[M4D deal ACTIVE] Video added - ROFIS TC1 only 11.99

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[M4D deal ACTIVE] Video added - ROFIS TC1 only 11.99

Hello my dear friends!

i present the latest M4DM4X.com groupbuy:

Rofis TC1 

 

XP G3 3 Modes
120Lumens USB Rechargeable
Touch Switch Control
Mini EDC Flashlight

my discount code : MCMEE (use the links above to shop)
your presale price: US$ 11,99

 

Features:
1. Adopting advanced touch control technology, the touch control is faster and more sensitive.
2. Small size, convenient for everyday carry.
3. Utilize a 10180 rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
4. XPG3 LED, max output up to 120 lumens.
5. Using high- transmittance PMMA lens, the light beam is more faster and less harmful to eyes.
6. Made of premium aluminum alloy, the surface is Mil-spec hard anodizing (HA Ⅲ), making the flashlight more wear-resistant.

 

Operation Instruction:
I. Charge
Turn the flashlight into a counter clockwise to expose the Micro USB
charging port, then plug it into the power supply to charge flashlight.

The red light indicates charging,  and when it turns into blue, means

charging is completed.
II. Turn on/ off
Long press the touch switch for 1 second to turn the flashlight on/off

(with memory function)

III. Lock/ unlock
When the flashlight is off, long press the touch switch for more than 3
seconds and the flashlight will flash twice to enter the locked mode;

Long press again to unlock.

IV: Change brightness level
When the flashlight is on, quickly touch the switch to change mode.
V. Position mode/ Battery power indicator
When the flashlight is off, quickly touch switch to enter the position
mode, the color of indicator shows remained battery power.
Blue light is always on, means the remained battery power is more

than 80%.

Blue breathing light is on, means the power is over 20%
Red lights flickers, means the power is less than 20%.
Touch the switch again, turn off the positioning mode.

 

 

 

 

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Interesting ! (if this torch has no bug or problem (Vinh Tange))

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I’m really interested. Can you tell me what was the problem with Skylumen one?

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I try to find out 

 

Vinh said his manufacturer was not Rofis? 

 

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M4D M4X wrote:

I try to find out 


 


Vinh said his manufacturer was not Rofis? 

That would be nice Thumbs Up

Yes Vinh says the Tange is not from Rofis:

https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?451255-Sky-Lumen-Tange&p=5259624&viewfull=1#post5259624

There where several issues with the Tange, mostly the light was not turning on.
If I get it right it was mostly a problem with the battery.

https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?451255-Sky-Lumen-Tange&p=5259872&viewfull=1#post5259872

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I have no clue but it looks like his version was taken off the market, it’s not on his website any more.

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P33 wrote:
I have no clue but it looks like his version was taken off the market, it’s not on his website any more.

Yes, Vinh was little bit unhappy with the Tange …. Shocked

https://www.candlepowerforums.com/vb/showthread.php?451255-Sky-Lumen-Tange&p=5258605&viewfull=1#post5258605

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That’s worrying. I guess we’re better off waiting for first reviews or even asking Rofis if the issue was fixed.

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Cute little light. Nice to see new designs every now and again.

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P33 wrote:
I’m really interested. Can you tell me what was the problem with Skylumen one?

The first batch of Skylumen Tanges experienced a relatively high failure rate (~5-10%) and the pulsating/breathing tail LED indicator had a high current draw which if left On continuously would drain the tiny 10180 battery in 5-7 hrs. Skylumen made good on any outright failed units (the high drain pulsing LED was not considered a failure though) and decided it was not ready for further release.

But that was the Tange, not sure if Rofis’ model has been tweaked.

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Since it has no mechanical button, what are the chances of it randomly turning on inside your pocket, assuming you forget to lock it out?

EDIT:
Also, is the 10180 cell user accessible/removable?

Rofis wrote:
the light beam is more faster

Faster than the speed of light? That’s awesome! Smile
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Pete7874 wrote:
Since it has no mechanical button, what are the chances of it randomly turning on inside your pocket, assuming you forget to lock it out?

EDIT:
Also, is the 10180 cell user accessible/removable?

It uses one of those capacitance switches so accidental turn on is generally unlikely from being pressed against stuff in the pocket.

Skylumens indicated for the Tange that battery replacement by general users was not recommended. Disassemble might be somewhat difficult from tight fit and/or glue and/or reassembly could be tricky …but by flashlight enthusiasts are a different matter.

Again, all of the above info is for the Tange, I have no knowledge of the Rofis unit. On the basis of the Rofis description in OP, there would appear to be some differences. For example, the mode sequence is different, Tange is L-M-H-M-L… whereas TC1 is described/pictured as L-M-H-L-M-H… Also the TC1 desciption talks about a 3-sec Lock-out, the Tange does not appear to have such.

Seeking the light.

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now available also in BLUE / RED / GREEN

my discount code : MCMEE (use the link in the picture above to shop)
your presale price: US$ 11,99

 

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I don´t receive the TC1 from BG so far.

But one from GB.

There at least 5 Users on TLF (6 Items) who hold the TC1 in Hand.
So far there are no problems. After charging the battery all of them works fine Thumbs Up

Mine was locked at delivery.

So make sure to charge the battery first and after that press for at least a few seconds to unlock the light Thumbs Up

https://www.taschenlampen-forum.de/threads/rofis-tc1-eine-kurze-vorstellung.67556/

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the light beam is more faster

Stop! In the name of Einstein!

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I bought a couple of the black TC1’s and one has been on my keyring for a few weeks now, great little torch and feels nicer to use than the Cooyoo Quantum that’s been on my keys for most of last year.

The TC1 has performed well for me, with one caveat – it seems to drain its internal battery within a couple of weeks; twice now i’ve tried to switch it on to be met with either flashing red light on the button, or the main LED blinking 3 times and switching off; clearly the battery is depleted and charging is required to resolve.

Unfortunately this caveat is quite a deal breaker, as remembering to charge my keyring light every week, or so, is not on top of my agenda.

Either the quiescent current of the touch switch electronics is too high, or i have a dud?

Without the issues over battery drainage, this is otherwise a great torch and would have received 5 stars for everything.

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Hello my dear friends!
 
today i introduce the Rofis TC1 Mini-Flashlight – nice and small
and its TOUCH controlled! Wink


 
 
 
ASK if you have questions!
 

 

 

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Thanks Martin!! Great video & interesting light, mine should get here by end of next week. Looking forward to getting it…. Thumbs Up

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at first hook it on the charger 

took a minute to bring it alive

 

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Thanks for that info… will do. Thumbs Up

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