✌ FREEME - ASTROLUX MF01S 15000lm Flashlight Group Buy + Diffuser Cap - ALIVE

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Could I please get a coupon as well? And ones for the diffuser and holster? Thanks!

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Coupon please if still available, thanks

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kramerica72 wrote:
Coupon please if still available, thanks

I am pretty sure that the thread is dead.
I am still waiting for the code myself from freeme, so I went ahead and bought the MF01S with batteries during the 9.9 sale. Diffuser and holster were bought seperately.
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aggalitsas wrote:
kramerica72 wrote:
Coupon please if still available, thanks
I am pretty sure that the thread is dead. I am still waiting for the code myself from freeme, so I went ahead and bought the MF01S with batteries during the 9.9 sale. Diffuser and holster were bought seperately.

Probably for the best… I just found this site a month ago and I’m already out of control. My wife asked me yesterday “why do we have 40 flashlights?”

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I had originally dismissed the idea of owning an MF01S when it came out as I regarded it as too expensive , so I bought three other lights instead Big Smile

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olles wrote:
I have two MF01S (4000K and 5000K) using the astrolux extender tube (about 20€) and they work nicely! The original MF01 worsk with it as well and the MF04 ditto.
No Problems whatsoever.
The main advantage is longer runtime. In real world I don’t see an output advantage (i.e. more light on turbo) but turbo can be maintained a little longer…

But be aware, this then is a heavy flashlight and no beauty since the tube is nearly as thick as the emitter end Wink

Big difference in brightness 5000K vs 4000K? Color rendering much worse in 5000K? Is it true you can see the green glow at 5000K?

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Yacko wrote:
olles wrote:
I have two MF01S (4000K and 5000K) using the astrolux extender tube (about 20€) and they work nicely! The original MF01 worsk with it as well and the MF04 ditto.
No Problems whatsoever.
The main advantage is longer runtime. In real world I don’t see an output advantage (i.e. more light on turbo) but turbo can be maintained a little longer…

But be aware, this then is a heavy flashlight and no beauty since the tube is nearly as thick as the emitter end Wink

Big difference in brightness 5000K vs 4000K? Color rendering much worse in 5000K? Is it true you can see the green glow at 5000K?

Do you realize that you are asking someone who posted that 9 months ago?
There is a big difference in brightness. 4000K is rated as 11000 lumens, while 5000K and 6500K are rated as 14000 and 15000 lumens respectively.
I just bought the 5000K version, much better tint than the MF01 mini 6500K (SST20×7) I have, no more green shift at low, its more yellow, than green. On the other hand, both flashlights pale in comparison to my Nichia 219c (astrolux s43).

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Thank you for the information. I had the opportunity to compare personally. In fact, the 5000K seems a little brighter, but the 4000K CRI makes up for it. I choose 4000K.

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