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One zebra for me,sc5c mkII

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I received acebeam x60 xml2 dedome modded and Nitecore concept 1.
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Very nice NL, what is your opinion on the 1? Looks a pretty neat light, just not sure on the UI and battery drain/unable to lock out.

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ven wrote:
Very nice NL, what is your opinion on the 1? Looks a pretty neat light, just not sure on the UI and battery drain/unable to lock out.

It’s great.. I was using Sony vtc6 and voltage was 3.4 and it’s still light up… It’s very bright.. I will take beamshot tonight.. user interface is easy.. I bought this from banggood group buy.. so it’s cheap..

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Newlumen wrote:
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Very nice NL, what is your opinion on the 1? Looks a pretty neat light, just not sure on the UI and battery drain/unable to lock out.

It’s great.. I was using Sony vtc6 and voltage was 3.4 and it’s still light up… It’s very bright.. I will take beamshot tonight.. user interface is easy.. I bought this from banggood group buy.. so it’s cheap..

At 3.4V you better start thinking on charging that battery Smile

I’m somehow dissapointed a bit with the Concept 1. Don’t get me wrong, the flashlight is solid, good performer and have a very “unique” look, which is specially hard to see these days. But imho Nitecore could have done a much better job, specially with the switch design. Also I’m not very keen on having to switch off and then on the light to change a mode. More details in my review here. Beer

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Thanks for the info NL and Upz(great review/pics to) Smile

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UPz wrote:
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ven wrote:
Very nice NL, what is your opinion on the 1? Looks a pretty neat light, just not sure on the UI and battery drain/unable to lock out.

It’s great.. I was using Sony vtc6 and voltage was 3.4 and it’s still light up… It’s very bright.. I will take beamshot tonight.. user interface is easy.. I bought this from banggood group buy.. so it’s cheap..

At 3.4V you better start thinking on charging that battery Smile

I’m somehow dissapointed a bit with the Concept 1. Don’t get me wrong, the flashlight is solid, good performer and have a very “unique” look, which is specially hard to see these days. But imho Nitecore could have done a much better job, specially with the switch design. Also I’m not very keen on having to switch off and then on the light to change a mode. More details in my review here. Beer

I know I messed up.. i got very excited. I thought they are fully charged already.. it turn out my vtc6 are brand new.. I will not do that again..

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Guess the light! Big Smile

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Guess the light! Big Smile

No idea. I’m gonna go for a vague guess and say it’s a 4×18650.

Also, can you please resize? These gargantuan photos wreak total havoc with mobile device browsers.

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No idea. I’m gonna go for a vague guess and say it’s a 4×18650.

Also, can you please resize? These gargantuan photos wreak total havoc with mobile device browsers.

Resized! Sorry, I am used to forums were pics get resized automatically.
Not god for 4× 18650… just the half Wink

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UPz wrote:
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No idea. I’m gonna go for a vague guess and say it’s a 4×18650.

Also, can you please resize? These gargantuan photos wreak total havoc with mobile device browsers.

Resized! Sorry, I am used to forums were pics get resized automatically.
Not god for 4× 18650… just the half Wink

I was thinking about the SRT9, but I couldn’t find the button detail…

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Oh, it’s not a button! Thumbs Up

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UPz wrote:
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No idea. I’m gonna go for a vague guess and say it’s a 4×18650.

Also, can you please resize? These gargantuan photos wreak total havoc with mobile device browsers.

Resized! Sorry, I am used to forums were pics get resized automatically.
Not god for 4× 18650… just the half Wink


Thanks, my man Cool Thumbs Up

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hIKARInoob wrote:
UPz wrote:
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No idea. I’m gonna go for a vague guess and say it’s a 4×18650.

Also, can you please resize? These gargantuan photos wreak total havoc with mobile device browsers.

Resized! Sorry, I am used to forums were pics get resized automatically.
Not god for 4× 18650… just the half Wink

I was thinking about the SRT9, but I couldn’t find the button detail…


Definitely has the same finish as previous Nitecore Die-cast lights. Looks like the power indicator on the SRT9.
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BINGO!

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HaikeLite SC01 is here !!!

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Beautiful looking light!

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Glaree E03… my smallest light to date…. definitely worth the $5 spent…

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Glaree E03… my smallest light to date…. definitely worth the $5 spent…



Looks just like a Ti3 or i3S.

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Last arrived, this little devil…. EMISAR D4 (4xnichia)

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Snap! Trev, awesome little light

sc63w this week as well

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sc63w this week as well

How do you think about SC63w?, I want to buy another zebra, my doubt SC63 or wait for the new SC53…

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sc63w this week as well

How do you think about SC63w?, I want to buy another zebra, my doubt SC63 or wait for the new SC53…

I really like it Trev, very small/compact/light(little smooth in feel but the clip helps out some). The xhp35 4500k is very nice, very bright to. Trick driver steps down and manages heat very well. It gets toasty, but its hard to tell the subtle drop/s. UI as you will know is good, not as deep as the sc5c mkII’s with 3 groups to program.

Very light, ideal for edc and plenty of output if/when needed.

Next ZL will be the 600 flood(xhp50 hi cri) with the frosted lens…………….

One of the reasons i picked this over the mkIII was size and design, just a little different and as it is a little love/hate in design, it made me want this one more.

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Thanks!! probably I will go for the SC63, I need a little of “control”….manker E14 II, Emisar D4, S41S are power without control (adorable of course), but sometimes I like have more moderate options … like this SC63 in the pocket Wink

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Thanks!! probably I will go for the SC63, I need a little of “control”….manker E14 II, Emisar D4, S41S are power without control (adorable of course), but sometimes I like have more moderate options … like this SC63 in the pocket Wink

Ha ha what ever works! I have been weighing up the sc62d …………….crazy bit what actually appeals is the 320lm high which is 3hrs…………….super useful that, 1 click i get 320lm(ish) and know i have at least 3hrs of use(enough for a day in work). This light could become my work EDC light, more pocketable than my 6p/G2 and m20vn 219b!

ZL’s are sure addictive, already i have 2 more planned to make my total of…………..well only 4(not too bad after all Innocent )

If you dont have a 4500k xhp35 in your collection, then i would say its a good choice. I was not too bothered about a HI version(mkIII) as i prefer a less focused hot spot for general uses(less chance of being dazzled and easier on my eyes within 5m or so distance). Still not ruling one out though…………….damn this flashaholism Big Smile

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