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Wurkkos discount code update--FC12 all colors deal price $23.99 2 Days limited on wurkkos.com

Wurkkos AE Store open, welcome to : https://wurkkos.aliexpress.com/
HD20 Deals on AE Store now $29, and $2 unlimited code :ZIGVCMOE4XZE

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Flash deal of TS21 new color on wurkkos.com $29.99 on 1st.Oct——expiry
https://wurkkos.com/_p0046.html?VariantsId=10083
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Dear BLFers,

Wurkkos TS30S SBT90.2 Super bright and long distance with replace stainless bezel
Amazon.US
20% code + $20 copon
Reg.Price:119.99$
Deal Price: 75.99$

CODE:TO7MWZW3—-valid
Start Date: 2021-9-19 02:00 PDT
END Date:2021-9-30 23:59 PDT

TS30S on Amaxon.de
10% coupon + 25% Code
Code : 5AT728F
79.99 Euro after discount



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Dear BLFers

Current code :
Amazon .de
WK30 :CES7EPKR 20%
FC12: 7MLSZCRT 20%
TS21:MGT7JREE 20%
DL07 :T9AM66MC 20%

FC11 for Amazon US
5000k —4L99ML7S
4000k—-WATH7Z3V
2700k—-24KPABEC

FC12-TUROPRPK 30%

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Expired
Wurkkos new dive light DL70 13000lm available now on Amazon.de and Amazon.us
Amazon.de code :XCLRCHHZ
Amazon.us code :T8RFAHN6

TS30 Triple SST40 5900lm USB C Rechargeable light come with 21700 battery and replace bezel 30% off Amazon.de
euro 49.99 after code
TS30 5K: TPUB68FO
TS30 6K: VW582AD4




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WK30 30% discount Amazon.de
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Amazon.uk KHB235×3
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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.

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The DL70 code at amazon.de is not working, maybe discontinued?

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Code not working at Amazon.US

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yesterday I received DL70. I’m really impressed with build quality and 4x XHP50.2 power. I really like the tint, something about 5700K.

Below you can find my video with beamshots.

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Is this a better flashlight then the Sofirn SD01 ?

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Bwana wrote:
Is this a better flashlight then the Sofirn SD01 ?

Depends on your definition of better. It’s a lot bigger, heavier, takes 2×26650, but is a lot brighter. I got almost 12,000 lumens at turn on. It holds high output about like a ft02s set to 60 C on air cooling.

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will update a new code soon

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I am interested when the code becomes available

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peg matite wrote:
Code not working Amazon US

here is the new code T8RFAHN6
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Bwana wrote:
I am interested when the code becomes available

thanks, here is the new code :T8RFAHN6
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RobertB wrote:
Code not working at Amazon.US

thank you, here is new code T8RFAHN6
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heater wrote:
The DL70 code at amazon.de is not working, maybe discontinued?

here is the new code :XCLRCHHZ
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Thanks , ordered one

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Ordered. Amazon. US.
Thanks!

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Just received the light. My first dive light and it is actually really nice as a regular light. Thank you Wurkkos for the awesome light!

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Thanks for the code! Just ordered one. Can’t go wrong with a completely waterproof dual 26650 light. Will keep it handy by the front door.

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Alright… here’s my quick take for anyone that was interested in the light.

WOW. Just wow. This light is a quad emmiter XHP50.2 light and boy, do those LEDs push out an incredible amount of light. The Wurkkos DL70 is designed as a diving light (IPX8 water resistance – The equipment is suitable for continual submersion in water under conditions which are identified by the manufacturer – 100m per the manual), so there are come cool features about this light that aren’t available with other lights. Without further ado, a flash light review!

Item as shipped~
What you’ll get from Amazon is a nice cardboard box which holds;
1) the DL70 flashlight
2) 2) 2X button top 26650 batteries, Wurkkos brand (an expense in themselves if not included)
3) 3) a li-ion battery charger (a 2 channel charger with 1A per channel and included microusb cable that’ll charge batteries from 16340s to 36650s)
4) 4) a lanyard for the light
5) 5) spare Orings as it’s a diving light and 6) an instruction manual

Initial Impressions~
When handling the light the first thing you’ll notice is the heft, like a loaded 3D cell maglight heft in an empty 2C sized package. As you unscrew the rear to load up those 26650s, you’ll immediately notice that the light unscrews easily, as the anondized threading has been lubed from the factory. As you continue removing the tail cap, you’ll then notice that double O-rings on the body of the light (since you know, diving lights should be water proof).

Loading up the light was a simple enough affair, pop the batteries in positive end up (the nubs go towards the head of the light) and screw down the tail cap and you’re good to go.

The switch on this light is a side switch located at the base of the head, apparently it’s magnetic (no there are electronic goodies ever exposed to water) which is kind of neat. It’s a metal alloy type switch without a rubber boot which happens to be a reverse clickie for those that care. There is no tactile or audible click due to it’s magnetic nature. Once you press down and then release the switch you’ll be treated to a literal blinding amount of light ( enough light to put out HEAT from over a foot away on high, so be careful.

The UI is fairly simple with memory; press for next mode (4 modes 450lm/1300lm/4000lm/13000lm), the light starts off on turbo and then to low, mid, high and finally back to turbo. You will have to press and long hold to turn the light off. The light will remember the last mode you had it on, when turning back on.

Above surface use. Just wow, this thing is incredibly bright and has no problems satisfying those who are constantly in search of “an incredible wall of light”, cause that’s what the Wurkkos produces. What else does it produce? Heat. Within 30 seconds or so, you can actually feel the heat generated by the LEDs through the body of the light (a good thing if you don’t want your electronic bits inside the light to cook). The light also has thermal throttling, so that the light itself adjusts brightness so that the flashlight doesn’t cook itself, or your hands (55C thermal throttling, they cal it ATR – advanced thermal regulation).

Obviously below the surface of water, you’ll have active liquid cooling Wink

Beam profile, due to the quad LED setup, you’ll get a nice hotspot in the center with 4 “flower petals” of solid side spill. This light strikes a fairly nice balance between throw and flood. The quad emitters are great for floody lights, but the sheer brute amount of light this thing pushes out helps it project well farther than you would. If you walk down a dark alleyway and need to light it all up, one push of a button and it’s done.

TL;DR crowd

The light produces an incredibly bright wall of light and comes ready out of the box with everything you need and signifies a great value if you need something extra bright and waterproof.

Size comparisons (L to R Olight Warrior mini, Sofirn SC31 Pro, Wuben c#, Astrolux EC01, Sofirn SF37, Wurkkos DL70 and finally the 2cell C maglight) https://postimg.cc/dhQgVwBz
Beamshot https://postimg.cc/H8ChDgnv
Quad emitters https://postimg.cc/BPsM7B7d

And yes, gonna test the IPX8 next in the pond later tonight.

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thank you

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TS30 Triple SST40 5900lm USB C Rechargeable light come with 21700 battery and replace bezel 30% off
Amazon de: 49.99 euro after code
TS30 5K: TPUB68FO
TS30 6K: VW582AD4

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