[♛ FreemeGB-NOV] Haikelite HT70 4*SST70 6500k 17000 lumens 18650 Flashlight - ALIVE!

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[♛ FreemeGB-NOV] Haikelite HT70 4*SST70 6500k 17000 lumens 18650 Flashlight - ALIVE!

 

Haikelite HT70 4*SST70 6500k 17000 lumens 18650 Flashlight

 

 

GB Price: $129.99 ($199.00)

 Starts from 11.11 + FREE Gift 

  

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Discounted Price: from $135.99

Coupon:  BGHT70 

 

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Specification:

Brand Haikelite
Light beads SST70
Color temperature 6500k
Lumens 17000lm
Range- 1500m
Battery  18650(Not included)
Size 235 x 86 x 51mm (leght x light head x barrel)
Weight 840g


Features:

1. Using four LUMINUS SST70 lamp beads
2. Can choose the color temperature of the lamp bead: cool white / neutral (the lamp is SST70 P2 grade)
3. Maximum brightness of 17000 lumens, up to a range of 1 500 meters
4. Has a tactical mode to switch between daily use or search and rescue
5. Use 2 sections / 4 sections / 6 sections / 8 sections 18650 rechargeable power lithium battery (not included). It is recommended to use 18650 3000mAh power lithium battery
7. One-handed, simple and fast operation
8. Built-in advanced intelligent temperature control settings, can automatically adjust the brightness according to the working state of the flashlight and the outside temperature
9. Compatible standard tripod interface, standard screw head
10. Lock function to prevent accidental light
11. Double-coated tempered anti-transparent purple optical lens, higher light transmittance
12. Using metal aluminum reflector
13. Aviation grade aluminum alloy military standard three-stage hard anodizing anti-wear surface treatment

Package included:
1 x Flashlight 
1 x Carry Strap
2 x Waterproof O-rings
1 x Manual
Screws

 

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How many 18650 does it take?

It can not be “One” with all that output!

2 section/4section/6 section/8 sections??? Are these extensions which are also associated w/ how many 18650?

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So Haikelite isn’t dead. Their website is, so I had been wondering.

This is the first I’ve heard of the SST-70. There’s an output test by djozz showing similar output to the XHP50B until significantly overdriven, and a smaller emitter area for more throw.

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BaronVonEissler wrote:
How many 18650 does it take?

It can not be “One” with all that output!

2 section/4section/6 section/8 sections??? Are these extensions which are also associated w/ how many 18650?


Yes, I would like to know as well!
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HT70 uses 2x/ 4x/ 6x /8x button top high-drain 18650 batteries. 

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How many 18650 does it take? It can not be "One" with all that output! 2 section/4section/6 section/8 sections??? Are these extensions which are also associated w/ how many 18650?

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Looklike 2s are directly drived to the LEDs

The tube is quite long for 4*18650, i hope it is 4*21700, it’s easy to find high drain 21700 with high capacity

Btw, I’m in Wink

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They is a super fair price for a light that has decent lux and great output.

I’m in! code please

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Price is similar to our previous MT09R gb. I will pm your guys the deal tomorrow (10th).

Redlyne22 wrote:
They is a super fair price for a light that has decent lux and great output. I'm in! code please

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freeme wrote:

HT70 uses 2x/ 4x/ 6x /8x button top high-drain 18650 batteries. 


BaronVonEissler wrote:
How many 18650 does it take? It can not be “One” with all that output! 2 section/4section/6 section/8 sections??? Are these extensions which are also associated w/ how many 18650?

Thank you.

Description states 5000K OR 6500K. Banggood only gives 6500K option?

1.Any idea what kind of step down and when?

.Thanks

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I want one.

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freeme wrote:

Price is similar to our previous MT09R gb. I will pm your guys the deal tomorrow (10th).


Redlyne22 wrote:
They is a super fair price for a light that has decent lux and great output. I’m in! code please

I am IN “IF” it indeed comes in Neutral White. Cool NW Please. Code Please!

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I am surprised no one has asked these important questions.Especially #1 and #2.So I will ask them.

1. What is the UI

2. What are the Outputs of the other mode groups?

3. What type of battery carrier if any is used? 2 × 4 carrier with option of using 2/4/6 or 8 batteries?

4. Are 10Amp high drains enough[ MJ1 OR GA’S]?

Off hand the Only 3000mAh high drains I can think of is the 30Q,LG HG2 and the VTC6.

IF 10amps are enough I would prefer the 3500mAh GA’S OR MJ1.

Thanks

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BaronVonEissler wrote:
I am surprised no one has asked these important questions.Especially #1 and #2.So I will ask them.

1. What is the UI

2. What are the Outputs of the other mode groups?

3. What type of battery carrier if any is used? 2 × 4 carrier with option of using 2/4/6 or 8 batteries?

4. Are 10Amp high drains enough[ MJ1 OR GA’S]?

Off hand the Only 3000mAh high drains I can think of is the 30Q,LG HG2 and the VTC6.

IF 10amps are enough I would prefer the 3500mAh GA’S OR MJ1.

Thanks

1. ?
2. ?
3. No carrier; one piece battery tube design. All positives face towards driver. All negatives at the springs in the tail cap.
4. 10A like GA is definitely enough. However, there is a chance it uses a FET drive, so you could get a tad more output with something like a 30Q or VTC6. But I doubt you would notice the difference with the naked eye.

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From Djozz’s test the output is pulling around 7 amps per LED.

