[BLF special edition light] new Sofirn AAA twisty high CRI Yuji 5mm LED (CCT 3200K or 5600K) for 6.50 USD

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I used the light for a couple of days now. Here is my opinion.

The light feels sturdy with nice anodising that seems to hold up well.

Gave it to the kids a few times and its nice to know that it is completely safe. They even took it to bath so water resistance is also ok.

The tint (3200k) is very nice (if you like it also, you should really try the 3000k sst-20 for even nicer tint).

The lumen level is a perfect mix between a moonlight mode and a lowlow, if this makes sense. It can be used well as a bedside light.

What I don’t like is that the twisting action on mine is a little stiff. It takes quite some effort to rotate.

I don’t know if I am going to use it a lot, because I have other lights with equally good tint and color temperature and they have more modes for a lower moonlight mode and a higher mode if needed.

All in all I am very happy with the purchase. Thank all involved for making this possible.

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twisting action on mine is a little stiff.

Have you cleaned and lubricated the threads? That often helps, because some little powdery grit can be left in the threads from manufacturing.

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I use Package Radar, 17Track, & USPS.

My site of choice is 17Track. But if I want to track Ali parcels, I usually get my track info from Ali itself.
As said before, different tracking-sites use different names for the same thing, and vice versa. Be aware.

I solved the mystery.A couple of days before I received the email about the C01 being delivered I received a Sofirn sc31.I thought I must have ordered it and forgot about it.After tracking my order on 17track I went rooting in the trash for the envelope that the sc31 came in.Sure enough the tracing numbers matched, they sent me a sc31 instead of my c01.Since it cost twice what I paid for a C01 I can’t complain.I’ll just gift the sc31 and order the c01 again.That was the fastest shipping I ever got from china and they sent the wrong light!
Thanks for the help,I added 17track to my browser tool bar.

Might I ask when you ordered the light?

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I use Package Radar, 17Track, & USPS.

My site of choice is 17Track. But if I want to track Ali parcels, I usually get my track info from Ali itself.
As said before, different tracking-sites use different names for the same thing, and vice versa. Be aware.

I solved the mystery.A couple of days before I received the email about the C01 being delivered I received a Sofirn sc31.I thought I must have ordered it and forgot about it.After tracking my order on 17track I went rooting in the trash for the envelope that the sc31 came in.Sure enough the tracing numbers matched, they sent me a sc31 instead of my c01.Since it cost twice what I paid for a C01 I can’t complain.I’ll just gift the sc31 and order the c01 again.That was the fastest shipping I ever got from china and they sent the wrong light!
Thanks for the help,I added 17track to my browser tool bar.

Might I ask when you ordered the light?

I placed my order on November 10th
The package with the wrong light arrived on November 28

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twisting action on mine is a little stiff.

Have you cleaned and lubricated the threads? That often helps, because some little powdery grit can be left in the threads from manufacturing.

Yes I cleaned and relubed twice. Threads were dry when the light arrived btw.

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I appreciate the threads being a bit stiff in a twisty, makes it less likely for the head to fall out at some point. But too stiff is not nice of course.

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Geuzzz wrote:
I used the light for a couple of days now. Here is my opinion.

The light feels sturdy with nice anodising that seems to hold up well.

Gave it to the kids a few times and its nice to know that it is completely safe. They even took it to bath so water resistance is also ok.

The tint (3200k) is very nice (if you like it also, you should really try the 3000k sst-20 for even nicer tint).

The lumen level is a perfect mix between a moonlight mode and a lowlow, if this makes sense. It can be used well as a bedside light.

What I don’t like is that the twisting action on mine is a little stiff. It takes quite some effort to rotate.

I don’t know if I am going to use it a lot, because I have other lights with equally good tint and color temperature and they have more modes for a lower moonlight mode and a higher mode if needed.

All in all I am very happy with the purchase. Thank all involved for making this possible.

