I recall running a test on the Maratac also and found the data:
On medium mode I found the Maratac to start dimming around 3 hours 40 minutes, while the Worm starts dimming right at 4 hours. Looks closer to 9% shorter.
91 lumens for 40 minutes is much more in line with what I expected. Thanks for the graph.
If anybody has one of these things, an Android device and a desire to make graphs without having to take manual readings every few minutes, there's an app for that.
Thank you both for the replies...
sbslider, which type of battery was utilized for the runtime... Eneloop Pro?
Maratac AAA Rev 3, AAA Cu Rev 4 ][ Lumintop Tool Ti, Worm SS, IYP365 ][ L3 Illumination L11C ][ Fenix E05, LD12 ][ Olight S2, i3E EOS
standard eneloops. I have the white ones and some green ones that I found in the recycled battery pile . . . They seem to work just as well as the white ones I purchased. I don't recall which ones I used for my test, but I do recall I did it twice and go the same result twice. The test I ran twice was to run the worm and Maratac both powered by eneloops (mixture if whites and greens) on medium until I could observe with my eyes a dimming of light. I don't have a meter, but I will likely investigate the app mentioned above for future tests. ..
Your fingers make the EO1 beam look purple : )
The tint of the E01 is blueish.
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