AAA/10440 battery keychain light JAXMAN FINGEAR i2

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For a 10440 light, I agree that the weight is good.

Btw, I ordered two of these and they should be delivered this week Smile

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Thank you for your warm support

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My red one arrived in just 14½ days after ordering. Quite fast, with COVID still around.
The body is a bit darker red than in the OP picture, and it has a satin like finish.
A bit like the “metallic red” of the Mazda’s CX5 sold a few years back. Not bad at all.
The anodizing is next to perfect, no spots, no color shift, no chips missing.
But since I’m more a fire-truck red person myself, this light will become a gift item.

It is a one-mode light with a pebbled TIR. Given it’s size I call it a moderate flooder.
I care for every lumen so I ordered a CW. But it’s not that angry blue. Must be the TIR
The first touch and feel was a bit meh. That changed after adding a bit of grease.
In real life, the backside has a slot of approximately 7×1.5mm for installing a trit.
The head has two parts. The top part only contains a TIR lens and plastic retaining ring.
The lower part reveals a PCB with, just like the Sofirn C01S, an easily changeable led.

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.

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My two red ones arrived too. Nice and compact, I really like it. A bit shorter than the Sofirn C01S. It is simple, just on and off, but it does that well, lots of light and a smooth flood beam.

A special compliment is for the tint. The XP-E2 is a classic choice, but the 4000K led that I received has a beautiful neutral to rosy tint, not yellow not green like so many 4000K leds. It is not very high CRI but not very low either.

CCT=4050K, duv=-0.0012, CRI=82.9, R9=17

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hi yes. the red color is some speical.
That is there is difference in the pictures and in eye.. While I cant say it in English. In our China webshop, we call it 色差
I tried take a photo by a cellphone, and DC,both are different

So it is really a displaying problem

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Just got my red version. Looks good. My only comment is of 4 different brands of NiMh AAA, 3 would fit….barely. I had some trouble getting one back out. One would not fit at all. Tight clearances.
Tried an alkaleak, which fit fine, but it wouldn’t even fire up.

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I received the two 4000K i ordered.

I only tested one with a regular AAA cell. Nice neutral slightly warm tint, quite bright and very floody. I attached it on my car key along a Skilhunt E3A and it is noticeably bigger. Diameter seems larger (i haven’t measured) and length is a bit longer. Not that much but overall bigger. I’m not sure i like the side attachment though… Nice keychain light anyway.

I have yet to try a 10440… I anticipate it to be much brighter, but it might not prove very convenient with only one mode.

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thanks for dear buyers’s review.

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