BTU PK26 CREE XHP35 20W MINI Pocket Rocket

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BTU PK26 CREE XHP35 20W MINI Pocket Rocket

BTU PK26
http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2244

Specifications:
Material: Aircraft 6061 Aluminum Alloy ; Thick HAIII anti-slippy Finish
Color: Coffee Black HAIII / Champagne Yellow HAIII
Emitter: CREE XHP35 HD / HI CW / NW
Battery: 1×26650 / 1×26350 / 1×18650 / 1×18350 / ; Recommend High drain 15A or 20A battery for this light.
Reflector: OP aluminum Reflector
Double-Side AR Coated Glass lens
Trits slots: 1.5×6mm trits slot x 7 ———— Green / Blue / Red / Orange / Purple / White / Pink
Dimension:
110mm x 41mm x32mm (26650 version)
81mm x 41mm x 32mm (26350 version)
Weight: 135 gram

UI:
1. Press 0.5S to turn on ; Press 0.5S to Turn off ; Single click to change modes;
2. Modes: Low Low1% >Low 10%>Midium 35%>High75%; Double click to Turbo 150% 1.5A 20W 2000 lumens, Click again back to previous mode.
3: No memory , always start on Low low ;
4. In any status , double click to access Turbo ; Temperature control— Turbo mode will step down to Previous mode after 120 seconds
5. Digital Lock-out function ; Tailcap Lock-out Function; Can lock the flashlight to avoid acciddental turn-on when putting it in pocket or bags.
6. Digital Currenct Regulation ; High efficiency
7. Temprature protection. The light on turbo mode gets hot very quick,if the light get too hot especially in hot weather, the flashlight will flash and step down to lower mode to protect the driver.

Advanced Battery power energy indication function:
Battery power Indication A:
Full power to 3/4 power —- Switch LED turn Blue
2/4 power energy —- Switch LED flash some times
1/4 power energy —-Switch LED turn Red and flash some times

Battery Low-Voltage protection:
When 1/5 power energy left, the flashlight will flash some times ; Then the flashlight will step down to Low Low mode to extend the runtime.

Included Accessories: Extension tube; SS clip; Flashlight bag; O rings ; Packing

Trit link:
http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2010

For 26350 battery, It’s 5usd each.

As we only have 56pcs 26350 cells in stock for the moment. First 50 orders will get 1×26350 for free. We are told by battery supplier that Next batch of 26350 will get ready in 10 days.









USA Customers can contact RMM to pre-order this light. It will be faster to receive.
Here is his website:
http://www.mtnelectronics.com/

Ric

BTU flashlight; DQG Series Flashlight ; Torch Component

Edited by: Ric-CN on 07/17/2016 - 05:37
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Wow this looks very interesting! Really cool with the option for trits.

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Awesome! Any GB on this? Silly

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what a looker!
If you ship this as fast as you did with my Jax order (next day tracking number in the mail) its only the customsthat delays people from holding it(argh French custom is holding the jax now Wink )

That sand colored next to a Meteor M43 should make a beautifull pair

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look nice.

I wont be ordering from CNqualitygoods again as they never ship 2 of my orders and deleted both of my accounts then I had to go through paypal dispute.

Will patiently wait for other vendors for purchase

Nico -.-

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For some reason the pics from cnq never loads on my screen, and the page is always down as well, anyone else?

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It works fine with chrome!

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OMG!

That is an amazing flashlight! Its performance looks like it matches its looks!

I never thought such a beast would ever exist.. But it does!

Slightly out of my price zone though.. Sad

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Impressive light!

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will34 wrote:
For some reason the pics from cnq never loads on my screen, and the page is always down as well, anyone else?

Same here – for some reason my adblocker was blacklisting their domain! Had to whitelist it to resolve the domain.

I am using pi-hole on a raspberry pi and some list out there must’ve included the domain?

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From Site: “Appearance patent protected, any copy will be prohibited” <=== Good luck with that. The Irony…..

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tech wrote:
will34 wrote:
For some reason the pics from cnq never loads on my screen, and the page is always down as well, anyone else?

Same here – for some reason my adblocker was blacklisting their domain! Had to whitelist it to resolve the domain.

I am using pi-hole on a raspberry pi and some list out there must’ve included the domain?

But the images never show no matter what device and network in on…. Tried with PC iPhone and android tablet… Weird!

Probably they made it available to certain regions only, not sure.

Can some one reupload the pictures on another image host? Thanks!! Big Smile

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What a beauty, I spent my flashlight allowance on an L6 or I’d be in Love

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THAT is nice!

 

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Which driver is inside ?

Regards Xandre

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Take a look at these. http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2249 and http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2248
Looks like I can finally upgrade my old JM07.

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Beautiful!

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texas shooter wrote:
Take a look at these. http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2249 and http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2248 Looks like I can finally upgrade my old JM07.

Gagh! Amazing!

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Real Nice! To put the size in perspective, it's a 41 mm head diameter light - lot of lights in this head dimension category.

The Eagle Eye X6 is 137 mm in length, SolarStorm/FandyFire K2 is pretty short at 129 mm, the NiteCore EA41 is 117 mm, and the Lumintop SD4A is close at 112 mm - this PK26 w/26650 is 110 mm, so even with the big cell, it's a compact size.

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texas shooter wrote:
Take a look at these. http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2249 and http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2248 Looks like I can finally upgrade my old JM07.

Thanks,that is what I think,too.

Regards Xandre

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texas shooter wrote:
Take a look at these. http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2249 and http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2248 Looks like I can finally upgrade my old JM07.

I would like to upgrade my JM07 and JM20, but both are e-switch and I do not see provisions for e-switches on these drivers… Do you know more?

