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20k lumen? 😂
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Fake lumen ratings. Chinese trash.
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It says seven modes. Are these the ones u have to cycle thru the modes by switching it on and off and on again until u get the one u want. If so that's annoying.
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20k lumen? 😂
Uh huh, 20k lumens from 4 AAA batteries.

They do claim XHP70.2. Even if it's true they use that emitter, max for one is around 6k lumens with a good driver.

That LED emitter alone is about $25. Doubt they could put that in a $12 light. Part of me wants to try. Return to Amazon if they suck.
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Most LEDs are rated at around 100 lumens/W and at the very most 300/W (ultra high end Cree). Getting 20K lumens from a 20W light is beyond the theoretical limit of 350 lumens/W.

Looking at wattage will give you an idea of the true luminosity. I always go with 100 lumens/W as a general idea for brightness.
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Specific codes only work once
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Fake lumen ratings. Chinese trash.
Exactly.
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Promo codes dont work
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Shill post and cheap chinese junk. These will be in the landfill in 1 year
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Yet another SD Staff post for pure garbage with false lumen ratings on more Amazon junk. Anything for that affiliate fee!
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Most LEDs are rated at around 100 lumens/W and at the very most 300/W (ultra high end Cree). Getting 20K lumens from a 20W light is beyond the theoretical limit of 350 lumens/W.

Looking at wattage will give you an idea of the true luminosity. I always go with 100 lumens/W as a general idea for brightness.
Can it have longer throw but less lumens? Maybe using some kind of magnifying glass and mirror tricks? I have one of those older slide to focus cheap Chinese flashlights and they throw a square beam on focus position and I can clearly see 200ft away. I am looking for something like that but brighter at that distance, not a super wide spread.
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Ordered the "20000" Lumen/30W model, thanks!
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Very bright I love the two I have
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