Upgrade Version! SKYRAY King Real 3000 Lumens 4x CREE XM-L2 T6 LED 3-Mode Flashlight(Special Offer)

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Upgrade Version! SKYRAY King Real 3000 Lumens 4x CREE XM-L2 T6 LED 3-Mode Flashlight(Special Offer)

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SKYRAY King 3000Lumens 3x CREE XM-L2 T6 LED 3-Mode Flashlight (Special Offer,$33.9,worldwide free shipping,Black & Golded,optional)

Do not need any BLF discount code,you can order directly,is that more convenient ?

5 .Points(you must read)

1.for SkyRay King,Two versions,3pcs  XM-L2 T6 or 4pcs XM-L2 T6,optional

2.Order now,take it at $39.9(4pcs XM-L2 Leds) & $33.9(3pcs XM-L2 Leds),it may be your best choice.

3.These two versions also can use 1x 18650 or 2x 18650 or 3x 18650 or 4 x 18650 battery ,easy to adjust,do not need to take too many batteries,reduce weight,and use more long time.one 18650 battery is enough for daily use.

4.From now on,you can choose the "Silver button" or "Red button",choose your favorite color(This is customized in my store)

5. Shipping Method:

(1.Country:only for USA:Use USPS Shipping,with tracking number,can track the whole package status:at USPS.com.more safe,not like other registered tracking numbers,and faster than HongKong post Or China Post,usually 7-15 days,the most it is about 10 days.)
(2.Country:only for UK: Use YODEL Shipping,can track the package status in:http://www.hdnl.co.uk,faster than HongKong post Or China Post,usually 10-15 days)
(3.Other Countries: Use China Post or HongKong post or Swiss Post or Sweden Post,13-25 days for most countries:exclude Brazil, Russia, Ukraine etc )

If you receive the flashlight,welcome to post your comment here.

See Video,please click the product link

Black:

http://www.willbuying.com/skyray-king-3000-lumens-4x-cree-xml2-led-3mode-flashlight-p-1473.html

Gold:

http://www.willbuying.com/skyray-king-3000-lumens-4x-cree-xml2-led-3mode-flashlightgold-p-1582.html

See the light of different cree leds(below picture)

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Not bad at all. I also wonder what the driver is like. But it would always make a nice host for Texaspyro’s driver.

I’m a junky, I mod lights so I can sell lights so I can buy more light to mod so I can sell lights to buy more lights to mod.

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Correct me if I’m wrong but this is the first Kung 4x with xml2’s and the first HD2010 available with xml2’s ??? Great prices too. I have some noctigon’s showing up for my 2010 or I’d be all over this.

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Nice!
If I hadn’t just ordered the m6 I would take one.

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Thanx for posting these bestflashlight! Smile

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new king is tempting, but im still trying to hold back on my spendings, still waiting for a mt g2 light…

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I have uploaded the test video

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Tempting indeed. I wonder if this is brighter than CNQG’s XML2 King? They list their XML2 King as brighter than their XML Kung.
I guess if this is using the same driver this should be brighter than both.

Is it using the same driver?

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I have not seen their driver,may be same driver,even if,4pcs >3pcs,it is more brighter

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Do you have any comparison beamshots between this and the normal king?

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Anyone have personal experience with this particular brand? Are the stated lumens accurate?

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The SRKung posted in this thread seems to be using the original SRK host. The SRKung for sale at other sources use an updated host. See the photos below for comparision

SRK original

SRKung of this post

SRKung updated host

Notice how the “rails” on the body of the SRK M6 (original) are the same as the SRKung posted in this thread but the SRKung M4 updated version has “grips” in the rails

EDIT: the M4 also has updated head section as well. Not saying the Kung posted in this thread is bad, its just in the original kings body so its all in your taste i guess

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Umm, ok. Host? But is the light as bright as is stated? What’s the run time?

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They are almost never as bright as stated, but this claim is not very far off from what is possible with XML2s, it will be very bright if you aren’t used to LED lights, brighter than your car brights are. This seems like a reasonably good deal for a Kung with XML2s, but I don’t know anything about this particular body style or seller. With good batteries, runtime on high would be over an hour usually.

If you like this kind of light, buy a black version, then find the forum post for $13.80 per pair Panasonic batteries and get in on that deal for 2 sets of those and buy an xtar WPII charger would be my suggestion if you are new to this Smile

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Thanks, B42. This is a really nice looking forum with lots of helpful people. I’m pretty new to LED lights. I have a Fenix E21 that’s good for what it is. I recently bought an Ultrafire (this one, I think):

http://wallbuys.com/Product/UltraFire-C8-Cree-XM-L-U2-1300-LM-5-Mode-LED-FlashlightBlack1×18650—8029

So I also bought two 18650 cells that I was told were Panasonics. I also have a Nitecore i4 Intellicharger. The Ultrafire I have is no doubt less than 1300 lumens, but it does seem to be very bright. Gets very warm if it’s been on high for a while.