EDC rotation:
FW1A, LH351D 4000k (second favorite)
FW3A, LH351D 3500k
FW3A, SST20 FD2 4000k
FW3A, Nichia 4000k sw40 r9080 (favorite light!)
FW3A, Cree XP-L Hi 5A3
Emisar D4V2, SST20 4000k

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the links do not work?

 

 

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oh my goodness! A must have! Why can’t it come with the fancy driver and Bistro Firmware?

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saypat wrote:
oh my goodness! A must have! Why can't it come with the fancy driver and Bistro Firmware?

To me, e-switch's are a superior UI mechanism - better with two, both in the proper hand position for a conventional lower hold, easier to engage, and can be timed more precisely. I'm really lik'n the smooth ramping implementation in Narsil, but a 5 mode set is also very powerful, but easy. I prefer click ON, click OFF e-switch operations - not a fan of the press&hold to turn a light ON or OFF. You can do more, better things with an e-switch because the MCU directly controls it. A power switch, is by nature, somewhat uncontrollable, then timing is subject to heat, variations in parts, etc. This is why many (or all) of the high quality lights use e-switch's.

I'm not say'n all e-switch UI's are done well - many are not. The mag switch's are also powerful and easy, and also depending on how they are implemented - if done well or not.

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Tom E wrote:

saypat wrote:
oh my goodness! A must have! Why can’t it come with the fancy driver and Bistro Firmware?

To me, e-switch’s are a superior UI mechanism – better with two, both in the proper hand position for a conventional lower hold, easier to engage, and can be timed more precisely. I’m really lik’n the smooth ramping implementation in Narsil, but a 5 mode set is also very powerful, but easy. I prefer click ON, click OFF e-switch operations – not a fan of the press&hold to turn a light ON or OFF. You can do more, better things with an e-switch because the MCU directly controls it. A power switch, is by nature, somewhat uncontrollable, then timing is subject to heat, variations in parts, etc. This is why many (or all) of the high quality lights use e-switch’s.


I’m not say’n all e-switch UI’s are done well – many are not. The mag switch’s are also powerful and easy, and also depending on how they are implemented – if done well or not.

I’m not at all techy. I prefer the e-switch as well. But I absolutely love the driver from the Cometa, and firmware, and have been spoiled by it. Also spoiled by Everett’s MELD Firmware, one of the very best IMO. I have seen the word Narsil around the Forum but am unfamiliar with it. Is it on any lights presently? Is it going to be on the SRK GB light? Any explanation of how it functions anywhere? I , also, do NOT like the press and hold to turn and off, and it seems more lights are coming that way.

this light, the PK 26 should have won a design award!

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mattlward wrote:
texas shooter wrote:
Take a look at these. http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2249 and http://www.cnqualitygoods.com/goods.php?id=2248 Looks like I can finally upgrade my old JM07.

I would like to upgrade my JM07 and JM20, but both are e-switch and I do not see provisions for e-switches on these drivers… Do you know more?

My JM07 is soo old it doesn’t have a side switch. It’s the original heavy 26650 that people were turning into hot rods with SST-50’s and SST-90’s. When I first got it it had one of the first XM-L T6’s in it. Torchlite was the maker I believe, then Shadow made the fins smaller and put more on it. A much better built light than it’s current clones like the F13.

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saypat wrote:
I'm not at all techy. I prefer the e-switch as well. But I absolutely love the driver from the Cometa, and firmware, and have been spoiled by it. Also spoiled by Everett's MELD Firmware, one of the very best IMO. I have seen the word Narsil around the Forum but am unfamiliar with it. Is it on any lights presently? Is it going to be on the SRK GB light? Any explanation of how it functions anywhere? I , also, do NOT like the press and hold to turn and off, and it seems more lights are coming that way. this light, the PK 26 should have won a design award!

The Miller went a little nuts, but bunch of info here in post #2 of the GB thread: http://budgetlightforum.com/comment/922763#comment-922763. I got a manual posted in docx and PDF format - link is there in the post, and a video showing the ramping - some minor tweaks made since the video, so needs to be updated.

With Narsil, one of 12 mode sets can be selected (1 to 8 modes), or, a smooth ramping UI (150 levels). Moon mode level can actually be user tweaked. My 4X SRK clone has it with 0.1 lumens to ~5,400 lumens in a 3D NW tint. Also have it in a Skilhunt H15, using a color SMD LED in the switch as a locator/LVP indicator.

Yea, I do like Bistro as well. Actually stole/borrowed some code from Bistro so we have some shared bode in both.

 

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Why o why did they choose to make the ui hold switch to turn on and off?!
Hate that. It’s starts on low low so no hot pocket anyways.

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Tom E wrote:

Real Nice! To put the size in perspective, it’s a 41 mm head diameter light – lot of lights in this head dimension category.


The Eagle Eye X6 is 137 mm in length, SolarStorm/FandyFire K2 is pretty short at 129 mm, the NiteCore EA41 is 117 mm, and the Lumintop SD4A is close at 112 mm - this PK26 w/26650 is 110 mm, so even with the big cell, it’s a compact size.

About the same size as a BLF/LuckySun D80 with the tailcap removed, but with a thicker tube. So yes small and pocket size, but slightly bulky. So if you have a D80 remove the tailcap and hold it in your hand and imagine a thicker tube. Smile

…………….

At half the price this looks like a good budget answer to the somewhat similar Olight R50 Seeker (XHP50 2500 lumens) about the same size head with the Olight being nearly one inch longer, (42×133mm) I was psyched when I first saw the R50 but calmed down soon as I remembered Olight doesn’t do NW.

 

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Ric-CN wrote:

4. In any status , double click to access Turbo
“In any status” …I assume this also means from OFF?

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Ric-CN wrote:

Reflector: OP aluminum Reflector
I guess this isn’t suppose to be a pocket thrower.

 

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