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    Dont pop it!!!

    cool pic NL , awesome stuff
    Should be in a safe

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    Question on these crazy lumen output mods on the TK75, does this at all change the stance of the TK75vnQ70 being the PERFECT version of TK75? Maybe it still is due to decent run time in turbo, and maybe these lumen beasts are more like specialty light?? But like Vinh always says why buy a lower lumen light for better runtime when you can get the same lumens on a medium setting PLUS the crazy output on high!! So having said that would TKvn75Q70 not be the perfect model anymore? SO many versions, may as well try to get the perfect one.

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    "Perfect" is matter of perspective and preference. Brightness, throw, heat, runtime, price, size, quality, ease of use, aesthetics, safety... And I'm sure I'm missing a few other adjectives, all play a role in what each of us consider a "perfect" flashlight.
    Imagine you owned every flavor of the tk75vn vinh ever made. Which one would you reach for every time? If you can answer that, there's your perfect light :-)

    If I were asked that, my answer would be, "every time for what?"

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    Alien invasion.

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    The TK75vnQ70 has a reflector. Therefore it has throw plus lumens. These mules have a lot more lumen, but less throw.

    Of course if Vinh keeps adding emitters, they will still throw based on brute strength! LOL
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    That's one of the things I love about the TK75vnQ70. You get around 16,000-15,000 lumens of flood but with also well over 100K lux. Nice tint and well focused beam by Vinh too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    The TK75vnQ70 has a reflector. Therefore it has throw plus lumens. These mules have a lot more lumen, but less throw.

    Of course if Vinh keeps adding emitters, they will still throw based on brute strength! LOL
    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    That's one of the things I love about the TK75vnQ70. You get around 16,000-15,000 lumens of flood but with also well over 100K lux. Nice tint and well focused beam by Vinh too!
    Thats why i ordered tk75vnq70 diffuse dome 6500k last week.. ( you can add extender too), which is a plus for me in this high power light..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offgridled View Post
    Should be in a safe
    Quote Originally Posted by ven View Post
    Dont pop it!!!

    cool pic NL , awesome stuff
    yes. The light is inside the fenix original plastic carrying case..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlumen View Post
    Thats why i ordered tk75vnq70 diffuse dome 6500k last week.. ( you can add extender too), which is a plus for me in this high power light..
    But on Sky Lumen site it says;

    Use Single Carrier Only. Do not use the extended runtime kit ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offgridled View Post
    Should be in a safe
    Quote Originally Posted by ven View Post
    Dont pop it!!!

    cool pic NL , awesome stuff
    Quote Originally Posted by BeastFlashlight View Post
    But on Sky Lumen site it says;

    Use Single Carrier Only. Do not use the extended runtime kit ???
    I am exchanging email wiith vinh.. i want to run extended runtime kit with the tk75vnq70.

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    This is a good video of vinh's tk75vnq70 latest iteration.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cJG6HMakD_U

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newlumen View Post
    This is a good video of vinh's tk75vnq70 latest iteration.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cJG6HMakD_U
    That is so crazy bright!!

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    I see a few posts about the Fenix TK75vnX2Q70. I shall chime in.

    The Fenix TK75vnX2Q70 undiffused dome is one of my top three actual used lights. Short/medium range, floody enough, but not excessively floody to the point of sacrificing reasonable range, four XHP70 instead of three, larger diameter reflector wells and deeper reflector wells than found in smaller lights, non-crinkly reflectors, the light is not too large/not to heavy: All things that I like.

    In additional to actual use, I also wield this light in one hand, and the X65 in my other hand when I go on my night time walk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richbuff View Post
    I see a few posts about the Fenix TK75vnX2Q70. I shall chime in.

    The Fenix TK75vnX2Q70 undiffused dome is one of my top three actual used lights. Short/medium range, floody enough, but not excessively floody to the point of sacrificing reasonable range, four XHP70 instead of three, larger diameter reflector wells and deeper reflector wells than found in smaller lights, non-crinkly reflectors, the light is not too large/not to heavy: All things that I like.