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hIKARInoob wrote:
BaronVonEissler wrote:
I am surprised no one has asked these important questions.Especially #1 and #2.So I will ask them.

1. What is the UI

2. What are the Outputs of the other mode groups?

3. What type of battery carrier if any is used? 2 × 4 carrier with option of using 2/4/6 or 8 batteries?

4. Are 10Amp high drains enough[ MJ1 OR GA’S]?

Off hand the Only 3000mAh high drains I can think of is the 30Q,LG HG2 and the VTC6.

IF 10amps are enough I would prefer the 3500mAh GA’S OR MJ1.

Thanks

1. ?
2. ?
3. No carrier; one piece battery tube design. All positives face towards driver. All negatives at the springs in the tail cap.
4. 10A like GA is definitely enough. However, there is a chance it uses a FET drive, so you could get a tad more output with something like a 30Q or VTC6. But I doubt you would notice the difference with the naked eye.

Thanks. I have 8 X GA BT Protected that have about 25 cycles and have been stored since last November…….now they can have a home!

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texas shooter wrote:
From Djozz’s test the output is pulling around 7 amps per LED.

Thanks. That seems to confirm that 10Amp GA’S are enough.

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Interested!

Brighter every day!

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BaronVonEissler wrote:
texas shooter wrote:
From Djozz’s test the output is pulling around 7 amps per LED.

Thanks. That seems to confirm that 10Amp GA’S are enough.

The current going through the LED is not the same as the current going through the batteries.

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BaronVonEissler wrote:

Thanks. I have 8 X GA BT Protected that have about 25 cycles and have been stored since last November…….now they can have a home!

There is a possibility that it is not going to fit, as protected cells are a bit longer than unprotected cells.

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Interested in Code for nw grey or sandy Version ... Need a Battle to DT70 wink

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hIKARInoob][quote=BaronVonEissler wrote:

Thanks. I have 8 X GA BT Protected that have about 25 cycles and have been stored since last November…….now they can have a home!

There is a possibility that it is not going to fit, as protected cells are a bit longer than unprotected cells.

OK. In post #15 you state that 10 amp like GA is plenty. Is that still true?

If they are too long I will have to get some FT high drains.

NW must be available before I get it. I forget what light it was. I remember they initially just had CW before they got NW.

Thanks

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BaronVonEissler wrote:

Thanks. I have 8 X GA BT Protected that have about 25 cycles and have been stored since last November…….now they can have a home!

There is a possibility that it is not going to fit, as protected cells are a bit longer than unprotected cells.

OK. In post #15 you state that 10 amp like GA is plenty. Is that still true?

If they are too long I will have to get some FT high drains.

NW must be available before I get it. I forget what light it was. I remember they initially just had CW before they got NW.

Thanks

Yes 10A GA, 8 pieces for this light, is definitely ok. One thing you might want to consider is to nevertheless get 15A cells like 30Qs to future proof in case a new 8×18650 monster light you want requires more than 10A per cell. You’re not going to notice too much in terms of capacity anyway.

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Unprotected button top battery preferred. Haikelite recommends Samsung 30Q grade on their site for this light. 

BaronVonEissler][quote=hIKARInoob wrote:
BaronVonEissler wrote:
Thanks. I have 8 X GA BT Protected that have about 25 cycles and have been stored since last November.......now they can have a home! There is a possibility that it is not going to fit, as protected cells are a bit longer than unprotected cells.
OK. In post #15 you state that 10 amp like GA is plenty. Is that still true? If they are too long I will have to get some FT high drains. NW must be available before I get it. I forget what light it was. I remember they initially just had CW before they got NW. Thanks

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Interesting light. Performance is amazing for the head size. Just wish it was shorter (4 cells) and a bit lighter. You can send me a coupon but I’m not sure if I’m gna buy it. Do you know how long the 11:11 GB offer will last?

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freeme]<p>Unprotected button top battery preferred. Haikelite recommends Samsung 30Q grade on their site for this light.&nbsp;</p> <p>[quote=BaronVonEissler wrote:
hIKARInoob wrote:
BaronVonEissler wrote:
Thanks. I have 8 X GA BT Protected that have about 25 cycles and have been stored since last November…….now they can have a home! There is a possibility that it is not going to fit, as protected cells are a bit longer than unprotected cells.
OK. In post #15 you state that 10 amp like GA is plenty. Is that still true? If they are too long I will have to get some FT high drains. NW must be available before I get it. I forget what light it was. I remember they initially just had CW before they got NW. Thanks

Ok,,,Thank you.

Four more important questions to answer.

1. What is the UI?

2. What are the other mode groups output?

3. When is Neutral white available? It is Not an option on Banggoods site.

4. Is this the Only form of step down? “Built-in advanced intelligent temperature control settings, can automatically adjust the brightness according to the working state of the flashlight and the outside temperature”.

Thanks. I am sure others would also appreciate the answers. I am just the one posing them! Big Smile

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Interested. Please let me know the code…

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pearlriver wrote:
!{width:100%}https://ftp.bmp.ovh/imgs/2019/11/6e1da31a5e940a10.jpg!

Thanks.

The beam distance[stats] on the Mateminco MT70 PLUS[1549 Meters] and the the beam distance on the Haiklite HT70[1500M] are basically the same. Yet the Mateminco MT70 Plus appears to have a much more intense beam and lights that building up a lot more. Makes me wonder.

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I`m interested !

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