[♛ FreemeGB] ASTROLUX FT03 SST40 2400lm 875m NarsilM v1.3 USB-C 2A 26650/ 21700/18650 Flashlight - 1200pcs+ SOLD!!!

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the light seems out of stock on all tints now..

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sukanta wrote:
They first stopped selling 5000k , now 5700k. Surprisingly no other seller selling these.

Keep in mind that Astrolux is Banggoods house brand. I doubt they would allow any of their competitors to sell it.

I think there is a Mateminco version, isn’t there? It’s basically the same light but rebranded for the China market and usually sold on Aliexpress or maybe Taobao. I forget. Maybe someone remembers more.

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I don’t know if freeme is still sending out codes to interested folks, but there’s a public code in the first post of this thread that currently works for the Cool White version. See this post for more info.

Note that you can also order this light from AliExpress as it’s also known as the Mateminco MT35 Mini. That page claims to stock both versions and it’s only $6 more than the public coupon.

I don’t think anyone here has actually received an MT35m from the AliExpress store, but in theory it could arrive before an order placed at Banggood as BG currently claims a Cool White ship date of May 9 and aren’t even accepting orders for Neutral White.

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And now it’s shipped… Not sure what happened there.

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User Pearlriver is saying the 70.2 version is cancelled (or maybe set aside for now) and they are going to make a 50.2 version instead.

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As the thread title changed lately what is the actual state of the light? Will there be two versions? XHP-70.2 and XHP-50.2?
Only 50.2 version available now, the video shows the comparison between sst40 and xhp50.2 led.
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6000 lumens on xhp50.2 ? wow

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6000 lumens on xhp50.2 ? wow

That number is likely impossible from a single XHP50.2. I think they are trying to compare the candela only?

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okay hehe.. how high can u drive this emitter then ? They shouldnt drive it too hard since this host isnt all that beefy to handle that more heat.

placed order now on the 5700tint, will be fun.

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About 4300lm.

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6000 lumens on xhp50.2 ? wow

No. They are showing 4300 after a second or two, but that is probably a bit high. Plus we don’t know what battery is used. Figure double the lumens of the SST40. 1800lm and 3600lm at 30 seconds. Something like that.

The candela looks about right, from 203kcd to 133kcd. People will need to test it out to be sure.

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Ah its a video or GIF i didn’t notice. Realistically maybe around 3300-4000 lumens max depending on the battery used and also depending on the binning and tint of the XHP50.2. Using a 26650 or 21700 will help give good results for a short period.
I can’t seem to get more than 3400 lumens from a 18650 cell using a XHP50.2

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About 4300lm.

thats still good.

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Any working coupon for $29.99 price ?

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Are there still coupons available? I accidentally expressed my interest in the wrong thread (XHP50.2), but would like the SST40 version.

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i think so, just ask here and freeme will send you pm if there is still valid codes.

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mortuus wrote:
i think so, just ask here and freeme will send you pm if there is still valid codes.

Freeme, can you hear me? Smile

I noticed that one reviewer posted a discount code for 25% off – but this deal would save me another £4. Since I’m rather cash-strapped right now I’m happy about every penny that I can save.

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interested in a code if avail.

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Group buy price is back. Ready stock!

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good to hear!

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freeme wrote:

Group buy price is back. Ready stock!


Hi freeme. Please PM me the group buy code for FT03. Thanks
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Interested!

Code please!
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What 21700 battery is best for sst40 for long runtime?

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The 50E it the longest running 21700 but if runtime is the goal there are higher capacity 26650’s than there are 21700’s.

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tonylim wrote:
freeme wrote:

Group buy price is back. Ready stock!


Hi freeme. Please PM me the group buy code for FT03. Thanks

I have ordered 5700k version. Thanks for the code.
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Please PM me the group buy code for FT03. Many thanks
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Just ordered the 5700K version. Thanks, Freeme! Smile

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Thank you for your continued support!

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freeme wrote:

Group buy price is back. Ready stock!

Hi freeme. Please PM me the group buy code for FT03. Thanks
I have ordered 5700k version. Thanks for the code.

 

Thanks pal! 

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Just ordered the 5700K version. Thanks, Freeme! :)

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this light for that price wipes out almost anything there is, excited when i get mine.

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Ordered thanks!

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Ordered. Thanks.

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I am interested in the group buy code if it is still available.

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