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Brinyte is back!!

Hey guys, long time no see Wink You might know that Brinyte has manufactured LED flashlights for over 10 years till 2018. Now we are wondering which model is your favorite Brinyte flashlight, and what suggestion you want to give us. As with these two questions, we expect all our friends to interact with us. So let us know where you are! Party

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Hi
my suggestion is small flashlight 18650, simple operation, long thrower, regulated thermal current output

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Thank you so much, Niko. Those are very helpful suggestions, and we will take them into consideration.

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95+ CRI flashlight 3000k-4000k

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98CRI pocket 18650 ~4000k.

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Ultra High Cri, 4500k (nichia 219b?)
Side Switch
UI without any blinks

Two versions of the same flashlight (design):

1xAA / 14500, TIR lens, about 15 degrees

and bigger version
18650 with triple and carclo 10511 optics

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I really like my B158, even more so since I can swap a different pill in and have different colors and just carry one light and a few pills.

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How about a budget Zebra light clone?

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Not many of these around so I’m going to suggest it since everyone here loves the new Aspire 1100mah 18350 cell. Build a strong reliable host with a good UI around this battery and you got a winner.
A side e-switch 18350 cell light using a high bin cree xpl 4 to 5k or both and a high cri version.
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The UI needs to be 3 to 4 modes including a moonlight of 1 or 2 lumens.
Single click to on and fast click to change between low, med, high and loop back to low and in that order.
Moon would be long click from off (1 second hold). Turbo would be fast double click in both off and on.
Off would be one click hold to off (maybe around 3/4 of a second) most don’t seem to like a long click to off. Keep the hold time short.
Battery voltage 3 fast clicks from off. Blinks first voltage digit then second decimal digit.
Lock out 4 fast clinks for activate and 4 fast clicks to deactivate and mechanical twist the tail lock out.
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Keep it small in size with nice knurling but very strong. Add a nice deep pocket carry clip and mil spec III hard anodizing with IPX8.
Semi tight hot spot with nice spill and AR coated lens. To smooth the beam you could use a textured reflector.
Needs to be close to 1000 lumens in turbo with maybe thermal step down or timer.
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There are lots of people here looking for a perfect EDC 18350 size flashlight me included. More capacity than a 16340 and smaller than a 18650 light.
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I do own 2 of your PD03A AAA model flashlights bought years ago. Still working good.
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Brinyte-PD03A-HA-III-5-Mode-150-Lumen-Me...

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moderator007 wrote:
Not many of these around so I’m going to suggest it since everyone here loves the new Aspire 1100mah 18350 cell. Build a strong reliable host with a good UI around this battery and you got a winner. A side e-switch 18350 cell light using a high bin cree xpl 4 to 5k or both and a high cri version. . The UI needs to be 3 to 4 modes including a moonlight of 1 or 2 lumens. Single click to on and fast click to change between low, med, high and loop back to low and in that order. Moon would be long click from off (1 second hold). Turbo would be fast double click in both off and on. Off would be one click hold to off (maybe around 3/4 of a second) most don’t seem to like a long click to off. Keep the hold time short. Battery voltage 3 fast clicks from off. Blinks first voltage digit then second decimal digit. Lock out 4 fast clinks for activate and 4 fast clicks to deactivate and mechanical twist the tail lock out. . Keep it small in size with nice knurling but very strong. Add a nice deep pocket carry clip and mil spec III hard anodizing with IPX8. Semi tight hot spot with nice spill and AR coated lens. To smooth the beam you could use a textured reflector. Needs to be close to 1000 lumens in turbo with maybe thermal step down or timer. . There are lots of people here looking for a perfect EDC 18350 size flashlight me included. More capacity than a 16340 and smaller than a 18650 light. . I do own 2 of your PD03A AAA model flashlights bought years ago. Still working good. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Brinyte-PD03A-HA-III-5-Mode-150-Lumen-Me...

This pretty much sums everything up

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I might add two more things, make sure you keep the parasitic current while in off state (idle) very low.
We don’t like to have our batteries drained while not in use and then need them and the battery is almost dead.
Add a LVP to protect unprotected batteries such as the Aspire and many other brands using this same battery under the wrap.