    In additional to actual use, I also wield this light in one hand, and the X65 in my other hand when I go on my night time walk.
    You are definetly turning night Into day

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbuff View Post
    I also wield this light in one hand, and the X65 in my other hand when I go on my night time walk.
    Where are these night time walks? A TK75vnQ70 in one hand and an X65 in another, you got some nice scenery around you to shine on these walks?

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    What is/was the difference between the TK75vnQ70 and the TK75vnX2Q70
    Last edited by lstmichel; Yesterday at 11:34 PM.

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    Can you guys imagine turning on a 24,000 lumen, 500k cd (I have no idea) light and pointing it at someone's (my neighbor's) house? I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    Can you guys imagine turning on a 24,000 lumen, 500k cd (I have no idea) light and pointing it at someone's (my neighbor's) house? I can.
    It doesn't even take practice or a steady hand and it's so much fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstmichel View Post
    What is/was the difference between the TK75vnQ70 and the TK75vnX2Q70
    The second one has an x2 in its title?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Offgridled View Post
    It doesn't even take practice or a steady hand and it's so much fun
    Yeah it ain't like dedoming 24 xpl pdt in less than 12 minutes with a rusty razor blade is it. I don't even know what I just wrote just then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    The second one has an x2 in its title?
    yes I saw that in a thread once awhile ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstmichel View Post
    yes I saw that in a thread once awhile ago
    Maybe it means it has 8 70s. Or maybe the X2 denotes that it has Driver VNX2. Or maybe it comes with the extender. Or maybe Vinh just wanted to mess with our heads.

    Vinh that was mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lstmichel View Post
    What is/was the difference between the TK75vnQ70 and the TK75vnX2Q70
    Driver Vn, instead of the original stock factory driver.

    Where are these night time walks?
    North central Arizona, mile high, hilly country. Long range views. In my neighborhood, small and medium size lights have their place for short and medium distance use, but the countryside screams the need for the highest performing lights.
    Acebeam K70vn and EC50vn and X65Vn. Eagletac SX25L3 MT-G2 and MX25L4CvnT DriverVNX2 XP-L pdt. Fenix TK75vnX2Q70 dome on. Foursevens MMU-X3. Niwalker MM15 and MM15MBvnSpec1. Noctigon Meteor M43vn XP-L pdtc. Olight S2 Baton. Thrunite TN36UTvn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    The second one has an x2 in its title?
    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    Maybe it means it has 8 70s. Or maybe the X2 denotes that it has Driver VNX2. Or maybe it comes with the extender. Or maybe Vinh just wanted to mess with our heads.

    Vinh that was mean.
    LMAO - ok well I am waiting for the RC40vn770 as opposed to one the TK75vnXXYYZZ varients

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbuff View Post
    North central Arizona, mile high, hilly country. Long range views. In my neighborhood, small and medium size lights have their place for short and medium distance use, but the countryside screams the need for the highest performing lights.
    Prescott area? I was in Yarnell for a time - before the fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbuff View Post
    Driver Vn, instead of the original stock factory driver.
    My TK75vnQ70 has Driver VNX2, so I'm guessing the TK75VNX2Q70 is Vinh's original name for it but Bella talked him into shortening the title.

    Here's how the conversation went.... "bark... bark bark". "But I like it that way". "bark". "Ok then".

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    Crap I forgot to add the names behind the quotes. That'll be confusing.

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    K.R.A.P.

    I recently purchased an Imalent DT70 (4-XHP70 - 16,000lm claimed) . it just failed tonight. (It was a china purchase so good luck with warranty)
    Since we don't yet know when the RC40vn770 will be available - so I guess to consider the TK75vnQ70 sooner rather than later.

    after all I NEED a 4 x XHP70

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimmer21 View Post
    Crap I forgot to add the names behind the quotes. That'll be confusing.
    Well you don't have a dog and bark yourself, as my Dad used to say when I was working with him and had an "apprentice" job that needed doing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbuff View Post
    North central Arizona, mile high, hilly country. Long range views. In my neighborhood, small and medium size lights have their place for short and medium distance use, but the countryside screams the need for the highest performing lights.
    Yeah I had a feeling you had some seriously nice scenes because that sounded very excessive for a night walk passed row homes lol.

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