Geuzz: thanks for sharing your experience and opinion with us Thumbs Up

Concerning the twisting action: we got what we asked for, as the threads are an exact copy of the Fenix E01 (C01 and E01 can ‘lego’), the twist resistance of the C01 is a deliberate design decision and carry-over from the Fenix E01.

After reading your post I just tested the twisting resistance of my golden and purple Fenix E01. The golden one E01 is even more stiff than all my four Sofirn C01s, while my purple Fenix E01 is slightly less stiff. Strangely enough, the golden E01 is was one of my most used lights (I carried it for over a year on my keychain, untill I received my Sofirn C01s). I can still operate all of them single-handedly, so I do not perceive any stiffness as a problem. Like djozz said, if the twisting action is too smooth, chances are higher to loose the head during everydaycarry. Perhaps also the length of the battery might be a factor in “stiffness” of the twist action.

Funny to read your kids took it to bath; my kids did as well, and they really enjoyed its waterproofness. Party
I have other lights where my kids did the same, which lead them to observe: “Look dad, there are coming bubbles out this flashlight.” Facepalm

Edit: logical mistake, forgot NOT

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Geuzzz wrote:
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twisting action on mine is a little stiff.

Have you cleaned and lubricated the threads? That often helps, because some little powdery grit can be left in the threads from manufacturing.

Yes I cleaned and relubed twice. Threads were dry when the light arrived btw.

The only thing I can add is simply to make sure the lube is on the o-ring, too. That’s actually the most important place to lube.

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The tint (3200k) is very nice (if you like it also, you should really try the 3000k sst-20 for even nicer tint).

I think when the FW3A starts shipping, I’m going to order a triple SST-20 board to compare to the stock emitters, and also some spare SST-20’s of both 3000K and 4000K to play with (I’ve got a couple E05’s that are definite candidates). I look forward to comparing them. Currently my only other 3000K flashlight has a 90 CRI XM-L2 in it, which the Yujis are clearly better than.

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The lumen level is a perfect mix between a moonlight mode and a lowlow, if this makes sense. It can be used well as a bedside light.

It makes perfect sense to me. Low enough it can be reasonably used as a bedside light, but bright enough it can also be useful at short distances when your eyes aren’t dark adapted yet.

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Yes indeed, make sure the O-ring is lubricated.
And anyone know what’s the O-ring made of, so we can choose a lubricant that won’t make it gummy?
O-rings can be made of lots of stuff: https://www.marcorubber.com/o-ring-material-quick-reference.htm

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Yes indeed, make sure the O-ring is lubricated.
And anyone know what’s the O-ring made of, so we can choose a lubricant that won’t make it gummy?
Use SuperLube & your gtg (“good to go”) no matter the O-ring composition.
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Dogue wrote:
thisnameisvalid wrote:
Dogue wrote:
Henk4U2 wrote:
teacher wrote:
I use Package Radar, 17Track, & USPS.

My site of choice is 17Track. But if I want to track Ali parcels, I usually get my track info from Ali itself.
As said before, different tracking-sites use different names for the same thing, and vice versa. Be aware.

I solved the mystery.A couple of days before I received the email about the C01 being delivered I received a Sofirn sc31.I thought I must have ordered it and forgot about it.After tracking my order on 17track I went rooting in the trash for the envelope that the sc31 came in.Sure enough the tracing numbers matched, they sent me a sc31 instead of my c01.Since it cost twice what I paid for a C01 I can’t complain.I’ll just gift the sc31 and order the c01 again.That was the fastest shipping I ever got from china and they sent the wrong light!
Thanks for the help,I added 17track to my browser tool bar.

Might I ask when you ordered the light?

I placed my order on November 10th
The package with the wrong light arrived on November 28

Which shipping method did you choose? It’s kind of odd that nobody in the States has seemed to get their C01 yet, but somehow you got a light, albeit the wrong light, in 18 days. Mine’s still in China!

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Superlube rates their products “Excellent” or “Good” with everything:
https://www.super-lube.com/Content/Images/uploaded/documents/Compatabili...

