ACEBEAM E10 LED Flashlight Released

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ACEBEAM E10 LED Flashlight Released

Tailor your flashlight to the application with the Acebeam E10. With this light, you can choose between a white, red, or green OSRAM LED. The white LED is great for day-to-day lighting, while the red and green are great for preserving night vision and other activities like fishing or hunting. All three options come with an impressive lumen output, throw, and a defensive strobe mode for quick, on-the-fly self-defense. The Acebeam E10 operates from a single, casual side switch for easy access to all modes and single-handed operation. This light also comes with a lockout mode to prevent accidental activation and preserve battery life.

Power Source: 1 × 26350 Li-ion Battery
LED: 1 x White OSRAM, 1 x Red OSRAM, or 1 x Green OSRAM

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That optic looks very interesting. Would love to see beam shots.

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Kinda looks like the Carclo 10108 Catadioptric

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Very interesting…

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What is the size of the head? It seems kinda small. 80kcd with such small head diameter seems good.

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It uses the 26350 size battery what I find kind of cool Smile

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Except theres no good 26350 batteries Sad Wish Acebeam would release some high power 14500 flashlights now that we have the new Vapcell H10 and Shockli orange

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If it’s that small (26mm diameter battery) then it’s deifnitely not the 10108, It’s probably just a regular TIR, and the circle in the middle isn’t flat, it’s actually an indent/hole.

Less exciting than I thought.

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Interesting….. presumably the colours throw like that too?

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Freeme, is the E10 the beam on the left or right?

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Left, right is the white laser fenix tk30.You can see how good the throw is,pretty impressive for Its size.

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thx but i’m waiting for the W50

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Sharing the pics of green beam from one of customers. Pocket Light-E10 Green “beam throwing 675meters”

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Cool flashlight.

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Hikelite wrote:
Cool flashlight.

LED Option: 1 x White OSRAM, 1 x Red OSRAM, or 1 x Green OSRAM

The white LED is great for day-to-day lighting, while the red and green are great for preserving night vision and other activities like fishing or hunting.

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Definitely an interesting pocket rocket. Love

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Very cool Thumbs Up

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Does Acebeam do GB/special pricing for BLF members? Might pick one up if they do.

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Looks like a fun light for sure!

Nice to see the 2000mAh 26350 battery being similar in Wh/volume to the new high capacity 18350s.

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Does this special optic make it throw farther than a reflector of the same size?

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Optic size appears similar to the LEDIL IRIS. I’m getting about 45Kcd from a domed 4000K SST20 under that TIR. In reflector lights, I the ratio between 1mm WF and SST20-95CRI is about 2.7:1. Seems like this optic is under performing for the size as that ratio would make me expect nearly 140Kcd from it. A Convoy M2 with WF1 hits 79Kcd as well with only a 32mm bezel..

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Very interesting light. Ordered. This will be my first acebeam!

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My E10 arrived today. Cute! And the beam is very focused. Love.
Somehow an extra acebeam 14500 came in the same box. What a nice surprise!
Thank you Acebeam!

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Enderman wrote:
If it’s that small (26mm diameter battery) then it’s deifnitely not the 10108, It’s probably just a regular TIR, and the circle in the middle isn’t flat, it’s actually an indent/hole. Less exciting than I thought.

looking at the beamshot, it is not that tir, what you have on the pic is ledil iris lens, 38mm. there are 2 types, with smaller and bigger “tunnel” inside, i used both, in several builds, beam profiles are very different, acebeam seem to be using something else.
however acebeam uses osram led, i used ledil iris with xml2 and xpg2, neither had similar profile in my case, while the beam was narrow with xpg2, there was a lot more spill.

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I haven’t seen any review with measured numbers yet, but since there’s a slight dark spot in the middle of the beam I’m willing to bet we will be seeing wildly varying throw measurements from this one when people measure from different distances and from different parts on the beam.

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Battery looks like Fitorch P25 Battery.

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i bought this light, with green led, it is definitely not ledil iris, i did not take it apart, but i can see the tir is half as tall as iris.

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It’s a great little torch. Don’t like the button, it’s a bit mushy. But otherwise I think it is great for the price (obviously not a budget light as such).

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Reminds me of the photo mirror lenses. Instead of parallel output the reflective mirrors converge at a point away and the diverges. Reversing the direction of the light in the diagram below.

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Got a green one today, great little light, just edges out my xpl-hi C8 for output at a fraction of the size. Very cool and compact, will enjoy this one for a while to come. Seems to sustain turbo for a decent time without excessive heat. The green throw is easy on the eyes to focus on with very little backscatter.

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