KDLitker C21 XHP70

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KDLitker C21 XHP70

What do you guys make of this?


Had my eye on it for a little while, thinking of pulling the trigger soon, probably a 4000-5000K version. Any potential issues I should consider? Still a relative newb with LED lights.

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Up. Any info?

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I would like to see the mode spacing first. Also some info on thermo regulation or timed stepdown.

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It’s a boost driver with a xhp70.2 so it will heat up fast. Current is limited to probably 4.8 amps to the led. Probably temp regulated?

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In case someone is still curious. This dude, Weerapat Kiatdumrong, likes it. If you read through the comments below his video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP1nf3uM4gM.

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Thanks for the youtube link. He goes into more detail of C21 and compares with other C8 style flashlights here: https://youtu.be/8XQwLU6qKPc?t=249

Some interesting specs for C21
Smaller than M21A almost same size as C8.
Uses 21700 batteries
fits 22mm driver
C8 sized reflector.

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It’s not going to throw well, have a nice UI, or be generally useful and will need a fast step-down. It isn’t tactical, and, well, just doesn’t have much use for me. Even the HI .3 version will disappoint.