NEW!!!! T30R Laser Flashlight

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NEW!!!! T30R Laser Flashlight

T30R is a white laser tactical flashlight with excellent performance.
It has a longest beam range of 1100 meters and a full-focus beam of white laser, which is suitable for precision tactics.
The super concentrated light of the white laser is treated with triple-coated lenses to eliminate the harmfulness of the monochromatic Laser,

Equipped with an additional Trustfire thium-ion battery with protection circuit board on negative part to achieve long run time, Tail tactical switch, easy to operate, With power indicator function, you can know the remaining power every time you turn on,

In addition, with the highest brightness of 460 lumens, IP68 protection level, USB Type-C charging technology, it can match most gun mount on the market, and the double spring design with powerful shock absorbers

T30R is the best choice for tactical partners.

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Price?
And what are the modes?

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Ditto.

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Ala Manker, these LEP prices are “Disgusting” Facepalm

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…or a Lumintop LEP that reaches out much farther and costs much less (with BLF code). Hmmm, Lumintop or a Trustywarmfire.

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Strobe? Seriously? On a LEP? Facepalm

I’m out.

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Lightbringer wrote:
Strobe? Seriously? On a LEP? Facepalm

I’m out.


You don’t need to activate it! Wink
Main cycle seems to be 3 levels; strobe is hidden.

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Still, it’d just bug me. About as silly as strobe in a 100lm AAA light…

“Oh, wait, Mr Killer. Let me hold this switch a few seconds to activate strobe and carefully aim the pinpoint beam at your eyes before you murder me.”

Or maybe strobe an attacker a half-mile away…

 

Nope, sorry, with the tight no-spill beam, LEPs are long distance lights only. Even 100’ out, I can’t picture myself lighting up a rat or skunk unless they got a song’n‘dance act, otherwise the spot’s just too small. It’s meant for farther distances.

I’d be okay with the 1-mode Acebeam, maybe 2-mode with memory (vs having to constantly flick the mode switch in case you want The Other Mode. But more modes, strobes, sos(!!), etc., are just silly.

And (to me at least) that kind of light must have a forward-clicky for momentary-on. (Which it has, so no complaints there.)

But yeah, absolutely, any mfr can load it up with all kinds of unwanted crap, and no one’s holding a gun to my head to buy it.

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Size: 157mm(length)*30mm( head diameter)

Dual switch, USB-C charging and 30mm head make this sound pretty good. Is this the narrowest LEP there is?

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I'd be interested if there was a coupon code? Just seems a little steep with the current market of LEP's right now. I'm sure build quality is solid though. But still, there are some nice sub$200 leps right now. Although I know nothing about them, can someone tell me why this is worth the $200 price tag VS a less expensive astrolux, Lumintop top, etc. 

also- this LEP looks very similar to GB Freeme is running of a different manufacturer. It too has 1000m and 450 lumen. But it's $120

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Every LEP seems steep to me and I frequently use a fully focused Led while boating. I get why they sell, but this doesn’t seem like a BLF price.

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ArtieT59 wrote:

I'd be interested if there was a coupon code? Just seems a little steep with the current market of LEP's right now. I'm sure build quality is solid though. But still, there are some nice sub$200 leps right now. Although I know nothing about them, can someone tell me why this is worth the $200 price tag VS a less expensive astrolux, Lumintop top, etc. 

also- this LEP looks very similar to GB Freeme is running of a different manufacturer. It too has 1000m and 450 lumen. But it's $120

 

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MascaratumB wrote:
USD$199
3 modes + strobe

link: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002947579768.html


Thanks for the link.
Well it’s interesting that while they want to sell a LEP flashlight in this form factor at $199, which is far more expensive than many other “branded” LEP flashlights, they do not bother to answer questions in this thread which was created by themselves lol.

Trustfire is not too bad by any mean, they are actually quite okay in budget range but since there are already quite a few LEP flashlight options selling at below $150 nowadays, so Trustfire might want to consider giving some serious discount codes for this light.

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No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

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Really looks good, but I’d have liked to see less separation between 460 lumens and maybe 200ish lumens. Still, 95 lumens and nearly 500 meters is a good option for less intense viewing.

