SKY RAY 9xT6 9xCREE XM-L T6 2x/3x26550/18650 5000LM 5-mode Super Brightness Flashlight---Brightness Over DRY

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It says it reads to 400000 lux. I got 167k for my de-domed SR90 and the hotspot, but not the dead centre, for my 55W HID. I got 719K for the dead centre of the HID!

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cant wait for some beam shots or just some comparison chatter. id like to know if it throws further and does or does not have a floodier beam/spill than the j12, and the king, dry, or tm11.

if floodier, can this be one of the floodiest lights available then?

Can’t be the floodiest, there are stuff like the Xeno E03.

xeno eo3??? isnt that like a penlight thats only 5 inches?

can you send me a link?

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blueb8llz wrote:
hello rick,
can you guys offer this light in a light, batteries, and charger combo for 26650 cells.
i dont have any 26650 cells and a charger at the moment, and that would gather my interest even more in purchasing this light.

thanks

I would like this also.

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blueb8llz wrote:
2100 wrote:
blueb8llz wrote:
cant wait for some beam shots or just some comparison chatter. id like to know if it throws further and does or does not have a floodier beam/spill than the j12, and the king, dry, or tm11.

if floodier, can this be one of the floodiest lights available then?

Can’t be the floodiest, there are stuff like the Xeno E03.

xeno eo3??? isnt that like a penlight thats only 5 inches?

can you send me a link?



EDC+”:http://edcplus.com/black-xeno-e03-with-xml-cool-white-u2-p-14.html

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monanoke wrote:
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2100 wrote:
blueb8llz wrote:
cant wait for some beam shots or just some comparison chatter. id like to know if it throws further and does or does not have a floodier beam/spill than the j12, and the king, dry, or tm11.

if floodier, can this be one of the floodiest lights available then?

Can’t be the floodiest, there are stuff like the Xeno E03.

xeno eo3??? isnt that like a penlight thats only 5 inches?

can you send me a link?



EDC+”:http://edcplus.com/black-xeno-e03-with-xml-cool-white-u2-p-14.html

so your telling me that little light has massive flood? even more than the skyray king, and x100 etc…. i find this hard to believe.
anyone own this xeno eo3?

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blueb8llz wrote:
EDC+

so your telling me that little light has massive flood? even more than the skyray king, and x100 etc…. i find this hard to believe.
anyone own this xeno eo3?[/quote]

I don’t have those other two lights, but it’s very floody to me. It’s not a pure flooder, but it’s floody enough that I generally don’t like it for night hikes…I like having a nice hot spot for range. It’s even floodier with the light saber attachment.

The low mode should be lower.

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blueb8llz wrote:
so your telling me that little light has massive flood? even more than the skyray king, and x100 etc…. i find this hard to believe. anyone own this xeno eo3?

I have been EDCing the Xeno E03 NW for nearly a year, and also a iTP A1…..to my keys. Yeah believe it’s a little floodier than the typical 55mm head diameter triple XM-Ls.

It’s a XM-L + 14500 (ie 14mm cells, how big can it get) + Orange peel. Doesn’t take much imagination to guess that it is a flooder.

Of course i am leaving out those Zebralights/UF-H series stuff which are pure flooders via unreflectored emitters.

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Sorry to hijack this thread with “test” posts. I’ll delete this later on. (Debugging something in the notification system)

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Just couldnt resist anymore,the voices made me doit……… 0:)

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Still waiting for 12 T6s.

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Watching and waiting….

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benckie wrote:
Watching and waiting….

Perhaps a wise choice i know,but the voices,they made me doit.I couldnt resist,i couldnt help myself and bought the blackshadow darth also,then some King Kongs, and way,way tomuch more.I feel better now and the voices have gone far away.

My name is Don and ive been a flashlight aholic for ,well for,,,,,i need help
UNTIL TOMORROW J)

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More emitters ?

Really , …… Your hard pressed to do 9 emitters justice [ power ] , not sure if 12 will do anything but crowd the head .. But , would be interesting never the less …

 Always remember , the easiest thing in the world to do , is to expel hot air from your lungs and through some vocal chords ..
The resulting sound may , or may not be worth listening too ….

 

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no beam shots on this thing yet?

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Cheaper now at 84 bucks shipped.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/UltraFire-UF-F9-9T6-9xCree-9-led-XM-L-T6-...LED-Flashlight-by-3/658054610.html

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Now 67$ on cnqualitygoods….can’t resist…
But I am still confused because of the King Kong battery’s they are not protected and this flashlight will choke them out till they are dead, any advice for this issue.

