[Group Buy] Lumintop ED25 Cree XM-L2 620LM AA 6-mode Tactical Outdoor LED Flashlight

Lumintop ED25 Cree XM-L2 620LM AA 6-mode Tactical Outdoor LED Flashlight

Price: $17.95 (usual $29.95)

Coupon:  LMTED25 

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Valid Till : Mar 2017

Features


  • Uses XM-L2 LED with 50000 life span
  • Type 3 Military Grade Anodizing ( Matte Finish )
  • Standard Modes ( Pressing Tail Cap Through Modes )
  • Runtime
    – High ( 1.5 hours )
    – Medium ( 10 Hours )
    – Low ( 200 hours )
    – Break Away Mode ( 1/4 Turn To The Flashlight Head To Access Strobe or Beacon Modes)
    – Strobe ( 40 Hours )
    – Beacon flashes every 3 seconds ( 530 Hours )
    – Beacon flashes every 1 second ( 170 Hours )

Specifications

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Just performed a quick output measurements to compare with BLF A6 and Imalent DN11 (with LCD lumens display).

BLF A6 with 30Q 

Level 5 – 980lux
Level 6 – 1868lux
Level 7 – 3060lux

Approximate lumen output for Lvl 6 and Lvl 7, are 798lm and 1386lm respectively (based on http://budgetlightforum.com/node/41726).

Lumintop ED25 with 2x Eneloop AA (white)

High – 1470lux (628lm*)
Medium – 229lux (98lm*)
Low – 9lux (3.8lm*)

*computed values based on A6 ouput.

Brightness Ratio –  0.3%, 15%, 100%

Imalent DN11 1000lm with 30Q

LCD 500lm – 1168lux (499lm*)
LCD  600lm – 1390lux (594lm*)
LCD 1000lm – 2470lux (1055lm*)

(measurement taken from cold start – not ANSI FL-1)

 

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Pros:

  • Branded flashlight.
  • Affordable.
  • Brightest 2xAA I have used so far.
  • Hidden blinky modes
  • Almost A grade build quality and finishing with 2mm thickness body.
  • Free quality holster.
  • AR lens.
  • Reversible pocket clip.

Cons:

  • Uses PWM for Low and Medium mode.
  • ED25 uses off time memory that will take 3-4s to kick in. I wish memory gets register earlier, or else it would feel like “next” memory mode.
  • Flashlight is longer in length than most modern 18650 format.

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