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moderator007 wrote:
Not many of these around so I’m going to suggest it since everyone here loves the new Aspire 1100mah 18350 cell. Build a strong reliable host with a good UI around this battery and you got a winner. A side e-switch 18350 cell light using a high bin cree xpl 4 to 5k or both and a high cri version. . The UI needs to be 3 to 4 modes including a moonlight of 1 or 2 lumens. Single click to on and fast click to change between low, med, high and loop back to low and in that order. Moon would be long click from off (1 second hold). Turbo would be fast double click in both off and on. Off would be one click hold to off (maybe around 3/4 of a second) most don’t seem to like a long click to off. Keep the hold time short. Battery voltage 3 fast clicks from off. Blinks first voltage digit then second decimal digit. Lock out 4 fast clinks for activate and 4 fast clicks to deactivate and mechanical twist the tail lock out. . Keep it small in size with nice knurling but very strong. Add a nice deep pocket carry clip and mil spec III hard anodizing with IPX8. Semi tight hot spot with nice spill and AR coated lens. To smooth the beam you could use a textured reflector. Needs to be close to 1000 lumens in turbo with maybe thermal step down or timer. . There are lots of people here looking for a perfect EDC 18350 size flashlight me included. More capacity than a 16340 and smaller than a 18650 light.

Agree!!! Nice idea Wink
I would add: programmable memory (for those who like it and for those who don’t) !

Take it Brinyte Wink

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How about a 2AA with a turbo head like the famous Fenix TK20?

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I want a more compact 1× 18650 light with aspheric lens like the Dereelight NM400).php (34mm head diameter). You already offer the B168, but it’s still a bit too big. A smaller diameter makes it much easier to carry a light.

The lens should have a very short focal length to increase hotspot size.

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A 4500k 80CRI XPL2 AA flashlight (Cree 90CRI options have too much ugly green tint) similar to this one
http://www.zebralight.com/SC5w-Mk-II-AA-Flashlight-Neutral-White_p_193.html

Also a 26650 zoomable flashlight with 70.2 4000k 80CRI 3,500 lumens similar to the Haikelite HT35 would be one of a kind.

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welcome~~and l like all of the Brinyte products~~

☆☆☆ Go more healthily and see further outdoors with Odepro ☆☆☆

 

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Welcome! I’m a huge fan of the B158 & B158B. I’ve probably bought & modded 15-20 of them.

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Thumbs UpThumbs UpThumbs Up Feel so glad and grateful to see all your nice sharing and valuable suggestions. We will keep them for sure. Thank you so much my friends Innocent Keep it going Wink
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a 14500 tailswitch with 95+ CRI 4000k led and micro usb charging

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gchart wrote:
Welcome! I’m a huge fan of the B158 & B158B. I’ve probably bought & modded 15-20 of them.

+1.

 

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a 14500 tailswitch with 95+ CRI 4000k led and micro usb charging

Make that 4500 – 5000k and have the USB inside an O-ring seal instead of behind a rubber flap and I’m in, even if the CRI is quite a bit lower. Overall length must be under 100mm though.

Beam me up!

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moderator007 wrote:
Not many of these around so I’m going to suggest it since everyone here loves the new Aspire 1100mah 18350 cell. Build a strong reliable host with a good UI around this battery and you got a winner. A side e-switch 18350 cell light using a high bin cree xpl 4 to 5k or both and a high cri version. . The UI needs to be 3 to 4 modes including a moonlight of 1 or 2 lumens. Single click to on and fast click to change between low, med, high and loop back to low and in that order. Moon would be long click from off (1 second hold). Turbo would be fast double click in both off and on. Off would be one click hold to off (maybe around 3/4 of a second) most don’t seem to like a long click to off. Keep the hold time short. Battery voltage 3 fast clicks from off. Blinks first voltage digit then second decimal digit. Lock out 4 fast clinks for activate and 4 fast clicks to deactivate and mechanical twist the tail lock out. . Keep it small in size with nice knurling but very strong. Add a nice deep pocket carry clip and mil spec III hard anodizing with IPX8. Semi tight hot spot with nice spill and AR coated lens. To smooth the beam you could use a textured reflector. Needs to be close to 1000 lumens in turbo with maybe thermal step down or timer. . There are lots of people here looking for a perfect EDC 18350 size flashlight me included. More capacity than a 16340 and smaller than a 18650 light. .