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No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

Terrible pocket clips.. the pandemic of the flashlight world. Facepalm

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No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

Clips and “tactical rings” are generally so useless to me that I pull ‘em off as soon as I get the light.

Only exceptions are deep-carry clips like on my MH20, S2+es (add-on), etc. Most times, though, they’re just an annoyance.

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bibihang wrote:
MascaratumB wrote:
USD$199
3 modes + strobe

link: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002947579768.html


Thanks for the link.
Well it’s interesting that while they want to sell a LEP flashlight in this form factor at $199, which is far more expensive than many other “branded” LEP flashlights, they do not bother to answer questions in this thread which was created by themselves lol.

Trustfire is not too bad by any mean, they are actually quite okay in budget range but since there are already quite a few LEP flashlight options selling at below $150 nowadays, so Trustfire might want to consider giving some serious discount codes for this light.

165 dollars in AE:
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You probably need to follow store to get that discount coupon, but still.

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Lightbringer wrote:
derfyled wrote:
No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

Clips and “tactical rings” are generally so useless to me that I pull ‘em off as soon as I get the light.

Only exceptions are deep-carry clips like on my MH20, S2+es (add-on), etc. Most times, though, they’re just an annoyance.

My s3 baton clip is wonderful for sliding it right on my hat. I’m sure this TF would be super useful on a hat brim. Steve

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I like the pocket clip where ‘if’ you used it 2/3 of the light would stick out of your pocket. It’s like a clip to keep the light out of your pocket.

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Every LEP seems steep to me and I frequently use a fully focused Led while boating. I get why they sell, but this doesn’t seem like a BLF price.

This attitude really bugs me

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JaredM wrote:
derfyled wrote:
No one mentioned the right-in-the-middle clip yet ? How the hell are you suppose to use it ?

Terrible pocket clips.. the pandemic of the flashlight world. Facepalm

Same as the thrunite archer 2a v3 and that’s very popular

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dthrckt wrote:
Every LEP seems steep to me and I frequently use a fully focused Led while boating. I get why they sell, but this doesn’t seem like a BLF price.

This attitude really bugs me

Honestly curious why. I hope people keep buying them and the technology evolves to suit my uses, but they’re just not useful to me at those prices. Other than the wow factor, which I do enjoy.

I will admit, haven’t used one…what am I missing.

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Just people seem to only want cheap prices on here, businesses need to make a good profit and I doubt the laser modules come very cheap.

I have no use for one either. I reviewed the Maxtoch L3K LEP and sold it immediately after

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Just people seem to only want cheap prices on here, businesses need to make a good profit and I doubt the laser modules come very cheap.

I have no use for one either. I reviewed the Maxtoch L3K LEP and sold it immediately after

Ah, I see. I won’t deter anyone from seeking profits, but seems like they missed the market here. What do I know, I bet they sell enough. I gave away a trustfire z6 thats still in frequent use.

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bibihang wrote:
Price? And what are the modes?

The sale price is $199.99,and there are has 4 modes,Moonlight,Middle,High,Stroble.

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Lightbringer wrote:
Ditto.

The sale price is $199.99,and there are has 4 modes,Moonlight,Middle,High,Stroble.

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MascaratumB wrote:
USD$199
3 modes + strobe

link: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002947579768.html

Oh,Thanks for your help.

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chooma wrote:
Ala Manker, these LEP prices are “Disgusting” Facepalm

But LEP is unique, energy saving, high light quality, long range, low power consumption and long life. Suitable for high lumen locations

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ArtieT59 wrote:

I’d be interested if there was a coupon code? Just seems a little steep with the current market of LEP’s right now. I’m sure build quality is solid though. But still, there are some nice sub$200 leps right now. Although I know nothing about them, can someone tell me why this is worth the $200 price tag VS a less expensive astrolux, Lumintop top, etc. 


also- this LEP looks very similar to GB Freeme is running of a different manufacturer. It too has 1000m and 450 lumen. But it’s $120

I believe our product is better than others, we spend a lot of technology on the product and use real LEP lights. It won’t let you down.

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