NEW!! ACEBEAM X50 MULTIPURPOSE HANDHELD SEARCHLIGHT

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Comparison between X70 and X50.
40 000 lumens small flashlight compared to the large 60 000 lumens flashlight.

你能想象目前的科技这么小的手电居然可以

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你能想象目前的科技这么小的手电居然可以

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I am really interested in this flashlight, is there anyone on the forum who can form a buying group? thanks to those who will be interested.

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vit55 wrote:
I am really interested in this flashlight, is there anyone on the forum who can form a buying group? thanks to those who will be interested.

You can contact these nice gentlemen in Germany:

 

Sven Stewitsch 

www.stewitsch.de

 

Thorsten Gatzemeier

www.gatzetec.de

 

Both of them are official Acebeam retailers in Germany and if I am not totally mistaken they can ship flashlights to Italy, too. I am not sure if they can ship lights with replaceable batteries but as X50 comes with an integrated battery pack I would feel optimistic. Wink

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Looks like it’ll make a great companion to the X70.

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Just got my ACEBEAM X50!!!


Measured 958 lux at 10 meter distance which give an intensity of 95.8 Kcd. This is 619 meter throw and not the advertised 800 meter max. Ceiling bounce was 2414 lux compared to 1644 lux for my X80GT.

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Thanks Hardusvd70, nice shoots and review but it seems to me that GT3 is almost as powerful as X50 am I wrong?

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Just got my ACEBEAM X50!!!


Measured 958 lux at 10 meter distance which give an intensity of 95.8 Kcd. This is 619 meter throw and not the advertised 800 meter max. Ceiling bounce was 2414 lux compared to 1644 lux for my X80GT.

This is normaly. All new Acebeam models has more numbers on box than on flashlights.
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True I don’t know how Acebeam got max 800 meters of throw????

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True I don’t know how Acebeam got max 800 meters of throw????

probably a rough estimate. light this class should be onspec not just guessing…

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I have the X80GTvn. Would you say this is worth the upgrade? What are the pros and cons?

By the way thank you so much for helping all of us. =]

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I will say yes. As I can remember the vn is 31000 lumens. My X80GT close to 28000 lumens has no modification but I must say the X50 is definitely much better with throw and as well much better with the lumens output.

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Hardusvd70 wrote:
I believe so. As I can remember the vn is 31000 lumens. My X80GT has no modification but I must say the X50 is definitely much better with throw and as well much better with the lumens output.

Does it use proprietary batteries or the high drain Acebeam 21700?

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I believe so. As I can remember the vn is 31000 lumens. My X80GT has no modification but I must say the X50 is definitely much better with throw and as well much better with the lumens output.

Does it use proprietary batteries or the high drain Acebeam 21700?


It is a Built-in 10.8V/4250mAh Li-ion battery pack.

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Hardusvd70 wrote:
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Hardusvd70 wrote:
I believe so. As I can remember the vn is 31000 lumens. My X80GT has no modification but I must say the X50 is definitely much better with throw and as well much better with the lumens output.

Does it use proprietary batteries or the high drain Acebeam 21700?


It is a Built-in 10.8V/4250mAh Li-ion battery pack.

After 3 years battery will need to replace. But you can not do that. So you will have expencive light with maximum 40% battery capacity.

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Hardusvd70 wrote:
I will say yes. As I can remember the vn is 31000 lumens. My X80GT close to 28000 lumens has no modification but I must say the X50 is definitely much better with throw and as well much better with the lumens output.

X50 is going to be my next light. I am going to ask my favorite modder if he can replace the cells when the time comes. If he can't, I still want this light.

Are the cells 18650 or similar, or are they a special, unobtainable size?

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Beautiful light but it’s hard to compare with my admittedly larger Imalent MS18 or my Firefoxes FF5

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Does the lock/unlock switch cause you to hold the light any differently than you would otherwise?

Or does the switch in the unlock position create a thumb rest?

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Does the lock/unlock switch cause you to hold the light any differently than you would otherwise? No not at all.

Or does the switch in the unlock position create a thumb rest? Depends how big your hand is.

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Hardusvd70 wrote:
I will say yes. As I can remember the vn is 31000 lumens. My X80GT close to 28000 lumens has no modification but I must say the X50 is definitely much better with throw and as well much better with the lumens output.

X50 is going to be my next light. I am going to ask my favorite modder if he can replace the cells when the time comes. If he can’t, I still want this light.


Are the cells 18650 or similar, or are they a special, unobtainable size?

I’m not sure what type of cells they using. It is a sealed unit.

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There’s screws on the battery pack. Someone’s gotta try open them and see what’s inside.

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Th558 wrote:
There’s screws on the battery pack. Someone’s gotta try open them and see what’s inside.

There are three 21700 batteries in series.

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Did a throw test at 20 meter distance:

Measured 116.8Kcd which gave a throw of 683 meters

Measured 118Kcd which gave a throw of 687 meters

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Mine arrived today

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The direction and placement of the LEDs may wreak havoc on even the mildest ocd.

But otherwise a great looking light.

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More X50 reviews posted from national Baidu flashlight enthusiast community.

ACEBEAM X50 Review-1

ACEBEAM X50 Review-2

ACEBEAM X50 Review-3

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ACEBEAM wrote:
Well, if you have doubts or some curiosity about the X50 test result and want to get your own review, please send us email directly sales@acebeam.com (There are limited discount coupons for BLF members to make X50 review.)

Acebeam X50 cw
Very disappointed in the throw. Is not as much as the advertised 160Kcd or 800 meter. More in the region of 630 meter distance. The 40 000 lumens output seems correct.
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I was unfortunately also quite disappointed with the X50 range.
Ultimately, I sent the X50 back to the dealer because the 800m was not nearly reached. Even the 630m mentioned by you I can not understand so. Likewise, the information about the runtime on turbo seems to be unfortunately also only marketing. Very sad, because the lamp is otherwise great in terms of appearance, processing, feel, fast charging and lockout switch.

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