New Fireflies T1R Mini Thrower-- Release date 25th Jan

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New Fireflies T1R Mini Thrower-- Release date 25th Jan

Features from Prototype:

• Single Osram CULNM1.TG
• Max output 1000 lumens ;
• Light Intensity: 125 000cd , 700meters
• With RGB Auxiliary LEDs
• Battery type: 22430 / 18350 (short body) 21700 / 18650 (Long body)
• Built-in USB Type-C 2A fast charging
• High efficiency 6A Constant Current Buck driver ; Efficiency > 93%
• Made of 6063-T6 aluminum, Type III hard coat anodizing
• High efficient 3.6 Degree TRI Optics; Up to 138cd/LM
• Ultra Clear AR Coating Glass lens
• Stainless steel side switch with built-in battery charging indication
• Optional for 6×1.5mm Trits
• UI – Anduril firmware
• Size: 3.1’ × 1.45’‘ x 1.04’‘ / 79× 37 × 26.5mm
• Netweight: 78gram / 2.75 oz



Some photos from prototypes




Prototype is just for reference and does not represent the final mass-production T1R.

Welcome to discuss in details Cool

Update: 2021/1/17

Fireflies T1R pocket thrower will be ready for sale on 25th.

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Edited by: FireFlies on 01/17/2021 - 13:03
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The 15sec movie tells most.
I’m in, I gotta have this one…

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Interested depending on price.

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Hello! Nice.

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Thumbs Up I like that all of your new upcoming lights have high efficiency cc drivers.
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I love new flashlight season.

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This is going to be expensive winter...

WTB Titanium 4sevens 2xAA tube

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id30209 wrote:

This is going to be expensive winter…

Big Smile you made my day

Righ, Autumn (fall) has it’s own budget rules.
Let’s hope the pandemia will not kill deliveries like it did in spring…

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It would be great if the driver had accessible flashing pads so Anduril could be easily updated.

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asdqqq wrote:
It would be great if the driver had accessible flashing pads so Anduril could be easily updated.

When I think of pure throwers, I always have a one mode driver in mind: As much power as the LED can possibly survive.

Smile, you cannot kill them all.

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Nice but if the 18350 tube can’t have a pocket clip, I’m out.

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Unheard wrote:
asdqqq wrote:
It would be great if the driver had accessible flashing pads so Anduril could be easily updated.
When I think of pure throwers, I always have a one mode driver in mind: As much power as the LED can possibly survive.

I love the idea of just pressing a dedicated button to get everything a light’s got. But also I feel like I should be able to utilize whatever flashlight is closest to me for whatever purpose.

If all I have in the room is this, I still want to be capable of looking under the couch for the cat’s toy or read mail on the way back from the mailbox. A dedicated turbo button would solve this.

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From the video, it looks like this throws better than my MC13, E10, and possibly L17 at half the size!

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Interested. The length of 79mm is for the 18350 or the 21700?

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Please consider a version using the SBT90.2

I think a small SBT90.2 thrower with Anduril and the control button on the head of the light would be popular

Lumitop has the X9L but considering you would be using turbo for shorter durations the tail switch is inconvenient

Fireflies seems to be pushing Lumen and Candela boundaries in smaller lights and this would seem to fit with your product philosophy

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Nice little light, I am in for 1 Smile

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Ilumenati wrote:
Please consider a version using the SBT90.2

I think a small SBT90.2 thrower with Anduril and the control button on the head of the light would be popular

Lumitop has the X9L but considering you would be using turbo for shorter durations the tail switch is inconvenient

Fireflies seems to be pushing Lumen and Candela boundaries in smaller lights and this would seem to fit with your product philosophy

NEW Project T9R has SBT90.2 version, with deep aluminum reflector.

Yes, I agree your point.

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Interested! Fireflies has been making some very cool stuff. Keep up the good work!

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cclight wrote:
Interested. The length of 79mm is for the 18350 or the 21700?

79mm is for 22430/18350 body, using a battery sleeve to fit 18350 cell.

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Interested, any info on that 22430 battery? Is the long tube able to fit a 22700 battery?

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From the video look like they have done a very good job, perhaps pushed beyond the capabilities of E10 etc.

This will be added to my collection.

Looking forward to hearing more about the SBT90.2 project as well.

Edit: re-reading the specs, this light does everything right by my book and what a great design! Good work Fireflies!

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Ilumenati wrote:
Please consider a version using the SBT90.2

I think a small SBT90.2 thrower with Anduril and the control button on the head of the light would be popular

This is like putting V12 6.0L bi-turbo engine into Honda Jazz Thumbs Up Evil

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V8 HO installed in a Prius.. Don’t want accidentally turning Turbo in pocket (:

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When will it be available?
Is there any group buy?
I am a fan of ff.

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So in for this depending on price Big Smile

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Interested

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Wow! I have to say, I don’t own a fireflies light but this is one of three lately that is going to make me open my wallet up! Especially this one! Looks like it’ll outclass my KR1.. would really love to see the CULPM1 as an option though. KR1 doesn’t offer it either idk why..

Love the 6a cc driver too!

I feel the price is going to sting a little though… we will see maybe I’m wrong..

Check out some of my new lights (picture heavy) and quick first impressions of them here: https://budgetlightforum.com/node/77180

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Intrested depending on price.
Will there be a group buy?

Zee

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