Sofirn Warning! *Shipping Now Take Many Moons*

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WOW, Good News re deliveries.

Ordered SP10S on 31 May & it was delivered to my letterbox in Australia on 16 June.
Looks like Sofirm may have sorted out its deliveries – to Australia at least.

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I think ordering the kit with a battery might be causing the delay

Uhm… probably not the battery. I have the same light with no battery ALSO “stuck” in Jamaica, NY (never knew this town existed). I think Pitney Bowes is the main import outfit in this case and they have been known to take a month to move a package 30 miles away from the destination. But they have always come eventually Flat Stare

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If you bought on www.sofirnlight.com, and hate the loooong time shipping. I hate that too. I understand how it feels like.

Today I started to use anther logistic company’s service.

I tried the service for some orders to USA before and found most arrived in 3 weeks or less, some were delivered in 10 days!

Well, the fee is a higher than the previous shipping service. That’s why “FREE shipping on orders over $59” is claimed on website.

Most buyers on sofirnlight.com are located in US, I hope this shipping service can satisfy you.

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2020-06-15 17:31:00
YPSILANTI, MI 48197, Arrived at Post Office -> Your item arrived at the Post Office at 5:31 pm on June 15, 2020 in YPSILANTI, MI 48197.
2020-06-15 16:16:00
YPSILANTI, MI 48197, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
2020-06-12 13:21:00
STOW, OH 44224, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-10 00:58:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-01 13:44:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item

2020-06-12 13:09:00
BEAVERTON, OR 97008, Delivered, Front Door/Porch -> Your item was delivered at the front door or porch at 1:09 pm on June 12, 2020 in BEAVERTON, OR 97008.
2020-06-12 07:10:00
BEAVERTON, OR 97008, Out for Delivery
2020-06-12 03:27:00
BEAVERTON, OR 97005, Arrived at Post Office
2020-06-12 02:12:00
BEAVERTON, OR 97005, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
2020-06-10 21:22:00
SUMNER, WA 98390, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-09 17:41:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-01 13:44:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item

2020-06-12 12:31:00
FREDONIA, AZ 86022, Delivered, In/At Mailbox -> Your item was delivered in or at the mailbox at 12:31 pm on June 12, 2020 in FREDONIA, AZ 86022.
2020-06-12 09:54:00
FREDONIA, AZ 86022, Out for Delivery
2020-06-12 09:43:00
FREDONIA, AZ 86022, Arrived at Post Office
2020-06-11 22:50:00
PHOENIX AZ DISTRIBUTION CENTER ANNEX, Departed USPS Regional Facility
2020-06-11 12:25:00
PHOENIX AZ DISTRIBUTION CENTER ANNEX, Arrived at USPS Regional Destination Facility
2020-06-11 11:10:00
PHOENIX AZ DISTRIBUTION CENTER ANNEX, Accepted at USPS Regional Destination Facility
2020-06-10 09:11:00
PHOENIX, AZ 85043, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-09 23:46:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-01 13:44:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item

2020-06-08 12:02:00
MESA, AZ 85215, Delivered, Front Door/Porch -> Your item was delivered at the front door or porch at 12:02 pm on June 8, 2020 in MESA, AZ 85215.
2020-06-08 08:56:00
MESA, AZ 85215, Out for Delivery
2020-06-08 08:45:00
MESA, AZ 85215, Arrived at Post Office
2020-06-08 07:30:00
MESA, AZ 85215, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
2020-06-05 14:59:00
PHOENIX, AZ 85043, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-06-04 22:46:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
2020-05-29 11:22:00
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item

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Barry, that new service sounds great.

I cant speak for everyone, but I would gladly pay extra($5-$10) for a reasonably priced shipping option to guarantee a package within a month.

There are more lights I want from Sofirn, but this experience with getting my LT1 made me hesitant to order direct anytime soon.

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Barry0892 wrote:
If you bought on www.sofirnlight.com, and hate the loooong time shipping. I hate that too. I understand how it feels like.

Today I started to use anther logistic company’s service.