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The Kung I have gets hot fast, this one is XML2 (cooler), but it probably will get hot enough to be uncomfortable in 10-15min at least if its driven well and sooner if good heat sinking. The body looks like old SRK body which got hot in about 15min. You might want to look into Solarstorm/Fandyfire Warrior model too: it has a variable light setting for the low mode (kung is two light output lvls fixed), uses 3 batteries and doesnt get as hot as my Kung (painfully hot by 12min or so). I got the XML2 version for $45 from www.cnqualitygoods.com. It throws further than Kung, but has a whiter light, and the variable low is a plus and a minus: it has PWM, which you can see while moving fast and some people dont like, but the ability to change light output is so nice compared to Kung.

Remember to use batteries all at the same voltage and same type preferably in whatever light you get.

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Nobody is buying, so make us a discount, maybe somebody will buy something.

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I have a FandyFire UV-S5 and a CW SRK, the beam looks way better on my two, a lot better spill, I can’t believe how tight the hot spot is on the video, nothing like mine.
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only $2 more than price I paid but gen 2 XML..
good upgrade I say..
plus no need to wait for the bidding Big Smile

and yes, that Kung host is different with the one scattered on ebay..

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Well, I placed my first order with willbuying.com, after I had a chat with Mofei, owner. Ok, so I bought the XM-L2 HD2010 — a XM-L2 U3 (hope it is) and a new emitter that is a Chinese 15watt version of the MT series. Will use a 5 cree in series driver

http://www.fasttech.com/products/1612/10001749/1127401-6v84v-1-mode-5-le...

(early) for 17 Vf, and about 700Ma. Hope the HD is drawing as much amps as the FT version…Oh, got a discount to sweeten the deal :bigsmile:

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Flomotion, anxious to hear the result of your order. Anybody bought one of these SRK’s yet?

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I’ll be interested to see the results on the xm-l2 hd2010, its a good advertised price, particularly if its driven well.

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Have uploaded the SRKING CREE XM-L T6 video,if you have interest,see our official Youtube video.see difference in T6 & L2.

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LazyJ wrote:
Flomotion, anxious to hear the result of your order. Anybody bought one of these SRK’s yet?

I bought one, and it’s great. I have an updated skyray Kung too, and his L2 version is brighter. The color of the light is cooler white. This L2 version has a nice snug button… The updated one I have has a button with a lot of wiggle.

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I got his HD2010 in the XM-L2, and it is very bright, and is a definite thrower. Changing different batteries, I have had it pull over 4 amps. I got the “grey” one, but it looks silver to me, nice torch, but — I talked him down 10% on my order, so I got it for like 28 dollars, but he whined and jumped the price up to like 36, after I bought mine. Still haven’t mess with the emitters, I bought. Flat Stare still waiting for the drive I bought from
18sixfifty hope icarus doesn’t come in the package :Sp

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I been thinking of modding 4 SRKung heads for the high-beams on my SUV. Smile ( one problem would be the cooling of them runing continously, and the voltage difference woudl need some kind of converter or new 12 volt drivers.
The Kung M4 i have is brighter than both the Halogens on high now. Silly

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DenBarrettSAR wrote:
I been thinking of modding 4 SRKung heads for the high-beams on my SUV. Smile ( one problem would be the cooling of them runing continously, and the voltage difference woudl need some kind of converter or new 12 volt drivers. The Kung M4 i have is brighter than both the Halogens on high now. Silly

My Kung is brighter than my HID headlights and HID fogs! Mostly because the Kung spotlights a much tighter beam. My car spreads out a much wider even light. Also, because my HIDs setup are 5000k fogs and 5000k headlights.

Its probably better if you just upgrad your halogens to HIDs. You can pick up a decent dual hi/low HID setup for $50. If you want really bright independent high beams, use high mount HID fog lights.

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Silverbolt wrote:
DenBarrettSAR wrote:
I been thinking of modding 4 SRKung heads for the high-beams on my SUV. Smile ( one problem would be the cooling of them runing continously, and the voltage difference woudl need some kind of converter or new 12 volt drivers. The Kung M4 i have is brighter than both the Halogens on high now. Silly

My Kung is brighter than my HID headlights and HID fogs! Mostly because the Kung spotlights a much tighter beam. My car spreads out a much wider even light. Also, because my HIDs setup are 5000k fogs and 5000k headlights.

