ACEBEAM New X75 80,000Lumens Brightest Power Bank Flashlight

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New Acebeam X75 LED flashlight,compact size but bright, utilizes detachable, maintainable and waterproof cooling fan(IP68).The X75 flashlight emits is remarkable 80,000lms quite ideal for search&rescue,outdoor activities.

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Cool flashlight!! 400 retail seems like a reasonable price. I like Acebeam stuff. If I could find one for 300 delivered I’d probably buy it.

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The ONLY and primary reason manufacturers use proprietary battery packs is so that the user is dependent upon them for the rest of the life of that flashlight. It’s all about money.

I’ve been using lithium ion batteries for 12 years. For the last 7 years most of which have been unprotected. I haven’t had one issue . I don’t want to hear about the safety factor for the reason that they’re using battery packs. That’s BS.

Please forgive me for pointing this out and don’t take it as a personal dig or pettiness on my part. Your thread HERE about popping a diminutive lithium primary cell and your overall reaction to that is precisely why manufacturers have been moving to various forms of protected cells and packs (“proprietary” or otherwise). And that was a comparatively low energy density compared to much larger li-ion cells, and those being asked to deliver higher current loads such as in these lights. Even with your 12 years of carefree experience you made an oops and got pretty upset about it because it scared you (and thankfully no harm to you in the process).

In the past “we” certainly have seen bigger oopses from multi-cell li-ion lights in various forms, and the potential is no less today than it was at any of those other times for those designs. Lights that use multi cells at high loads do command a greater sense of caution and safety awareness, and since even “experienced” people don’t always do that, packs and controls are the smart way (mostly) for manufacturers to mitigate the risks – both to users and to themselves as a company that may face litigation or brand-souring complaints and commentary.

I’m not a fan of packs that remove user input and serviceability but sometimes it makes sense. It’s no different than power tools and vacuums where the demands are similar (actually often much more severe but they use different cells, too, and smart BMS in addition). What I don’t like about the trend is inflated pricing and what is often limited availability as manufacturers stop making packs available after a too-short period of time when they move on to the next models or designs and fail to support previous ones. Overall these light-monster designs are fun and at one time were the realm of enthusiasts building at home, but for the few manufacturers willing to put these out now, they do need to take their business as a whole into account, and frankly it makes much more sense to do packs, given the general behavior of end users and the relatively high potential of accidents that could be avoided. Sure, it will cost a bit more but if they would be a little more fair in the pricing of packs it wouldn’t be too horrible. I think the overall design approach of packs could be made more user friendly in some lights but they do what they do and if you don’t like it, don’t buy it, right.

Also, those were awesome raccoon pics. Smile

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I hope you could release a flashlight of a similar form factor that is designed to perform in real world scenarios instead of achieving absurd lumen claims. Above 10,000 lumens or so, the effectivity of the beam only gets worse the higher you go due the light scattering and bouncing back.

At maximum output one would need to wear sunglasses to operate the flashlight.

You can just choose to only use the 10,000lm and lower modes if you want. There’s no reason to limit brightness like that.

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I ended up purchasing one at a reviewer’s discount, soooo you’ll all get to see this monster from my drone, it’s going to be quite spectacular

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tactical_grizzly wrote:
will34 wrote:
I hope you could release a flashlight of a similar form factor that is designed to perform in real world scenarios instead of achieving absurd lumen claims. Above 10,000 lumens or so, the effectivity of the beam only gets worse the higher you go due the light scattering and bouncing back.

At maximum output one would need to wear sunglasses to operate the flashlight.

You can just choose to only use the 10,000lm and lower modes if you want. There’s no reason to limit brightness like that.

At 11,0000lm which is the highest sustained mode it only hits 40kcd which is equivalent to the sustained throw of a pocketable flashlight.

I’m not asking them to limit the output, but to use a more adequate emitter setup for a “searchlight”. You’re carrying all that weight for it to provide only 15% of the output and throw 90% of the time, it’s not designed for real world use but for the wow factor.

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will34 wrote:
tactical_grizzly wrote:
will34 wrote:
I hope you could release a flashlight of a similar form factor that is designed to perform in real world scenarios instead of achieving absurd lumen claims. Above 10,000 lumens or so, the effectivity of the beam only gets worse the higher you go due the light scattering and bouncing back.

At maximum output one would need to wear sunglasses to operate the flashlight.

You can just choose to only use the 10,000lm and lower modes if you want. There’s no reason to limit brightness like that.

At 11,0000lm which is the highest sustained mode it only hits 40kcd which is equivalent to the sustained throw of a pocketable flashlight.

I’m not asking them to limit the output, but to use a more adequate emitter setup for a “searchlight”. You’re carrying all that weight for it to provide only 15% of the output and throw 90% of the time, it’s not designed for real world use but for the wow factor.

Aaah I see. I’m sorry, I didn’t realize you were looking for a different beam profile. That makes sense.

