Fireflies ROT66 Gen II vs Astrolux MF01S - Compare The 2 Best Flashlights With Best P/P

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Fireflies ROT66 Gen II vs Astrolux MF01S - Compare The 2 Best Flashlights With Best P/P

Fireflies ROT66 Generation II and Astrolux MF01S are 2 flashlights with very good price / performance. Hopefully, through this clip, you will choose a flashlight that suits your needs.
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Nice comparison. I have both. They are great lights. I just wish they used constant current circuit so the output can be maintained. Also both are mising USB-C recharge. With these two features, they would be perfect soda can lights.

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SKV89 wrote:
Nice comparison. I have both. They are great lights. I just wish they used constant current circuit so the output can be maintained. Also both are mising USB-C recharge. With these two features, they would be perfect soda can lights.

I agree with you. I don’t really like lights that use lots of batteries with built-in charging ports. It will take a lot of time to charge the battery. Water resistance will also greatly reduce.
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Actually I want usb-c recharge in multi-cell lights. Smile It is a good convenience feature to leave charging over night and for gifting to others that don’t have a charger.

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SKV89 wrote:
Actually I want usb-c recharge in multi-cell lights. Smile It is a good convenience feature to leave charging over night and for gifting to others that don’t have a charger.

Type C charger probably max 18W. I think it is also very positive.
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SKV89 wrote:
Nice comparison. I have both. They are great lights. I just wish they used constant current circuit so the output can be maintained. Also both are mising USB-C recharge. With these two features, they would be perfect soda can lights.

Output drops with cell voltage on CC drivers too, unless one of these runs the emitters and cells in series.