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    Default List of Currently Available HighCRI, Neutral, & Warm LED Lights

    The term “neutral” and “warm” can be subjective, manufacturer description will be used along with color temperature and/or tint bin when provided. Color temperatures and/or CRI ratings may vary since average/maximum/minimum ratings may be used.

    4sevens
    - High CRI Preon 1: High CRI (85+) Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Preon 2: High CRI (85+) Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark 123: High CRI (85+) Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark 123 2: High CRI (85+) Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark Mini 123: High CRI (85+) Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark Mini CR2: High CRI (85+) Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Maelstrom X7: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Preon 2: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark 1232: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark 1232 Tactical: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark 1232 Turbo X: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Quark AA2: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark AA2 Tactical: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark Mini AA2: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark Mini 123: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Neutral-white Quark MiniX 123: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Quark X 1232: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Quark X 1232 Tactical: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Quark X AA2: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Quark X AA2 Tactical: Neutral Cree XM-L

    Armytek
    - Predator: 3000K High CRI (90) Cree XP-G
    - Predator: 4000K Neutral Cree XP-G

    Dereelight
    - D26 300 lumens series (Drop In): Neutral Warm White Cree XP-E, 4A Tint Bin
    - P60 700 lumens XM-L series (Drop In): Neutral Warm White Cree XM-L (T6 efficiency bin)
    - P60 700 lumens XM-L series (Drop In): Warm White Cree XM-L (T3 efficiency bin)

    Eagletac
    - M2XC4: Neutral Cree XP-E
    - M2SC4: Neutral Cree MC-E
    - P20A2 MKII: Neutral Cree XP-E Tint Bin 5A

    Fenix
    - E21 Neutral White: Neutral Cree XP-E
    - LD25: 4000K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - LD40: Neutral Cree XP-G

    HDS Systems
    - EDC-E1S-Hcri: 3700K 90 CRI

    Jetbeam
    - BC40 Neutral: 4750K Neutral Cree XM-L
    - PA40 Neutral: 4750K Neutral Cree XM-L

    Lumintop
    - P16 Neutral: Neutral White Cree XP-G
    - P1A Neutral: Neutral White Cree XP-G
    - P1C Neutral: Neutral White Cree XP-G
    - P2A Neutral: Neutral White Cree XP-G
    - P2C Neutral: Neutral White Cree XP-G
    - TD15X Neutral: Neutral White Cree XM-L 5C tint bin

    Lumens Factory
    - D26 3 mode (Drop In): 2600-3200K 90 CRI Warm White HighCRI Cree XPG
    - D26 Single mode (Drop In): 2600-3200K 90 CRI Warm White HighCRI Cree XPG

    Malkoff Devices (turn key/entire lights are available, contact dealers/manufacturer for details)
    - M60N (Drop In): Neutral Cree XR-E
    - M60NF (Drop In): Neutral Cree XR-E
    - M61N (Drop In): Neutral Cree XP-G
    - M61NL (Drop In): Neutral Cree XP-G
    - M61NLL (Drop In): Neutral Cree XP-G
    - M61W (Drop In): 3700K 80CRI Cree XP-G
    - M61WL (Drop In): 3700K 80CRI Cree XP-G
    - M61WLL (Drop In): 3700K 80CRI Cree XP-G
    - M91W (Drop In): 3500K 80CRI Cree XM-L (limited or no availability)

    McGizmo
    ‑ Haiku: HighCRI Nichia 119T
    - Mule: HighCRI Nichia 119T
    - Sundrop: Nichia 083

    Peak
    - Eiger: 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI
    - El Capitan: 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI
    - First Responder (special order): 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI
    - Logan: 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI
    - Night Patrol 300 (special order): 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI
    - Search and Rescue 450 (special order): 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI
    - Volcan: 3000K Cree XPG Warm/Neutral White 85 CRI

    Romisen
    - several offerings? (if someone wants to provide a current list I’ll insert it)

    Shiningbeam
    - I-mini Neutral White: Neutral Cree XP-G, 3B Tint Bin
    - Spark Neutral White: Neutral Cree XP-G, 3B Tint Bin

    SolarForce
    - Warm P4 (Drop In): Warm “Yellow light” Cree XR-E

    Spark
    - SD52-NW (Headlamp): Neutral Cree XM-L
    - SD6-460NW (Headlamp): Neutral Cree XM-L
    - SL5-190NW: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - SL6-740NW: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - SL6S-740NW: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - ST5-190NW (Headlamp): Neutral Cree XM-L
    - ST6-200NW (Headlamp): Neutral Cree XP-E
    - ST6-460NW (Headlamp): Neutral Cree XM-L

