Review: NITEYE EYE-30

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Review: NITEYE EYE-30

i wont say much, pictures will tell everything... i love this EYE-30. itcomes with nice caseFyi, the strobe and the sos mode is combined into 1 mode, so when you switch to strobe mode, at first the light will blink fast (like usual strobe) then slowly blink into SOS then it will blink to strobe - sos-strobe.....

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The size of each head is similar to SUNWAYMAN V20C or XENO G10.

 

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THE 3LED Gadgets...

RRT-3, 3T6, EYE30, TM11

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So how much would you like for all four?.lol Sexy light in weird way. Thanks for the pics

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Thanks for the photos.

Looks very well built. I can see the Ar coated glass. I really like it with the handle, as I have seen in other photos of course.

Is the Strobe in the other turn direction than the constant modes?

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i love them all... equally. each of them has different features 

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Hikelite wrote:

Thanks for the photos.

Looks very well built. I can see the Ar coated glass. I really like it with the handle, as I have seen in other photos of course.

Is the Strobe in the other turn direction than the constant modes?

 

yes, low-high is on clockwise rotation. strobe is on counter clockwise...

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harry25175 wrote:

Hikelite wrote:

Thanks for the photos.

Looks very well built. I can see the Ar coated glass. I really like it with the handle, as I have seen in other photos of course.

Is the Strobe in the other turn direction than the constant modes?

 

yes, low-high is on clockwise rotation. strobe is on counter clockwise...

Thanks. Nice feature.

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Great collection. Seeing this Makes me wonder how bright a room will be when all four are powered.
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What a hulk flashlight. Hardly pocketable but i would find a way to carry it. Probably not for the faint hearted. Big Smile

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Wow! seeing that beside the nitecore tm11, it is much smaller than I thought!! 

 

What a beautiful piece of lighting equipment. Thanks for the post!

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It has a nice round shape beam spot.

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see it on you hand, hold it and you will love it... it has better quality than jetbeam RRT-3.

 

This is what i call a EXOTIC FLASHLIGHT

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So ultimately, what's the real benefit of having separate reflectors versus the mesh style? Size seems pretty similar. 

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It seems the separate bezels(reflectors) has nice beam profile and better heat dissipation.

 

Thanks for the nice photos. Looks well-made torch.

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weiser701 wrote:

So ultimately, what's the real benefit of having separate reflectors versus the mesh style? Size seems pretty similar. 

the different is on the spill. Niteye has 3 different heads which create a solid round spill, where as the mesh style, such as RRT-3, does not has a round spill.

I will try to capture the image of the spill and post it here... 

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that is a beast

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Wow! Shocked

Quite a flashlight! Bit out of my league I guess though.... Smile Sorry for the delay in making this review Frontpage and Sticky.

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sb56637 wrote:

Wow! Shocked

Quite a flashlight! Bit out of my league I guess though.... Smile Sorry for the delay in making this review Frontpage and Sticky.

thx

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Nice review of a cool new light. I posted a link to this review on the Niteye Facebook fan page so others can be informed about this light.
https://www.facebook.com/Niteyelight

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