sofirn sp36 pro or other options?

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sofirn sp36 pro or other options?

so i wanna get my first can light. right now im leaning towards the sp40 pro just because the price is hard to beat. i was wondering if anyone has any input on that one or has another solid option? i know i can go convoy 4×18 which still is a possibility.

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Keep an eye on this new Astrolux EC06 soda can style light coming soon. It might be the brightest can style light for its price.

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i saw that one and i also saw the price so thats the only reason im on the fence about it. i mean without a doubt super bright i still might keep an eye on that one

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Lumintop GT3 – Over 15000 lumens + Anduril + NW + very high sustained brightness

It’s not cheap, but its price at the moment is lower than usual and quite acceptable. Beer

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Yeah it’s nice but also more then a 4×18 with batteries it seems.

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You mean SP36 Pro? The SP40 is a headlamp according to my search on ali.
I just ordered the SP36 pro as my first can flashlight as well. I leaned towards this because of the anduril firmware it looks pretty nifty.
I would have gone the Q8 pro its slightly more expensive but i wasnt keen on the colour 6500k (the 5000 is sold out)

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I have a few soda can lights, including the SP36 Pro. I like it.

I recently created this thread asking for other soda can suggestions, specifically models that can sustain high output for a long time.

Member dave1010 compiled a helpful list of suitable models in this post.

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I have 3 or 4 of the SP36 lights. They’re inexpensive and Sofirn makes them with different user interfaces and different LEDs. I’m a fan of the 4000K and the 2700K LED versions.