Describing Acebeam’s new X70 as “bright” is like saying a hurricane or typhoon is “windy”. Delivering an unprecedented 60,000 lumens in a 1,115metre beam.
The lumens are served up by a Cree XHP35 HI chip backed by 12 Cree XHP70.2 emitters, fuelled by a rechargeable battery pack with 8 Sony VTC6 18650 lithium ion batteries, and focused by a complex reflector into an epic beam, brilliantly lighting objects as far as you can see. The heat from these LEDs is dissipated by a centrifugal fan built into the carrying handle and powered by a separate rechargeable 18650 cell, allowing the X70 to sustain outputs of up to 18,000 lumens for 50 minutes and blast out 25,000 lumens for 8 minutes or 60,000 lumens for nearly a minute – durations which are not practical without active cooling.
The X70 represents a new benchmark in portable lighting. Darkness stands no chance against anyone armed with this flashlight, which is uniquely suited to search-and-rescue, military and marine operations, forestry and game-park management, and so much more.
311kcd is impressive. Hope it was done outdoor and no more surprise for buyer.
And where is the charging port? Is it Acebeam has out of Kodak film and can’t take more pictures? Go to to shop and buy some films please.
By the way, Imalent MS12 design is with some holes on bezel so that it can clip the shoulder strap on, that’s very strange design as the hole and clip will be in the way of sea of lumens.