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are you serious!? shoot, i might not be able to resist now either darnit

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yup it is $67. i wonder if theres a new 12xml coming out thats the reason…

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Anyone know if this will work with C cells?

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who actually has this light? there does not seem to be many owners of this light? is this the floodiest non modded light out there thats under $150. im looking for a flood monster, but i already have a tk70 and srking. will this be a big improvement or not so much.

the price is just really tempting rightnow

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This light kicks out around 3300-3500 lumens OTF, so it’s a monster output light. A great mix of flood with some throw, it’s a serious area light. Doesn’t get too hot. It compares in output to my Spark SP6 however that light throws MUCH further. For the money, fantastic. Humbles the DRY, TJ12 and TM11.

Can’t really fault it actually, except it’s well short of the boasted 5000 lumens.

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warmurf wrote:
This light kicks out around 3300-3500 lumens OTF, so it’s a monster output light. A great mix of flood with some throw, it’s a serious area light. Doesn’t get too hot. It compares in output to my Spark SP6 however that light throws MUCH further. For the money, fantastic. Humbles the DRY, TJ12 and TM11.

Can’t really fault it actually, except it’s well short of the boasted 5000 lumens.

is it the floodiest light that you have?

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No, not my floodiest. The Electrolumens big bruiser is floodier, but obviously not as bright.

I have a custom mag by Vestureofblood with 5 XMLs, which is very floody and about equal to the Skyray- is a custom however.

The DRY is floddy however doesn’t handle the heat well, so you can only use it full belt for 5 mins. The Skyray does it well. I’ve run it for 20 mins on hight without major issues.

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i have the skrayking. is this 9xml alot more floodier than the king or not by much? is it worth getting if i already have the king and the tk70?

i am wanting a flood monster type light.

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Will Not work with c cells good because it doesn’t work with 2 18650 either. With driver swap could it work but c cells have to low capacity on the required current.
But I will check what current flows and if it physically fits in when I get 4 new c cells next week or so.

This thing is bright, and nice. I love my 3Xml but this thing is my new number one. I blinded almost myself when pointing at a peace of paper… Not recommend for reading in night;)
And I don’t run this baby on the max just with 3×18650 not fully loaded at <4A tail cap current.
Get this its super!

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blueb8llz wrote:
i have the skrayking. is this 9xml alot more floodier than the king or not by much? is it worth getting if i already have the king and the tk70?

i am wanting a flood monster type light.

I have this and the TK70. It not only has more lumens but is WAY more floodier! It makes the TK70 look like a pure thrower in comparison. Buy it. You won’t regret it.

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rufus001 wrote:
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i have the skrayking. is this 9xml alot more floodier than the king or not by much? is it worth getting if i already have the king and the tk70?

i am wanting a flood monster type light.

I have this and the TK70. It not only has more lumens but is WAY more floodier! It makes the TK70 look like a pure thrower in comparison. Buy it. You won’t regret it.

thats nice to know. one step closer now to buying this skyray 9xt6. do you use 18650 or 26650’s? is it possible to just use two 26650’s? if so, will this give me maximum output still but with less run time or….?

do you have the skyray king though, because the king is floodier than my tk70 as well. so i rather compare the two skyray’s

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blueb8llz wrote:
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blueb8llz wrote:
i have the skrayking. is this 9xml alot more floodier than the king or not by much? is it worth getting if i already have the king and the tk70?

i am wanting a flood monster type light.

I have this and the TK70. It not only has more lumens but is WAY more floodier! It makes the TK70 look like a pure thrower in comparison. Buy it. You won’t regret it.

thats nice to know. one step closer now to buying this skyray 9xt6. do you use 18650 or 26650’s? is it possible to just use two 26650’s? if so, will this give me maximum output still but with less run time or….?

do you have the skyray king though, because the king is floodier than my tk70 as well. so i rather compare the two skyray’s

I tried 18650’s and the batteries got quite hot so I wouldn’t recommend it. Output is significantly lower with only 2×26650’s but it provides an option for those times you don’t need all the power and want something a bit smaller to carry. Sadly I don’t have the King to compare it too. I really can’t imagine it being noticeably floodier but that’s only my guess.

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I tested primary cells, no light with 4 cells insight. Tested with power supply, even under 7V there is no light output or power consumption.
The 1× 18650 extension tube has another thread than the 2×18650 tube so you can’t use just one 18650 cell, or 3×16340 like in my tr3t6(which even works with AA cells)

With driver swap could it work even with 4×1.5V cells, but nobody will tune this monster to work on normal batteries. An easier option would perhaps be another extension tube…

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