[Giveaway] Brinyte wishes everyone a happiest New Year 2020

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[Giveaway] Brinyte wishes everyone a happiest New Year 2020


Happy New Year!
Brinyte wishes you a happiest and successful New Year! We’d like to celebrate the coming New Year with you, 3* Brinyte T28 Artemis sample kit will be given away!
Rules: Thumbs Up Comment “IN” below this post, and show a picture about your favorite flashlight and the reason you like it below this post;
(Note: Every commenter will get a number to join this Giveaway)
*Three winners will be announced on 7th, January 2020 Big Smile The winner will be selected using random.org according to your number.
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Thanks for the giveaway, Brinyte2018!

I'm not in this one.

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raccoon city wrote:

Thanks for the giveaway, Brinyte2018!


I’m not in this one.


Thank you so much! Happy New Year! But may I know why don’t you join this one GAW?
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Thank you Brinyte, I’m in. Smile

I don’t have the favourite flashlight. I like many.
If I were to pick one it would be CRX-modded Thrunite Ti4.

It’s small, powerful, good looking, durable. It has a great UI (QTC ramping).
It does have its drawbacks…but it does everything I meant it to do – and it does it well. Smile

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Brinyte2018 wrote:

Thank you so much! Happy New Year! But may I know why don't you join this one GAW?

The flashlight in the GAW is too big for me or my family's taste.

We like much smaller, more compact flashlights.

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IN

I like high brightness flashlights.

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IN

Nitesun DIV02Pro – compact and powerfull underwater flashlight, good quality triple o-ring seals, +90minutes runtime


I also like my almost 5years old indestructible DIV05 Wink

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Agro wrote:
Thank you Brinyte, I’m in. Smile

I don’t have the favourite flashlight. I like many.
If I were to pick one it would be CRX-modded Thrunite Ti4.

It’s small, powerful, good looking, durable. It has a great UI (QTC ramping).
It does have its drawbacks…but it does everything I meant it to do – and it does it well. Smile

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The Nightwatch IRA: small light with factory-standard Osram white flat…gotta see how strong it throws for such a small reflector HERE

Btw, IN !

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Oh, so it is. Btw, thanks for your support to our post^^ Have a good day or night!

raccoon city wrote:

Brinyte2018 wrote:

Thank you so much! Happy New Year! But may I know why don’t you join this one GAW?


The flashlight in the GAW is too big for me or my family’s taste.


We like much smaller, more compact flashlights.

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I like high brightness flashlights.
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Ridiculous throw, yet still a flashlight:

More Photons!

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YLP Unicorn 1.0 because it’s inexpensive but bright and full of features, still easy to use.

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In!

Thrunite T10, I like the size, the steel bezel and the moonlight mode

Flashlights, blades & beer

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Mieciu wrote:
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Nitesun DIV02Pro – compact and powerfull underwater flashlight, good quality triple o-ring seals, +90minutes runtime


I also like my almost 5years old indestructible DIV05 Wink

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tatasal wrote:

The Nightwatch IRA: small light with factory-standard Osram white flat…gotta see how strong it throws for such a small reflector HERE

Btw, IN !

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In, picking a favorite is too hard but my Fenix LD22 is probably the form I most prefer for the most common flashlight use, now I just need a more modern-improved version of the 2 AA light.

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Ridiculous throw, yet still a flashlight:

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Sofirn sp36 blf edition for flood
Astrolux ft03 for throw Big Smile

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I’m in. Thank you Brinyte.

When I’m walking the dog in the evening I carry a Sofirn Q8 in the pocket of my coat.
And my dear dog wears the little Sofirn C01 + diffuser on her collar.
Thus preventing me tripping over her and breaking my neck (she is almost gunmetal grey).

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.

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In!

Favorite this week is a Folomov 26650s since it’s my first multi led “flood” light and my first 26650.

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Emisar D4S

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IN, FW3A for its small size and high output with nice CRI

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I am in.

gchart special I dub thee S41Sg

Great tint
Starts off dim
Solidly built
Functional lit tail cap

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Nice, thanks! Definitely in!

No Brinytes, yet, ‘though I’ve wanted a B158 for a while… Smile

 

“Favorites”? Too many, for too many reasons (throwers, flooders, EDCs, etc.). Favorite all-around light would be the Nitecore MH20.

About as compact an 18650 light as I’ve seen, built-in charging, awesome UI with the 2-stage switch, a nice balanced beam, a perfect deep-carry clip, direct voltage readout (eg, 4 then 2 blinks for 4.2V), nice beacon/locator on the sideswitch (short blips, no “breathing”), just a whole bunch of niceties thrown into one light.

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Happy newyear Brinyte!

I’m back to my old Supfire S1 as EDC (BLF-A6 driver, new led: 3500K 90CRI LH351D)

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Here’s my favorite flashlight now. Acebeam K30 GT because of it’s very high output and 1km throw at a small package.

  • My current lights: Astrolux MF01 - Astrolux S43 - Astrolux FT03 - Convoy L6 - Nitecore MH20 - Nitecore TIP - Nitecore TUP - Convoy M3 - Convoy C8+ - Astrolux C8 - Astrolux MF01 Mini - Full Copper - Acebeam K30GT SBT90.2 - Massdrop tool AAA Copper and Brass - Nitecore Tip2
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Using the (modified) Tool AA for over a year. Gets the most use of all my lights by a distance.
Good output and runtime for the size. Best light is the one you have with you. Love clickies for EDC to prevent accidental activation and finding your battery drained when you need it.

New T28 Artemis looks very interesting for hunting.

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One of the best current beasts

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In, D4 with mixed emitters, aux board, and 18350 tube. It goes most everywhere I do. Close second the LT1, but D4 wins. I like it because it run Anduril, its small, but lasts generally a week or more between charges. It gets used on nightly walks, midnight bathroom runs, and any other time a bit more light is helpful.

aux board:

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In, little popcan. Bright and high cri

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