father's Day GAW - Win a three-color flashlight CYANSKY H3 V2.0

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Hi, everyone! Thank you for all your active participation. The winners of the Father’s Giveaway Event are:

  1. joran05j
  2. korpzgrinda

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Hi, guys,

Father’s Day is fast approaching, and we are ready!
Participate in our giveaway, let’s celebrate Father’s Day with amazing gifts.

Prize: 2pcs * H3 V2.0 multicolor flashlight (Value $109.95/pcs)

How to join:
1, Reply to the post: CYANSKY 2023
2, What color of light do you prefer and when would you use red or green light? Leave your thoughts on the H3 V2.0 three-color flashlight in the comments section. We will randomly select two lucky winners on June 19th to win our newly released H3 V2.0 three-color hunting flashlight. Good luck! :heart:

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Here are some details about the new release H3 V2.0 multicolor flashlight.
CYANSKY H3 V2.0 is a flashlight designed for hunting with a novel patented built-in filter technology that can output white, red, and green light without requiring users to install additional filters. In addition, the flashlight has excellent performance, including a long beam distance of 575 meters, high brightness of 1600 lumens, IP68 waterproof and dustproof performance, and 2 meters impact resistance. In addition, it is powered by a 5000mAh 21700 lithium battery, which is equipped with a Type-C charging port for up to 400 hours of continuous use, providing users with an efficient, practical, and convenient experience.

:white_check_mark: Built-in filters patent technology, 3 colors in one flashlight
:white_check_mark: Body swivel ring for changing light color, without extra filters
:white_check_mark: 1 * Luminus SFT-40-W LED with 50,000 hours of lifespan.
:white_check_mark: 1* 5000mAh 21700 lithium-ion battery.
:white_check_mark: White light: max. 1600 lumen/575 meter/82656 candela
:white_check_mark: Green light: max. 400 lumen/288 meter/20736 candela
:white_check_mark: Red light: max. 100 lumen/123 meter/3782 candela
:white_check_mark: 2-lumen ECO mode, Max 400 hours runtime
:white_check_mark: Gold-plated double springs design anti-shock to prevent strong impact
:white_check_mark: Waterproof: IP68(2 meters underwater)
:white_check_mark: Impact Resistance: 2 meters
:white_check_mark: Working Temperature: -30℃ ~ 55℃ / -22℉ ~ 131℉

Check out the website for more info on the flashlight: https://cyanskylight.com/product/h3-v2-0-multi-color-long-range-hunting-flashlight/
AliExpress product link: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005005690125335.html

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Interesting flashlight to check.
I prefer red light and I usually use red light in combination of night vision goggles.
Thank you for the GAW and good luck to the participants.

CYANSKY 2023. Thanks for the GAW.

I still have to own my first Cyansky light, but I don’t think I’m going hunting with it.
Wild boars have trouble with green and red light. In fact, they can’t see red light.

We would call that colorblind.
Just like humans, if one (or more) of three types of “sensors” for different colors is not functioning well.
With humans, that’s not normal. With wild boars, that’s normal. BTW dogs can’t see red either.


With red light, there is less confusing night vision and that light is less likely to attract insects.


Do we need a reason for great flashlights? Many people say that green is good for throwers, I’d like to see if this is true.


I use red light, it doesn’t bother anyone and you can guide yourself at night only with the red.

You can always switch to white when needed.

Thank you.


I prefer a warm white 3500K light to cut through fog at night.

I use a red light when hunting.


I usually prefer warm white light but also use red at night sometimes to maintain my night vision.

Thanks for the GAW!


I prefer green light → It’s more fun!

Tred is great for night vision, and some animals cannot see it. I haven’t ever tried a green light, would be great to try.


I like flashlights with SFT 40 diode and I use red light sometimes in hunting.
I don’t have green light flashlight but I would like to try it.

I have a couple of red light flashlights and I use them at night. Don’t have green light one although I wouldn’t mind trying it out.


I think I’d use red and green for fun. Maybe some kind of “stop and go” game with the kids.

That rotating ring is really interesting.

Thanks for the GAW!

I prefer white neutral with negative Duv, and I would use red, if i was outside with bugs, to not attract them to myself.
the H3 V2.0 three-color flashlight is interesting, but you probably loose quite a bit of light that way, compare for example to Wurkkos WK40


Thanks for the giveaway. I like the red light since it doesn’t strain the eyes or bother others as much in the darkness


I like to use red light when I’m camping, or when my family is sleeping and I don’t want to disturb them. But I never seem to have my red light when I need it.

Thanks for the giveaway, Cyanskyflashlight!
(I’m not in this one.)

Cyansky 2023!

I prefer green in a light like this. You lose distance with red.


I like the option for red or green. Typically I would use red much more for my backyard astronomy activities. As well as low light , preserve my night vision, requirements.
But Green is nice to have, though I am not sure when I would use it other than just variety.

I prefer white light as it is most useful. However, for colored light I prefer red as it least affects night vision.

Thanks for the giveaway!