[New] YLP Unicorn 1.0

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clemence wrote:
Yup I know. I meant no linear, linear + FET, or linear + FET + PWM (worse). Simple buck drivers already cheap these days.
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Yes, but a good linear driver (for one-LED flashlight) will be better for flat regulation than a cheap buck driver =)
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Looks pretty interesting. Are they designed in Russia and manufactured in China ?

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varbos wrote:
Looks pretty interesting. Are they designed in Russia and manufactured in China ?
Yes Smile
YLP is the top branch of the Russian brand Yarkiy Luch (“Bright Ray”), which supplies flashlights from China to Russian customers, sometimes modernizing these lights according for Russian needs.

YLP (Yarkiy Luch Professional) deals with adjusting the best OEM-models for the requests of Russian users, while also developing original YLP-lights, such as Panda, Unicorn, etc.

http://ylplight.com/en/o-kompanii/
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ToyKeeper wrote:
I wonder why he used t25 instead of t85 like the Meteor. It seems like a strange step backward.

I can say that Unicorn is almost low-end flashlight. Here the price is about 30$ and free ship. for big city, while even skilhunt H03 is about 50-60$.
So it is just cheap flashlight but with good design and SW.

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Looking good, especially sizewise Cool
I do hope the button is recessed enough to help with accidental activation. Eagerly awaiting your review!

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bmengineer wrote:

Looking forward to your review.

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marcus_z wrote:
button is recessed enough

Yes. And pretty tough. Harder than Zebra mk4
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Nice colour Thumbs Up

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Scallywag wrote:
Looking forward to your review.

Patiently waiting Innocent

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