I tried the service for some orders to USA before and found most arrived in 3 weeks or less, some were delivered in 10 days!

Well, the fee is a higher than the previous shipping service. That’s why “FREE shipping on orders over $59” is claimed on website.

Most buyers on sofirnlight.com are located in US, I hope this shipping service can satisfy you.

That’s fine for new orders but I have one order that hasn’t updated tracking since 14 May. Another placed 13 May still hasn’t shipped even after cancelling the sp32a v2 hosts that were supposedly the holdup due to being ‘out of stock’ though the site shows it in stock.

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I’d gladly pay more for faster shipping. As it stands now:
Order#1: (46 days so far)
5/2/2020 – Order Place
5/5/2020 – Order Shipped

Some movement since I posted this..but FedEx tracking still not showing:
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2020-06-16 23:23, FEDEX SMARTPOST LOS ANGELES, CA, Departed FedEx location
2020-06-16 17:32, FEDEX SMARTPOST LOS ANGELES, CA, Arrived at FedEx location
2020-06-09 09:11, Shipment information sent to FedEx
2020-05-07 05:19, Last mile=> FEDEX, number
2020-05-07 03:19, Departed from Yanwen Facility
2020-05-06 02:58, Process completed in Yanwen Facility
2020-05-05 18:58, 燕文仓, Created
2020-05-05 15:09, Picked up

Order #2:
5/25/20 – Order Placed
6/17/20 – still says “Awaiting Shipping”. (23 days)

I did drop Sofrin an e-mail but haven’t heard anything back yet.

As I’ve mentioned elsewhere, I think the BLF LT1 has what it takes for mass-market appeal and the potential to sell tens of thousands of units, BUT, Sofirn has to be able to keep up.

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Mine's been stuck at LAX since June 1.  It probably flew nearly overhead or passed on the ground within a few miles of home on it's way from Jamaica, NY to LAX.

 

As of time of this post:

 

 

LAX-LOS ANGELES, Arrive at destination airport

Last mile=> USPS, number <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Departed from Yanwen Facility

Process completed in Yanwen Facility

Picked up

Jamaica, Electronic Shipping Info Received

 

slmjim

 

Great... Carnac the Magnificent tells me I just signed up for yet another expensive hobby.

Smile! It makes others wonder what you've been up to.

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I’ve given up on sofirn. May 13th sofirnlight order STILL hasn’t shipped even after the supposedly out of stock sp32a were cancelled and refunded. 36 days and the order hasn’t shipped. Worse is the fact that I was not notified about any problem and their website shows 14 of the sp32a hosts available. I’ve contacted them via email requesting the remaining items (q8 host, c8f host, and q8 diffuser) be cancelled and refunded. I understand there are problems with shipping routes but in my opinion there is no excuse for failure to communicate problems and not shipping an order.

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My interpretation of the Jamaica tracking record is that it’s just the receipt of electronic shipping information by USPS from Yanwen. Jamaica is very close to JFK airport and from what I can tell is home to the USPS sort facility post US customs. I’ve had two packages shipped via Yanwen that made US landfall at LAX this week, despite both noting that they’d initially received a USPS tracking number “in Jamaica” right when the package was shipped by Sofirn, well before the package left China. So take that for what you will.

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5 of the Sofirn D03 Dive Flashlight kits (the battery and USB single cell charger included). Ordered 5-18-20 (3 separate orders on Aliexpress), Received all 5 today exactly 30 days. I’d expected 60 days or more. Good job Sofirn!

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Wish I had read all this before ordering so much from their website. They are making fastech look fast. I think they use runners and swimmers to transport everything now. I love their lights, but wish someone would sale the lights for a small premium here in the USA. I know some have been sold on Amazon, but the ones I want are all on the slow China path. I have just about given up on some of the orders. I have patience, but they are testing that patience big time.

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Finally received the q8 anduril I ordered on May 5th. 51 days from order to delivery.

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slmjim wrote:

Mine's been stuck at LAX since June 1.  It probably flew nearly overhead or passed on the ground within a few miles of home on it's way from Jamaica, NY to LAX.

