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Astrolux S41 4x Nichia 219B/ XP-G2 A6 1600LM Mini LED Flashlight, Battery Powered Flashlight, Key Chain Flashlights for Camping Hiking Travelling (Batteries Not Included)

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Price in title bub.
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Nice price. Too bad I already have SS version coming but nevertheless I'm still tempted...
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Requires a strange battery and I doubt it really outputs 1600 lumens. If it does output 1600 lumens, it'd be half the capacity of an 18650 battery (18x65mm vs 18x35mm). Not to mention the battery itself will cost more than the 18650 since it's not a common size.
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Nice price. Too bad I already have SS version coming but nevertheless I'm still tempted...
You happen to live in Prescott? What is your first name? Sorry I would PM but on my phone. I'm a Subaru guy.
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You happen to live in Prescott? What is your first name? Sorry I would PM but on my phone. I'm a Subaru guy.

NYC. But if you need any 411 just PM me.
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Requires a strange battery and I doubt it really outputs 1600 lumens. If it does output 1600 lumens, it'd be half the capacity of an 18650 battery (18x65mm vs 18x35mm). Not to mention the battery itself will cost more than the 18650 since it's not a common size.
A 18350 cell allows the light to be a much shorter length. & it's capacity will at best be 1/4 to 1/3rd that of an 18650 cell. But if you really need to run an 18650 cell then they do sell 18650 tubes for this light (@ a few dollars $3-$6 maybe? I forget)

*edit* - I don't have a light sphere but this review [budgetlightforum.com] clocks the light @ about 1,100 lumens.
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OP's first post.
Typical Chinese ebay seller username.
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Quote from NE0tekk View Post :
Requires a strange battery and I doubt it really outputs 1600 lumens. If it does output 1600 lumens, it'd be half the capacity of an 18650 battery (18x65mm vs 18x35mm). Not to mention the battery itself will cost more than the 18650 since it's not a common size.
With a spring bypass it easily puts out 1400 lumens...it draws over 9amps on both an HE2 and 25R 18650, 5.5-6.5 on an IMR 18350. The issue, if there is one has to do with beam pattern. Even with the TIR lens, it's just a total flood wash. Tons of output, but pretty much useless past 50 to 75 feet. I have the Nichia version and the light color is beautiful.
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