Lumintop EDC05 CW beam color

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Lumintop EDC05 CW beam color

I just ordered a Lumintop EDC05. They only had CW. Is it around 6000k? I don’t like really blue tints like what you see on cheap lights.

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Then why did you order it?

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Damm! Blue light flashlight Crazy Ah well I have 4 Nichia’s and it shouldn’t be too bad.

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It took a while but I realized the question above was not a joke lol. Also my brain pattern was working incorrectly when I was ordering and I made the mistake of checking the CW box thinking it was Neutral White. Anyways, I bought it because of Lumens also! When I joined around a week ago I only had 2 flashlights. A ~ 10 yr old Fenix PD30r(65000k) spot beam and a 6 month old Manker Lad II keychain flood beam.
So now I have a 220 lumens and a 300 lumens flashlight.
I decided I now need a ~800 lumen and a ~2000 lumens. And for the 2000lumens I picked up a Astrolux FT03 }D…but it’s over 4000 lumens!! Evil

"It's super bright, super tough, and super efficient! What more could you ask for?"

The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invincible.