Weltool W3 pro

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Weltool W3 pro

Hello, my name is Mariusz. This is my first post so hello to everyone.
I am thinking of buying a Weltool w3 pro lep flashlight, nowhere can I find a description of what emitter this flashlight uses. Is it the emitter 1 or 2 generations as in rrt m2s ?. My next question is whether it is worth adding $ 120 to w3 pro, because I am still thinking about rrt m2s. Regards Marius

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It's good to have you here, Maniollo!

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The Weltool W3 PRO uses the cate-eye design (1st gen), which performs better (on average) than most shine-through (2nd gen) designs. 

Did you check this thread? https://budgetlightforum.com/node/74482

And did you compare the Weltool W3 PRO review with a Jetbeam RRT M2S review? 

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Yes, I looked at these charts, and the table clearly shows that the w3 pro is a better leprechaun flashlight. I will ask if the emitters of the better 1st generation give way to the 2nd generation technology definitely? I mean the vitality and the loss of its properties over time and using the lataks intensively.