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FREEME ✌ MATEMINCO PD90S SFH55 9300lm 26500/21700 Flashlight Group Buy - ALIVE

 

MATEMINCO PD90S

 

SFH55 (Made in China) 9300lm 924m 26500/ 21700 Rechargeable Flashlight Group Buy

 

For reference, this is my order timeline for our Group Buy.

Note: speed of delivery varies from country to country.

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Group Buy Price: $60.76 (usual $75.95)

Freeme's Exclusive Coupon:  1TDPD90S 

 

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Specification:

 

 

Package Included:

1 x Mateminco PD90S
2 x Spare Waterproof O-rings
1 x Lanyard
1 x User Manual 

  

 

PD9S build quality will be identical to MT70 mini.

The only difference is emitter model.

 

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Yes! We are probably going to need to know the maximum current it’ll use at turbo. Charts list it at 25 amps continuous at 9,100 lumens, 62 amps max for 14,200 lumen. Fortunately for this one, total resistance will probably keep it from going much over 25 amps and cooking. Some batteries aren’t even close to these needs.

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They’re claiming 924m of throw which is about the same as the SFN55.2. The SFH55 emitter is 78% larger than the SFN55 so wouldn’t it need to be 78% brighter to match the throw? The throw was a bit overrated on the SFN55 version so it might also be the case here. I’d be surprised if it hits the claimed numbers. If it can I’d like to see what this LED can do in a smaller EDC light.

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More SFH55 LEDs!

Any chance they can put one in their MT01 (Astrolux EA01)?

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I’ve been waiting for this. I think i’m interested.

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dave1010 wrote:
More SFH55 LEDs!

Any chance they can put one in their MT01 (Astrolux EA01)?

It’s also what I want. Maybe another Group Buy?

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I wonder why they keep changing model names.

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Interested , with the 26800 and battery.

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Very interested!

 

....especially with the potential option of a 26800 battery tube and 6800maH QB26800 cell!

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I second the idea of Ocelot, please include the options of an 26800 tube and a QB26800 cell, as well as an SS bezel.

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Neal said he will include 26800 option soon. 

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I second the idea of *Ocelot*, please include the options of an 26800 tube and a QB26800 cell, as well as an SS bezel.

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Why so expensive? This can be had anytime on AliExpress for $54 and slightly more for the SS bezel, is the group buy going to be cheaper than that?

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Does this mean I won't be the only one in the world with a flashlight using this LED? Dang! smile

In the tests I did, it's possible to hit 9300 lumens on a single very good cell. I recorded 9880 lumens on a single 30T, probably at start.

On a set of 3 Lishens in the WT90, recorded 10390 at start, 9030 at 30 secs.

On a set of T42's, should do even better.

Figure the throw will be about 1/2 in candela of what you get with a SBT90.2 - least that's how it performed in the WT90.

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Tom E wrote:

Does this mean I won’t be the only one in the world with a flashlight using this LED? Dang! smile


In the tests I did, it’s possible to hit 9300 lumens on a single very good cell. I recorded 9880 lumens on a single 30T, probably at start.


On a set of 3 Lishens in the WT90, recorded 10390 at start, 9030 at 30 secs.


On a set of T42’s, should do even better.


Figure the throw will be about 1/2 in candela of what you get with a SBT90.2 – least that’s how it performed in the WT90.

Yep so it will be about 40% less in distance which is still plenty. The beam should have a great quality an it should be an amazing hiking light. I found the SBT90.2 beam to be a tad too narrow for close up usage.

I’m going to pick one of these Mateminco’s on Double 12 so I might be the “second” with this Led on hand. By the way, I’ve said in the other thread that this Led is likely made by San’an Optoelectronics.

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Tom E wrote:

Does this mean I won’t be the only one in the world with a flashlight using this LED? Dang! smile


In the tests I did, it’s possible to hit 9300 lumens on a single very good cell. I recorded 9880 lumens on a single 30T, probably at start.


On a set of 3 Lishens in the WT90, recorded 10390 at start, 9030 at 30 secs.


On a set of T42’s, should do even better.


Figure the throw will be about 1/2 in candela of what you get with a SBT90.2 – least that’s how it performed in the WT90.


How is the tint and have you measured the output of the SBT90.2 version or any other single cell 10000ish lumen lights. Would love to know how it compares to them. I also wonder how much current this thing pulls.
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Tom E wrote:

Does this mean I won’t be the only one in the world with a flashlight using this LED? Dang! smile


In the tests I did, it’s possible to hit 9300 lumens on a single very good cell. I recorded 9880 lumens on a single 30T, probably at start.


On a set of 3 Lishens in the WT90, recorded 10390 at start, 9030 at 30 secs.


On a set of T42’s, should do even better.


Figure the throw will be about 1/2 in candela of what you get with a SBT90.2 – least that’s how it performed in the WT90.

When you say T42’s do you mean vapcell t42 ? And are they better then Samsung 30t as far as current ?

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TomE -

Is there significant tint shift in the SMO reflector of the WT90 with this SFH55 LED?

 

 

When i installed my smooth reflector in the MT70 mini for the sfn55.2 the hotspot was YELLOW. didnt bother me terribly, but would be nice if this LED could be run through a Smooth reflector too. 

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