Pretty much this….just with the addition that some options for colour would be better than a single choice. Make a cool white. A neutral white and then a high CRI.

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moderator007 wrote:
Not many of these around so I’m going to suggest it since everyone here loves the new Aspire 1100mah 18350 cell. Build a strong reliable host with a good UI around this battery and you got a winner. A side e-switch 18350 cell light using a high bin cree xpl 4 to 5k or both and a high cri version. . The UI needs to be 3 to 4 modes including a moonlight of 1 or 2 lumens. Single click to on and fast click to change between low, med, high and loop back to low and in that order. Moon would be long click from off (1 second hold). Turbo would be fast double click in both off and on. Off would be one click hold to off (maybe around 3/4 of a second) most don’t seem to like a long click to off. Keep the hold time short. Battery voltage 3 fast clicks from off. Blinks first voltage digit then second decimal digit. Lock out 4 fast clinks for activate and 4 fast clicks to deactivate and mechanical twist the tail lock out. . Keep it small in size with nice knurling but very strong. Add a nice deep pocket carry clip and mil spec III hard anodizing with IPX8. Semi tight hot spot with nice spill and AR coated lens. To smooth the beam you could use a textured reflector. Needs to be close to 1000 lumens in turbo with maybe thermal step down or timer. . There are lots of people here looking for a perfect EDC 18350 size flashlight me included. More capacity than a 16340 and smaller than a 18650 light. . I do own 2 of your PD03A AAA model flashlights bought years ago. Still working good. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Brinyte-PD03A-HA-III-5-Mode-150-Lumen-Me...

Hi, thank you for your elaborate comments, which won many supporters. We’ve read through them and will take them seriously. Thanks again!

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Thank you for all your wonderful comments, guys! Party We are more than happy to see this because some of which are what we haven’t realized.I will collect them forward to our product and R&D department.

CashCash Now here comes a piece of exciting news:

In order to encourage more great ideas, we decide to give our new product (still in R&D, to be released in June) as a gift. We’ll choose from the comments posted by May 20th, and PM you for your contact information and address. Please make sure to reply in two days so that we are able to ship the new product to you in time. We also encourage you to use it and share your experience with us.

Welcome to leave your voice here. Let’s make Brinyte a better outdoor lighting brand together!

Now take a look at our new lights in advance Wink

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1×26650, triple or quad reflector, high CRI led, waterproof, usb charging.

Thank you!

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May be a diffusor for the new P20 Oathkeeper an a neutral white version of it could make it much more interesting for hunting !

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I've really developed a liking for the dual-switch design of tail clicky on/off with side switch for changing modes.

 

1 - AA:  Four modes: moon>low>med>high, tailstand, lanyard, softly rounded edges at each end to make it pocket-friendly. Removable, crenelated head for use as candle. Square threads. NW high CRI flood beam, reversible pocket clip. Flat/matte finish (not glossy). I didn't include 14500 on purpose in order to simplify driver design (ala Zebralight) & keep costs down. As efficient as reasonably possible. Target price $25.00 - $30.00.

Great... Carnac the Magnificent tells me I just signed up for yet another expensive hobby.

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Its great to see some new lights!

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Does that T16 have 3 separately zoomable heads? Interesting! Never had a Britnyte before but I might as well have one when this T16 is out!

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slmjim wrote:

I’ve really developed a liking for the dual-switch design of tail clicky on/off with side switch for changing modes.


 


1 – AA:  Four modes: moon>low>med>high, tailstand, lanyard, softly rounded edges at each end to make it pocket-friendly. Removable, crenelated head for use as candle. Square threads. NW high CRI flood beam, reversible pocket clip. Flat/matte finish (not glossy). I didn’t include 14500 on purpose in order to simplify driver design (ala Zebralight) & keep costs down. As efficient as reasonably possible. Target price $25.00 – $30.00.

Yep two buttons/switches is always better than one. With tailswitch, sometimes you lose tail standing which sucks. However, a rotary brightness switch would be the absolute best.

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LG wrote:
Does that T16 have 3 separately zoomable heads? Interesting! Never had a Britnyte before but I might as well have one when this T16 is out!

Yes, those are three separately zoomable heads with different LED colors, plus a laser in the bottom.

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