    Sunwayman
    - M20C Neutral: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - V10R Neutral: Neutral Cree XM-L

    Surefire
    - Minimus Vision (headlamp): "warm incandescent-like light", Surefire website

    TorchLAB
    - Moddoolar Head L3: Neutral Cree XP-E
    - Moddoolar Head L3: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Moddoolar Head L3: Warm/HighCRI XP-G
    - Triple/60 L3: Neutral Cree XP-E
    - Triple/60 L3: Neutral Cree XP-G
    - Triple/60 L3: Warm/HighCRI Cree XP-G


    Thrunite
    - Catapult 3v XM-L Neutral: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutron Neutral: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutron 2AA Neutral: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - P60 Neutral White (Drop In): 3500K Neutral Cree XM-L

    Xeno
    - E03 Neutral White: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - E03 Warm White: Warm Cree XM-L

    Zebralight
    - H51Fc (headlamp): 4000K Philips Lexeon Rebel
    - H51Fw (headlamp): 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - H51w (headlamp): 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - H501w: 4000-4300K Neutral Cree XR-E 5A Tint Bin
    - SC31Fw: 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - SC31w: 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - SC51c: 4000K Philips Luxeon Rebel
    - SC51Fw: 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - SC51w: 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - SC60w: 4200K Neutral Cree XP-G
    - SC600w: 4200K Neutral Cree XM-L

    I am only including lights that can be purchased currently, or have a firm release date. I do not plan on including lights from dealextreme, ebay, low-quality lights, etc. Please post any corrections, lights/manufacturers that I have not listed, new models, or lights that are unavailable/sold out (so I can remove them/update status). When posting lights not currently included in this list I would appreciate if you can provide the following if possible: Manufacturer, Model, LED Emitter Brand & Model, Color Temperature, CRI, and Tint Bin when available. I plan on keeping this updated, thanks in advance.
    Last edited by TyJo; 12-30-2011 at 09:29 PM.

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    Good idea,

    May I suggest Malkoff Devices lights. There are a number of complete lights (Which I believe you can ask Gene to build something neutral or warm, best to email him though), and the turnkey MD2 can be ordered with warm dropins

    Currently Available Dropins:
    M61W XP-G Colour temp 3700k, 80CRI
    M61WL XP-G Colour temp 3700k, 80CRI
    M61WLL XP-G Colour temp 3700k, 80CRI

    Currently out of stock, but sometimes in stock:
    M91W XM-L Colour Temp 3500K, 80CRI
    M31W
    M31WL (not sure of the existence of an M31WLL

    Out of stock and not available except maybe marketplace:
    M60W
    M60WL
    M60WLL (At least one M60WLLF is out there)
    M30W
    M30WL
    M60 MC-E W (Various versions incl. DD)

    Available bodies and heads are of course, MD2, 3, 4, VME, twisty, elzetta etc or any surefire that takes p60 dropin's

    Of course, maybe dropin's can be a seperate thread... just thought I would put in MD2's with dropin's because they are turnkey




    Lastly, would HDS Systems High CRI count as warm? or would it depend on tint / colour temp?
    Last edited by tolkaze; 10-30-2011 at 10:56 PM. Reason: Splitting up information more Re: dropins
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    I'm not sure if you are going to include the Shiningbeam (including Romisen) in the low quality segment or not but they have several Neutral tint toches available.
    1. Jet Beam MC-E in OD Green 2. Mini-X 123 R-5 XP-G 3. Fenix E05 XP-G R2 4. Romisen RC-G2 Q3-5C XR-E Next- Romisen RV-235 2xAA R4 XP-G Neutral 3D Tint

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolkaze View Post
    May I suggest Malkoff Devices lights. There are a number of complete lights (Which I believe you can ask Gene to build something neutral or warm, best to email him though), and the turnkey MD2 can be ordered with warm dropins
    Thanks, can't believe I forgot that one. Thanks for adding color temp info as well. I would like to include drop ins along with the complete lights.

    Quote Originally Posted by tolkaze View Post
    Lastly, would HDS Systems High CRI count as warm? or would it depend on tint / colour temp?
    I have not included HDS Systems because they do not offer a HighCRI/Warm/Neutral version currently, when/if they do again I will definitely include them. This is where subjectivity can influence what lights I should include and I would like some feedback on this. I am thinking that lights will require one of the following, but this is a general rule: have a color temp under 5000K or have a CRI at or above 85. I'd like this to be a reference list since these offerings are often limited and have a tendency to come and go, so I'm not as concerned with excluding lights but rather including all HighCRI/Warm/Neutral lights.

