Meet Wizard C2 Pro MAX!

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Meet Wizard C2 Pro MAX!
Flagship product in multi flashlight lineup — brightness like never before!

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Impressive features of Wizard C2 Pro Max

Flashlight for those who need not just bright, but astonishing light.

Wizard C2 Pro Max is the newest model of the demanded all over the world multifunctional Armytek Wizard lineup with record light output of 4000 lumens.

The 3 in 1 multi flashlight for outdoor activities, hobbies and work is comparable in power to a projector.

The main advantages of the flashlight are wide beam angles 110°:150° and an even smoother transition between hotspot and side spill.
Combined with extended runtimes thanks to the larger capacity 21700 Li-Ion battery, these features make use on the head as comfortable as possible.
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Multi flashlight 3 in 1

Headlamp
• Simple one-hand operation, reliable headmount.
• The flashlight is easily installed, removed and 180° rotatable in the mount.
• Quick-release rubber ring provides additional fixation.

Every Day Carry
• Compact design.
• Convenient side button.
• Strong built-in tail magnet and
robust removable steel clip.
• Special matt anti-abrasive finish without rough knurling.

Bicycle light
• Body made from durable and lightweight aircraft-grade aluminium.
• Improved shock resistance.
• Constant light without flickering.
• New springs for better battery and driver protection.
• Quick-release mount in the set.
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Advantages of the new generation flashlight​

• Maximum LED efficiency: wide new generation LED ensures better light efficiency with impressive output of 4000 lumens;

• New optical system and TIR-lense:
transmits more lumens, provides comfortable wide beam with 150° spill;

• New magnetic charger: 21700 Li-Ion 5000 mAh battery is charged in the shortest time possible (5 h 20 min);

• Extended set: 21700 Li-Ion 5000 mAh battery, battery adapter for use of any 18650 batteries, magnetic USB charger and ABM-01 bike mount.

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Bright light for bright results

Set records with Wizard C2 Pro Max. Place an order today and be the first to receive the new product!

Special for BLF users: Use the special promo code BLF20 to get 20% off!

BUY NOW

Thank you for choosing Armytek!​

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When will the warm option be available?

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Okay, shoot. Now I want a high-CRI version of this too. If I didn’t already have 2 18650 wizards I’d probably get one of these too. I wonder what the run time ends up on the lower modes.

Any thoughts on a Nichia 144AR version?

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The lighter 18650 Wiz is better suited to running and shines long enough [for me].

I wonder why you haven’t started innovating your lights with the Prime.

Smile, you cannot kill them all.

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It looks like they started updating the Prime series but I’m not sure why they went with the floody optic (like the wizards) for it.
The old Prime C2 pro with the XHP50 was great if you switched the stock optic for a better one like the Yajiamei 5deg. I dropped one of those in mine and it really made a difference.

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Wrong category. Should be posted here: https://budgetlightforum.com/forum/marketplace/commercial

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Yep, and there's a link in my signature on how to move a thread.

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Melez wrote:
It looks like they started updating the Prime series but I’m not sure why they went with the floody optic (like the wizards) for it. The old Prime C2 pro with the XHP50 was great if you switched the stock optic for a better one like the Yajiamei 5deg. I dropped one of those in mine and it really made a difference.

Are you sure the Yajiamei 5deg works great? The 5deg optic doesn’t work with that light at all. The Yajiamei 10deg worked beautifully though.

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Melez wrote:
It looks like they started updating the Prime series but I’m not sure why they went with the floody optic (like the wizards) for it.
The old Prime C2 pro with the XHP50 was great if you switched the stock optic for a better one like the Yajiamei 5deg. I dropped one of those in mine and it really made a difference.

Ah, I forgot! Unfortunately the switch is no longer recessed. And with more flood, it cannot replace my C1 non-pro. Good. Saves money.

Smile, you cannot kill them all.

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Hello!

Wizard C2 Pro Max with a warm light is already available!

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Hello!

It is too early to talk about a Wizard C2 Pro Max with a high-CRI.

Unlikely that the project will begin to be discussed in the near future, we’ll see.

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Thank you for your feedback.

There is no cause for concern. We have planned an update our Partners! New Partner will be close to the Prime form and have a longer-range beam.

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It might be good to host your own images.

Looks like it was attempted to use an attachment at taschenlampen-forum.de to host this image:

and this one

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It would help a lot if you offered some discount to BLF members, like 20%.

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I’m trying to buy a Wizard C2 pro Nichia in Canada but can’t seem to find one, I’ve tried PM’ing you but it tells me the username isn’t correct for some reason. The .ca doesn’t have them in stock and the .com won’t ship to Canada, any chance you could help me get a hold of one?

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D4v30 wrote:
I’m trying to buy a Wizard C2 pro Nichia in Canada but can’t seem to find one,

I’m pretty sure they ship to Canada:
https://www.andrew-amanda.com/catalog-product-C2PRONICHIA/

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hi

 

what is LED used in this model?

 

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Hi!

Cree XHP70.2

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not bad, not bad...hope it is the same well stabilized as C2 pro (i`m currently editing video review of this model - and it performed surpsingly good). 

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ROYCE wrote:
D4v30 wrote:
I’m trying to buy a Wizard C2 pro Nichia in Canada but can’t seem to find one,

I’m pretty sure they ship to Canada:
https://www.andrew-amanda.com/catalog-product-C2PRONICHIA/

Hi Royce,

Thank you very much for the link, the shipping fees there are pretty brutal though. I was hoping the person from ArmyTek on here would get in touch but I guess not.

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D4v30 wrote:
ROYCE wrote:
D4v30 wrote:
I’m trying to buy a Wizard C2 pro Nichia in Canada but can’t seem to find one,

I’m pretty sure they ship to Canada:
https://www.andrew-amanda.com/catalog-product-C2PRONICHIA/

Hi Royce,

Thank you very much for the link, the shipping fees there are pretty brutal though. I was hoping the person from ArmyTek on here would get in touch but I guess not.

Easy fix: don’t live in canada

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puglife2 wrote:
D4v30 wrote:
ROYCE wrote:
D4v30 wrote:
I’m trying to buy a Wizard C2 pro Nichia in Canada but can’t seem to find one,

I’m pretty sure they ship to Canada:
https://www.andrew-amanda.com/catalog-product-C2PRONICHIA/

Hi Royce,

Thank you very much for the link, the shipping fees there are pretty brutal though. I was hoping the person from ArmyTek on here would get in touch but I guess not.

Easy fix: don’t live in canada

There’s no where else I’d rather be.

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There’s no where else I’d rather be.

Have you tried Mongolia before saying that?

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puglife2 wrote:
D4v30 wrote:

There’s no where else I’d rather be.

Have you tried Mongolia before saying that?

Well that would be my next choice. I do really like Wolf Totem by The HU.

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Hello! Sorry for the delayed answer.

Please notet that we have never experienced any problems with shipping to Canada via com.

In addition, if the requested flashlight is not available please write to shop@armytek.com(link sends e-mail)

Our manager will help you and you will receive a flashlight you need.

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Lumeniac wrote:

not bad, not bad…hope it is the same well stabilized as C2 pro (i`m currently editing video review of this model – and it performed surpsingly good). 

Thank you!

Please be informed that stabilization in Wizard C2 Pro Max is similar to Wizard C2 Pro.

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zoulas wrote:
It would help a lot if you offered some discount to BLF members, like 20%.

Hi,

Sure! Please use the special promo BLF20 for 20% off ALL Armytek flashlights and accessories!

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