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Watch more of what our friends Zhudabo gives his review the X75 Brightest Power Bank Flashlight. If you are looking for a quick rundown on features that are important to you, check out his video.

Video Review Brightest Power Bank Flashlight X75

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Pretty much every high power light that’s not Haikelite, Lumintop, Nightwatch, Wurkkos/Sofirn, Convoy, etc. use built in batteries. It’s safer for the user since they have a BMS and all the safety bits and benefits a pro user who doesn’t want to fuss with removable batteries, chargers, etc. They want a plug-in-and-go flashlight. Plus it improves IP and reliability. It also means your real-world output specs will be (somewhat) close to factory. I’ve reviewed enough of those type of lights to see the benefits and drawbacks of integrated batteries. If you can afford to buy a $400+ flashlight replacing the battery, even at $150, still makes sense and is somewhat affordable compared to replacing the whole flashlight. These batteries lasts a long time and are warrantied.

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This is great flashlight, too bad when during promotion few days ago, BLF10 coupon was disabled.
I don’t care about the waterproof. I prefer the convenience of charging of the battery pack.
It is just toy flashlight to many people, water resistant is already good enough.

cool i'll see you when you get there

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@Sirstinky, funny thing is that these lights could easily integrate a BMS if they wanted to, and would even prevent reverse polarity insertion, which can cause a lot of problems.

My very own high current Beryllium Copper springs Gen 3:
http://budgetlightforum.com/node/67401
Liitokala Aliexpress Stores Battery Fraud: http://budgetlightforum.com/node/60547

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Yes, and most of the proprietary batteries have a BMS or reverse polarity protection as th very least. Like I said, it’s to make the light safe for those without li-ion battery safety knowledge. The Wuben A1, Fenix LR80R, etc.

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DENGOH wrote:
This is great flashlight, too bad when during promotion few days ago, BLF10 coupon was disabled. I don't care about the waterproof. I prefer the convenience of charging of the battery pack. It is just toy flashlight to many people, water resistant is already good enough.

 

Probably because they didn't want it to stack with the public promotion. It's better if they just made the coupon applicable to non-sale items only. That way, they don't have to disable it.

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LumenMax wrote:

DENGOH wrote:
This is great flashlight, too bad when during promotion few days ago, BLF10 coupon was disabled. I don’t care about the waterproof. I prefer the convenience of charging of the battery pack. It is just toy flashlight to many people, water resistant is already good enough.

 

Probably because they didn’t want it to stack with the public promotion. It’s better if they just made the coupon applicable to non-sale items only. That way, they don’t have to disable it.


It is stackable during everyday promotion. You can try with their K75 now which is having promotion now.

cool i'll see you when you get there

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I don’t understand why the Eco mode doesn’t offer lower brightness levels for longer runtime, only High and Turbo are slightly different

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Funtastic wrote:
I don’t understand why the Eco mode doesn’t offer lower brightness levels for longer runtime, only High and Turbo are slightly different

Only the step down are different. All power levels of all the different modes(power, eco, windy, non-windy) remain the same so that the specification of lumens and intensity are the same.

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How do you guys feel about the XHP70.3 6500k 65000 lumens with 1300m throw?

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Yes, it would be very nice to see a "thrower" version of the Acebeam X75, then equipped with a different type of Led's. In the same way as e.g., Acebeam X65 min or Acebeam K30 GT.

As usual, as soon as a company has put in the effort and comes out with a new product, the customers want more. It is thankless to work with product development...

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RamBull wrote:
How do you guys feel about the XHP70.3 6500k 65000 lumens with 1300m throw?

ACEBEAM is the first manufacturer of mass production X75 with the latest CREE XHP70.3 flashlights in the market.

Quantities are limited.

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DENGOH wrote:
This is great flashlight, too bad when during promotion few days ago, BLF10 coupon was disabled. I don't care about the waterproof. I prefer the convenience of charging of the battery pack. It is just toy flashlight to many people, water resistant is already good enough.

 

I have a 10% off code for https://www.acebeam.com/x75?affiliate=lumenmax . Message me.

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Lighting up a park!!

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Imalent MS18 still the king of floodlights!!! 
It will lit the park even more.

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ACEBEAM X75 Limited Edition Off-White Micro-arc Oxidation (Available on 15th Sep)

The X75 High Performance Outdoor Flashlight achieves IP68 waterproof rating, can resist 1 meters impact, is rugged and durable, can meet different needs of lighting situations, and is your outdoor lighting reliable partner.

Learn more: https://www.acebeam.com/x75

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Looks really good. I hope the price of Micro-arc Oxidation comes down and it becomes a regular offered finish.

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Impressive photos in this thread.

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stephenk wrote:
Impressive photos in this thread.

More photos are coming!!
Acebeam X75 Micro Arc Oxidation (MAO) Off-White “in production”.

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