Manker Timeback II 2200 Lumen Titanium Spinner Flashlight is releasing

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Manker Timeback II 2200 Lumen Titanium Spinner Flashlight is releasing

Manker Timeback II 2200 Lumen Titanium Spinner Flashlight is releasing

 

Specification:
Emiter type: 4x CREE XPG3 LED
Circuit Driver: A17DD-L FET + 1 Driver
Light Tint: 6500K
Material: Titanim Alloy & Copper
Multi-Modes:
Group 1: Moonlight - Low - Med1 - Med 2 - High1 - High2 - Turbo (Short press <0.5s)
Group 2: Low, Med, High, Turbo (Short press <0.5s) + Moonlight - Turbo - TACTICAL Strobe - Battcheck - Bike Flasher (Medium press 0.5s - 1.5s)
Battery configuration: 1x 18350 / 16340 battery
Switch type: clicky
Switch location: tail of the flashlight
Impact resistant: 1 meter
Maximum 2200 lumens output
Working voltage: 2.8 - 4.5v
Lens: Tir
Waterproof standard: IPX-8 waterproof 2 meters
Weight: 155g (without battery)
Size: 94mm length x 27mm body diameter

Operation:
BLF A6 UI

Spinner

More detail please visit:
http://www.mankerlight.com/manker-ti...er-flashlight/

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Edited by: Mankerlight on 08/17/2017 - 05:25
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Nice this stonewash finish.
Why not 18650 version of this?

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Nice!

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Trevi_lux wrote:
Nice this stonewash finish. Why not 18650 version of this?

We need to control the size of the Timeback II, so make it with 18350/16340.

There will be also Burnt Titanium version Smile

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Liking that clip Thumbs Up

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I like the bead blast finish, and the clip, but I can do without the spinner it is a gimmick and for me serves no purpose on a light. I would enjoy a bottle opener however. Beer

edit Hold the phone This IMO is not a budget light

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Love the light and the specs. Don’t love the price! Crying
Paul321 wrote:
I would enjoy a bottle opener however. Beer
+1, but with that bezel… maybe it will do Beer
Paul321 wrote:
This IMO is not a budget light

+1 Facepalm

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Nice design, love that it is different.
With this small size and titanium I think I would have liked no spinning part but more exposed copper there.

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I use a spinner and so a spinner on a light like this is not a gimik.

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I WAS loving the mirror polished one… Until I saw the price!!!

Congrats on the beautiful design, Jeers on the ridiculous price!

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A spinner on a flashlight? Come on Sick . Though, it is about time someone figured out how to make a proper pocket clip but in some of the pics it seems to be not landing where it’s supposed to be. It’s bent back and looks crooked.

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The grey titanium looks pretty nice but personnally i don’t like the tactical “bezel” and the spinner.
You should have made a spinning tactical bezel…to drill around the eye of an assailant and make it pop out more easily and cleanly… Evil

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nice lihgt but wow yeah the price ….i supposed this is not for everyone.

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Nice light for collectors but not for me at that price!

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Sir Manker,

How about something in between: LAD Titanium.
About $60 or so? It’s titanium, it’s much more affordable, and it’s super desirable. Seriously, the LAD is the ideal candidate for a titanium version. Cool

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Styling is too over the top for me.
I do not like crenelated bezels.
Looks like it would gouge your leg if carried in a pocket.

Maybe cut off the frivolous spinner to show more beautiful copper.

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I like fidget spinners, so I hope more flashlights come with spinners.  8^)

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Love this light… although it’s out of my budget.
Can the spinner part be removed?

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I heard that MecArmy has a fidget spinner flashlight coming out soon too Cool

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Being a big tritium fan, I can’t wait to see the tritium vials spin in the dark.

Here are all my reviews on BLF

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Beautiful flashlight but the spinner thing and price ruin it for me.

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A 18650 without spinner please !

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I agree with the major sentiments here – I don’t like the deeply crenelated bezel (looks dangerous for pocket-carry), the spinner seems misplaced in an expensive metal flashlight (how many fidget spinners are dropped several times a day?), and, lastly, the price is way too high. It moves it into conspicuous consumption, status symbol territory!

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Just my 2¢…someone went too far with an otherwise pretty sharp looking light. Love the lines (rugged/tactical? look), the colors (breaking up the copper is nicer to my eye). The bezel…too much. I’d hate to be arrested for carrying a concealed weapon? The spinner…no words Facepalm The price…YIKES!!!

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Interesting product due to the ingenuity to combine a flashlight with a spinner. Thumbs Up
Build quality is visible excellent.
I see a mismatch in the target groups. On the one hand expensive materials such as titanium and copper and on the other spinner, which is extra only for the audience with smaller financial opportunities. This is in general case, of course.

I would probably have bought some for gifts, but obviously I’m not in the right target group…

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Tally-ho wrote:
The grey titanium looks pretty nice but personnally i don’t like the tactical “bezel” and the spinner. You should have made a spinning tactical bezel…to drill around the eye of an assailant and make it pop out more easily and cleanly… Evil

Come on guys! Theee are 750000 flashlight out there without a strike bezzel and spinner. There is just one that does. I like it! Now… Manker, do I get to be the first to review and try it out? Innocent

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No high CRI Nichia? Sad

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Bonham wrote:
I see a mismatch in the target groups. On the one hand expensive materials such as titanium and copper and on the other spinner, which is extra only for the audience with smaller financial opportunities. This is in general case, of course

I think your comment here means you think only poor people, or maybe kids/unemployed people buy spinners. If you think that you’ve missed a large community of enthusiasts and collectors paying hundreds and even thousands of dollars for premium spinners. That’s not to say that I think of them will buy this (although I think some would) or that I think this is a good product (doesn’t appeal to me), but don’t make the mistake of equating spinners with lower income brackets. That couldn’t be further from the truth.

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I think this light is fun. Over the top well done!

And could wight and Toykeeper ever have thought that their driver would feature in a light like this? Party

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definately not a budget light

for collectors from CPF its ok, but the design is far from a practical light

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Humm at the price of (3) D4 “BLF” lights I am pretty sure the market will vote and the idea will be short lived.

Sans spinner
Sans pocket tearing bezel

And what is up with 6500k? Who’s idea was that?

It looks like a very cool futuristic light. Battlestar Galactica or very post apocalypse.

Ah we will at east be able to say I remember when…

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