Thrunite TH10 XM-L2 Neutral White Headlamp

I’m not too sure I can post this here. I looked through the BLF rules but didn’t see anything. This is my relapse as a flashaholic :smiley:

I’ve got a brand new Thrunite TH10 XM-L2 Neutral White Headlamp available for sale. I basically bought it, turned it on and realized I prefer warm white instead of the neutral white. I wish I physically had the item to test out before buying it. Oh well… My loss is your gain. It’s literally been turned on for less than 3 minutes and cycled through the various modes to check for functionality.

$39 total with free shipping to anywhere in the continental US. http://www.ebay.com/itm/262150437028

Let me know if you have any questions. Full specs below:

Features

Featuring the advanced CREE XM-L2 LED emitter, with a lifespan of over 20 years, the TH10 is able to put out 750 lumens using just a single 18650 battery. For great versatility, it can also accept two CR123 or two RCR123A batteries.
The TH10(NW) is also able to shine as little as 0.2 lumens in it’s special Firefly mode—perfect for night-adapted vision or avoiding drawing attention.
The entire body of this headlamp is made from aircraft grade aluminum, which gives it exceptional durability and excellent heat dissipation, allowing it to maintain high output for extended periods of time.
The TH10(NW) includes a built-in SOS signaling mode, which can be essential when roaming out in the wild or confronting a dangerous situation.
The TH10(NW) also features instant access to Turbo mode, the maximum output, from any mode. This means no matter what mode you’re using, or even if the light is off, you always have the max brightness available right when you need it most.

Specifications

LED: Cree XM-L2 LED with a lifespan of 20+years of run time.
Mode & Runtime: Firefly(0.2 lumens, 65 days), Low(11 lumens, 107hours), Medium(172 lumens, 9 hours ), High(490 lumens, 178 minutes), Turbo(750 lumens, 118 minutes),SOS(750 lumens, 270 minutes).
Battery Applicable: 1x18650 battery, 2xCR123 batteries or 2xRCR123A batteries.
Working voltage: 2.7-12 V.
Reflector: Orange Peel.
Peak Beam Intensity: 5490 cd
Beam Distance: 148 m
Dimension: 77.8 mm(H) * 53 mm(L) * 32.2 mm(head diameter).
Weight: 132.4 g(without battery).
Waterproof: IPX-8(1.5 m)
Impact Resistance: 2 m.
Material: Aircraft grade aluminum body structure with premium type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish.

Accessories: O ring, Spare inner switch cap.

Operation

Battery Installation:

Screw off the tail cap(the right cap when the switch is facing up), insert the battery with the positive terminal pointing the battery tube and then screw on the tail cap.

Single press the switch to turn the light on/off.

Change modes

When the light is on, long press the switch to cycle through low, middle and high.
When the light is off, long press the switch to turn to firefly mode.
Double click to turn to turbo mode from any mode(even when the light is off).
Double click to activate SOS mode from turbo.

Memory function

The light will turn on in the last mode accessed, except for turbo or SOS mode.
ITC Technology

The light will automatically lower the current when temperature in LED or driver rises high to protect the flashlight from overheating.
Thus extending its lifespan.

I have this lamp and it is fantastic!

It is a good headlamp. I found a review on youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmRRMzKz1Ok

I have a Makita battery pack that died. It has 10 sony 18650 konion cells in it at 1500mah each.

These are nice cells.

Not sure the value though, just thought I would see if you might want to trade ?

Sorry, it’s for sale only. No trades as I actually need the money. Cheers!

last bump. Auction ends in less than 2 hours. http://www.ebay.com/itm/262150437028

Little late to the party but is this headlamp still available? Looking for around 5K Kelvin (more of a TRUE white). How much does this lean towards the yellowish/red side, at neutral?

Looks like a copy/paste of some advertising/promo material from websites…