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224lumens Every Day Carry Light 1*AA battery

Which color you prefer ? (Acebeam M10 EDC light 224lumens 1*AA size)

Black-Natural-Olive-Tan-Silver-Bright Green-Red

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natural and olive

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No 14500 support? I think ill pass.
Unless its near the Jetbeam JET – I MK price ill reconsider.

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I like the tan, but why put a 6500K LED in this? 4500K is a nice neutral white, without an option that is not cool white, I will not consider it. 14500 support is good too, but not as important as the tint.

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Kinda digging the tan…


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It sounds like the XM LEDs won’t really be suitable for flashlight use. Pity…

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Olive, did I win, lol

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Nice light, but no neutral = no interest from me.

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I’d be interested if it was available with neutral and warm emitters.

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Neither 14500 nor neutral tint!
Really??

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akoposilester wrote:
No 14500 support? I think ill pass. Unless its near the Jetbeam JET – I MK price ill reconsider.

Both AA and 14500 work for M10.

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Natural, Olive and Tan my preferred!

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I love the natural color !

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Trevi_lux wrote:
Natural, Olive and Tan my preferred!

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I like the look of the natural, but with not warm or neutral tint, and no deep carry pocket clip I’m out.

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I like it, it is really small and with a clicky switch, 200 lumen is pretty ok for AA. I can only think of the Solarforce Z2 that is comparable in size and in price, and the Eagletac D25A but that one is more expensive.

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*does it use PWM for lower modes or are the modes true current controlled?
*is the mode order low-med-high without memory (I hope so Smile )
*is the head glued in? (I hope not, this ugly 6500K XP-G3 has to go)

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Silver and green

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Olive and tan…

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Olive or Tan or Silver!

How much blast on a 14500!?

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The olive and the tan

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Natural

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Thanks for all your answer and suggestions. Thumbs Up

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Tan and Olive all the way. But yeah, neutral white (for other lights as well) would be awesome!

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Natural, Olive, Silver.

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Natural and Silver! I like black, too, but not shiny black. I want black to be matte, or at least satin finish. Don’t care for too cool white LED, prefer cool neutral tint, like 5000K. But, that can be modded! Crazy

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Probably not a surprise, olive and tan are my preferred colours.

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Natural-Olive-Tan looks nice to me

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Wow, I’m part of the consensus for a change with my love of Sand/Tan/Olive… How refreshing Smile

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Olive and Black would be my choice.

The wife would probably like the red one.

I like the size, shape and weight! Easily pocketable.

Brightness looks good, modes look good (although there’s a typo on one of your pictures ).

Not too bothered about 14500 compatibility.. This is something I would likely give out to friends who want a bright, easy to use flashlight with standard NiMH batteries.

Looks good!

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black or red
also most people are not fans of cool white, or blue white

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olive and tan 4500-5000

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Silver, Tan or Olive in this order.
Neutral or warm light.
Thread not glued.
And… not expensive, less US$25.

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