FREEME ✌ ASTROLUX® MF01X 18*LEDs 20000lm++ 3*21700 USB-C Flashlight Group Buy

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Is this the final design? Not sure what’s happening with the cooling fins…and I hate multicolour trits. They should just sell the trits separately so we can choose our own colour(s).

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Is it possible that this design offers active cooling? Too many tritium vials.

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Those vents definitely hints at active cooling.

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Definitely interested if price under 200$,better 150$ Cash

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Multicolor tritium vivals are beautiful!

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Interested!

 

i'm putting my money on there being sfs80 LEDs has the option for 20,000 lm. And I'm OK with that those are nice LEDs.

 

Freeme, it would be nice if they released this in the same colors as the Mf01s, it would also be nice if they didn't discontinue red and green ano , the two best colors. Could you request these? They sold out for a reason LOL

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Just Saw the CAD drawing, I for one do not like trits. 

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Those are almost certainly not tritium/trits. They would be more likely to have plastic glow rods like the Lumintop Thor models have.

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Dzeric wrote:
Those are almost certainly not tritium/trits. They would be more likely to have plastic glow rods like the Lumintop Thor models have.

Whatever they are, I’m hoping they are not included on the final version.

Very curious about the LEDs, hope info is released soon.

Would be great if output is close to the EC06 with a little better cooling.

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Nope cool.

Th558 wrote:
Is this the final design?

 

Not inclusive. It would probably cost at least $50 to populate the entire light.  

aggalitsas wrote:
Is it possible that this design offers active cooling? Too many tritium vials.


Passive cooling.

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Those vents definitely hints at active cooling. Interested

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We need more info about this light.

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friend sent me this and he found it in the internet:




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Interested. I order from BG MF01 and it si out of stock. Today they refunded me. I know that older model is out of production.

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They should just stick with the MF01S design and make it a little more aggressive.

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I really like the pictures Protechteus shared! The battery tube is interesting. 

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I like it.

protechteus wrote:
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!https://scontent-waw1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.15752-9/261581576_255650473213...!

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Strange design Flat Stare

on the picture have seen 3 series of 5 cells separated between it.

The goal is to draw air through the hole by “ different pressure” in the 5 cells?

This cannot work in the opposite direction if the 3 series are not connect and open at the end, brief classic heat sink…
And this design would only work statically.

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how active cooling, where is the fan in such small light ? will probably be cool.. still have my original mf01… a good light even today :s

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I dont understand you, this flashlight is pasive cooling, don´t have fan inside.

Vodak-Yarout wrote:
Strange design Flat Stare

on the picture have seen 3 series of 5 cells separated between it.

The goal is to draw air through the hole by overpressure in the 5 cells?

This cannot work in the opposite direction if the 3 series are not connect and open at the end, brief classic heat sink…
And this design would only work statically.

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mortuus wrote:
how active cooling, where is the fan in such small light ? will probably be cool.. still have my original mf01… a good light even today :s

Visibly passive cooling

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wrote: Is it possible that this design offers active cooling? Too many tritium vials.

Passive cooling.

The reason of my previous message
Create air circulation “otherwise”
To give you an idea it is the same principle as the air circulation in a fireplace O_o

My expression is not good, it’s not really overpressure , i don’t have the english word, but it’s same effect in a fireplace , the heat create by the burn of wood in fireplace create physic effect to that draws air to the outside of the fireplace.
My suggest to this light is the heat generated ,by the light when functioning, in this closed area draw air by the hole to make a air flow inside.

technically it’s passive cooling
Active cooling includes interaction with another energy source (fan aspire or breath air) air flow is create by “external element”

I in this case the the air flow is create by the light itself with his own heat generation.
But this effect only work in static environment.

It does not make sense to close the coolling fine by compartiments on passive cooling

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Miguel_79 wrote:
I dont understand you, this flashlight is pasive cooling, don´t have fan inside.

Vodak-Yarout wrote:
Strange design Flat Stare

on the picture have seen 3 series of 5 cells separated between it.

The goal is to draw air through the hole by overpressure in the 5 cells?

This cannot work in the opposite direction if the 3 series are not connect and open at the end, brief classic heat sink…
And this design would only work statically.

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By difference in air density
Hot air have not same density of cold air.
the system always tends to be balanced, so that can creat an aspiration by the hole and make little air flow.

It’s the only plausible explanation I can find for passive cooling.
Otherwise their design is just sucks
Thermals design of MF01 ans 01S is good I hope it’s just prototype and that it is not amused re-invented the wheel Silly

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Looks awesome.

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