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Coupon for new customers and new SF47!!

Hi BLFers,

 

We have special offers for Sofirn official website.

 

10%off coupon for new account!

We are using new system for better experience, you will need to create new account here.

 

 

10% off coupon: UBK82QA7

Official website link: https://sofirnlight.myshoplaza.com/collections/sofirn-products

 

15%off coupon for new released models!

Sofirn new model SF47 is a powerful 2 * 21700 LED flashlight, 9000LM 6500K Torch Light with 4 * SST40 Power Indicator, in addition, it uses a versatile user interface with both Outdoor Group and Tactical Group as well as an advanced temperature regulation (ATR) with smart heat control.


PM me or comment below if you'd like a code for SF47, cheers!

(Kind note: 10%off discount code and 15%off discount code cannot be used together)

Edited by: Sofirn on 08/27/2021 - 21:41
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There is no time limit for the 10%off coupon for new users, but the new SF47 has a time limit.

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9000 lm from 4 × 6500K SST-20 is interesting. Didn’t know they could be driven that hard Thumbs Up .

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Would love to get a code for the new model SF47! TY

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Unheard wrote:
9000 lm from 4 × 6500K SST-20 is interesting. Didn’t know they could be driven that hard Thumbs Up .

I think they wanted to say SST40. You will not get any more than approximately 1000 lumens from an SST20.

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Skylight wrote:
Unheard wrote:
9000 lm from 4 × 6500K SST-20 is interesting. Didn’t know they could be driven that hard Thumbs Up .

I think they wanted to say SST40. You will not get any more than approximately 1000 lumens from an SST20.


Yes, I thought so. But the product page also says SST-20, and the picture shows them. Mysterious.

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bakermrr wrote:
Would love to get a code for the new model SF47! TY

Here is the code for SF47 : AFHDOEGO
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Unheard wrote:
9000 lm from 4 × 6500K SST-20 is interesting. Didn’t know they could be driven that hard Thumbs Up .

You will know why if you just buy one. Big Smile
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Unheard wrote:
Skylight wrote:
Unheard wrote:
9000 lm from 4 × 6500K SST-20 is interesting. Didn’t know they could be driven that hard Thumbs Up .

I think they wanted to say SST40. You will not get any more than approximately 1000 lumens from an SST20.


Yes, I thought so. But the product page also says SST-20, and the picture shows them. Mysterious.

Sincerely sorry, we made a mistake when we put the product on the shelf. Thanks for the correction, we have corrected it, it’s SST40
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Skylight wrote:
Unheard wrote:
9000 lm from 4 × 6500K SST-20 is interesting. Didn’t know they could be driven that hard Thumbs Up .

I think they wanted to say SST40. You will not get any more than approximately 1000 lumens from an SST20.


Yes, we made a mistake when we put the product on the shelf, we have already corrected it, it’s SST40.
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Can somebody please describe the general characteristics of this upcoming light?? Seems like it would be more of a flood than a thrower with those 4 LEDs.

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Can you customize it with 4x XHP50.2 for me?

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I’m sorry that we don’t provide this service.

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Can you customize it with 4x XHP50.2 for me?
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Marvin8 wrote:
Can somebody please describe the general charcteristics of this upcoming light?? Seems like it would be more of a flood than a thrower with those 4 LEDs.

It should be similar to the Astrolux FT02S in terms of beam. They both have 4 SST40 (the Astrolux also comes with option of XHP50.2).

  • Sofirn: 522m / 9000 lm / 48mm head
  • Astrolux: 639m / 7000 lm / 55mm head

In fact the Sofirn probably had a more similar beam to the XHP50.2 Astrolux.

The Sofirn will likely sustain output better due to the buck driver and extra cell.

Edit: the Wurkkos DL70 is similar too, though quite a bit chunkier.

Edit 2: I just realized that this is basically the SP36 Pro but in a different host. Facepalm

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Can this use protected button top 21700? I’m scared to use unprotected cells in series. Also I hope there will be an Anduril version.

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Hi, I apologize for my previous wrong reply. SF47 is not able to use protected button top 21700 batteries. The protected batteries is too long for SF47.

Forsythe P. Jones wrote:
Can this use protected button top 21700? I’m scared to use unprotected cells in series. Also I hope there will be an Anduril version.
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Thanks for the response, Dave. I like the Sofirn SP36 pro, so this one should be interesting. I have one on the way, but not sure how long it’ll take to arrive.

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