Wurkkos DL70 Big discount on AMZ

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Wurkkos DL70 Big discount on AMZ

Dear BLFers

Wurkkos new dive light DL70 available now on Amazon.de and Amazon.us, we offer 40% code for this new model.

Amazon.de code :FNLJ3HCG
Amazon.us code :Z53M2C9H


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WK30 30% discount Amazon.de
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Anyone has a link to the Amazon US site ?

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Bwana wrote:
Anyone has a link to the Amazon US site ?

This gets you there.
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Thanks

That still a lot of moola , even with the discount

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ordered with amazon. de. Thanks!

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I do not dive, but a dual 26650 light that is very waterproof might still be handy. OTDP for me after Coupon and taxes was 77.03. Since it comes with batteries, if they are decent, it is a fairly good price. 13000 lumens max with ATR that is not on a timer. I think I will like this one. It also has decent throw of 505 meters max, but not really a thrower. I have been fairly impressed by some of my wurkkos lights.

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I’m really curious how does it compare to my 11k lm Astrolux EA01S with 4x xhp50.2 and 15k lm MF01s. Hope that it could be my ultimate outdoor flashlight, always packet in my backpack.

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protechteus wrote:
I’m really curious how does it compare to my 11k lm Astrolux EA01S with 4x xhp50.2 and 15k lm MF01s. Hope that it could be my ultimate outdoor flashlight, always packet in my backpack.

I have both the EA01S and the MF01S too. I suspect the greater mass will result in this hanling heat better, should equal the EA01S, be slightly less max output than the MF01S for a short time, because that MF01S gets insanely hot quickly. The MF01S is a heck of a flood light while it can deliver all 15k though. I actually added a grip via the side tripod mount to use it without discomfort. That light gets hot!!!!
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protechteus wrote:
I’m really curious how does it compare to my 11k lm Astrolux EA01S with 4x xhp50.2 and 15k lm MF01s. Hope that it could be my ultimate outdoor flashlight, always packet in my backpack.

I’m reviewing this light and I will say it’s really nice even for on land use. As broght or brighter than my ft02s xhp50.2 5700k with a lot of thermal mass. It heats up only moderately after a minute on turbo, which beats all but my fan cooled lights. Under water it would run til the cells dumped without throttling.

8 think it’s a great buy for under $80. Get the bundle for the batteries also.

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Sirstinky wrote:
protechteus wrote:
I’m really curious how does it compare to my 11k lm Astrolux EA01S with 4x xhp50.2 and 15k lm MF01s. Hope that it could be my ultimate outdoor flashlight, always packet in my backpack.

I’m reviewing this light and I will say it’s really nice even for on land use. As broght or brighter than my ft02s xhp50.2 5700k with a lot of thermal mass. It heats up only moderately after a minute on turbo, which beats all but my fan cooled lights. Under water it would run til the cells dumped without throttling.

8 think it’s a great buy for under $80. Get the bundle for the batteries also.

thanks for sharing your experience with this light, can’t wait to put my hands on it. Mine is 500m away from me at post office, but they doesn’t work on weekends Oops

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Sure thing. Ah bummer! One day til Monday though. I think you’ll like it.