Its probably better if you just upgrad your halogens to HIDs. You can pick up a decent dual hi/low HID setup for $50. If you want really bright independent high beams, use high mount HID fog lights.

My low-beams are already 50 watt HIDs, ( only the high beams are still Halogens, but using the 100 Watt bulbs.) there is enough room in the Highbeam lens on a Avalanche 4×4 to hold 2 Skyray kungs in each one of them.. i want the “instant-on” mode of the high beams to deterent those ignorant constant-high-beam drivers around here blinding all of us.

That Canadian flashlight guy & Lantern Guru -Den / DBSARlight

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DenBarrettSAR wrote:
Silverbolt wrote:
DenBarrettSAR wrote:
I been thinking of modding 4 SRKung heads for the high-beams on my SUV. Smile ( one problem would be the cooling of them runing continously, and the voltage difference woudl need some kind of converter or new 12 volt drivers. The Kung M4 i have is brighter than both the Halogens on high now. Silly

My Kung is brighter than my HID headlights and HID fogs! Mostly because the Kung spotlights a much tighter beam. My car spreads out a much wider even light. Also, because my HIDs setup are 5000k fogs and 5000k headlights.

Its probably better if you just upgrad your halogens to HIDs. You can pick up a decent dual hi/low HID setup for $50. If you want really bright independent high beams, use high mount HID fog lights.

My low-beams are already 50 watt HIDs, ( only the high beams are still Halogens, but using the 100 Watt bulbs.) there is enough room in the Highbeam lens on a Avalanche 4×4 to hold 2 Skyray kungs in each one of them.. i want the “instant-on” mode of the high beams to deterent those ignorant constant-high-beam drivers around here blinding all of us.

Fabricating Kungs into your housing would be a pretty big project. I would personally stick with your setup, an carry a Kung in the car with you to shine at highbeamers. That way, they wont think you’re just one of them… and you can hit them at any direction… and not just the ones in front of you.
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B42 wrote:
Silverbolt wrote:
DenBarrettSAR wrote:
I been thinking of modding 4 SRKung heads for the high-beams on my SUV. Smile ( one problem would be the cooling of them runing continously, and the voltage difference woudl need some kind of converter or new 12 volt drivers. The Kung M4 i have is brighter than both the Halogens on high now. Silly

My Kung is brighter than my HID headlights and HID fogs! Mostly because the Kung spotlights a much tighter beam. My car spreads out a much wider even light. Also, because my HIDs setup are 5000k fogs and 5000k headlights.

Its probably better if you just upgrad your halogens to HIDs. You can pick up a decent dual hi/low HID setup for $50. If you want really bright independent high beams, use high mount HID fog lights.

Sometimes on the backroads, like tonight, I hold my Warrior out the window of my Jeep and wash out my headlight beams and can see further than my highbeams Silly

You’re crazy. There is definitely something wrong with you.

Thats what my wife tells me whenever I do that too.

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Silverbolt wrote:
DenBarrettSAR wrote:
Silverbolt wrote:
DenBarrettSAR wrote:
I been thinking of modding 4 SRKung heads for the high-beams on my SUV. Smile ( one problem would be the cooling of them runing continously, and the voltage difference woudl need some kind of converter or new 12 volt drivers. The Kung M4 i have is brighter than both the Halogens on high now. Silly

My Kung is brighter than my HID headlights and HID fogs! Mostly because the Kung spotlights a much tighter beam. My car spreads out a much wider even light. Also, because my HIDs setup are 5000k fogs and 5000k headlights.

Its probably better if you just upgrad your halogens to HIDs. You can pick up a decent dual hi/low HID setup for $50. If you want really bright independent high beams, use high mount HID fog lights.

My low-beams are already 50 watt HIDs, ( only the high beams are still Halogens, but using the 100 Watt bulbs.) there is enough room in the Highbeam lens on a Avalanche 4×4 to hold 2 Skyray kungs in each one of them.. i want the “instant-on” mode of the high beams to deterent those ignorant constant-high-beam drivers around here blinding all of us.

Fabricating Kungs into your housing would be a pretty big project. I would personally stick with your setup, an carry a Kung in the car with you to shine at highbeamers. That way, they wont think you’re just one of them… and you can hit them at any direction… and not just the ones in front of you.

I use my Olight SR90 Intimidator for those really bad ones. J)

That Canadian flashlight guy & Lantern Guru -Den / DBSARlight

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