224lumens Every Day Carry Light 1*AA battery

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

+1 on “not glued”!

Ive seen it on Ebay.com for $19.99.

A good price I think..

Although that puts it in competition with Klarus Mi7 and Manker E11, both of which are more powerful, although larger in size.

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grayski74 wrote:
Ive seen it on Ebay.com for $19.99.

A good price I think..

That is good.
The Mi7 is a good competitor but Manker… they do not inspire me confidence, sorry.

If anything can go wrong, it will.
Matter will be damaged in direct proportion to its value.

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really like that silver!

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djozz wrote:
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.

Questions:
*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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If they are only cool white do not deserve.

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Gotta have neutral white led option or it’s not worth considering.

I’ve got a thrower, a flooder, and an EDC too. Still looking for a bigger thrower, flooder, and a new EDC, give or take a few. I’m a flashaholic.

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Olive and tan

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Natural. Looks great. Great small size. Good clip.

Request Version: Make 1-mode, forward switch, at 125lumens long run time with neutral tint. Smile

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Silver looks good, will show knocks and scuffs less.

Does it use PWM?

224lm with AA or 14500?

Mode order? LMH or HML ? ….. Much prefer Low , Medium , High

Sorry guys, cool white ok with me!

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I prefer

natural
tan

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Natural or silver, I have too many black flashlights!

But like everyone else is saying, have a neutral white offering please! Not much cool white love on enthusiast forums.

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I have a soft spot for bright green.

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on this site , 224L on AA and 500L on 14500, Acebeam M10 (AA eller 14500 batteri) :: Lyktemannen.no

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Natural would be my choice.

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Black!

4000k neutral white

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Natural.

224lm from an alkie AA? Or only 14500?

(Jetbeam specs the output/runtime for alkie/NiMH/Li.)

And I agree with others, I’m sick of CW/6500K. To me that screams “cheap flashlight”.

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Lightbringer wrote:
And I agree with others, I’m sick of CW/6500K. To me that screams “cheap flashlight”.

Of course it needs to be 4000-5000K and high CRI, otherwise there will be no interest from me.

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Olive and Tan for me.

Low mode and long runtime lover…

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natural and olive 4000K-5000K

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green and olive

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I do like the looks of olive a lot

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black and silver

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I love brown/tan colors.
I’d like to see also NW option. Or high cri…

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They look rather long, what is the size of the flashlight?

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AlexGT wrote:
They look rather long, what is the size of the flashlight?

i think there are a mistake on his web.
In my sample this are my size data:

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Natural-Olive-Tan

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I like black, olive, natural, and tan.  I don't much like the silver, red or green.

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Tan and olive

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Natural Olive Tan!

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Trevi_lux wrote:
AlexGT wrote:
They look rather long, what is the size of the flashlight?

i think there are a mistake on his web.
In my sample this are my size data:

!https://i.imgur.com/Fg7QCZS.jpg!

I hope its not that long.. 9.4CM is very nearly as long as a Thorfire TG06.

The runtime on it isn’t the best; its the small size that got my attention in the first place…

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