【New Products】XTAR T1 & T1-UV keychain lights

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【New Products】XTAR T1 & T1-UV keychain lights

Two exciting new products get released!

T1 keychain light and T1-UV keychain light





Main features:
*Super mini size of Φ15.8mm*57.6mm(L), weight 18.5g, perfect for everyday carry.
*Using CREE XP-G3 LED, 20000 hours of lifespan, max output 500lm.
*Five levels for white light: Moonlight(2lm), Low(50lm), Mid(150lm), High(300lm), Turbo(500lm).
*T1 has five light colors, white, red, green, blue and UV (395-400nm), with various lighting modes
*T1-UV has UV light (365-370nm) for detecting countfeit note, cat/dog urine, and fluoresce agent
*USB Type-C input with built-in rechargeable Lipo battery, easy to charge.
*Humanized memory function helps switch back to the last mode easily.
*Charging indicator – red in charging & green in fully charged.
*Using AL6063 materials, firm and durable.

How do you think of these keychain lights?

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Looks interesting!

Does it have easy to access lockout?

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There is one button controlling all features, no lockout mode, long press button switch to turn off.
You can view more details on website:
https://www.xtar.cc/product/XTAR-T1-Keychain-Light-163.html
https://www.xtar.cc/product/XTAR-T1-UV-Keychain-Light-162.html

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The UV one it says – ‘Uses one CREE XP-G3 LED and one 365-370nm UV LED
Yet in the photo it appears to have 3x uv led? which is it please? 1or 3? if not 3 what are the other 2?

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Okay, all things aside, that purple ano on the UV is sexy.

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Nice product ruined with the outstandingly poor white emitter choice.

Please forget XP-G3, XP-L2, XM-L3, XHP50.2, XHP70.2 – they are just terrible (ugly RainbowFart™ tint shift in the beam).

There are simply cheaper and better alternatives to that (I keep saying this for many months).

Samsung LH351C, LH351D (90CRI offerings in nearly all available CCT).
Luminus SST-20 (95 CRI white with 2700K to 4000K CCT).

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Yep. First thing I’d do with this is crack open the head and put in an LH351D, most likely in 4000K.

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Hi there, thanks for your reminding! It’s modified on website T1-UV page: Uses one CREE XP-G3 LED and *three *365-370nm UV LEDs

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adam7027 wrote:
Samsung LH351C, LH351D (90CRI offerings in nearly all available CCT). Luminus SST-20 (95 CRI white with 2700K to 4000K CCT).

Yep. A lot of SST20/4000 a greenish. As a lot of LH351D

So, i would prefer “awfull” BBL tint shift in XP-L Hi/4000 then perfect greenish HiCri

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I like it alot, but not @ 32USD Facepalm
and not even a High CRI option, even a greenish SST-20 would be better than a XP-G3 Sick

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If the UV led’s are really 365-370nm (NOT 395-400nm) that would be very nice.
Even with a 5mm 375 nm UV led it is possible to identify the safety markers on EURO banknotes.

A proper 365nm led + ZWB2 filter would be ideal (of course), but 365-370nm led’s ain’t half bad.
And the body color of that thing is quite “stimulating”.

You are a flashaholic if you are forced to come out of the closet, to make room for more flashlights.