 

As of time of this post:

 

 

LAX-LOS ANGELES, Arrive at destination airport

Last mile=> USPS, number <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Departed from Yanwen Facility

Process completed in Yanwen Facility

Picked up

Jamaica, Electronic Shipping Info Received

 

slmjim

 

 

Was delivered Sat., June 27.

 

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Great... Carnac the Magnificent tells me I just signed up for yet another expensive hobby.

Smile! It makes others wonder what you've been up to.

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The 2 x SD05 lights I ordered May 26, have finally made it to my mailbox June 30. 3 orders including 5 flashlights to go. An SP70, IF25A, SC31B, SP32A, and XPL S11-B. All are in 1 order except the SP70 and the XPL S11-B. The SP70 is a kit for flashaholics with the PLB batteries and charger. The PLB batteries are claimed to push it to 7000 lumens. My guess is these batteries have a PCB protection circuit that allows higher than the normal 10-12 amps that is standard…at least I hope that is how that battery accomplishes that. I do not think some of the protections can be built into the light itself with stacked batteries. If they are unprotected batteries, I will not feel good about using them stacked. You really need PCB circuitry built into the batteries themselves if stacked. That of course makes them longer. I have some fairly inexpensive lights that do not list 21700 protected batteries as an option, even though it is the best option for those lights, and since these cheap lights have no built in protection, a protected battery is needed. It has more than adequate springs to accommodate the added length. Nothing ever lists protected 21700 batteries unless it has a mini-usb port on the battery. The reason for this is very, very few chargers allow batteries over 70 mm length, but I have 1 that does. It is actually the cheapest reliable charger I have. It has no added features to test the MAH of the battery though. It is a HomeTech School, for anyone needing a charger to charge protected 21700 batteries.

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I doubt the PLB batteries are protected… because Sofirn emailed me to ask if I wanted them to add “buttons” to my batteries for my “flasholic SP-70” order (I am still waiting for). I told them to send them as-is and I’d solder my own buttons.

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Zappaman wrote:
I doubt the PLB batteries are protected… because Sofirn emailed me to ask if I wanted them to add “buttons” to my batteries for my “flasholic SP-70” order (I am still waiting for). I told them to send them as-is and I’d solder my own buttons.

Usually protected batteries also have buttons, but not always. The protection circuit is usually on the negative side of the battery. You can have a protection circuit and not have a button. You can also have a button without protection. It is easy to hide the wire running from the anode to the cathode with a button, so usually a button is added. Bottom line…the existence, nor lack of the existence of a button does not indicate protection, or lack of protection.

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All of that considered… I’m betting Sofirn wasn’t asking me to add protected buttons. I also don’t think the light can hit 7k lumens with any protection. I guess we’ll see Wink

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Is the shipping using Sofirn Store on Aliexpres faster than using Sofirnlight.com?

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6 one way 1/2 a dozen the other… I’ve had some Sofirn store stuff come in three weeks and other stuff come in two months. WHEN I was buying from the Sofirn AliExpress store, everything took 5-7 weeks and today… other ALiExpress sellers are also taking about that same time using China post (usually).

If I wanted it fast lately, I asked for an Amazon code from Barry/Lan Lee at the Sofirn.com store and pricing was pretty close using the codes. But lately, Amazon isn’t stocking some of Sofirn’s items like they were last month? Like the LT1: I had a code for it I was going to use, but waited too long and it’s stocked out today with “no known stock on the way.”

One thing I will say though is ALL orders have eventually come in (about 6 total this year) and one came yesterday that I ordered on Match 17th. But the seller (I bought from before) kept in touch and worked with me until it got here.

My strategy is… I just plan for what I need 4 months out. And I have one more (out of four) LT1s on the way here in a few weeks (maybe?) for my September fishing trip that starts my 6 months of hunting/fishing. I AM looking forward to not pumping up my Coleman lanterns for the first time since I bought them back in the 80s. Silly

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I think there are a lot of flashlights stuck in Jamaica, NY.

