NEW--F22 CREE XM-L T6 1A/3C 1x26650/18650 1000-Lumen Stepless Brightness Flashlight

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NEW--F22 CREE XM-L T6 1A/3C 1x26650/18650 1000-Lumen Stepless Brightness Flashlight

NEW Super Nice Flashlight release:

F22—Desert Yellow ; HaIII Black

http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=1695

Price : 49usd not including shipping

SPECIFICATION:

Model: F22

LED: *CREE XM-L U2 1A/3C

*Material:6061-T6 Aluminum

Reflector:Aluminum Alloy Mill reflector

Battery:1×26650/18650 battery (not include)

Switch: Press switch one the side

Mode: Stepless brightness from 10lumen to 1000luems; double click press switch in Hidden Strobe-flash-SOS when the flashlight is lighting.

Current: 50mA~3000mA

Output:1000 Lumens

Driver:LD-33

Waterproof:IPX8

Anodise:Black HAIII / desert yellow HII

Weight:150g

Size:159mm(Length)*49mm(Head diameter)*32.7mm(Body diameter)

Runtime at 3000mAh mode:

Powered by 1×4000mAh King Kong 26650, it last 108 minutes on max brightness; 2xKing kong 26650, Runtime is 208 minutes; Full current regulation

Powered by 1x sanyo 2800mAh unprotected 18650, it lasts 75 minutes; Powered by 2×18650, Runtime is 150 minutes.

Full current Regulation.

*User Interface:

1. Press side button, turn on the light.

2. Hold the button till the light flicker once, the mode goes to Stepless brightness. Press and hold the button; Current will step down from 3000mA to 50mAh.

When it goes to low brightness, Hold the button till the light flicker once,Press and hold the button; Current and brightness will rise up from 50mA to 3000mAh.

3. Click the button twice when the torch is on, UI goes to 3-mode(hidden). Strobe>Alarming flash>SOS

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User interface is quite interesting.

Beamshot will get ready soon.

It’s a really nice compact 26650 flashlight, we highly recommend it.

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RIC

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Ric how’s the PWM freq? Any flickering observed?

Very cool! (Esp with continuous ramping)

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2100 wrote:
Ric how’s the PWM freq? Any flickering observed?

Very cool!

No flickering observed. Have not test the PWM Frequence, Will check it tomorrow.

Will update some beamshot here soon.

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Ordered. Instantly. Wink

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Ric, why do you always post these beautiful lights up IMMEDIATELY after I’ve already placed an order ?

It looks like I’ll need to place another. Smile

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Come on ChiX, admit it, for you its always "just after placing an order". Silly

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Ric - beautiful lights! Can you explain a little more how the two switches work?

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Hi Ric,

Another really beautiful light!

One question, can you tell me if there will be any battery fitment issues, whether using 18650 or 26650 as there was with the Roche F12 and F8? If I purchased it, I’d likely be using a Trustfire TR 26650 5000 mAh or a Redilast 18650 3100 mAh. Thanks.

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NightCrawl wrote:

Come on ChiX, admit it, for you its always “just after placing an order”. Silly

Shhhh. My wife might be looking….

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sexy Silly

weird i just get addicted to flashlight like in a blink of an eye.

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The description says tail switch, but it sure looks like a side clicky.

Do you click the side switch once to turn it on and then press and hold to ramp the brightness up then down?

Hey, that last picture on the site (see link in the OP) looks like it has an extension tube for 2 × 26650 or maybe even 3 x “C” cell would fit? Does it come with the extra tube, Ric? Ahhhh, I just saw…$5 extra for the extension tube. I measured some batteries and I bet it would work with 3 x “C” cells.

Rats, finally sold my 2010 509hp Mustang...now I can buy more lights!

Sold the red one too! Now guess what I drive, doing my penance for 500 hp commuters...

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I really need to stop visiting this damn site! I would be all over this, but I’d like to see the guts. I would love to mod this like I did the UF-T50.

EDIT: Duh, I should probably click the link and look at all of the pictures. This looks like a modder’s dream! Threaded in side switch and driver, I’m going to have to order this!

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I just noticed the updated JM07 with side switch as well, awesome!

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BetweenRides wrote:

Ric – beautiful lights! Can you explain a little more how the two switches work?

Sorry for the misleading ,It’s a typo. This torch only has one side switch.

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trooplewis wrote:
The description says tail switch, but it sure looks like a side clicky.

Do you click the side switch once to turn it on and then press and hold to ramp the brightness up then down?

