Am I seeing this right? Could a high cri sbt90 be possible?

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Am I seeing this right? Could a high cri sbt90 be possible?

After reading the most recent 1lumen review (NlightD T90 GT9090 & SFN43 review | high power flashlight with 5,000 and 6,000 lumens | 1lumen.com), it seems there is a Chinese clone of the SBT-90 that performs similarly (albeit at 7000k). Who makes this, Getian? I know that the gt-fc40 became available due to an order from Simon at Convoy. Even if this thing had two thirds of its output in an r9050/9080 version, this would still be a useful drop-in for many lights. Noctigon DM11, Lumintop X9l, come to mind, as well as several Nightwatch, JKK, Wildtrail, Amutorch, and Convoy models. The presumably reduced cost is a bonus as well.

gt9090 in nlightD t90

What would you put a high cri sbt90 in?

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Getian does not make this LED at all.
They make their own LEDs, no copycats.

Anyway, Simon wasn’t the 1st one to get high CRI GT FC40s, it was rngwn.

I don’t think the manufacturer could even make high CRI LEDs of that size.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
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Thanks for setting me straight. Do you know who makes it, or are you speculating on their capabilities?

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I got one reply back regarding some inquiries. The unit price on these is about a third of the original. No manufacturer name, I’m guessing the parties involved don’t want to stick their neck out, which I understand.