✌ FREEME - ASTROLUX EC03 3*CREE XHP50B-3V 6700lm Andúril 21700/ 18650 Flashlight >>> XHP50.2!!!

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$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

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$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

Maybe you should look at the FT03… bigger but designed for throw. If you want smaller a simple C8 or GT Mini may fit your needs better?

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Cloud wrote:
patmurris wrote:
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$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

This will be significantly more floody than the NS43.

Look at the cd/lm between the 43 and 53:

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patmurris wrote:
Cloud wrote:
$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

This will be significantly more floody than the NS43.

Look at the cd/lm between the 43 and 53:
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Yes and that’s the reason I got the 43. The beam profile is ok but can’t change any settings on the light, the turbo comes on first, then high, medium and low- that’s ridiculous. And the modes don’t make any sense. Turbo is 6,000 lm , next one down is about 3500-4000 and next one down is about 700 lm, and the low is about 250 lumens. How come no mode for about 2,000 lm or a 1,500lm which could be sustainable with this size head. On 3500 lumens it still heats up rather fast and reduces the output. And on 700 lm it’s often not bright enough. Go figure…the Wild trail BLF d80v2, being similar in shape seems like a light that’s been much better thought through. Granted it only gives off 3500 lm but it is still one of my favorites right now.

Yes I can see the astrolux will be more floody but I guess I will still get it out of curiosity or for a gift for someone who likes flood. $30 something seems like a nice price point.

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yes .., it is interesting how it copes with heat dissipation from 3 XHP50B? ))

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Cloud wrote:
patmurris wrote:
Cloud wrote:
$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

Please consider having SST40 option as well. Love my Nightwatch NA40SE beam and 5000k tint.

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adirus wrote:
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patmurris wrote:
Cloud wrote:
$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

Please consider having SST40 option as well. Love my Nightwatch NA40SE beam and 5000k tint.

Thanks. I was considering it but I’m not sure what the differences are in the beam profile and the throw distance. I think sst40 was 2000 lumens at the highest setting. And I believe the hot spot is smaller than the 50.2 version. Do you know if it throws better than the 50.2? And it there less spill ? Thanks

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Cloud wrote:
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Cloud wrote:
patmurris wrote:
Cloud wrote:
$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

Please consider having SST40 option as well. Love my Nightwatch NA40SE beam and 5000k tint.

Thanks. I was considering it but I’m not sure what the differences are in the beam profile and the throw distance. I think sst40 was 2000 lumens at the highest setting. And I believe the hot spot is smaller than the 50.2 version. Do you know if it throws better than the 50.2? And it there less spill ? Thanks

My only SST40 left is the NA40SE with 3xSST40.2 5000k. Compared against the 2 Astrolux EC01 (5000k/6000k), the NA40SE do throw further with no tint shift. It looks like a much more diffused Emisar D4S with XPL-hi 5000k.
Hope the above makes sense.

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Cloud wrote:
adirus wrote:
Cloud wrote:
patmurris wrote:
Cloud wrote:
$30 sounds nice but Is this gonna be a flooder or more of a thrower?
Considering the leds and rather shallow reflectors i’d bet on a somewhat balanced beam with a bright but large hotspot and a lot of flood around… Wait and see. Wink

Thanks. Yes the reflector is rather shallow. Hopefully this will be a combination light, I like the pronounced hot spot and hate wasting lumens on the side spill. I like the beam profile of Nightwatch NSX3 , also 3 emitters but sst-40 , a large hotspot that travels quite a distance. Hate everything else about the light though. I guess we wait and see what the beam profile will be.

Please consider having SST40 option as well. Love my Nightwatch NA40SE beam and 5000k tint.

Thanks. I was considering it but I’m not sure what the differences are in the beam profile and the throw distance. I think sst40 was 2000 lumens at the highest setting. And I believe the hot spot is smaller than the 50.2 version. Do you know if it throws better than the 50.2? And it there less spill ? Thanks


Take a look at Astrolux FT03. The FT03 with XHP50B LED reaches 125.000 Lux with 4400 Lumen, the FT03 with SST40 LED reaches up to 190.000 Lux with 2200 lumen (my own measurement).
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Please consider having SST40 option as well. Love my Nightwatch NA40SE beam and 5000k tint.[/quote]

Thanks. I was considering it but I’m not sure what the differences are in the beam profile and the throw distance. I think sst40 was 2000 lumens at the highest setting. And I believe the hot spot is smaller than the 50.2 version. Do you know if it throws better than the 50.2? And it there less spill ? Thanks[/quote]

Take a look at Astrolux FT03. The FT03 with XHP50B LED reaches 125.000 Lux with 4400 Lumen, the FT03 with SST40 LED reaches up to 190.000 Lux with 2200 lumen (my own measurement).[/quote]
Yes , I understand that . And I used to own both FT03s as well as the one with luminous 90.2 and other throwers. But the reason ft03 Sst20 throws father is not just Because of the emitters – there is much more lumens spent on the spill of the ft03 with 50.2. The throwing distance does depend on the emittters and overall lumens , but also the reflector shape, the size of hot spot/ concentration , and the amount of spill around it ( which takes away the lumens from the hot spot).
It’s good to compare these lights but from this comparison there is no sure way to tell theoretically how the Throw distance of nightwatch sst20 with 2000 lumens will compare to nightwatch 50.2 with 3500 lumens without knowing all the other variables, and even then will be hard to calculate. If someone has both lights then they can really compare.

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Having SST40 as an option will be great.

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