Hey, that last picture on the site (see link in the OP) looks like it has an extension tube for 2 × 26650 or maybe even 3 x “C” cell would fit? Does it come with the extra tube, Ric? Ahhhh, I just saw…$5 extra for the extension tube. I measured some batteries and I bet it would work with 3 x “C” cells.

It comes with Side switch. It’s our typo. Only Upgrade JM07 has 2 switchs now.

UI is like this:

1. Press side button, turn on the light.

2. Hold the button till the light flicker once, the mode goes to Stepless brightness. Press and hold the button; Current will step down from 3000mA to 50mAh.
When it goes to low brightness, Hold the button till the light flicker once,Press and hold the button; Current and brightness will rise up from 50mA to 3000mAh.

3. Click the button twice when the torch is on, UI goes to 3-mode(hidden). Strobe>Alarming flash>SOS

User interface is quite interesting.

Ric

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Powered by 1× King Kong 26650 4000mAh, it lasts 108 minutes on max brightness; 2xKing kong 26650, Runtime is 208 minutes; Full current regulation

Powered by 1x sanyo 2800mAh unprotected 18650, it lasts 75 minutes; Powered by 2×18650, Runtime is 150 minutes.
Full current Regulation.

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I will not buy anymore flashlights, I wil not buy anymore flashlights, I will not buy anymore flashlights……….

This one is not helping tbh, if it could run on c cells as ol postulates, it’d make a great gift for a none li-ion user.

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Wow, side switch and powered by 1×26650 or 2×26650. This is going to be my next purchase for sure.

Richie

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Wow!  Very nice!  What kind of beam pattern are we expecting?  Flooder?  thrower?  Good mix?  Little pricey, but seems worth it if it's as good as it looks!

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What really sucks about this light is the NW option. It basically means that I’m going to have to purchase one.

I mean really, it’s not very fair to make a light that is as appealing as this one. I could probably have resisted if it was CW only.

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In the bottom picture where it shows the extender the tan one has a flat bezel… is that an option as well?

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Good question. I’d prefer the non-crenelated bezel too.

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cainn24 wrote:
Good question. I’d prefer the non-crenelated bezel too.

Hi Cainn, I’m sure it must be an option. IOS is selling them too and actually shows the bezel as an option. I think I’d opt for the non-crenelated bezel myself.

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If it was slightly cheaper, it would be a killer bargain.

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byarnell05 wrote:
In the bottom picture where it shows the extender the tan one has a flat bezel… is that an option as well?

I already messaged Ric: He said they stock the assault bezel, but you can request the other.

Hope this helps.

Ric responded quickly.

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Hi Ric,
Does It has memory mode?
I mean when I set brightness to 50% and then take out battery, That brightness will be 50% or anything?
I don’t like Ultrafie UF-T50, It has no memory mode. When I take out battery . It will start at High mode.
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Pok wrote:
Hi Ric, Does It has memory mode? I mean when I set brightness to 50% and then take out battery, That brightness will be 50% or anything? I don’t like Ultrafie UF-T50, It has no memory mode. When I take out battery . It will start at High mode. Thanks.

Yes, it do has memory. If the brightness is 10%, it will memory 10% brightness.

BTW, The CW emitter is U2 1A, we have corrected the typo.

My stuff thought by mistake it was T6 1A, wrong title here.

Beam of this torch is so perfect. Will upload some beamshot tonight.

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Wow I missed this thread. Love this light… maybe someday when I get 26650 batteries….

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Although I’m impressed by this torch, I’ve held off on ordering due to a nagging concern. I’ve really come to rely on being able to quickly switch between programmed output levels. I don’t want to have to ramp all the time to get an output level suitable for any given situation. What would make this torch perfect is the ability to program at least 2 (preferably 3) output levels and switch between them. This doesn’t make the ramping feature redundant of course since it would still be useful for fine tuning when the need and/or desire arises.

Or am I missing something?

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Tecmo wrote:
maybe someday when I get 26650 batteries….

You don’t need 26650s, as it comes with a 18650 to 26650 battery converter sleeve.

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cainn24:

Yeah, I had a ramping light before (nitecore) and it can be a PITA to go up and down depending on the application. But inasmuch as I use my lights exclusively for fun/recreational use, I usually like to show-off and have my lights at full brightness to start anyway. But if one uses it for work or other serious matters I can see how ramping could be a cumbersome, even dangerous delay.

That said, if this thing is near as bright as claimed (1k lumens?) I’m definitely going to get one. Of course, it’ll probably only be half as bright – darn Chinese lumens! Wink

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