【ツ】WildTrail WT1M & WT3M Sales Thread

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【ツ】WildTrail WT1M & WT3M Sales Thread

On behalf of WildTrail I like to announce two new flashlight models, WT1M and WT3M.

A short disclaimer: The driver is custom-made by Lexel, the flashlight developed by WildTrail. I assisted with the development in an advisory capacity and wrote the manuals. Tom E kindly reviewed two samples and measured lumens and candelas. Big thanks to Tom for his great support.

Specifications WT1M WT3M
Driver 3-channel FET+5+1 driver, Atmel ATtiny85 MCU, USB-C charging, reverse polarity protection, low parasitic drain (< 120 μA), Lexel custom design
Charging parameters USB-C, max. 5V 2A (works with type A to type C cables)
Emitter

1x Luminus SST40 5000K 70CRI (DC chromaticity bin) or

1x Cree XHP50.2 3V 6000K 70CRI (1D chromaticity bin)

3x Luminus SST40 5000K 70CRI (DC chromaticity bin) or

3x Cree XHP50.2 3V 6000K 70CRI (1D chromaticity bin)

Reflector Single SMO reflector Triple OP reflector
Lens Glass with doubleside anti-reflective coating
Body Hard black anodized or clear oxidized aluminum alloy
Button Tactile electronic side switch with back-lit boot
Ingress Rating Equivalent to IPX-8, do not immerse in liquids
Impact Resistance 2 meters
Weight 163 grams without battery 128 grams without battery
Dimensions Length: 125.6mm / head diameter : 44.7mm / tube diameter: 28.5mm / tailcap diameter: 29.7mm Length: 103.5mm / head diameter: 39.6mm / tube diameter: 28.5mm / Tailcap diameter: 29.2mm
Luminous Flux (confirmed by Tom E)

SST40: up to 2200 lm

XHP50.2: up to 3500 lm

SST40: up to 5500 lm

XHP50.2: up to 6800 lm

Intensity (confirmed by Tom E)

SST40: up to 93000 cd (ANSI throw up to 610 m)

XHP50.2: up to 40000 cd (ANSI throw up to 400 m)

SST40: up to 44.000 cd (ANSI throw up to 430 m)

XHP50.2: up to 22.500 cd (ANSI throw up to 300 m)

Firmware Open source software called Andúril, distributed under the terms of the GPL v3. The source code is available from http://tiny.cc/TKAnduril, Firmware revision: 2019-12-03
Battery 1x 21700 rechargeable lithium-ion battery, Battery length must be within 70mm and 72.5mm, diameter below 21.6mm. Protected cells or batteries like Molicel P42A or LG M50 with 21.7mm diameter may not fit. Battery is not included.
User Manual Download >>> Click here <<< >>> Click here <<<
Additional Notes Flashlight comes factory-calibrated for optimum performance

 

Prices and order links

There is no groupbuy coupon code here. All prices are public and available to everyone. Please note that below mentioned prices are calculated without VAT. AliExpress will usually add VAT to your shipping location, so you might be seeing different prices depending on your country.

 

WT1M (black / clear version)

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005003204766035.html

SST40: as of $ 29.00 incl. shipping (shipping is stated separately)

XHP50.2: as of $ 33.00 incl. shipping (shipping is stated separately)

 

WT3M (black / clear version)

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005003203699107.html

SST40: as of $ 37.00 incl. shipping (shipping is stated separately)

XHP50.2: as of $ 43.00 incl. shipping (shipping is stated separately)

 

Customers who purchased WT90 from WildTrail‘s Aliexpress shop or Banggood may apply for additional 5% off. Please use discount code WT13MM with you order.

Edited by: Lux-Perpetua on 09/05/2021 - 12:22
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Additional pictures courtesy by Tom E:

 

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Will we…“lose our heads” with these new models? Big Smile Evil

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I’m gunna need a high-drain wallet.

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MascaratumB wrote:
Will we..."lose our heads" with these new models? Big Smile })

Haha, that’s a good question. LOL

Let me put it this way: If you bought the „long sword“ from TA‘s groupbuy, you might be gettin’ interested in some smaller „daggers“ for close range interactions, too. Silly

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C’mon!

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Update: I have just revealed the latest news from WildTrail, see updated OP. Wink

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Wow, Thanks, very interesting Flashlights ! I m in …

what do the Amis say: shut up and take my money Wink

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Wow, that’s an awesome looking light, beggin for SFT40 emitters (hopefully they will come in NW sone day)
Looks like my WT90 needs a little brother

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WildTrail is already working on a separate SFT40 model (for long distance beam). I would also love to seeing SFT40 in WT1M and WT3M but for now it is not part of their plan.

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Update 2021/09/05

Returning customers who purchased WT90 from WildTrail‘s Aliexpress shop may apply for additional $ 3.00 off for WT1M and WT3M. Please order but do not pay. Leave a message to the seller like „I purchased WT90“ and wait for price adjustment.