    Quote Originally Posted by nickdolin View Post
    I'm not sure if you are going to include the Shiningbeam (including Romisen) in the low quality segment or not but they have several Neutral tint toches available.
    I wasn't sure about this, but I think for the purposes of this thread I should include them. I am not familiar with their offerings, along with several other manufacturers, so information is appreciated about these lights.
    Last edited by TyJo; 10-31-2011 at 02:43 AM.

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    The TerraLUX LightStar 80 is a High CRI light. It runs on 2 AAA batteries and is for sale at Battery Junction. I don't own one.

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    TorchLAB

    Triple/60 L3 neutral XPE
    Triple/60 L3 neutral XPG
    Triple/60 L3 warm/high cri XPG

    Moddoolar Head L3 neutral XPE
    Moddoolar Head L3 neutral XPG
    Moddoolar Head L3 warm/high cri XPG


    Malkoff

    M60N neutral XRE
    M60NF neutral flood XRE

    M61N neutral XPG
    M61NL neutral XPG
    M61NLL neutral XPG



    Peak high CRI are currently in development…

    HDS high CRI are currently in development…

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyJo View Post
    Thanks, can't believe I forgot that one. Thanks for adding color temp info as well. I would like to include drop ins along with the complete lights.



    I have not included HDS Systems because they do not offer a HighCRI/Warm/Neutral version currently, when/if they do again I will definitely include them. This is where subjectivity can influence what lights I should include and I would like some feedback on this. Right now I was thinking that lights will have to have one of the following, but this is a general rule: have a color temp under 5000K or have a CRI at or above 85. I'd like this to be a reference list since these offerings are often limited and have a tendency to come and go, so I'm not as concerned with excluding lights but rather including all HighCRI/Warm/Neutral lights.



    I wasn't sure about this, but I think for the purposes of this thread I should include them. I am not familiar with their offerings, along with several other manufacturers, so information is appreciated about these lights.
    I own one Romisen with the Q3-5C emitter and while it isn't a med-high end light.. it's a solid little flashlight for a very solid price.
    1. Jet Beam MC-E in OD Green 2. Mini-X 123 R-5 XP-G 3. Fenix E05 XP-G R2 4. Romisen RC-G2 Q3-5C XR-E Next- Romisen RV-235 2xAA R4 XP-G Neutral 3D Tint

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgen View Post
    The TerraLUX LightStar 80 is a High CRI light. It runs on 2 AAA batteries and is for sale at Battery Junction. I don't own one.
    Tried a quick search and didn't find any info on HighCRI/Neutral/Warm information. I found the Battery Junction dealer page but I'd like manufacturer specifics before I include it in the OP. Does anyone have links?
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    For a short time McGizmo provided warm XP-G emitters but he mentioned that he is not going to do that anymore. He might have one more warm XP-G left and when that is sold it is sold. No more.

    What he have currently is the Nichia 119T high CRI emitter used in the Haiku and the Mule as well as the Nichia 083B used in the Sundrop.
    Last edited by pjandyho; 10-31-2011 at 03:37 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TyJo View Post
    I wasn't sure about this, but I think for the purposes of this thread I should include them. I am not familiar with their offerings, along with several other manufacturers, so information is appreciated about these lights.
    Circa 2 years ago - they were - stay with me, the premium brand of the budget CPF group. So premium in fact that they were the only "budget" light included in Selfbuilt's 2xAA roundup...and I believe other battery configuration roundups as well. Relatively speaking, I think they hold the same status.

    Solid light- check the specs, not the top of the curve, but sans-specs - very solid lights, and as well-made as any general-higher-end CPF manufacturer. I took mine swimming in Dubai/Egypt (both times oceans), and loads of other places - never a problem. I eventually replaced it as my travel light as:

    1.) Outdated emitter...somewhat
    2.) Bit simple U.I. (two level, in my Shiningbeam-modified version)
    3.) Was ready to commit to Eneloops intead of primaries (with the lower voltages this light drove the emitter at - it was the best idea for primaries - but at this point...meh...I was too addicted to flashlights, I'll just lug around a compact charger like the dork I am).
    4.) Wanted something a lot less tankishly-built - thing was bulky, and quite heavy in my man-purse for travel.