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hank wrote:
Superlube rates their products “Excellent” or “Good” with everything:
https://www.super-lube.com/Content/Images/uploaded/documents/Compatabili...
Thank you for that link hank. I have used SuperLube exclusively on all my light threads & O-rings for many, many years & never had a problem. Never a gummy O-ring in all that time either.

BUT, I had never seen that chart you linked to!!
It does seem to cover it all… Thumbs Up

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What kind of monster did they create in that PDF file?!

That face is some nightmare fuel for some people.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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Ew. I intentionally didn’t link to that uglyface.

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Superlube rates their products “Excellent” or “Good” with everything: https://www.super-lube.com/Content/Images/uploaded/documents/Compatabili...

So it seems to be compatible with everything EXCEPT silicone rubber. Isn’t that exactly what the o-rings are made out of?

Just discovered this wonderful addiction.

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Sho’ nuff, a lot of O-rings are made from that.

I should’ve said almost everything: https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-ab&q=%22O-ring%22+silic...

Wow: https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-ab&q=Silicone+rubber+%2...

but O-rings can be made of lots of other stuff: https://www.marcorubber.com/o-ring-material-quick-reference.htm

Here’s a caution and recommendation:
https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/is-there-some-kind-of-conspiracy-ag...

Pardon the digression.

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GreenLights wrote:
hank wrote:
Superlube rates their products “Excellent” or “Good” with everything:
https://www.super-lube.com/Content/Images/uploaded/documents/Compatabili...
So it seems to be compatible with everything EXCEPT silicone rubber. Isn’t that exactly what the o-rings are made out of?
Shocked Dang, I missed that when looking at the chart. Facepalm

Silicone rubber (FMQ, PMQ, MQ, VMFQ, VMQ) / NC

But….. Seeing SuperLube is all I ever use, I cannot imagine not having used this on Silicon O-rings at some point. So I will not be changing anything. SuperLube has worked flawlessly for me since my first AA Maglite till now. That is a lot of years & a lot of lights. Wink

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it….. that is my theory. Thumbs Up

BUT, I also am gonna get some O-rings I know for certain are made of ‘Silicon’ and see what happen when I use SuperLube on them. Wink

I’ll report back……. Big Smile

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COMPATIBILITY CHART
Super Lube® Silicone O-Ring Grease
…….
Polymer (plastics) Constant Strain Tensile Testing / Rating
Acryonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) / E
Cellulose acetate (CA) / E
Polyamide (PA) (Nylon) / E
Polycarbonate (PC) / E
Polyethylene (PE) / E
*ultra high molecular mass (PE-UHMW) / E
*low density (PE-LD) / E
Polyethylene-/polybutylenetherephthalat (PET / PBT) / E
Polyoxymethylene, Polyacetate (POM) (Delrin) / G
Polypropylene (PP) / E
Polyphenylene oxide (PPO) / E
Polyphenylene suphide (PPS) / G
Polystyrene (PS) / E
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) / E
Polyurethane (PUR) / E
Polyvinylchloride (PVC) / E
Thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) / E

Elastomer (rubber) / Rating
Acrylic rubber (ACM) / E
Buna S / E
Butyl (IIR) / E
Polychloroprene rubber (CR) / E
Chlorosulphonated PE-rubber (CSM) / E
Ethylene-propylene-diene rubber (EPDM) / E
Fluorinated rubber (FKM) / E
Natural rubber (NR) / E
Neoprene / E
Nitrile (NBR) / E
Polyurethane (AU, EU) / E
Propylene-tetrafluorethylene rubber (FPM, FEPM) / E
Styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR) / E
Silicone rubber (FMQ, PMQ, MQ, VMFQ, VMQ) / NC
Viton (FKM) / E

RATING KEY
E – Compatibility Excellent
G – Compatibility Good
NC – Not Compatible

………….
Sorry, I couldn’t figure out how to post the chart so I had to improvise by ‘copy & paste’. Facepalm .. Oh well…. Big Smile

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I use Super Lube 51010 in a precision oiler, no problems with any of my flashlights.

