✌ FREEME - Haikelite HK90 3*Luminus SBT90.2 High Lumens 3*21700 Flashlight - ALIVE

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✌ FREEME - Haikelite HK90 3*Luminus SBT90.2 High Lumens 3*21700 Flashlight - ALIVE

 

 

 

Specifications:

Brightness: 18000lm
Throw distance: 2000m
Material: 6063 aluminium alloy barrel with HAIII, stainless steel bezel, ultra-low internal resistance copper alloy silver-plated spring.
Lens: tempered glass lens, anti-reflection purple coating
Color: black/desert fence yellow/ aluminium natural color (optional)
Battery: Three 21700 power batteries (pointed, half-pointed)
Charging: Type-C charging port, 5V/3A fast charging
(when charging-the switch lights up red; charging is complete-the switch lights up
Light blue)
Charging time: approximately 5hrs for three pieces of 4000mAh 21700
Emitter: 3x Luminus-SBT-90
Color temperature: official 5700K (true white)
Light intensity: 75Kcd
Waterproof rating: IPX7
Product size: 200mm (total length) x 100mm (head Part) x 60mm (tail part) x 53mm(barrel)
Product weight: bare barrel 1119g
Packaging weight 1685g
Packing list:
  • HK90 flashlight*1
  • Waterproof O-ring*2
  • Product manual*1
  • Braided hand rope*1
  • Carrying strap*1
  • Gimbal screw*1
  • Type-C USB adapter cable*1







 

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Interested. Wouldn’t 4 × 21700 make more sense? Hopefully it doesn’t have the fake FET.

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Th558 wrote:
Interested. Wouldn't 4 X 21700 make more sense? Hopefully it doesn't have the fake FET.

Can you elaborate? 

What FET are you referring to? And how can an FET be fake?

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Very interested!

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Probably, he was referring to the weak (?) Vishay SIR800 MOSFET that was used in some batches of HaikeLite's MT09R? This FET was reported to burn up in some samples of the MT09R when someone bypassed the springs. However, I bought exactly this MT09R and pentested it with Sony VTC6 and bypassed springs - and nothing went kaputt. Lexel has recommended using the Infineon OptiMOS 5 FET instead, if I recall correctly. Anyway, I would not be too worried at this early stage of this new flashlight.

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Woah Haikelite is back in business.

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Woah Haikelite is back in business.

lets hope their quality has improved.

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mortuus wrote:
MoreLumens wrote:
Woah Haikelite is back in business.

lets hope their quality has improved.

Yeah. I almost got that MT03 TA devourer, but didnt because it aint just so good as it could be and read a lot of that keep away those “bakelights”, but maybe they learned their lesson.

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In!

' Lumen est omen '

Hope is no option!

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Please note that price could be over $200 even with group buy. SBT90.2 LED cost about $40/pc, so do your math. 

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What is this? If it is what I think it is, it seems like a big mistake. It looks like an appendage at the base, bye bye tail stand. I imagine that this appendix is ​​to attach a hand strap. OMG, they couldn’t pick a worse place to put it.

I hope it is a rear like the one on the MT01, and allows tail stand.

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freeme wrote:

Please note that price could be over $200 even with group buy. SBT90.2 LED cost $60+/pc, so do your math. 


Price seems acceptable as I hate too bulky lights but still need to evaluate the specs!
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Maybe we could influence them to drop the idea of having that attachment point if we have more people on board? Or at least provide an alternative tailcap selection of something? 

Miguel_79 wrote:
!https://i.imgur.com/BrWzy4F.jpg! What is this? If it is what I think it is, it seems like a big mistake. It looks like an appendage at the base, bye bye tail stand. I imagine that this appendix is to attach a hand strap. OMG, they couldn't pick a worse place to put it. I hope it is a rear like the one on the MT01, and allows tail stand.
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Interested. 3×21700 is ok, same as a 4× 186500. 4× 21700 is too thick.

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And I think it should have more gimping, like the Emisar D18 on the handle, and the head needs to have deeper/more cooling fins to cool this beast.

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Interested depending on the specs and price. Curious as to what the lumens and throw will be an that monster.

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Really interested, but depending on the upcoming details.

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SBT-90.2 should be no more than $35 each when purchased in bulk.

Hank has a very good bin, and he is selling SBT-90.2 on a Noctigon MCPCB for $39.95 each when you buy 10 or more.
https://intl-outdoor.com/led/luminus-sbt90-2-led-on-noctigon-mcpcb.html

Neal is selling SBT-90.2 for $35.
https://www.nealsgadgets.com/products/luminus-sbt902-led

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Interested.

This would seem to be this year’s ‘club’ for beating up others with lumens…

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