[FreemeGB] Haikelite MT09R 3x XHP70.2 25,000lm & 3x XHP35 Hi 6500LM Flashlight Group Buy -【 Preorder NOW! 】

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interested, 70.2 version. is this the one that will burn by the way? and same question already posted, any plans for an 8-battery tube?

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Interested if the price is ok! (XHP70.2 CW)

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Interested if the price is ok! (XHP70.2)

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Interested XHP70.2 × 3, 5000K, White.

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Well I’m definitely interested in price(s), and I might get a XHP35 version. Please send me info when available, thanks freeme! It’s really good to see this finally happening. Cool

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For the XHP70.2 variant, would be happy to see a 8 cell version though, if that will become available at some time.

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I am compelled to point out that the prospects for this light actually producing 25,000 lumens are tiny. A number of MT09R’s were sold without drivers in the US. Texas_Ace designed a driver, and he added the driver to these lights for customers of the lights sold without drivers, and sold a license to use that driver to Haikelite for use in the MT09R. Texas_Ace offered a number of upgrades in addition to the driver to raise the output. I believe the highest output Texas_Ace was able to achieve was about 23,000 lumens from some units. However in order to achieve that, the LED’s were upgraded, and there were a number of internal modifications made to the light to reduce internal voltage losses (such as battery spring bypasses). Those internal modifications are impractical for a mass produced light, so they are unlikely to be on the factory produced MT09R lights. Absent the upgraded LED and those internal ‘tweaks’, I would be very surprised if the output exceeds 20,000 lumens. 20,000 lumens is a big number, no argument, but it definitely isn’t the 25,000 lumens claimed. If the units Texas_Ace hand built couldn’t reach 25,000 lumens, the mass produced version won’t reach it either.

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Thanks for pointing out. Haikelite used to over spec some of their lights, this is their normal practice. I think they use the LED lumens instead of OTF lumens.
I have a MT03 II that is rated 12000 lumens and it gets really hot in 1 minute or two. Its thermal regulation seems to be not working.
I am sure this MT09R 25000 or 20000 lumens heat up much faster.
I think I don’t mind it doesn’t hit 25000 lumens as long as it is over 20000 lumens and throw much further than MT03.

cool i'll see you when you get there

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The Texas_Ace driver used in the MT09R can put out 260 watts, so it is a pretty safe bet it gets very warm very quickly at full output.

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