Does anyone else remove their o-rings and lube under them?

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defloyd77 wrote:
I use Super Lube 51010 in a precision oiler, no problems with any of my flashlights.

Does anyone else remove their o-rings and lube under them?

Hmmmm, I don’t…. but I actually never thought about it either. Thumbs Up It sure couldn’t hurt, I think I’ll give it a try & start lubing those O-ring grooves.

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defloyd77 wrote:
I use Super Lube 51010 in a precision oiler, no problems with any of my flashlights.

Does anyone else remove their o-rings and lube under them?

I do, maybe every other time, thinking it might help seal out moisture and water.

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Yes indeed, make sure the O-ring is lubricated.
And anyone know what’s the O-ring made of, so we can choose a lubricant that won’t make it gummy?
Use SuperLube & your gtg (“good to go”) no matter the O-ring composition.
.


OK, here is the deal on the SuperLube confusion…..

THIS is the SuperLube I use on my lights for threads & O-rings. It will not harm Silicone O-rings, it is a Synthetic based grease. (see below \/ )


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THIS is not the SuperLube I use. It is a Silicone base O-ring lubricant. It is not suitable for Silicone O-rings. ( see below \/ )

SuperLube website link

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Regarding stuff to grease threads and O-rings I use Nyogel 760G, I bought a small tube at NKON.nl: https://www.nkon.nl/flashlights/armytek-flashlights/armytek-nyogel-760g....

Edit: More info on flashlight lube and grease at CPF: http://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?126645-Comprehensive-...

However lubing the threads and O-rings of both my Fenix E01 and Sofirn C01 does not dramatically decrease stiffness… It does make the twisting slightly smoother though.

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Which shipping method did you choose? It’s kind of odd that nobody in the States has seemed to get their C01 yet, but somehow you got a light, albeit the wrong light, in 18 days. Mine’s still in China![/quote]

Here is the tracking from Aliexpress,it surprised me more than it did you.That is one reason I didn’t think the sc31 had anything to do with my sc01 order.I thought that I bought the sc31 during a flash sale then forgot about it!
I ordered 2 5600k sc01’s Sunday.As for shipping,I’m getting whatever the free shipping is.

Delivery

2018-11-28 14:22:00 [ US17331 ]

Out for Delivery

2018-11-28 09:09:00 [HANOVER,17331]

Sorting Complete

2018-11-28 08:59:00 [HANOVER,17331]

Arrival at Delivery Office

2018-11-28 01:18:00 [UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ]

Arrived at USPS Facility

2018-11-28 00:47:00 [HANOVER,17331]

Departed USPS Regional Facility

2018-11-27 23:36:00 [HARRISBURG PA DISTRIBUTION CENTER]

Arrived at USPS Regional Facility

2018-11-27 16:30:00 [HARRISBURG PA DISTRIBUTION CENTER]

Arrived at USPS Regional Facility

2018-11-27 03:25:00 [WHITE PLAINS NY DISTRIBUTION CENTER]

Departed USPS Regional Facility

2018-11-27 02:35:00 [STAMFORD CT DISTRIBUTION CENTER]

Arrived at USPS Regional Facility

2018-11-26 06:33:00 [STAMFORD CT DISTRIBUTION CENTER]

Arrival at Sorting Center

2018-11-25 18:48:00 [UNITED STATES OF AMERICA USUSJFKF ]

Processed Through Facility

2018-11-17 04:29:00 [CHINA,GUANGZHOU EMS]

Acceptance

2018-11-16 19:45:00 [CHINA]

Posting

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silicon =\= silicone

But y’all knew that.
Pardon the digression.

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Ordered mine Nov. 10th. Still in the “Origin Post is Preparing Shipment” stage.

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hank wrote:
silicon =\= silicone

But y’all knew that.
Pardon the digression.

Oops… Facepalm . Fixed it. Thumbs Up

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