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Zappaman wrote:
All of that considered… I’m betting Sofirn wasn’t asking me to add protected buttons. I also don’t think the light can hit 7k lumens with any protection. I guess we’ll see Wink

If Sofirn hit the 7000 lumen mark by removing the protection circuit, they need not have bothered for me. If there is not a protection circuit built into the light, I will not use unprotected batteries in a single battery light. I would have to seriously question the sanity of someone who does so with stacked batteries. Even if the light has protections built in on a stacked battery configuration, it can only do so by treating the stacked batteries as if it were 1 large 7.4 volt battery, instead of 2 × 3.7 volt batteries. That is not ideal for a lithium ion battery. As a long time user of lithium ion batteries in vape devices I might have watched too many videos demonstrating a thermal runaway of a lithium ion battery, but I care much more about the safety of these batteries than I do about an added 1500 lumens. I will not even use the cheap re-wrapped batteries that ship with some cheap lights that lie about the mah ratings and current ratings of their batteries. The added cost of high quality protected batteries is a small price to pay for the added peace of mind it provides. Consider this, almost everyone has had alkaline batteries rupture if left in a device that is unused for an extended period. If the same happens with a lithium ion battery, it can result in a fire as opposed to battery acid just ruining the device. I love the added power and run time made possible with lithium ion batteries, but I have a healthy respect for the added danger of using these batteries. Unfortunately, too many businesses print elevated claims on battery wraps, and too many consumers assume that these companies would not be selling unsafe batteries. Battery safety is essential for lithium ion batteries in my opinion. I cringe when I see people using these batteries with torn wraps. These wraps are dirt cheap, and are easily replaced using the wrap and a hair dryer. I urge everyone to watch a youtube video of a lithium ion battery thermal runaway just to be aware of the danger here.

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As a follow up, I received the sp70 with the button top batteries today. They are indeed unprotected cells. Having another identical sp70, I compared the 2 lights on turbo. One had 5500 mah orbtronic protected cells. The other had the supplied unprotected cells. I shined them both on turbo against various surfaces, and could not see any discernible difference between the 2 lights. It makes no sense to me why series connected batteries would ever not be able to supply the needed current while fully charged. It might not be able to do so once the voltage drops below 3.7 volts, so perhaps there might be more lumens in the latter stages of discharge cycle. It certainly makes no sense at all to give up the added safety the protected cell provides, especially in a stacked cell configuration. The big issue with stacked cells on unprotected batteries comes into play when one battery degrades. That in turn can increase the discharge rate on the good battery to exceed the safe discharge rate. The protection circuit would prevent a dangerous over current by disconnecting the battery until it cools. In unprotected lights it might result in the light cutting off a few minutes after running a while on high. It will happen more frequently as the voltage drops in the charge cycle. The light will have increased amperage to maintain the current needed. If unprotected the light can be discharged below the recommended minimum voltage which can ruin the battery or even cause it to vent. In theory, you can use unprotected cells in single cell lights if great care is used to maintain adequate voltage. That can cause the light to dim, and that is a sure sign that it needs re-charging before continuing use. A single cell light can, and many do, build the protection into the light itself, eliminating the need for protected cells. I will use these cells provided in a single cell light with the built in protection. The Orbtronic protected cells will be used in this light. I am not willing to sacrifice the added safety of the protected cells, for the slight, if any, gain in lumens near the end of the discharge cycle. Having been an electro-mechanical engineer at a tire manufacturer has provided me with the training to know better. It is just not worth the risk involved…period.

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@sarge12

Did you charge the newly received cells before testing? In my experience cells typically arrive charged to around 3.6v

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tekwyzrd wrote:
@sarge12

Did you charge the newly received cells before testing? In my experience cells typically arrive charged to around 3.6v

Of course I fully charged both sets of batteries used…always. I have no idea how low the charge in newly received batteries ever are, because as soon as they drop to room temperature they go on the charger…an xtar dragon vp4 plus.

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caramba wrote:
Is the shipping using Sofirn Store on Aliexpres faster than using Sofirnlight.com?

