✌ FREEME - Lumintop B01 XP-L HD 850lm LED Anti-glare 21700/ 18650 Rechargeable Cycling Flashlight - Shipped!

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Are you fast rider?

If you cycle higher than 28km/h (17mph) in the dark most of the time,

B01 might not be suitable for your riding habit.

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freeme wrote:
If you cycle higher than 28km/h (17mph) in the dark most of the time,B01 might not be suitable for your riding habit.

this is good info, thanks for clarifying.

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Free Vollision charger with our deal!



I have the coupon for the discount on the B01, thank you kindly. How do I get the charger also? It is presently sold out. Will the coupon be good for some time?

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Are you fast rider?


If you cycle higher than 28km/h (17mph) in the dark most of the time,


B01 might not be suitable for your riding habit.

Thanks for the information but could you please tell a bit more about why you think this is a problem.

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freeme wrote:

 


Are you fast rider?


If you cycle higher than 28km/h (17mph) in the dark most of the time,


B01 might not be suitable for your riding habit.

Thanks for the information but could you please tell a bit more about why you think this is a problem.


The faster you go the father away from one needs the light to shine in order to have time to react to what is seen.

This is just a caution to not expect to be able to for 20+mph at night with this light.

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Using the product beamshot taken by Lumintop to aid my explanation. 

 

Pros: 

  1. Provide front wheel illumination (zone 1) - it will improve visibility for any imminent danger such as fallen branches, potholes, oil slick or even animals, that will throw you off balance from your bike. Helps car drivers and commuters to identify you bike position (road presence).
  2. Anti-glare feature - pedestrians can look into directly into you light at 7m/ 22 ft away, without feeling much discomfort.
  3. Ability to power B01 with external power source through micro-USB port.
  4. Light can be used as a regular handheld flashlight. Could be a excellent tool for dog walking. 

 

Cons:

  1. Light intensity at zone 3 and 4 has reduced by a fair margin as light is being channel to zone 1.
  2. Due to the light shaping reflector, beam width for zone 3 is relatively wide (over 3m/ 9ft). B01 will give you a less defined hot spot than a standard cylinder flashlight (e.g. Convoy S2/8 XP-L HI). Wide spill is not really ideal for urban cycling where sidewalks are narrow with bright street lamps. Beam tends to over spill to oncoming traffic easily, but it is not strong enough to overpower ambient lightnings if you ride on road.
  3. It is possible to increase brightness intensity for zone 3 and 4 by using High or Turbo modes. However, you will drain your battery at much higher rate (<2hrs runtime) and potential experience overheat. My custom S8 XP-L HI is able to achieve better result with less energy.
  4. I have been riding with neutral white flashlight for about 4 years straight. It is pretty hard for me to adjust to cool white beam. Haha.
  5. My flat top 21700 and supplied 21700 to 18650 adapter rattle inside the light! Please ensure using battery with the correct length, and make the necessary battery padding in order to absorb the vibration.   

Every knows that it is dangerous to cycle fast if you can't make good judgement of riding/ traffic condition ahead. 

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Ordered.
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I think I would buy this light if it had the Anduril “bike strobe” function. Until then, hoping someone will make a light with this beam shape and the bike strobe.

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Niwalker has the best bike flash imo.

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I think I would buy this light if it had the Anduril "bike strobe" function. Until then, hoping someone will make a light with this beam shape and the bike strobe.

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Niwalker has the best bike flash imo.


sbslider wrote:
I think I would buy this light if it had the Anduril “bike strobe” function. Until then, hoping someone will make a light with this beam shape and the bike strobe.

thanks for the tip, I’ll check it out.

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Any idea on the frequency of the strobe on this Lumintop?

Something close to 2 Hz would be ideal, IMO.

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I’m interested as well. Thanks.

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I took mine apart.

The bezel and head are glued but it only requires a little (lefty loosey) torq from a strap wrench.

I was able to remove the reflector by the lifting from opposite side of the emitter with the non sharpened part of safety razer and then carefully sliding it out. The reflector is made of plastic.


The emitter sitting on a thin aluminium mcpcb that is held in place with some thermal paste.

The driver looks to be press fit/glued. in fear of breaking things I didn’t not attempt to access the driver. Tired

A big mess of glue on the threads

On different note the included holder snapped in half while I was installing it. It was made of hard brittle plastic Facepalm It’s a good thing I had this holder as backup.

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Interested! Thank you.

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