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My guess is mt09r xhp 35 hi will throw about 120k lux.

Remmeber xhp70.2 is brighter , floody, little bit throw.
Xhp 35hi is pure throw light..

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Are you going to test the charger as well? Or maybe you can get more pics and specs?

 

If he includes one in the package with the 35 high sure will, can never have too many chargers...

I wish there was a way people could actually see that blast of light and massive chunks of aluminum this is made from. This is like their MT03 and MT07S very thick very heavy dense aluminum.

Best part is that it really does what it is supposed to do.

It does step down.. At 55 degreesC it will step down but as soon as it does you can kick it right back into turbo and it will stay their for another 60 seconds and step down again. You can do this over and over as long as you can stand the heat. So basically it will hold that max output as long as the batteries hold out. That is why I have not bothered with a run time test. You can just keep kicking it right back in all you want to.

When the 35 high arrives I do need to check lumen output after step down. I realized this morning I had not done that...

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The 35 high will be the customers that want a much tighter and much farther throwing light. Still enough power and light output to light up a smaller area at long distances. 600 meters for the 35 high should be a walk in the park.

600 meters??? Have the specs on the XHP35HI version been downgraded since it was announced on the original feeler page as being “The throw of triple 35-Hi is over 300 000 cd, over 1000 meter distance, with 7500 lumens.” at http://budgetlightforum.com/node/57927

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The 35 high will be the customers that want a much tighter and much farther throwing light. Still enough power and light output to light up a smaller area at long distances. 600 meters for the 35 high should be a walk in the park.
600 meters??? Have the specs on the XHP35HI version been downgraded since it was announced on the original feeler page as being "The throw of triple 35-Hi is over 300 000 cd, over 1000 meter distance, with 7500 lumens." at http://budgetlightforum.com/node/57927[/quote]

 

Read the entire context of the message... I am comparing it to the 70.2 version or any other light that has a 600 meter est. throwing range.

 

And I have not yet tested the 35 high myself so the calculated distance could be a bit lower or higher... I will know for sure when the sample arrives.  

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My bad.. i said xhp35 hi version will be 120k lux.. this light have deep reflector. I think its more of 250k lux in the throw version.,,

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My bad.. i said xhp35 hi version will be 120k lux.. this light have deep reflector. I think its more of 250k lux in the throw version.,,

 

I am past ready to get the 35 high here the first test will be the distance and candela calculations... 

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I’m really interested in the Flood performance of the MT09R XHP70.2 compared to the Astrolux MF01, Noctigon M43, and Haikelite MT03. I want a powerful flood light.

Great video btw!

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I'm really interested in the Flood performance of the MT09R XHP70.2 compared to the Astrolux MF01, Noctigon M43, and Haikelite MT03. I want a powerful flood light. Great video btw!
just head over to the group buy page and order up . 

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 I thought I would add this to give you a little better view of the distance of the video footage... 

 

This is that farthermost cove.. 

 

 

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Just hope you get a chance to post beamshots of XHP35 version before 1/31! Can’t jump onboard sight unseen.

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Just hope you get a chance to post beamshots of XHP35 version before 1/31! Can't jump onboard sight unseen.

 

It should be here sometime in this coming week... 

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arficus wrote:
Just hope you get a chance to post beamshots of XHP35 version before 1/31! Can’t jump onboard sight unseen.

No risk no fun! Big Smile And for 108$ its quit a good deal. Maybe were not getting the full 7500 lumen, but 6500 lumen should be possible. But im also quit interested in Terry’s review and the first live beamshots/videos.

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arficus wrote:
Just hope you get a chance to post beamshots of XHP35 version before 1/31! Can't jump onboard sight unseen.
No risk no fun! Big Smile And for 108$ its quit a good deal. Maybe were not getting the full 7500 lumen, but 6500 lumen should be possible. But im also quit interested in Terry's review and the first live beamshots/videos.

 

If it does not hit 8k lumen this will be the first light from Haikelite that I will have reviewed. tested or just owned that did not make it's claimed output level.

 

And the deal is a very good deal... You are not going to see these 3 months from now marked down to dealer cost... I never blame anyone for waiting to see first and my sample is on the way and should arrive one day this week hopefully. If not then very early next week.

 

Yesterday when I posted the total number of lights left on the group buy there were only about 150 left... Hope fully it is enough to give everyone time..

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Phil_84 wrote:
arficus wrote:
Just hope you get a chance to post beamshots of XHP35 version before 1/31! Can’t jump onboard sight unseen.
No risk no fun! Big Smile And for 108$ its quit a good deal. Maybe were not getting the full 7500 lumen, but 6500 lumen should be possible. But im also quit interested in Terry’s review and the first live beamshots/videos.

 


If it does not hit 8k lumen this will be the first light from Haikelite that I will have reviewed. tested or just owned that did not make it’s claimed output level.


 


And the deal is a very good deal… You are not going to see these 3 months from now marked down to dealer cost… I never blame anyone for waiting to see first and my sample is on the way and should arrive one day this week hopefully. If not then very early next week.


 


Yesterday when I posted the total number of lights left on the group buy there were only about 150 left… Hope fully it is enough to give everyone time..

