【Discuss】Wurkkos (TS10)WK10 Triple mini light discussion 14500/anduril 2.0/aux

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Correllux wrote:
Those look great. I think I’d go for the orange but the cyan is nice, too…actually if there were a medium blue between the cyan and blue in the photo, I’d get that.

The ring on the green light…is that tape or a silicone band? Looks neat.


one should be purple, but in photo looks like a blue
that is a tape on the green light
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Those look great! Purple, please!!

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I need some tape like that. Smile

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Wurkkos wrote:
single color aux leds, tried 7 colors, which better?

Make a poll that appears in the side bar. I’m not sure how but BlueSwordM seems to know how.

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tactical_grizzly wrote:
Wurkkos wrote:
single color aux leds, tried 7 colors, which better?

Make a poll that appears in the side bar. I’m not sure how but BlueSwordM seems to know how.


Haven’t tried it, will see how to post
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Wurkkos wrote:
single color aux leds, tried 7 colors, which better?

6 colors, ops, My math was taught by a history teacher ,lol Facepalm
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Someone stole my FWAA so this is just what I need for a change.
I still want a RGB aux please

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Umpi2000 wrote:
Someone stole my FWAA so this is just what I need for a change.
I still want a RGB aux please

not have enough space for RGB LEDs, have a planning for a larger model such as 21700 version
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AA support is very important to me. Option 2. If it doesn’t have AA support, then it should have a usb-c charging port.

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Wurkkos wrote:
…My math was taught by a history teacher ,lol Facepalm

Thats funny, I’ve never heard that one!

I like the yellow and cyan the best.

I’m glad to see these coming together.

What type of main LEDS are you planning on using? Did I miss that info anywhere?

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Cyan is my preferred aux colour if there can be only one.

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Is the body going to be available in colors other than black and if so what colors? And will the aux be dimmable? Those will help us decide, thank you!

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Cyan colour looks great…

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I think it is pointless to enter the market with a FWAA copycat flashlight.

It needs to be better than FWAA, or cheaper. Pick one – better or cheaper. Then make sure to achieve it.

Is the button better? Is the driver better?

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varbos wrote:
I think it is pointless to enter the market with a FWAA copycat flashlight.

It’s not Lumintop, that’s enough justification imho. I own flashlights of both brands and definitely have a preference (non technical/design reasons). But I do hope this one gets a decent driver, that would be an big improvement.
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Wurkkos wrote:
one should be purple, but in photo looks like a blue that is a tape on the green light

My vote is PURPLE!

2nd is yellow….

3rd orange…

Currently searching to buy:

Fireflies NOV-Mu 21 in 2000K

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auxlight needs to have minimum drain; so the most efficient is the one that should be used.

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I'll take a purple and an ice blue and a red!

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keep it short
use a side switch or short tail switch like FW3A
do use anduril 2, or at least have it as an option
no magnets
no charging
under $40

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Indeed. Under $40 for sure. Under $30 would be wonderful..

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Option 3 IMO. I would definitely pay a little more to have anduril and good CRI/temperature. I also don’t really think it needs an integrated charger but I will say please make sure it has a good button. I have an FW1A that is totally useless because the button is so bad. It worked for about 3 days and then completely stopped working unless I press the button really hard and even then its only like 50/50 on if it registers a press.

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varbos wrote:
I think it is pointless to enter the market with a FWAA copycat flashlight.

It needs to be better than FWAA, or cheaper. Pick one – better or cheaper. Then make sure to achieve it.

Is the button better? Is the driver better?

The first post suggested $15.99 might be achievable for price. That sounds like a challenging price to achieve, but if it is anywhere close to that price, it will be significantly cheaper than the FWAA.

I did not see the driver architecture mentioned. The FWAA driver has 1×7135 chip + a FET channel, which seems reasonable for the size of the light. If there was any question about including the 7135 channel or keeping the cost lower, I would say the 7135 channel should be a very modest cost that is well worth the regulation and slightly better efficiency it enables at lower levels, compared to a light that runs only on a FET channel.

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Purple!

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iamlucky13 wrote:
varbos wrote:
I think it is pointless to enter the market with a FWAA copycat flashlight.

It needs to be better than FWAA, or cheaper. Pick one – better or cheaper. Then make sure to achieve it.

Is the button better? Is the driver better?

The first post suggested $15.99 might be achievable for price. That sounds like a challenging price to achieve, but if it is anywhere close to that price, it will be significantly cheaper than the FWAA.

I did not see the driver architecture mentioned. The FWAA driver has 1×7135 chip + a FET channel, which seems reasonable for the size of the light. If there was any question about including the 7135 channel or keeping the cost lower, I would say the 7135 channel should be a very modest cost that is well worth the regulation and slightly better efficiency it enables at lower levels, compared to a light that runs only on a FET channel.

Agreed. It should definitely have at least one 7135 (or comparable).

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Version #2 would be awesome

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That clip kills this light for me.

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yes, the clip makes it look cheap. but very excited for a budget aux light, can’t wait.

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Auxilshunter wrote:
Indeed. Under $40 for sure. Under $30 would be wonderful..

oh, what i hope is $20 Facepalm

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Wurkkos wrote:
Auxilshunter wrote:
Indeed. Under $40 for sure. Under $30 would be wonderful..

oh, what i hope is $20 Facepalm

Make it 25 with a great clip Wink

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Geuzzz wrote:
a great clip Wink

I do like a good clip. I’m usually grabbing an Olight M2R, S2R2, or M1T PLUS clip and throwing it on a light that I prefer more. With this WK10 I figured I’d just find a clip I like more if I didn’t like him. I don’t even much thought anymore.

But I mean, yeah… If we can get better clips right out the gate that would be awesome. Especially when the 21700 version comes out. That would be a bit larger and a solid deep carry clip would be a brilliant thing to start thinking about now.

Currently searching to buy:

Fireflies NOV-Mu 21 in 2000K

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