when OFF.
Long press side switch for 1S to turn OFF when ON;
Quick double-click the side switch to enter into strobe
when the side switch is unlocked; Double click again to
enter into SOS and click to exit.
Lock-Out
Long press the side switch for 5S to lock the flashlight
controls. Press the side switch three times to unlock the
flashlight (The lamp will flash three times to indicate
status change and will flash twice to indicate the
flashlight is failed to unlock).
Battery Capacity Indicator
When OFF, press the side switch three times, the main
lamp flashes to indicate the battery capacity:
Three times: 70%-100% capacity;
Twice: 30%-70% capacity;
Once: less than 30% capacity;
The lamp flashes twice every three minutes when battery
at less than 10% capacity, replace battery
immediately;
Note: The lamp will display as above only when using
16340 Li-ion batteries. “

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The Miller wrote:
…. the $12 On The Road M3 clone (Olight clone) with USB charging and clip i just ordered today. ….

do you have a link please ?
thanks

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I was not allowed to post links/ specs within this thread!!! (??)

' Lumen est omen '

Hope is no option!

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looks good, is there are going to be 18650 version?

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I like the Mi1C. Smaller than the Olight S1baton, now that is small.

Olight: Diameter=21mm, Length=61mm
Mi1C: Diameter=20.5, Length=54.5mm

But I’m not sure I like this statement: “Fade-in and Fade-out function when the turbo mode is the initial mode for on and off to promote eye safety and improve user experience.” I don’t like lights that have 100% as the first level – it makes sense for police/fire departments (actual tactical use), but not for me where I don’t want to blind myself each time I turn on the light. I would need to know more about how the UI works before considering ordering.

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Charga wrote:

I was not allowed to post links/ specs within this thread!!! (??).

Thank you.

I explain, for the sake of the forum, sometimes it is not convenient to put links of products that are asked about interest.
And if the one who opens the thread does not put them, it is the right thing not to do. I thought it was not necessary to indicate it here, because we all know how it works.

(specs are on manufacturer web, you can copy here if you want , is not neccesary link to store)

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