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why would anyone wants yellow emitters, for what purpose ?

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mortuus wrote:
why would anyone wants yellow emitters, for what purpose ?

Ya after getting Osram Yellow on CH2 I’m asking myself that exact question.

Now if you mean something like the E21A 2000K, that’s different… awesome for indoor use

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All copper KR1 has been listed: https://intl-outdoor.com/noctigon-kr1-all-copper-tail-e-switch-18650-poc...

Hah. When stock was running out for the aluminum versions I had the thought that a titanium or copper run was probably in the works.

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mortuus wrote:
why would anyone wants yellow emitters, for what purpose ?

I got them to help preserve night vision at very low levels since I don’t care much for monochromatic LEDs. Might be nice for reducing glare in fog too.

Honestly, I wasn’t really sure what else to put in there because with E21A on Ch1, the SST options wouldn’t really be all that useful and I don’t have any use for the green either. So that leaves the FY.

Would have been cool to see slightly larger diameter lenses for the three Ch2 emitters and an option for NM1.TG, but that would have increased the head diameter. I think it’s fine the way it is now and Ch2 is just a nice gimmick to fill in some empty space in the optic.

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Rayoui wrote:
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why would anyone wants yellow emitters, for what purpose ?

Would have been cool to see slightly larger diameter lenses for the three Ch2 emitters and an option for NM1.TG


This is what I feel too. Nm1 white on ch2 would probably have me buying it. Would be nice complement to a warm channel 1 IMO

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I just ordered the all copper d4v2 with the E21A nichia 3500k emitters, I havent seen the literature on the wesite but I am assuming these are high cri too like the sst20 emitters? Just wanted to be sure. Thanks!

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I just ordered the all copper d4v2 with the E21A nichia 3500k emitters, I havent seen the literature on the wesite but I am assuming these are high cri too like the sst20 emitters? Just wanted to be sure. Thanks!

Yes, they are.

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I just ordered the all copper d4v2 with the E21A nichia 3500k emitters, I havent seen the literature on the wesite but I am assuming these are high cri too like the sst20 emitters? Just wanted to be sure. Thanks!

Can’t wait to hear your inpressions. I have the 2000 and 2700 and I’ve been thinking of grabbing the light you have coming. Do you have any other warm emitters for comparisons?
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Thefossilchannel wrote:
I just ordered the all copper d4v2 with the E21A nichia 3500k emitters

Having the exact same for couple of weeks . Mine was shipped with the 10622 optics since the 10623 was out . Yours will probably be shipped with the 10623 . I have the 10623 installed on all my other 5 d4v2, but on this one the 10622 is good . On your next order, you should get it to try.

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Just my unsolicited ¢2 . . .

I’d love to see a: single emitter, triple secondary, 14500 powered, rear switch, tail standing, Andúril flashlight, with a pocket clip – from Hank. I’d be in for a half- dozen of them.

Anybody else?

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I’d prefer a side switch, but any14500 light with Anduril and I could finally replace the last of my Zebralights.

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Haven’t seen any pics of a switch with red LEDs yet….

I’ve finally found absolute perfection in a bedside light. Red switch LEDs match the red aux LEDs perfectly (thought it might look pink through the rubber switch). The red aux LEDs and switch on dim don’t interrupt my sleep, yet its easy to find and turn on in the dark. The SST20 2700k is easy on the eyes early in morning, and the bedroom looks like it is illuminated by an actual candle when on candlelight mode. Wink

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When E21A 1600K Shocked

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When E21A 1600K Shocked

That would be wild! I’m kicking some e21a 2000K light as I type this from my KR4
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Playing around with heat anodizing titanium. Definitely an art to it. Flame size, angle, location, etc all make for different results. One thing I know for sure, make sure to brake clean the part first. The last pic shows my first attempt that was not cleaned first. Came out super dull and oily spots show through in the results.

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Playing around with heat anodizing titanium.

You can also try a little less heat and dunk it in Ferric Chloride (read label) while hot to create some pretty wild patterns:

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Thanks for the tip!

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G.P. wrote:
Playing around with heat anodizing titanium.

You can also try a little less heat and dunk it in Ferric Chloride (read label) while hot to create some pretty wild patterns:

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G.P. wrote:
Playing around with heat anodizing titanium.

You can also try a little less heat and dunk it in Ferric Chloride (read label) while hot to create some pretty wild patterns:

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Photon Master wrote:
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I just ordered the all copper d4v2 with the E21A nichia 3500k emitters, I havent seen the literature on the wesite but I am assuming these are high cri too like the sst20 emitters? Just wanted to be sure. Thanks!
Can’t wait to hear your inpressions. I have the 2000 and 2700 and I’ve been thinking of grabbing the light you have coming. Do you have any other warm emitters for comparisons?

Thanks! I cant wait to get it. Been wanting to review this since a youtuber left me a comment to check out the emisar brand.

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Lightenzaza wrote:
Thefossilchannel wrote:
I just ordered the all copper d4v2 with the E21A nichia 3500k emitters
Having the exact same for couple of weeks . Mine was shipped with the 10622 optics since the 10623 was out . Yours will probably be shipped with the 10623 . I have the 10623 installed on all my other 5 d4v2, but on this one the 10622 is good . On your next order, you should get it to try.

I think I also ordered a floody optic with it too as an additional option. I also got the 18350 tube as well as the pocket clip. I think this will be my new edc for a bit. Does anyone know of a good place to get 18350 rechargeable batteries for this light? Preferably with a charging port built into the battery.

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Thefossilchannel wrote:

I think I also ordered a floody optic with it


I’m curious to what you receive, please let me know . The e21a is shipped with the 10623 ( floody ) by default ( i think ) . We will see if adding an extra floody optic gives you an 10622 ( regular ) or double floody .

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CSLPM1.TG added as an option!

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Artiet59 wrote:
https://intl-outdoor.com/led-flashlights/emisar-d4sv2.html

Their back, all colors!!


That’s awesome! Anyone know what the XP-G2 emitter is?
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CSLPM1.TG added as an option!

I’m going back and forth with that and sst20 4000k. I have this light with 5000k and I have d4 with w2… decisions decisions…

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Ya I’m confused. And he talks about the Nichia 219c in the description but I can’t figure out what I want

Any advice? I’m going to order 3 of these and I don’t want 6500K. Def one in deep red

https://www.cree.com/led-components/products/xlamp-leds-discrete/xlamp-x...

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XP-G2 is an older design, small die + non-flip chip = throwy LED. It’s basically only used in AAA lights these days and I can’t imagine why anyone would choose it over the SST-20, XP-L HI, or Osram.

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Thanks dude I was going to buy that . I have the Osram yellow in my 9.3 and don’t like it. I wonder if the W2 would be more useful?

I think I’ll go with the floody optic for my deep red one – should be cool for indoor night use I think

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contactcr wrote:
XP-G2 is an older design, small die + non-flip chip = throwy LED. It’s basically only used in AAA lights these days and I can’t imagine why anyone would choose it over the SST-20, XP-L HI, or Osram.

Less heat and lower cost?

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Photon Master wrote:
Ya I’m confused. And he talks about the Nichia 219c in the description but I can’t figure out what I want

Any advice? I’m going to order 3 of these and I don’t want 6500K. Def one in deep red

https://www.cree.com/led-components/products/xlamp-leds-discrete/xlamp-x...


I just ordered green body, sst20 4000k. Soon I’ll order cyan W2. I already have the gray body, sst20 5000k

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