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    Default Looking for info on new AA lights

    I keep watching for the new Sunwayman V10A and the Nitecore D11.3,, maybe. Anyone have info on potential new versions of these?
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    Default Re: Looking for info on new AA lights

    I've heard that the V10A is getting the XML chips, but don't expect a huge increase in output unless you use Li ion batteries.

    I'd say if you like a flashlight then just buy it. I still use my lights with the XRE emitters, which I bought over 3-4 years ago, and it's still bright enough for the tasks I need them.

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    Default Re: Looking for info on new AA lights

    V10a has the xml LEDs already. Perhaps he is interested in information about a possible v11a?

    Here is the link to goinggear.com with v10a with xml: http://goinggear.com/flashlights/fla...lashlight.html

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    Default Re: Looking for info on new AA lights

    Quote Originally Posted by tonkem View Post
    Perhaps he is interested in information about a possible v11a?
    Since there's an AA adapter for the V11R, I'm not sure SWM would see the need for a V11A. I wouldn't mind being wrong about that, though.
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    I think that may be the case, with the extender, they won't make a v10A because the V10R can be both. I already own this, and had the Nitecore, but returned it because it was malfunctioning. The Nitecore was such a small sized light, I'd like to purchase it again some day.
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    Default Re: Looking for info on new AA lights

    The JetBeam RRT-0 XML might appeal to you as well.

    Using a battery tube extender it can take AA or CR123 (the Li ion versions of those better sizes)

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