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FREEME ✌ ASTROLUX® BL02 2*XP-G3 1200lm Bicycle Headlight Group Buy - ALIVE - 107pcs SOLD

 

ASTROLUX® BL02

 

2*XP-G3 1200lm Bicycle Headlight

 

For reference, this is my order timeline for our Group Buy

Note: speed of delivery varies from country to country.

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Group Buy Price: $22.99 (usual $32.95)

Freeme's Coupon:  please reply below

 

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Group Buy Price: $24.99 (usual $35.95)

Freeme's Coupon: BGABL02

 

Proceed to Store

 

 

 

 

 

Specification:

Brand

ASTROLUX

Model BL02

Lamp beads

2*XPG-3

Mode

5 modes (High-medium-low-turbo-SOS)

Battery capacity

5000mAh

Lumen

1200lm

Maximum irradiation distance

300m

Charging

USB input and output

Waterproof

IP65 waterproof

Size

107*39*32mm 

 

Pending for correction.

Light Adjustment Parameters:

 

 

Low

Medium

High

Turbo

SOS

Short Range Beam

Output

125 Lumens

250 Lumens

500  Lumens

500 Lumens

500 Lumens

 

Runtime

14H

7H

3.5H

20H

20H

Long Range Beam

Output

175 Lumens

350 Lumens

700 Lumens

700 Lumens

700 Lumens

 

Runtime

16H

7H

3.5H

20H

20H

Dual Range Beam

Output

500 Lumens

700 Lumens

1200 Lumens

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Runtime

6H

4H

2H

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A Gentle Reminder:

*Press any button twice to turn on dual range beam.

*Dual range beam only has three brightness levels.

 

Features:

Dual XPG-3 ultra bright LED, powerful output for all terrain riding.

Dual distance beam, similar to automobile headlights, allow for both near and far illumination.

5 brightness levels, freely adjust to cope with different occasions.

Built-in 5000mAh li-ion battery, type-C input port, USB output,charge your USB devices on the go.

IP65 waterproof, 1.5m impact resistance.

 

Package included:

1 x ASTROLUX Bike Headlight

1 x USB-C Cable

2 x Brackets

 

 

 

 

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The non removable battery is a big minus.

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zoulas wrote:

The non removable battery is a big minus.

Yep, that's usually the case with non-removable batteries.

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By the way, what are the physical dimensions of the battery in this light?

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Double zero (deal breakers for me):
- Built-in battery (unless it is the new Samsung 21700 48X, which has 3000 cycles and still above 70% remaining capacity)
- Rubbish emitter choice (Cree XP-G3, really??) – Samsung LH351C should be considered: it is less floody than LH351D, still capable of over 10W power – and it is available in 90CRI with both “warm” and “cool” CCTs.

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All my bicycle lights are running with built-in batteries, except my main ASTROLUX EC01 flashlight. They are running fine and able to last for 4 hrs continuous usage.

The only downside for these cheap LED lights is that they are not good in heavy rain. 

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The non removable battery is a big minus.

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Let me know if you are interested in doing a BL02 review for us. cool

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I’ll go 1, plz. Jr has been riding my bike to training in the dark using SP40 headlamp but this might be better

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Interested for sure. Thank you.

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I get this “This coupon cannot be used on already discounted presale products.” Also I don’t think I want to pay 5$ for shipping. Angry

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Interested.
But I need to know if I have to cycle through the obnoxious blinky modes to get back to high. Does the light have memory, or can I just turn it off and back on to go straight to high?

Edit- just saw on Facebook that the light has no memory, so I should be able to turn it off and back on to go to high. Kind of a pain, but better then having to put up with the obnoxious blinky modes.

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  • Long press (2-3s) to turn off at any mode.
  • No memory mode
  • High > Medium> Low> Flashing (slow) >SOS

Test results in https://1thedeals.com/product/astrolux-bl02-2xp-g3-1200lm-bicycle-headli...

 

TexasToasted wrote:
Interested. But I need to know if I have to cycle through the obnoxious blinky modes to get back to high. Does the light have memory, or can I just turn it off and back on to go straight to high? Edit- just saw on Facebook that the light has no memory, so I should be able to turn it off and back on to go to high. Kind of a pain, but better then having to put up with the obnoxious blinky modes.

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Freeme, thanks for the code. Bangood is getting kinda pricey on the shipping, adding nearly 30% to the final cost.

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30%, why? I only aware that EU residents have to pay higher VAT this year. 

 

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Freeme, thanks for the code. Bangood is getting kinda pricey on the shipping, adding nearly 30% to the final cost.

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TexasToasted wrote:
Interested.
But I need to know if I have to cycle through the obnoxious blinky modes to get back to high. Does the light have memory, or can I just turn it off and back on to go straight to high?

Edit- just saw on Facebook that the light has no memory, so I should be able to turn it off and back on to go to high. Kind of a pain, but better then having to put up with the obnoxious blinky modes.

I have the light now and I can confirm you can avoid the blinky and off modes. Essentially a double click puts you into high mode with both leds, single click cycles med/low/off, however you can avoid off by double clicking to get back into high. There are no blinky modes with both leds in use.

If you only want to use a single led it’s trickier as you have to cycle all modes, although you can switch from high to low beam (or vice versa) which puts you back into high again, avoiding off and blinky modes. The thing is, you’ll likely be using the lights with both leds running at all times. Both high and low beam have a good anti-glare horizontal cut off, so using a single led seems kind of irrelevant for any purpose.

Edit: after further use, doubleclicking to get back to high mode is a bit problematic. It’s not always easy to doubleclick fast enough while riding and the light momentarily flicks off if you manage to pull it off, which is less than ideal while riding. At this price point the light is still a steal, well made, etc, but UI is disappointing.

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Loong press (3s) to OFF at any mode.

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If you only want to use a single led it's trickier as you have to cycle all modes, although you can switch from high to low beam (or vice versa) which puts you back into high again, avoiding off and blinky modes.

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30%, why? I only aware that EU residents have to pay higher VAT this year. 


 


TexasToasted wrote:
Freeme, thanks for the code. Bangood is getting kinda pricey on the shipping, adding nearly 30% to the final cost.

$22 for the light, and over $6 for shipping to Texas.

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Maybe they configured it wrongly. I will get them to check for me tomorrow. 

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freeme wrote:

30%, why? I only aware that EU residents have to pay higher VAT this year. 

 

TexasToasted wrote:
Freeme, thanks for the code. Bangood is getting kinda pricey on the shipping, adding nearly 30% to the final cost.

$22 for the light, and over $6 for shipping to Texas.

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I’d love to get one, please add me.

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freeme wrote:

Maybe they configured it wrongly. I will get them to check for me tomorrow. 


TexasToasted wrote:
freeme wrote:

30%, why? I only aware that EU residents have to pay higher VAT this year. 


 


TexasToasted wrote:
Freeme, thanks for the code. Bangood is getting kinda pricey on the shipping, adding nearly 30% to the final cost.

$22 for the light, and over $6 for shipping to Texas.

Just tried again. Shipping has dropped by about $2. I guess I’m getting too used to Amazon free shipping Big Smile
Order placed. Should be fun to compare this to my Lumintop B01.
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Code please thank you !

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