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    Quote Originally Posted by Flight_Deck View Post
    I emailed LightJunction yesterday, and they said 1 to 2 weeks.

    As to higher output with an RCR123A, they still rate V10R at 210 lumens with an acceptable voltage range of 0.9 to 4.2 volts, exactly the same as the M11R specs are claiming (and we know how the V10R rocks with a rechargeable), so I'm certainly hopeful.
    Trust me. 500 lumens is coming.


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    In which light....I want one!
    Quote Originally Posted by Ualnosaj View Post
    Trust me. 500 lumens is coming.


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    Great, now lets get it going in a 2cell so it will be long enough to hold & operate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ualnosaj View Post
    Trust me. 500 lumens is coming.
    Sweeeeeeet.

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    I can't really say other than it's, oh, about the size of a... hm SWM V10R? And there's a shiny finish and a dull finish, if you catch my drift I can't wait either. You know that SWM thread where they posted all those "amateur" pictures? They weren't kidding.

    EDIT: Not aware of a 2 cell or 18650 in the pipeline though.

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    Oh the Ti2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. LED View Post
    Oh the Ti2
    No, not the Ti2


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ualnosaj View Post
    No, not the Ti2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flight_Deck View Post
    I emailed LightJunction yesterday, and they said 1 to 2 weeks.

    As to higher output with an RCR123A, they still rate V10R at 210 lumens with an acceptable voltage range of 0.9 to 4.2 volts, exactly the same as the M11R specs are claiming (and we know how the V10R rocks with a rechargeable), so I'm certainly hopeful.
    The V10R-T6 is rated at up to 460 lumens with a 16430, gets warm pretty quick though. Nice to have the option to crank it up when needed.
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    I wonder how many trits it will take to fill up that that clip slot?

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    about time a real clip (them clip on ones #@@#%! *&$%)

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    Yep updated titanium clip is something I'm looking forward to as well. Solidly screwed in.


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    I have waiting for this one for a while. The light OP reflector looks like the one used in my V10R Ti2. It looks like I will have something to compare to my Eagletac D25C mini Ti XM-L U2.
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    This looks like it'll make a good key chain light!

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    I just placed a preorder for the M11R at Light Junction. Store ETA 3/10/12.

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    No color option.... Nah

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    They should have tan and natural. Dark gray isn't available from SWM for about another week.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flight_Deck View Post
    As to higher output with an RCR123A, they still rate V10R at 210 lumens with an acceptable voltage range of 0.9 to 4.2 volts, exactly the same as the M11R specs are claiming (and we know how the V10R rocks with a rechargeable), so I'm certainly hopeful.

    The M11R XML-U2 is rated:
    180 lumens with a CR123
    230 lumens with a RCR123

    The V10R XML-T6 is rated:
    160 lumens with a CR123
    460 lumens with a RCR123

    The M10R XML-T6 is rated:
    160 lumens with a CR123
    210 lumens with a RCR123

    The V10R XPG-R5 is rated:
    210 lumens with a CR123/RCR123.


    The V10R listing on Sunwayman's website is for the XPG-R5.
    They don't have the V10R XML-T6 listed on their website.
    However, the specs are printed on the front of the box,
    and are also listed on any of the retailers websites.

    "Up to 460 lumens when use 1*16340"


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    All the V-T6 series lights are rated 400+ lumens with one lithium rechargeable by the way (not for long).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ualnosaj View Post
    All the V-T6 series lights are rated 400+ lumens with one lithium rechargeable by the way (not for long).

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    Any rough estimate on when the new ones are coming out?
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    Wow! Very cute & small light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HIDblue View Post
    Any rough estimate on when the new ones are coming out?
    It will likely be more than 2-3 weeks. The next to come are colorful lights... If I can't say more.


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    say more! say more! it'll help us get our wallets ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizjif View Post
    say more! say more! it'll help us get our wallets ready
    Well it's already been "out" except now in colors -- and is head-to-head against the E01. If you still don't know then really, not a CPFer are ya? On the plus side, your wallet will barely feel a ding compared to the M11R and what's to come!

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    Very interesting looking light here. I actually think the compact size and lack of a tailcap switch might be a plus in my book for an EDC light.

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    I'm still on the fence about this one. It's a neat light but seems a little big for keychain carry versus my Draco and the V10R fits the bill for pocket carry just fine for me. Trying to convince myself I'd find a use for it. (not that usefulness ever stopped me from buying a light before) I did preorder the V10R Ti+ and AA extender though. That one will take over as my EDC light from the V10R-T6.
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    I like the tan, but I'm not sure I need a control ring if it isn't variable output. I kinda prefer click switches, and am moving away from twisties because most of them have been tough to one-hand.
    Does anybody know if Sunwayman is going to offer neutral tints? I don't do cool white anymore.
    Otherwise, I was just about to preorder a V10R Ti+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjswarbrick View Post
    I like the tan, but I'm not sure I need a control ring if it isn't variable output. I kinda prefer click switches, and am moving away from twisties because most of them have been tough to one-hand.
    Does anybody know if Sunwayman is going to offer neutral tints? I don't do cool white anymore.
    Otherwise, I was just about to preorder a V10R Ti+.
    I hope they do some more neutrals but I'm not holding my breath, If they do I'll buy another V10R Ti+ and sell the cool white. The control ring on V10's is plenty smooth enough for one hand use, I haven't tried an M series though and the M11's are shorter than the V10's.
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    Will the new V11 be brighter than the V10, more than 500 lumens or will it be an update of UI/features?

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    V11 will be brighter.


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