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Sofirn IF25A flashlight (3800 lumen) in 4000k or 6500k: $32.89 from Amazon

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Just in time for 4th of July. Another discount code for Sofirn. Coupon code goes live at 8am.

This time its the IF25A in your choice of 4000k or 6500k. Both have Anduril UI 2 control. Nice handheld size, great for camping, hiking, or walking the dog.

Super Bright : 4 x 10W SST20 LED 4000K 95 High CRI, throwing up to 420 meters (1378 ft). That's just over a 1/4 mile!

What You Get: 1x IF25A rechargeable flashlight, 1x 4000mAh battery(inserted), 1x USBC cable


IF25A Original price= $46.99
Deal price= $32.89 after code and coupon (goes live at 8am)
Code= 25V3N5QZ (goes live this hour..patience please)


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sirDavid asked this question on 06-28-2022 at 09:09 AM
06-28-2022 at 09:09 AM
The generalized answer is that, typically, the "warmer" (4000k) LEDs will render colors more accurately than the "cooler" 6500k. Also, the cooler LEDs tend to score slightly higher in lumen output than a warmer LED at the same power levels, but usually it's not a perceptible difference to the naked eye.

Personally, i would go with the 4000k and would likely never chose anything above around 5500k for any lighting source.

If you want to go down a rabbit hole: CRI (https://www.google.com/search?q=color+rendering+index)
06-28-2022 at 09:09 AM
6500k is pretty obnoxious. I generally prefer ~5000k.

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It's this guy, had to search IF25A. Coupon code indeed works, got the 65k version for $32 after 5% coupon clip and the promo code from OP.

Sofirn IF25A Rechargeable Flashlight Max 3800 LM, Flashlight High Lumens with 4X SST20 6500K LED, Anduril UI 2, for Camping, Hiking, Fishing https://a.co/d/eVnNg12
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Any reason to get one color over the other or just personal preference?
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Quote from sirDavid :
Any reason to get one color over the other or just personal preference?
The generalized answer is that, typically, the "warmer" (4000k) LEDs will render colors more accurately than the "cooler" 6500k. Also, the cooler LEDs tend to score slightly higher in lumen output than a warmer LED at the same power levels, but usually it's not a perceptible difference to the naked eye.

Personally, i would go with the 4000k and would likely never chose anything above around 5500k for any lighting source.

If you want to go down a rabbit hole: CRI [google.com]
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Quote from elwood2 :

If you want to go down a rabbit hole:
You're gonna need a flashlight.
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Quote from Purrrrito :
You're gonna need a flashlight.
Flashlight, flashlight - dammit, stop reading it wrong!
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Link is dead.... I think this is what it's supposed to be.
https://a.co/d/iMjjlpP
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Quote from sirDavid :
Any reason to get one color over the other or just personal preference?
6500k is pretty obnoxious. I generally prefer ~5000k.
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Got 1, thanks for posting
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Wish it was 5000K... 4000 may be too yellow for me, 6500 can have ugly tints (green-ish).

Anyone compare this to the SP33v3? I have the 5000K version and like it quite a bit, although most reviews give it a bad rep for some reason. Not sure if this is a noticeable upgrade.
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Quote from Wasser :
Wish it was 5000K... 4000 may be too yellow for me, 6500 can have ugly tints (green-ish).

Anyone compare this to the SP33v3? I have the 5000K version and like it quite a bit, although most reviews give it a bad rep for some reason. Not sure if this is a noticeable upgrade.
I have both and I prefer if25a in 6500K
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wish the code worked on other models
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Flashlight, flashlight - dammit, stop reading it wrong!
That's pretty funny
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wish the code worked on other models
Join their facebook group, ask for a code. They usually give them out.
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