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Hi BLFers,

we have release this new flashlight, wurkkos DL30.
Features:
3600 Lm Output
Magnetic senser ring control
High CRI
IPX8, 100m underwater.
We are looking for product feedbacks, if you have interest to test this product, pls PM me. Thanks.

Edited by: Wurkkos Terry on 04/08/2021 - 22:57
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Hello Wurkkos Terry,
I tried to pm you but it would not let me
I am interested in testing out the new diving flashlight DL30. I would love to check the light out and see what it is capable of and give feedback on it.
Let me know, I would be glad to help

Regards,
Aaron

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Going on a diving trip soon if you happen to need any help reviewing this or your DL10R.

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Emailed you about testing.  I'm interested in finding flashlights that work with seniors who have dexterity issues.  Diving lights seem to be the best for them because of the rotating controls and high output.

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Holy Cats! 3600lm in a single-cell light?

I won’t be diving anywhere soon (I watch Mr Ballen videos), but I have a tall utility sink I can fill to the brim and let it soak while lit! LOL

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Lightbringer wrote:
Holy Cats! 3600lm in a single-cell light?

…and run 1h28min on 3600lm!!!

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Nah, that’s gotta be after some serious stepdown.

If thermal instead of timed, it might let the light go full-tilt underwater, especially in colder water.

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Wurkkos Terry, is the policy still buying the flashlight and getting 100% refund after the review goes public on Amazon, or has it changed?

In case it has changed, if you want, I can review 1 sample!

I have a great place right by my parent’s house to test it:

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Yeah only if temperature controlled then this model might have a chance being good.

Timed stepdown is useless under water...

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Diving lights can be very useful in situations that require simple use, extra solidity and the ability to withstand extreme conditions. Those situations are not limited to diving but also can occur when climbing, caving, or travelling in an arctic or tropical environment.

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

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Hello my men, what’s happend?
Hope this post published a year ago does not hurt you Facepalm .
Thanks for all support.
I will change the editing content later and reply to each interested comment.
One promise by one man

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a common trick spec

you put it in ‘turbo’

it does turbo for 1-2 minutes

then it gets too hot and lowers the light and current

NOW it goes for 2 hours or whatever – just doesn;t go back to turbo

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Wurkkos Terry wrote:
Hello my men, what’s happend? Hope this post published a year ago does not hurt you Facepalm . Thanks for all support. I will change the editing content later and reply to each interested comment. One promise by one man

Sorry Wurkkos Terry, I didn’t notice the post was old! Facepalm
It “came back to life” recently and I replied with that question, because I was thinking you were searching for testers.
It didn’t hurt me, of course not, and I hope I wasn’t rude with my question. I was just trying to clarify the situation.

Seein that is an old thread, and that my message is not adequate, just let it go Thumbs Up