It was for me…ordered a sp70 from Sofirn, and two weeks later ordered from aliexpress, and received the aliexpress order 4 days before the Sofirn order. Banggood however has been fairly close to the same as Sofirn on items not already in the USA.

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just recieved LT1 with batteries and case ordered 5/16 arrived 7/1. Washington State, USA – direct from Sofirn.

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Cheers Beer to Barry at Sofirnlight.com! I ordered the SP70 Kit with HD 26650 batteries and charger and I received exactly as ordered, pictured below. I placed my order June 18 and received perfectly at my door via USPS on July 2. Really excellent turnaround/ delivery time for something coming from overseas. Thank you Barry at Sofirn!

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Here are some examples of tracking information to USA. It takes about 3 days to arrive the logistic compamy after your order, then it takes about a week to arrive in US and hand it over to USPS, you will have your package several days after that.
 
Please know that if you buy non-standard product such as leds, leds soldered on DTP MCPCB, host, or some models with new leds, group buy preorders, it takes longer to get prepared.
 
In most cases, packages arrive in about 2 weeks.
 
Case1
 
SUNNYVALE, CA 94087, Delivered, Parcel Locker -> Your item was delivered to a parcel locker at 12:54 pm on July 3, 2020 in SUNNYVALE, CA 94087.
SUNNYVALE, CA 94087, Out for Delivery
SUNNYVALE, CA 94089, Arrived at Post Office
SUNNYVALE, CA 94089, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
UNION CITY, CA 94587, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item
 
Case 2
YUCAIPA, CA 92399, Delivered, Front Door/Porch -> Your item was delivered at the front door or porch at 9:19 am on July 2, 2020 in YUCAIPA, CA 92399.
YUCAIPA, CA 92399, Out for Delivery
YUCAIPA, CA 92399, Arrived at Post Office
YUCAIPA, CA 92399, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item
 
 
Case 3 
TUCSON, AZ 85746, Delivered, In/At Mailbox -> Your item was delivered in or at the mailbox at 4:54 pm on July 8, 2020 in TUCSON, AZ 85746.
TUCSON, AZ 85757, Out for Delivery
TUCSON, AZ 85757, Arrived at Post Office
TUCSON, AZ 85757, Arrived at USPS Facility
TUCSON AZ DISTRIBUTION CENTER, Departed USPS Regional Facility
TUCSON AZ DISTRIBUTION CENTER, Arrived at USPS Regional Destination Facility
TUCSON, AZ , Forwarded
TUCSON, AZ 85737, Arrived at Post Office
TUCSON, AZ 85757, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
PHOENIX, AZ 85043, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item
 
Case 4
SOUTH HAMILTON, MA 01982, Delivered, In/At Mailbox -> Your item was delivered in or at the mailbox at 1:34 pm on July 7, 2020 in SOUTH HAMILTON, MA 01982.
SOUTH HAMILTON, MA 01982, Out for Delivery
SOUTH HAMILTON, MA 01982, Arrived at Post Office
SOUTH HAMILTON, MA 01982, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
WESTBOROUGH, MA 01581, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item
 
Case 5
Awaiting Delivery Scan -> The delivery status of your item has not been updated as of July 8, 2020, 1:10 am. We apologize that it may arrive later than expected.
SACRAMENTO, CA 95864, Out for Delivery
SACRAMENTO, CA 95825, Arrived at Post Office
SACRAMENTO, CA 95825, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
UNION CITY, CA 94587, Arrived Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Departed Shipping Partner Facility, USPS Awaiting Item
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item
 
Case 6
ARCADIA, CA 91007, Delivered, Front Door/Porch -> Your item was delivered at the front door or porch at 2:17 pm on July 9, 2020 in ARCADIA, CA 91007.
ARCADIA, CA 91007, Out for Delivery
ARCADIA, CA 91006, Arrived at Post Office
ARCADIA, CA 91006, Accepted at USPS Destination Facility
COMPTON, CA 90220, Shipping Label Created, USPS Awaiting Item

 

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