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More XM-L lights

Hi all!

I was wondering if anyone had some experience with http://www.cnqualitygoods.com?

They have two 18650 lights from "Yezl" (which I never heard of before) with T6 XM-L chips in 5- and 3-mode configuration, the latter without flashing/annoying modes, for USD 29.00 and 39.99, respectively. Shipping is not free, e.g. cost to Sweden USD 5.59 (registered airmail).

Don't see any information about mode memory but may have some sort of low batt warning, quote: "have the fuction of disjuction and over discharge"The picture with the reflectors suggests it's not a P60-style dropin therefore possibly providing more efficient heatsinking.

Any thoughts or comments about both the shop and the lights?

Thanks in advance,

Huny

Edited by: Huny74 on 12/15/2010 - 15:14
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They look as a legit company, a factory of quality stuff with specs at customer request, have a very pro website where they're using a translator machine, very funny, yes I know my English is not perfect also .Laughing

http://yezl.com/en/ProductShow.asp?ID=204

 

edited; they are using the diode's max absolute trick in the specs

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Thanks for the link, I was already browsing yezl's homepage but don't know anyone to own a light.

I'm one click away from ordering the Y6 but not sure about it yet. Noticed the guy pushing the shopping cart has no head? Maybe it's a bad sign...  Wink

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Better care than sorry, they lie with the output, Q5 250 Lumen in a small body no way.

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I own a yezl light.

Is the TrustFire XPE F23 with the logo "YEZL" instead of "trustfire xpe F23"

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arenat wrote:

Better care than sorry, they lie with the output, Q5 250 Lumen in a small body no way.

It's certainly possible with a 14500, at least for a few moments.  Heck, Zebralight's new SC51 is pushing 200 with a single AA.

I'd be more worried that the company couldn't bother to hire someone to do translation for them for their English website - it looks like they just ran the whole thing through a beta version of Google Translate and hoped.

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fran82 wrote:

I own a yezl light.

Is the TrustFire XPE F23 with the logo "YEZL" instead of "trustfire xpe F23"

How is the build quality of your Yezl F23? Do you like it?

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The same as the TrustFire xpe F23 because is made by the same manufacturer.

YEZL are very good flashlights. Nothing bad about to talk

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Serious makers don't claim those numbers of course you can get for a short while this output but the flashlight became a toaster in seconds, not good for a raw from factory thing, you can tune such small body and use it as turbo 1' or 2 but that is another thing.

Btw ,they are not using google or any of such machine since many words don't exist in any language, lumanace haha, i love 'damagedheadesign'

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You can find some offers from them in the CPF Market Place Forum (DEALER's corner)

A few members seem to purchased flashlights from them in the last month, but since the are located in China, shipping is slow...

I've read some good reviews are coming (eg. for the Z1 model - I also ordered TWO and expect them soon)

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Ah, what the heck, ordered just the Y6! (If I was the patient type I may would have a thicker wallet, but this way I have more lights  :bigsmile:)

Will report later after I got it (in 10 - unknownnumberof days).

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I anyone here had one of these, it would be Don.

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jekostas wrote:

arenat wrote:

Better care than sorry, they lie with the output, Q5 250 Lumen in a small body no way.

It's certainly possible with a 14500, at least for a few moments.  Heck, Zebralight's new SC51 is pushing 200 with a single AA.

I'd be more worried that the company couldn't bother to hire someone to do translation for them for their English website - it looks like they just ran the whole thing through a beta version of Google Translate and hoped.

 

over driving my XR-E q5 with 2 amps i got over 400 lumens.... but it was angry at me.... by that i mean quite blue lol

 

it ran for months like that before i realized thats why it was so much brighter than all my other flashlights.....

testing the draw. and was like WOA!

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There is a 10% off if you are a CPF user, so that'd be ~$41.50 for the three mode, incl. shipping to swe. IMO the exclusion of flashing modes is worth more than the difference between the DX price and the cnquality price. I would get that Yezl M6 if it were not for the DIY XM-L projects I am planning/initiated. Just ordered two of their "N-lights", not completely budget oriented but, I might do a review or two later on.

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