[May Promotion]VezerLezer ED10 EDC Flashlight -2200LM, 305M, 2nd Batch with improvements.

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 Nicely done 

Thanks for doing a giveaway .... Brilliant !

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What does ‘RAMP STYLE SWAP’ means? Kinda several different curves to interpolate ramping? It’s really nice feature, something Anduril (as well as all other UIs with ramping) lacks a lot imo.

I’m NOT in! Just decided to take a look.

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I’m out, because VezerLezer has kindly sent me an ED10 for review. Beer

Henk4U2 wrote:
- does this light have a reflector or has it a TIR lens? - it comes with a protected battery. Is this a proprietary battery or can I use any 18650? - it has a hidden strobe. Does this mean it has a sub menu for strobes etc? - how long does the turbo mode last? Does it have a fixed throttle or an adjustable?

- It has a reflector.
- The battery is a fairly standard button top 18650. I measured slightly over 2600mAh with a Vapcell S4+.
- 3 clicks for strobe. 4 clicks for SOS.
- I haven’t done runtime tests yet. SST40 has been used.
- What do you mean by throttle? It has a stepped ramp mode with a nice low moonlight (spacing is ok), and a smooth ramp mode without the same moonlight. Smooth ramp is a little fast in the lower levels.

NullReferenceException wrote:
What does ‘RAMP STYLE SWAP’ means?

You can switch between stepped and smooth ramp modes by holding the button for 5 seconds from OFF until it flashes.

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Good luck to everyone!

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I’m in! Looks like an interesting light!

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Nice looking light. Magnet in tail?
Thanks for the giveaway!

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This is similar to sofirn SC31 pro (that has 3 color versions), so price wise would be taught to spend $52.98 for me on it, as I already have sofirn SC31 pro (with addons like 18350 tube, and magnetic tailcap). 
overall it looks quite good for EDC flashlight. 

- is it constant current driver, hybrid, or FET?
- is there option for magnet in the tail? addon? 
- Is there option for better mounted deep carry pocket clip, similar to new KR4 clip? (so that it can't be lost)? 

+ 1 for high CRI led option (the SST40 have like only 65 CRI)

Thanks for this GAW VezerLezer

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Looks interesting, especially like the “spline” knurling (reminiscent of the Zanflare F1).

Sure, I’m in. LOL

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Man that’s a good looking light!

Thanks for the giveaway! Party

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Good looking light, seems nicely built.

I suggest you get rid of the 2600mAh 18650 and include a high discharge 3,000mAh cell instead.

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Wow. Looks very good. I love this.

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Charles BridgTec has a review on this light, released today!
I will say that I am pleasantly surprised with the flashlight, as far as I can tell Thumbs Up

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Thanks for the opportunity. You have come up with a very interesting brand name.

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Ledhead wrote:
Magnet in tail?

There’s no magnet in the tail. You could probably fit one in under the spring but the protected 18650 may fit tightly. The head also has a spring. An unprotected flat top may work well with a magnet under the spring.

kokosnh wrote:

This is similar to sofirn SC31 pro (that has 3 color versions), so price wise would be taught to spend $52.98 for me on it, as I already have sofirn SC31 pro (with addons like 18350 tube, and magnetic tailcap). 
overall it looks quite good for EDC flashlight. 

- is it constant current driver, hybrid, or FET?
- is there option for magnet in the tail? addon? 
- Is there option for better mounted deep carry pocket clip, similar to new KR4 clip? (so that it can’t be lost)? 

+ 1 for high CRI led option (the SST40 have like only 65 CRI)

Thanks for this GAW VezerLezer

ED10 reflector is about 15% bigger than the SC31 Pro reflector.
ED10 has OP while SC31 Pro has SMO reflector.
ED10 is slightly shorter than an SC31 Pro with a non-magnetic tailcap.
ED10 is slightly wider than an SC31 Pro.
ED10 charge cover sits flush with the head while the charge cover in an SC31 Pro sticks out. SC31 Pro cover feels more durable.
ED10 tailcap is smooth while SC31 Pro tailcap without a magnet has a sharp edge (lanyard hole).
ED10 metal button feels nicer IMO compared to the rubber switch cover in the SC31 Pro.
ED10 knurling looks nice but the more aggressive knurling on the SC31 Pro may be more practical in terms of providing grip.

I’ll try to remove the driver after I’ve done runtime tests.

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Thanks for this GAW! Thumbs Up

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Welcome abroad! Unique name and thank you for the giveaway.

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Welcome @Lezer and thanks for the GAW!
Nice looking compact and stylish design.
A tooltip on the website indicates SST40 6500K which is not going to be a favorite here. +10 for warmer CCT / high CRI!

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Welcome VezerLezer.
Thanks for the opportunity.

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I like the UI. Looks well thought out. I assume there’s last mode memory from one click on?

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Good looking flashlight with decent UI.
I too would like to know what “Ramp Style Swap” means.

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I’m in!

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Seems nice, looks like sst40? Any plan to offer other emitters?

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Nice entry and welcome. Looks like a good work light.

EDC rotation:
KR4, SST-20 FA3 4000k (favorite!)
FW3A, Nichia 4000k sw40 r9080 (second favorite)
FW1A, LH351D 3500k (third favorite)
FW1A, XP-L Hi 3A
FW3A, LH351D 3500k
FW3A, SST20 FD2 4000k
FW3A, Cree XP-L Hi 5A3
Emisar D4V2, SST20 4000k
Emisar D4V2, brass E21A 3500k (night light of choice)

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Count me in and cheers

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good looking flashlight. thanks for the gaw.

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kokosnh wrote:

This is similar to sofirn SC31 pro (that has 3 color versions), so price wise would be taught to spend $52.98 for me on it, as I already have sofirn SC31 pro (with addons like 18350 tube, and magnetic tailcap). 
overall it looks quite good for EDC flashlight. 

- is it constant current driver, hybrid, or FET?
- is there option for magnet in the tail? addon? 
- Is there option for better mounted deep carry pocket clip, similar to new KR4 clip? (so that it can’t be lost)? 

+ 1 for high CRI led option (the SST40 have like only 65 CRI)

Thanks for this GAW VezerLezer

mos+7135

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Hello,

It looks nice and compact for the power offered. I also like the UCB-C charging possibility very much.

I will check for your products from now on.

 

lennarta

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Nicely done.

The UI looks fantastic, what I’d want from a non Anduril light.


‘Ramp style swap’. Is this stepped and smooth ramp? It sounds familiar

https://vezerlezer.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/19-VEZERLEZER-ED10-EDC-Flashlight-Contruction-and-Material.png

The construction also looks familiar like sofirn SC31 but it’s different enough not to be a clone. angular pattern makes its stand out.

Any relation to sofirn?

Also does this have C to C charging? I’ve notice reports that some brands use charging chips that don’t support that.

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Amazing Light, expecting more models to come.....

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HCRI 4000K-5000K please. 

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