[♛ FreemeGB] Fireflies PL47 Gen II 4*XP-L/ Nichia/ SST20 Hi CRI 21700 Right Angle Flashlight - Interest Check

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Interested as well!

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Any news on price?

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I’m interested.

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very interested

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It is holiday in China now.

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Any news on price?

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I’m in!!

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Interesred

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Sorry if this question has already been asked.

Will this light be equipped with a magnetic tailcap?

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JordanZHP wrote:
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Is it going to be sold with a headstrap? If it does, I’m very interested.

Yes, regular headlamp belt can be used on this light. PL47 uses 21700, this form factor is not so good for using as a headlamp. Gross weight is near 150 grams including the battery.

Hi FireFlies!

Do you think these lights will be available to ship in October? Thanks

Probably, bulk production processing is scheduled to be finished before 20th Oct. We can not grantee the deadline , there are many steps to work out on new completed products.

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noboneshotdog wrote:
Sorry if this question has already been asked.

Will this light be equipped with a magnetic tailcap?

Yes, equipped with a strong enough magnet

Official store:

www.ff-light.com

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FireFlies wrote:
JordanZHP wrote:
FireFlies wrote:
P33 wrote:
Is it going to be sold with a headstrap? If it does, I’m very interested.

Yes, regular headlamp belt can be used on this light. PL47 uses 21700, this form factor is not so good for using as a headlamp. Gross weight is near 150 grams including the battery.

Hi FireFlies!

Do you think these lights will be available to ship in October? Thanks

Probably, bulk production processing is scheduled to be finished before 20th Oct. We can not grantee the deadline , there are many steps to work out on new completed products.

Thank you for the reply!

Will NW tint be an option, around 5000k?

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Yes, around 5000K nw is an option

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FireFlies wrote:
noboneshotdog wrote:
Sorry if this question has already been asked.

Will this light be equipped with a magnetic tailcap?

Yes, equipped with a strong enough magnet

Good.

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FireFlies wrote:
Yes, around 5000K nw is an option

Any consideration of a 4000K option? Emisar offers this and it seems to be a popular choice for many customers, including myself.

Looking forward to this light.

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FireFlies wrote:
noboneshotdog wrote:
Will this light be equipped with a magnetic tailcap?

Yes, equipped with a strong enough magnet

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What will the recommended cell for use in this flashlight be? mAh and amps drawn? Interested, if I can find a good energy solution for it. Thanks for this project!

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What will the recommended cell for use in this flashlight be? mAh and amps drawn? Interested, if I can find a good energy solution for it. Thanks for this project!

Wondering the same. Will the Samsung 50E 5000mah (https://www.imrbatteries.com/samsung-50e-21700-5000mah-9-8a-battery/) be enough?

Or will the Samsung 40T 4000mah (https://www.imrbatteries.com/samsung-40t-21700-4000mah-30a-battery/) be required for max brightness?

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Interested.

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Interested w/ Nichia

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Interested.

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Some specs pleeeeeeeeeeaese!

Caving, Climbing, Mountaineering, Kayaking, Diving etc any time anywhere!!! If you in the UK let me know and lets Play!
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Count me interested please

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Definitely interested

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Interested

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Just a quick update. I have Anduril working on the PL47, including both the front-facing aux LEDs and the switch LEDs. The two sets of LEDs are synchronized, except that it’s possible to put the switch LEDs in a “low” mode while the front-facing aux LEDs stay off entirely. Or, they can also be configured for off, high, or blinking.

It seems to work pretty well, but I discovered one downside which only affects people who want to reflash the firmware. With the aux LED board connected, it interferes with firmware flashing. I’m not sure why exactly, but on the prototype, it’s necessary to unsolder one of the aux LED board wires before flashing, then solder it back on again afterward.

Otherwise though, it acts like a normal aux LED board… with the bonus that it changes color when the battery is low.

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That sounds great ToyKeeper!

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With Anduril firmware set up by Toykeeper, why would anyone want to flash something else?

As long as one can swap emitters, this light sounds like a winner, can’t wait to get my hands on one.

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interested!

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Definitely interested!

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