    Anyway...great brand for what they are. Simple lights, but robust ones, and cheap. Think Surefire-lumens-performance and UI flexibility, with 4sevens reliability. The worst of both worlds, yet...both worlds far above the average light, and awfully good for the price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jorgen View Post
    The TerraLUX LightStar 80 is a High CRI light. It runs on 2 AAA batteries and is for sale at Battery Junction. I don't own one.
    Any idea what sort of high CRI emitter is in there?
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    Is SWM counted in yet?
    I believe they are neutral white

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    Quote Originally Posted by jh333233 View Post
    Is SWM counted in yet?
    I believe they are neutral white
    They are available only in limited edition of 80 pieces. Should it be counted in? So are the Quarks and Preons from 4Sevens.
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    good idea TyJo !
    some suggestions :

    Dereelight
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    d26 pills for p60 hosts and dbs- xp-e neutral r2 4a
    - xm-l neutral t6 3c
    - xm-l warm t3 (unknown tint)

    LumensFactory
    - xp-g ww high cri dropins

    ShiningBeam
    - s-mini xp-g r4 neutral 3d

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    TyJo,
    Don't forget the new Lumintop personal series:
    -P16
    -P1C
    -P1A
    -P2A
    -P2C

    All available with a Neutral White R4 XP-G.
    They are very reasonably priced. While they may not be widely available, there is an online US supplier for them. I know they're delivering, because I've had my R4 P2C for about a month already.

    Also, SolarForce still has some P4 XR-E warm/yellow drop-ins on their site.

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    Don't forget the Xeno e03 XM-L. It comes in cool white, Neutral white, and warm white. I love the color in warm white (looks incandescent but not pukeishly yellow. Looks like a nice video light).

    Does anyone know if the XML P60 warm plugins are PWM? I'd like to have them as a backup photo light but PWM doesn't
    Play nice with photos.

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    A few more 4sevens lights currently available (as of 2011/12/02)...

    - Neutral-white Quark 1232 Turbo X: Neutral Cree XM-L
    - Neutral-white Maelstrom X7: Neutral Cree XM-L

    - High CRI Preon 1: High CRI Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Preon 2: High CRI Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark 123: High CRI Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark 1232: High CRI Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark Mini AA: High CRI Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark Mini 123: High CRI Cree XP-G
    - High CRI Quark Mini CR2: High CRI Cree XP-G

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    Still available directly from the Zebralight web site:

    H501w (headlamp): Neutral 4000-4300 K XR-E Q3 5A

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    Illumination Supply has the M31, M61, M61L with the Cree HCRI XP-G
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    Ok everything should be updated, let me know if it isn't or if I posted anything incorrectly. I didn't include the High CRI Quark mini AA because it was out of stock. The M31W, M61W, and M61WL were back order/out of stock so I didn't include them either.

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    So is the Preon 2 HCRI the brightest HCRI that runs on AA/AAA NiMH batteries? 4Sevens claims 160 OTF lumens, which bests the Zebralight SC51c at 130 lumens.

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    Those who look for incandescent-like flashlights (i.e. warm tint, 90+ CRI) may be interested by this modded flashlight that uses a XP-G 90 and a flat-regulation driver: "Ultrafire C2 v3 spéciale XP-G high CRI" (in French) by the modder PuissanceLED.
    Last edited by Cavannus; 02-18-2012 at 04:02 PM.

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    check out the Eagletac-usaDOTcom website. it has tons of neutralwhite stuff (e.g. the Eagtac T20 dropins and others).
    your call

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    I am incandescent-nostalgic although I've never liked their lack of regulation (even in the 1990's).

    So I've looked for flashlights that use the Cree XP-G 90 led and the only models I've found are the Armytek Predator (great flashlight that I own), the HDS (that I ordered, since I already have an HDS that I love), and the Moddoolar (that I've never seen in person). Plus the one I mention above.

    Others flashlights seem to have either a lower CRI (80 or 85 which is comparable to a standard tri-phosphor fluorescent tube rather than an incandescent bulb) or a higher colour temperature (4000K).
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    terralux has high cri (90+) too
    again your call

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    Interesting -- thanks for the info.

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    Great reference list, thanks
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    Eagletac's G25C2 comes in neutral flavor, I think some of their other lights (D25?) also do too. Now I'm even more torn on my replacement EDC...

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    Elektro Lumens has warm tints avail for most of their lights, I have a warm Big Bruiser for example.

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    Eagletac m3C4 XM-L neutral T5

    Nailbender (Drop In) XP-G High CRI, neutral, warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) XM-L neutral, warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) XP-E neutral, warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) XR-E neutral, warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) MC-E neutral, warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) Diamond Dragon warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) SST-50 neutral
    Nailbender (Drop In) SST-90 neutral, warm
    Nailbender (Drop In) P4 High CRI, neutral, warm

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