FREEME ✌ LUMINTOP THOR I LEP 400lm 18350 1200m(verified) Flashlight Group Buy >>> New Price

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I’m more concerned with Specs especially since it’s a smaller body. I’m not sure we have mastered it yet, but glad to see people working on making LEP better. Definitely a specialty flashlight that will super interesting to watch as technology advances.

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Definitely interested

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Interested

Going to be very dependent on price.

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djozz wrote:
It is so ugly Facepalm , will keep waiting for that simple minimal sized tube-style LEP flashlight.

Vinh sold a relatively small almost tube-shaped LEP light.

I think his current production run is finished though.

I recall he was also developing an 18350 tube for it.

Other than that, the Weltool W3 is also fairly small for a LEP.

This new Lumintop LEP looks intriguing, but I agree that the design clearly isn’t optimized for practicality. It has lots of extra protrusions and mass that simply isn’t needed.

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Interested, depending on price.

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I was browsing skylumens website and came across the Jetbeam E1…Are Lumintop and Jetbeam owned by the same company cause that looks almost identical!

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I personally have found these quite useless as I have white lasers that reach the moon. Lep is great in massive thrower bodys though.

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I had the same thoughts initially until i owned THOR II. Believe it or not, I have been using LEP way way more time than my >10Klm class flashlights. LEP really fill in the gaps of what traditional flashlights are lacking in.

More LEP flashlights will be rolling out for the second half of the year, so everyone please stay tuned. cool

HKSJOSHUA_ wrote:
I personally have found these quite useless as I have white lasers that reach the moon. Lep is great in massive thrower bodys though.

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If one of those is really EDC-sized, I’m in!

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freeme wrote:

I had the same thoughts initially until i owned THOR II. Believe it or not, I have been using LEP way way more time than my >10Klm class flashlights. LEP really fill in the gaps of what traditional flashlights are lacking in.


More LEP flashlights will be rolling out for the second half of the year, so everyone please stay tuned. cool


HKSJOSHUA_ wrote:
I personally have found these quite useless as I have white lasers that reach the moon. Lep is great in massive thrower bodys though.

LEPs are amazing! I used to EDC my Acebeam L16 (not ideal for pocket carry but I’m just me..so). Now I can get something the same size with 3x the throw. I don’t think people really understand how insane that is! I’d say LEPs are actually more useful then what people give them credit for. On videos the spot can look super small, but in real life at 200-500m they’re actually useable IMO. Just over 3 years ago you needed the enormous BLF GT to get 2km+ of throw. Now you can have that in the palm of your hand for almost the same price. I’m surprised that there’s not more interest in these things.
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Now it looks even better. Not sure about pocket clip which is kinda mandatory for EDC at least for me, but yeah not sure how that would fit in that styling. Middle part knurling sure looks good, liking that scaly-look.

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Interesting. Depending on the price I might get one, though I’m not sold on the small size for a flashlight like this.

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sidpost wrote:
Interesting. Depending on the price I might get one, though I’m not sold on the small size for a flashlight like this.

Well there’s the bigger THOR II if this is too small for you. The whole point of this light is to be tiny yet still have amazing throw. Some people just like short/small lights and 1.2km is unheard of for this size. For my main EDC I don’t really care about length but rather head width, but I guess some people do.
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Interested depending on price in the stainless

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Neal showed me his prototype but he went offline soon after. yell

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freeme wrote:

Neal showed me his prototype but he went offline soon after. yell


Damn that looks very EDC pocket worthy, INTERESTED !

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Specifications (Preliminary):

  • Emitter: LEP
  • Optic: harden glass optical lens
  • Flux: 385lm
  • Throw distance: 1170m
  • Intensity: 3,420,000Cd (30m)
  • User interfaces:
    • High (380lm)> Med (150lm)> Low (30lm) with memory
    • RGB AUX at tailcap when OFF
  • Runtime: 5m \_ 40m / 58m / 2h20m / 60d standby (computed based on 900mAh 18350)  
  • Battery: 18350
  • Driver: Designed by Lumintop.
    • Parasitic drain with RGB ON is about 0.5mA
    • LVP: 2.8V, warning at 3.2V (triple flash)
    • Stepdown when temperature exceed 55°C
  • Body: aluminum with hard-coat anodizing
  • Switch: clicky tail switch
  • Ingress rating: Equivalent to IPX8
  • Weight: approximately 102 g without cells
  • Size: 32 mm Ø head x 25.5mm body X  96 mm length 

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freeme wrote:

Specifications (Preliminary):



  • Emitter: LEP

  • Optic: harden glass optical lens

  • Flux: 385lm

  • Throw distance: 1170m

  • Intensity: 3,420,000Cd (30m)

  • User interfaces:



    • High (380lm)> Med (150lm)> Low (30lm) with memory

    • RGB AUX at tailcap when OFF



  • Runtime: 5m \_ 40m / 58m / 2h20m / 60d standby (computed based on 900mAh 18350)  

  • Battery: 18350

  • Driver: Designed by Lumintop.

    • Parasitic drain with RGB ON is about 0.5mA

    • LVP: 2.8V, warning at 3.2V (triple flash)

    • Stepdown when temperature exceed 55°C



  • Body: aluminum with hard-coat anodizing

  • Switch: clicky tail switch

  • Ingress rating: Equivalent to IPX8

  • Weight: approximately 102 g without cells

  • Size: 32 mm Ø head x 25.5mm body X  96 mm length 


3.4Mcd in a package this small?!!! Definitely in! Haha.

1170m equals 342kcd, so guessing someone just got excited with the zeros. That’s still damn impressive in a light that small though, so hope the numbers are accurate

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Sounds interesting, would love to hear more about the price.

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Will update me list in an hour. If you wish to jump in, make it quick!

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Any chance of a pocket clip?

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100% interested! 

i unfortunately slept on the aluminum Thor Ii, and the Ti is out of my budget.

 

But all that aside! This size! True winner to me!

 

and I actually really like the styling! 

 Nice work Lumintop!

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freeme wrote:

Will update me list in an hour. If you wish to jump in, make it quick!

 

im intersted!

Hope I didn't miss it? I just saw this now!

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No credit taken away from Simon at Convoy, but this HAS TO BE the most INTERESTING light so far in 2021. Very excited!

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