[M4D deal ACTIVE] Haikelite MT03 Pure brass

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[M4D deal ACTIVE] Haikelite MT03 Pure brass

So you need some BLING? The “Haikelite MT03 Pure brass” will fix that!

 

Hello my dear friend!

Are you tired of your black flashlight collection?
Do you need some BLING”?

Haikelite MT03 Pure brass

XHP70.2 21000Lumens Flashlight 
available in 500K and 6500K
Limited Edition!

M4DM4X deal is available on my blog
(no need to signup!)

(the links above take you to the shop page for more info)

User interface:

1.By default the MT03 is set to use the very intuitive Narsil smooth RAMPING UI. Instant access to TURBO mode is also provided.
2.A more conventional discrete level MODE-SET UI is available as an alternative. Any one of 12 predefined mode-sets can be selected.
3.MOMENTARY mode is useful for signaling purposes or rapidly/briefly lighting up targets.

MT03 use the same UI as MT09R, SEE the chart here

 

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Wow! Looks awesome! Wonder how it really does in handling the heat compared to the alum ones.

1450 grams, yep, it's brass. More than double the weight of the alum version.

 

3.2 lbs of golden glory!

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Wow, that is a beast of a light.

I still love my MT03’s, the best flooders I have once I swapped to 80cri LED’s.

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This looks like made of pure gold…
Should be a good seller in Dubai Cash
(Wish I could afford it)

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Tom E wrote:

Wow! Looks awesome! Wonder how it really does in handling the heat compared to the alum ones.


1450 grams, yep, it’s brass. More than double the weight of the alum version.


 


3.2 lbs of golden glory!

About half the thermal conductivity of aluminum.

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twisted raven wrote:
Tom E wrote:

Wow! Looks awesome! Wonder how it really does in handling the heat compared to the alum ones.

1450 grams, yep, it's brass. More than double the weight of the alum version.

 

3.2 lbs of golden glory!

About half the thermal conductivity of aluminum.

You mean the material ratings. Yea, but what does that really mean for this design? Maybe takes longer to heat up, but takes even longer to dissipate it? Does the heat build up internally mean trouble for the LED's or driver? Would be interesting to know what goes on because I doubt HL did any significant testing of this new design thermally. TA didn't know bout it so he didn't test it.

I agree with TA though - this is bout the best high output flooder around, still at a reasonable cost. The efficiency of the XHP70.2's is a big factor.