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Sofirn IF25A flashlight- 4000k or 6500k - $32.89 - Amazon

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Just received a promo email for the Sofirn IF25A. This is hands down one of my favorite lights for it's size, output, and build quality. With 3800 lumen in this form factor plus USB-C charging, it gets a lot of use. Both the 4000k variant and 6500k are on sale until May 31, 11:59pm {PDT).


IF25A Original price: $ 46.99
Deal price:$ 32.89 (code+coupon)
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Good price overall, not best but good. Thanks OP.
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Why would someone choose the 4000k over the 6500K? To me you would want the brightest but not sure. Maybe battery life?
That is the color warmness not brightness (lumens)

check out r/flashlights on reddit to learn more from the crazy flashlight beamshot ppl
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That is the color warmness not brightness (lumens)

check out r/flashlights on reddit to learn more from the crazy flashlight beamshot ppl
Ok,thx
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Why would someone choose the 4000k over the 6500K? To me you would want the brightest but not sure. Maybe battery life?
6500K can be very harsh on the eyes, even with a high CRI. It mostly depends on the application and needs.
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I fish at night many times and usually have several Stanley searchlights and the like but am always looking for something dependable, bright, rechargeable, bright, weatherproof and did I mention bright?

I was looking through Amazon just last night and found several but then read the one-star reviews about cheap materials and workmanship, etc..

Anyone with experience with this model, how is this one?
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I fish at night many times and usually have several Stanley searchlights and the like but am always looking for something dependable, bright, rechargeable, bright, weatherproof and did I mention bright?

I was looking through Amazon just last night and found several but then read the one-star reviews about cheap materials and workmanship, etc..

Anyone with experience with this model, how is this one?
I don't have this particular light, but I do have a Sofirn, and I'm quite pleased with it (had better part of a year, I'd say). It's not cheaply built. Most users of Sofirn would say the same, I'd wager.
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Why would someone choose the 4000k over the 6500K? To me you would want the brightest but not sure. Maybe battery life?
The "K" there is representative of the Kelvin Scale, a measurement of color, not brightness.

Essentially, 3200K (degrees Kelvin) is the "warm" color of an incandescent bulb, 5600K is the accepted color of the sun (at the equator, on the Equinox, at noon, on a cloudless day). I say accepted because it's really kinda 5400K, but, the math is easier with 5600K.

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Why would someone choose the 4000k over the 6500K? To me you would want the brightest but not sure. Maybe battery life?
The brighter these lights are the hotter they get
These lights can burn you pretty good if you touch the business end
These lights have a stepdown feature and you only get max brightness for a few minutes and then they automatically reduce light power. You dont want to lay down one of these hotties in a tent

From description"

"Advanced Technology Applied: Intelligent temperature control prevent overheating by reducing the output;"
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I legitimately own around 25 Sofirn flashlights and this is one of the models that I don't currently own, but that I have specifically wanted, so I am really tempted to snatch one, while this deal is available.

From what I've read, on Reddit, this is a very popular flashlight and most people are very satisfied, and very impressed, with it. And being at the 4000K model is available, for folks, who would prefer to have a flashlight that would help to more-clearly see things at night, it would seem to be a great option for that.

For those of y'all, who don't already have a massive flashlight collection, if you're in need of a relatively small, impressively bright, EDC-type flashlight, I would have to think that this would be a great choice and that you would be genuinely satisfied with it, because this is a badass little flashlight.

Also, much thanks to the OP, for posting this deal on here, for others to see. Keep up the great work!
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I legitimately own around 25 Sofirn flashlights and this is one of the models that I don't currently own, but that I have specifically wanted, so I am really tempted to snatch one, while this deal is available.

From what I've read, on Reddit, this is a very popular flashlight and most people are very satisfied, and very impressed, with it. And being at the 4000K model is available, for folks, who would prefer to have a flashlight that would help to more-clearly see things at night, it would seem to be a great option for that.

For those of y'all, who don't already have a massive flashlight collection, if you're in need of a relatively small, impressively bright, EDC-type flashlight, I would have to think that this would be a great choice and that you would be genuinely satisfied with it, because this is a badass little flashlight.

Also, much thanks to the OP, for posting this deal on here, for others to see. Keep up the great work!
Agreed... I hadn't even seen this model yet, but have been wondering when they would switch to the 21700 cells, as they appear to be even cheaper than 18650s nowadays, although I would pay a few bucks more for a 4500mAh or 5000 mAh cell. Looks a bit too large for EDU in jeans pocket, but def fine for a backpack or to leave in the car.
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Quote from BillyJackAz :
I legitimately own around 25 Sofirn flashlights and this is one of the models that I don't currently own, but that I have specifically wanted, so I am really tempted to snatch one, while this deal is available.

From what I've read, on Reddit, this is a very popular flashlight and most people are very satisfied, and very impressed, with it. And being at the 4000K model is available, for folks, who would prefer to have a flashlight that would help to more-clearly see things at night, it would seem to be a great option for that.

For those of y'all, who don't already have a massive flashlight collection, if you're in need of a relatively small, impressively bright, EDC-type flashlight, I would have to think that this would be a great choice and that you would be genuinely satisfied with it, because this is a badass little flashlight.

Also, much thanks to the OP, for posting this deal on here, for others to see. Keep up the great work!
I wouldn't classify this as an EDC flashlight. I own two sofirn flashlights. One I use for work is the SP10V3 since it's compact and has a deep carry clip and it has basic features. My other EDC out of work is the SC31PRO which has the 2.0 UI but I dislike not having a deep carry clip on it. This model in this post isn't an EDC for most users since it's slightly bulkier than the Sc31 and equivalent lights. With that being said, I say some people might care about size and they'll definitely rock this light as an EDC light for their everyday use.
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5% is not avail, Just me?
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Why would someone choose the 4000k over the 6500K? To me you would want the brightest but not sure. Maybe battery life?
In my case while removing the dashboard from my Mazda I had an 800 lumen flashlight that was too bright and had to step down to a 140 lumen which is much easier on the eyes in close tight quarters
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