Customers who purchased WT90 from WildTrail‘s Aliexpress shop or Banggood may apply for additional 5% off. Please use discount code WT13MM with you order. WildTrail also kindly sent their customers a message to inform about the extra discount.

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Good news, thx LP. I want a triple 50 to compare against EC03

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Sillen wrote:
Good news, thx LP. I want a triple 50 to compare against EC03

I have the triple SST-40 5000K WT3M prototype, but the WT3M is smaller in both head width and length, lighter (128g vs. 181g). It's pretty close in size to a D4SV2 actually, but thinner tube and 11g lighter (D4SV2 w/SS bezel). They kept the light weight in mind in these designs, like they did with the WT90.

The prototype is very close to the production release. I should be able to post better pics of the WT3M next to a EC03.

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WT1M:

WT3M:

And the WT90 (can't leave this little guy out):

Family together - easy to see they have many common design traits:

WT1M left, WT3M right. The EC03 is similar in capabilities, being a triple XM-size LED reflector, single 21700 light:

 

 

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Thanks for the informative post Lux!

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Thank you so much for the great pictures, Tom E.  Thumbs Up Beer
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[quote=Lux-Perpetua]

WildTrail is already working on a separate SFT40 model (for long distance beam). [quote]

this, is awesome! 

and the xhp50 ec03 is still one Of my favorite lights, so oooks like I need to try this WT lihjt too!

 

looks like I'll be opening up the wallet for old WT coming up lol

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After much umming and ahing, WT1M SST40 and WT3M XHP50

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Grabbed a sst40 single led version in silver. Thanks guys! 

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These look fantastic. I’d like to buy both. Anyone know if they take paypal?

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RobertB wrote:
These look fantastic. I'd like to buy both. Anyone know if they take paypal?

They do for me, just tried it - PayPal comes up as a payment method and was allowed to select it.

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PayPal worked first me as well 

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Cannot find these two new WT flashlights on Banggood.

WT shop on Ali Express is charging some shipping fee (about 10-12%) for delivery to Singapore from China. Normally it is free. Facepalm

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Tom E wrote:

RobertB wrote:
These look fantastic. I’d like to buy both. Anyone know if they take paypal?

They do for me, just tried it – PayPal comes up as a payment method and was allowed to select it.

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Why does the WT3M have less ANSI than the WT1M? Why is the WT3M shorter than the WT1M?

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supreme wrote:
Why does the WT3M have less ANSI than the WT1M? Why is the WT3M shorter than the WT1M?

ANSI throw I assume? Single reflector will out throw a triple reflector of the same width, but the WT1M has a bigger head to maximize throw, while the WT3M is more for flood, so size isn't as important. The WT3M even has an OP reflector to soften the hot spot and make a more uniform beam, and with the 3 reflectors it doesn't need depth so overall, the WT3M has a smaller head.

I just ordered a WT1M w/XHP50.2, silver of course... cool

 

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Never mind, after looking at the pictures again it seems the battery tube is approximately the same. The head of the flashlight is where the extra length comes from. For some reason, I was thinking one had a longer battery tube and was confused since both use a 21700

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TermsakC wrote:
Cannot find these two new WT flashlights on Banggood.

WT shop on Ali Express is charging some shipping fee (about 10-12%) for delivery to Singapore from China. Normally it is free. Facepalm

Lucky you. They want $50.61 to ship to Philippines. Hope BG will sell these at a reasonable price.

I feel sorry for people who don't have a hobby or interest to escape to.

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Too bad the 50.3 won’t be 3V in hiCRI.. I like the 3M, but the days of low cri flooders are over for me. Wish I could support WT with my $ but not this time. Fingers crossed they knock the SFT40 model out of the park. Maybe something in the 50-55mm class to fill in the dead zone between C8s and 60mm lights. 250kcd and 2200lm in the smallest package possible might be a hot item.

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JaredM wrote:
Too bad the 50.3 won't be 3V in hiCRI.. I like the 3M, but the days of low cri flooders are over for me. Wish I could support WT with my $ but not this time. Fingers crossed they knock the SFT40 model out of the park. Maybe something in the 50-55mm class to fill in the dead zone between C8s and 60mm lights. 250kcd and 2200lm in the smallest package possible might be a hot item.

 

agreed about the sft40 model in that size. I have a sft40 in a Emisar d1s with a 50mm head and it is a perfect setup, also the gt mini would be like that too. A 21700 gt mini sized light would be AWESOME

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JaredM wrote:
Too bad the 50.3 won't be 3V in hiCRI.. I like the 3M, but the days of low cri flooders are over for me. Wish I could support WT with my $ but not this time. Fingers crossed they knock the SFT40 model out of the park. Maybe something in the 50-55mm class to fill in the dead zone between C8s and 60mm lights. 250kcd and 2200lm in the smallest package possible might be a hot item.

Yea, it's not that kind of flooder for sure, more like a power flooder but with a nice hotspot, big, but not as big as you get with the tir optics. I should take some wall and beam shots. It's really a decent looking smooth beam with the OP reflectors.

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