This covers the two hottest points in the vote result graphs, and I’m hoping they’ll make both.
It would probably be better if they could do LH351D in 4500K, but that doesn’t exist. So, 4000K seems to be the closest option. Also, XP-L HI comes in either ~4875K or ~5125K, not exactly 5000. So of the two, I recommended the one which was more popular.
Thank you, but I’m afraid there are some mistakes.
I’ve been checking from the beginning,
I don’t know if I will before the group buyout closes.
If it happens, I’ll be sorry for those who applied and are not on the list.
I meant to update the list before leaving for my trip, but I ran out of time. However, when I return, I plan to check everything since my previous update… which will probably catch any errors if there are any.
The XPL HI has a narrower beam with worse vividness / color accuracy and a tint much like the average ‘daylight white’ led you may have seen. It also costs 20% more - up to $36 from $30. The LH351D has a wider beam with very good color quality and a warmer tint than the other. Still closer in tint to most daylight leds than it is to an incandescent or many ‘warm white’ leds.
Good point Firelight2. :+1:
This light is also speced to use a Carclo Narrow Spot Frosted TIR (10511) Optic, .
So, as has been mentioned before: While the polls #1 choice, the XP-L HI; may well “throw” a bit further…. it is far from a ‘thrower’ as used in this light.