Hm, but im still a bit sceptical about those 7500 lumens. Dont get me wrong, my order has already been placed for the XHP35 variant, but i havent seen any supplier yet delivering a flashlight with XHP35 and 2500 lumens. 2200 is more likely, which would make 6600 lumens total.
But everything is just speculation until you can do a measurement. I would really like to be wrong here! Party

EDIT: Ok, just to proof myself wrong, Acebeam K70 and Manker MK35 f.e. have more thank 2500 lumens, but they are single LED lights, not triple like the MT09R. Glasses

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Phil_84 wrote:
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Phil_84 wrote:
arficus wrote:
Just hope you get a chance to post beamshots of XHP35 version before 1/31! Can't jump onboard sight unseen.
No risk no fun! Big Smile And for 108$ its quit a good deal. Maybe were not getting the full 7500 lumen, but 6500 lumen should be possible. But im also quit interested in Terry's review and the first live beamshots/videos.

 

If it does not hit 8k lumen this will be the first light from Haikelite that I will have reviewed. tested or just owned that did not make it's claimed output level.

 

And the deal is a very good deal... You are not going to see these 3 months from now marked down to dealer cost... I never blame anyone for waiting to see first and my sample is on the way and should arrive one day this week hopefully. If not then very early next week.

 

 

 

Yesterday when I posted the total number of lights left on the group buy there were only about 150 left... Hope fully it is enough to give everyone time..

Hm, but im still a bit sceptical about those 7500 lumens. Dont get me wrong, my order has already been placed for the XHP35 variant, but i havent seen any supplier yet delivering a flashlight with XHP35 and 2500 lumens. 2200 is more likely, which would make 6600 lumens total. But everything is just speculation until you can do a measurement. I would really like to be wrong here! Party EDIT: Ok, just to proof myself wrong, Acebeam K70 and Manker MK35 f.e. have more thank 2500 lumens, but they are single LED lights, not triple like the MT09R. :GLASSES:

 

The same was said about the 70.2 version and not only did it make the 15k mark it surpassed it at 16k... Remember the TA style driver so it is going to be driven almost as well as most aftermarket modded lights.

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And even if it only came in at 7500 lumen they have tested it at the factory and got 300000 candela which would give it 1k meter throw..

 

I will be able to give you a definite answer hopefully in just a few more days. 

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Terry White wrote:

And even if it only came in at 7500 lumen they have tested it at the factory and got 300000 candela which would give it 1k meter throw..


 


I will be able to give you a definite answer hopefully in just a few more days. 

Yeah youre absolutely right, lets just see what it can deliver. Thanks for all the effort you put into this whole MT09R topic! Thumbs Up

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For the XHP70.2 – what is the stepdown after the 55°C / or a minute later – 5000lm or 1700lm? I mean – what is the sustainable lumen level for a longer period of time?

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For the XHP70.2 - what is the stepdown after the 55°C / or a minute later - 5000lm or 1700lm? I mean - what is the sustainable lumen level for a longer period of time?

I am not sure exactly what the output is at the step down... I can tell you that the few times I remember it stepping down it was not a lot of difference. Maybe between 7k to 10k.. And even at step down you can kick it right back to turbo and continue to do that until the batteries are depleted or the heat is simply too hot to hold..

 

1700 would be a joke for a light like this...

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I forget which group mode it is but, one of them sets the light to top out at 5k lumen.... This was added for muggles and I do know that you can run it at that output continually...

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Hi, Terry. Just curious if lights have started to ship. Thanks

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Just curious as to whether DHL ever provided an explanation/excuse for what happened to the highly anticipated XHP35 HI MT09R sample?

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Just curious as to whether DHL ever provided an explanation/excuse for what happened to the highly anticipated XHP35 HI MT09R sample?

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jmm244 wrote:
Just curious as to whether DHL ever provided an explanation/excuse for what happened to the highly anticipated XHP35 HI MT09R sample?
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From the emails and basically no one seems to know anything I do believe it is lost or destroyed.

 

This much later it really does not matter that much now as I will have a shipment of 70.2's arriving tomorrow I believe and sometime in the next week a second shipment which will have both 70.2 versions as well as 35 High versions... And I will still try as best I can to make sure footage gets posted as fast a possible,

Some of you may have your own by that time but if by chance they have not arrived I will be posting footage ass soon as that second shipment arrives.

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I should have also said that once that first shipment arrives and I get them all inventoried into the system and each one is inspected and tested they will be available for sale on the stores website.

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No, I don’t think my XHP35hi is 7500lumens. This is a comparison of ceiling bounce with my Emisar D4.

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!https://i.imgur.com/iUSDDsS.jpg! !https://i.imgur.com/3pSPb1o.jpg! No, I don't think my XHP35hi is 7500lumens. This is a comparison of ceiling bounce with my Emisar D4.

 

Pretty sure I just explained that.

 

The lights shipping now will hit the mark...

 

Do you have a MT09R  35 high?

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I'm asking because if you do we need to find where it came from.

 

The only lights sent out with the driver that is not pushing enough power were samples... and very very few. 

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I’m asking because if you do we need to find where it came from.


 


The only lights sent out with the driver that is not pushing enough power were samples… and very very few. 

Oh, I got it directly from a china supplier. Maybe that explains why. And the tint looks cool white to me, the box says otherwise (5000k) .

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