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

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